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STUDENTS TO HAVE THEIR OWN
INSTITUTE NIX ON LOEB
Jacob Loeb can go jump in the lake
bo far as Chicago Hebrew Institute
students are concerned. They are not
going to stand for Loeb running the
institute the way he has.
The 400 students who struck at
Hebrew Institute because Loeb, its
president, would not permit free
speech are going to start an institute
of their own. They met last night to
talk things over denounce Loeb and
lay plans for the new institute.
The building for the new institute
has been decided upon, but its loca
tion will not be made known until the
lease is signed. It is understood to
be in the vicinity of Ashland and Tay
A ball will be given at West Side
Auditorium Saturday night for the
benefit of the new institute.
IT'S TOO BLAME HOT TO CLOSE
UP BATHING BEACHES
Yesterday was the hottest day Chi
cago has experienced since 1914, but
being the first day of winter the city
bathing beaches were shut tight
During th afternoon hundreds of peo
ple were turned away from the mu
nicipal beaches at Jackson and Lin
coln parks. i
A thermometer at Wilson beach
showed the water was 78 degrees.
The bathing season has apparently
just opened. The weather man says
the hot spell will last for several days.
"I've ben reading an article on elec
tricity, John," said the wife, as she
laid down a copy of a technical mag
azine which she had been perusing,
"and it appears before long well be
able to get pretty nearly everything
we want just by touching a button."
"It will never pay here," growled
the husband. "You would never be
able to get anything in that way."
"Why not, John?"
"Because nothing on earth would
ever make you touch a button. Look
at my shirt J" Philadelphia Ledger.
BELIEVE SPY CAUSED FIRE ON
New York, Sept 14. Theory that
Fabre liner Sant' Anna, carrying
1,703 Italian reservists, was set afire
by a spy was strengthened today by
additional information reaching the
Fabre line offices here.
The fire, it was learned, started in
the baggage of third-class passengers
just before midnight Sunday night,
spread quickly and raged violently
for seven hours before it was gotten
Policemen Claus and Noeick, Town
Hall station, fought gun battle with
three men who held up Frank Borck,
Police found underclothing with
stab cuts and blood in alley rear 943
Mrs. Clara M. Fulton, 34, 732 Grace,
dead from scalds receiyed when she
slipped in bathtub of boiling water.
Henry Ford for president is plan
secretly discussed by free lance Illi
A GOOD REASON
"Did you read that mad dog story
in the newspaper?"
"No but I heard it wag very