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Schreiber, 2423 S. Racine, where he
Ceo. Lill, 70, 5053 Sheridan rd.,
pres. coal company, civil war veteran,
. wedded Miss Charlotte Dalton in
j Insurance company holding up the
payment of $12,500 to Midway Gar
dens until it can investigate robbery
v in which that amount was lost
Playing soldier, Peter Miss, 5, stab
. bed Christina Craiak, .5, 140 155th
' pi., with glass splinter. Dead.
Labor leaders indicted by federal
t grand jury for alleged illegal restraint
of trade argue before Judge Landis
"' that there is no proof of conspiracy.
Bert Clarke, comedian "Maid in
America," found dictagraphsconceal
. ed in his room and in that of a show
" girl. Wife says she didn't do it
John Clark, 751 Sebor, told police
'he was chauffeur for auto crew which
held up dozen saloonkeepers on West
"" Side Sunday morning.
' John Drzerska, saloonkeeper, 1710
. Pullerton, cashed six checks for la-J
- borers, thinking them employed on
neighborhood buildings. Out $104:-
Mrs. Mamie Arkins, 27, 5656 Lake
Park av., dead. Alleged illegal opera
:'tion. Died before she could divulge
' name of physician.
Frank Graves, found shot in his
garage, Thursday, carried $260,000
"life insurance, payable even in case
of suicide. Police know no motive
for either murder or suicide.
"Copy methods of "the- trusts in
" conducting your churches and you
wwill have greater success," Rev. H. C.
Herring, Boston, told Christian En
"deavorers. o o
g; HOLD-UP IN YELLOWSTONE
Livingston, Mont. July 10. Lone
highwayman with a rifle held up 100
''tourists in Yellowstone National park
in broad day light and made his es
'cape yesterday. Troops are search
ing for him. Among those who gave
up money and valuables were women
and children accompanying Shriners
enroute to Seattle convention, -
HARRIMAN TO MARRY GIRL HE
l UlWf Was.
William Averill Harriman, eldest
son of the late E. H. Harriman, is en
gaged to Miss Kitty Lanier Lawrence.
He met his bride-to-be when he res
cued her when she was thrown from
a horse in Central Park, New York.
SEBEN COME LEBEN $50
Larry Montgomery, who admitted
his occupatio nto be that of a crap
shooter, was fined $50 by Judge
Goodnow on a charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses.
Richard Knight, employment agent
inspector, received the complaints of
mothers who told how Montgomery
had obtained money from them to get
their boys jobs as Board of Trade
messengers and work in a factory.
Knight prosecuted him in court yes
terday. Montgomery was arrested while
hanging around a poolroom! .