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her. due-piece suit Won injunction
. i W. W. Wilson,1 Minneapolis, met 2
men inLincokrpark. $45 gone.
Lake.county refused to appropriate
moneyto pay constables patroling
quarantined hoof and mouth disease
- Red Cross to start mailing checks
to Eastland victims today.
Six criminals in Judge Burke's
.court agreed to take trime cures of
Ass'n of prificial Surgeons. Some
may be operated on.
, Alice Hedwall, 5, 6118 Stewart av.,
played with matches. Dead.
,. Vernon Castle, dancer, wore his
wife's wrist monkey while playing
pplp at Chicago Driving club yester
day. Judge Sabath wants cars which
have terminals in loop to be looped
to prevent them standing on tracks
and disturbing traffic.
'Andrew Seier wants divorce. Says
his wife didn't give him enough to
Country Life Director Orville T.
Bright says tomato crop is twice as
large as market can handle. Advises
housewives' to do lots of pickeling.
,BLAMES STANDARD OIL CO. FOR
HIS FAILURE HE'S DEAD
The Standard Oil Co., alias John D.
Rockefeller, has another death laid
at its door. Theodore B. Davis, driv
en from business, turned on the gas in
his home at 933 Sherman av., Evans
ton. The brief note left by Mr. Davis
told Of the attempts aof Standard Oil
Co. to discredit him in the oil busi
ness. A campaign of "knocking" and
price-cutting made his little oil firm's
profits small, it said. He faced fail
ure and chose death.
Davis rose . from the position of
chauffeur for a Chicago oil firm to
the head of his own business, the
Pensylvania Oil Co. of Evanston.
Once hig enough to warrant atten
tion..from the Standard and Davis1
trouble began, his note declared.-
THEM THAR SASSIETY COWS
ARE GREATIN' A STIR '
Once mqre are Mrs. Scott Durand's
"aassiety" ows in peril. They wfll
(figuratively) be brought into court
today at Woodstock when Att'y Gen,
P. J. Lucey and the state Jive stock
commission will ask that, the tem
porary, injunction against killing
them be set aside.
Lucey will argue that condemna
tion is in the interests of millions of
people. ,Robert-Ilesfor Mrs. Durand
and the cows will plead great value,
select cows and the Jnjury to cow so
ciety if the Crab Tree farm herd is
done away with.
LONDON BANKS CONFIDENT
OF -ALLIES' LOAN
London, Sept 18. Representatives
of big London banking house's today
declared they are confident of suc
cess of allies' billion-dollar loan In
America, regardless of John D. Rock
efeller's statement to the United
Press-that he would not give his sup
port They displayed the greatest in
terests the Jtockefellerstatemeati
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