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MEAN OL' DETECTIVES BREAK
UP THEIR WOODS ROMANCE
' The wild gave Its call and Peter
Gunn desponded. Along with him he
took Clara Parsons. They went into
the woods and lived.
Peter is 17, Clara 14. Both are or
phans. Clara lived with her aunt,
Mrs. Mary McGregor, 2828 Wilcox.
Peter lived with his uncle, Alex Gunn,
I 314 S. Francisco av.
: The two have lived in the woods
hack of- La Grange since June 28.
Their only shelter was a blanket and
a tree. The cloth of both were in
tatters when detectives discovered
them last night, rolled in the blanket,
asleep in each others' arms.
- When Peter had told his story at
the Warren av. station the police de
cided to hold him. The girl was sent
to the juvenile detention home.
- PASSED IN LAWSON CASE
' Wilkesbarre, Pa., July 14. De
claring that John R. Lawson, convict
ed of killing Mine Guard John Nimmo
during Colorado mine strike, was vic
tim of a conspiracy, denunciatory
resolutions were adopted by Parson
local, United Mine Workers of Amer
ica. John P. White, national presi
dent of the union, personally dic
tated the testimonial and presented
it to the miners, by whom it was
unanimously adopted. The resolu
tion will be acted upon by the 150,
000 anthracite mine workers.
REPORT ANTI-GREEK OUTRAGES
Athens, July 14. Reports of anti
Greek outrages committed by Turks,
particularly in small interior villages,
aroused intense indignation here.
Many Gree kinhabitants of Armaki,
Ryzicos and Marmora reported to
have been tortured because they re
fuse dto embrace Islamism. Thirty
thousand Greeks said to have been
expelled from Musselman villages and
their homes plundered. Greek con
suls will investigate.
WRIGHT SAYS THE U. S. NEEDS
New York, July 14. Fleet of 2,000
aeroplanes should be maintained by
army in times of peace, according to
Orville Wright, famous inventor of
air machines, who was to leave New
York today for his Dayton, O., home.
Wright repeated that he would gladly
act on the naval advisory board with
Thomas A. Edison and others well
known in the fields of invention and
TY COBB SUED FOR $2,432
New York, July 14. Ty Cobb, ball
player, is made defendant in suit for
$2,432 filed In Bupreme court here by
Guaranty Trust Co., which is han
dling assets of bankrupt S. H. P. Pell
brokerage firm. The bill alleges Cobb
lost amount in 1913 and 1914 in deal
ing in cotton on margin.
CORRECT AND MORE
Visitor (sampling Belfast stout
with evident appreciation) Really,
this is splendid stuff. They say it is
both meat and drink.
Workman (interrupting) Sure,
an' it's roight ye are, sor; an if ye
take plenty av it, it'll foind ye lodg
ings, too. London Punch.
New York 8-months-oId baby is
being treated in Metropolitan hospital
as a "dope." Physicians say child's
system is ful lof heroin, received from
its mother, an inveterate user of drug.
Philadelphia. While 150 employes
of the Philadelphia Electric Co. were
gathered at banquet incandescent
lights went out "Feed" was finished
with smelly kerosene lamps.
Ann Arbor, Mich. Automobiling
and fast living do more to shorten the
lives of business mentthan booze and
cigarettes, Dr. J. H. Carstens of De
troit told delegates to medical convention.
Oak Forest physicians met to re
port on investigation to find person
who spread typhoid fever.