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Drowned when boat capsized in col
lision with scow.
Trade bodies have asked Mayor
Thompson to proclaim the first week
of August "Market Week." Will open
fall buying season they say.
Dim recollections of her experience
during the nine days she was missing
coming back to Grace Potter. Now
staying at Pullman residence.
County Treas. Stuckart says tax
sharks are going to reap harvest if
citizens don't pay their special as
sessments. Property can be sold for
unpaid assessments and sharks buy
Weeghman and Thompson res
taurants will not distribute any more
numbered chances on baseball
passes. Breaking law, say police.
Embezzlement proceedings against
Arthur J. Schmidt, 3821 N. Harding
av., dismissed when W. E. Holmes,
former employer, failed to appear.
Judge Landis continued the case
against Jos. Wilk, accusedas counter
feiter, for three months. Wilk has
Council finance committee consid
ering plan of making applicants at
municipal lodging house saw wood
Suit for $5,000 started against Por
ter, Fishback & Co., bankers, 76 W.
Monroe, by Sherbourne Earling,
broker, 140 S. Dearborn.
Question of standardizing viaducts
to conform with Chicago plan being
investigated by streets and alleys
Congratulations tendered State's
Att'y Hoyne by Citizen's ass'n for
successful prosecution of police graft
Three hundred, many girls, driven
from administration building of the
stockyards by fire result of crossed
Three boys arrested in auto of Miss
Ella Dean, 4739 Ingleside av., may be
given another chance. Cases con
tinued. Charging ordinance requiring lath
pnd plaster above metal ceiling un
reasonable, L. J. B. Hartman, 531
Cass st, suing for permit to build.
Sprinkler broke .water plug at
Adams and Dearborn. Traffic stop-
ped by flow of water.
After sending children out to play
Mrs. Gertrude Bittwell drank formal- -
dehyde. Dead. ,
Stanley Stack and Harold Mortell
booked in charge of murder. Both
implicated in death of Banker John $
Mrs. Laura Brown, 2037 W. Adams,
told police that man, posing as a
plumbing inspector, insulted her. Po- f
lice probing. '
Fernando Tosi, 51st ct. and 14th, T
smothered to death when ton of terra "
cotta fell on him in Midland Terra
Cotta plant, Cicero.
"Say, Doc, what is the matter with.
my left foot?" tP
"Old age, I believe." "
"How do you figure that? My
right foot is perfectly sound and yet
it's the'same age as the left one.'"
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