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was injured when she told newspaper
she discharged him in interview on
Unconfirmed reports about school
board appointments wandering
around city halL
HerbertSchoeller. 4, 1459 Glenlake
av., ran away all day. Played in sand
near new apartment building.
John R. Thompson to give $100
each to two men who each gave pint
of blood to save life of Adolph Doleys,
his general manager.
Ernest Wendell, 1805 Indiana av.,
fined $100 for extorting money from
wife of South Side business man.
John T. Fleming, ass't state's att'y,
who has been working for weeks on
police graft cases, collapsed. In
New wireless station at great lakes
naval training station to be opened
Capt of Detectives O'Brien says
his crusades are not spasmodic, as
charged by PostofQce Inspector
Hamilton park to be deprived of
statue of Alexander Hamilton. To go
to Grant park.
Evanston's new chief of police to
buy uniform. Will be first chief in
years to wear one.
Finance committee of school board
approved report of $24,000,000 in ex
penditures. Cy De Vry, head of Lincoln Park
zoo, raising 26 acres of crops for anf
mals on new-made land. "Some
South Haven Steamship Co. back
at old dock west of Clark st bridge.
Boats have been "homeless" because
of Eastland disaster.
Daughters of American Revolution
start important movement "Ameri
can styles for American girlB."
Mrs. Alma Lapp, daughter of John
Kranz, millionaire candy manufac
turer, granted divorce secretly. His
band fell in love with another on
Owners of Eastland petitioned
Judge Landis to appoint trustee for
hulk and limit liability to claims'
against vessel itself. Judge took the
matter under advisement
Burglars, threatening maid with a
revolver, robbed home of C. E. Clif
ton, Evanston, of $1,000 in jewels.
$50 conscience money taken by
school board into funds. Mailed to
Ella Flagg Young. No explanation.
Fire axes used when police gaided
gambling joint at Balckhawk and
Clybourn av. Fifty men captured.
Streams in Lake and McHenry
counties to be planted with 10,000
Stephen Corr held to grand jury i
charge of Mrs. Mattie Lightfoot,
Waukegan, who says he brought her
to Kenosha on promise of marriage
and Uved with her.
Two volunteer life guards caused
Lincoln Park commissioners to re
open Oak street beach to millionaires
for morning dip.
Mrs. Joseph Samuels charged es
tranged husband with having her ar
rested so he could get experience in
court He is studying Jaw. Signed
George Conrad bunked out of $700,
three years' saving, by handkerchief
Twelve directors of American The
atrical Hospital ass'n met at Hotel
Morrison to discuss series of benefits
Bond of Mrs. Frances Scardon
placed at $1,000 for sake of unborn
child. Caught burglarizing house.
South park commissioners holding
up plans of Dry Chicago Fed., which
wants to hold parade in loop on Chi
cago Day, Oct 9.
20,000,000 deficit of Rock Island
railroad being investigated by bureau
of Investigation, dep't of justice, in
Chicago. Grand jury probe next
Mrs. Louis Conrad says husband
she divorced three years ago now has
$300 monthly income. Wants ali
mony. Tramp offered to cut grass at home
of Mrs. John Creighton, 265KeystQn,
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