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000 worth of watches from' Burling
ton Watch Co.
f About 43 per cent of mail handled.
1n Chicago is wrongly addressed.
Costs postofflce $85,000 extra each
month to get it straightened.
Mrs. Minnie Waldman, suing for di
vorce, says she last 30 pounds in 47
A. W. Shaw, publisher, Winnetka,
b "left suitcases in auto while he went
9 -In office. Thieves got them; $1,500
worth of 'stuff.
Jewelry and clothing worth $600
taken from W. M. Blair, 4830 Drexel
- Chicago shippers fighting proposed
advance of 2 cents per 100 pounds on
agricultural implements to Missouri
Tiver points. "
Chas. Czalonka, free thought ora
tor, fined $500 for having dynamite
In possession. Is held in $2,500 bond
Rep. Madden wants to maintain
civilian military school at Ft Sher
idan year, around.
Volunteers of America home, 1325
W. Randolph, burned. $5,000 loss.
Women court reporters barred from
getting work in probate court threat
en to have Clerk J. A. Cervenka in
vestigated by state's attorney. Say
Cervenka blacklists lawyers who do
not use "official" court stenographer.
Mrs. Fred Ott, 38, childless, released
husband from marriage vow that he
might wed'Miss Effie Hoyles, 22, who
expects visit from stork. "This, -girl
has more life ahead of her than i,"
said Mrs. Ott, "so let her have him."
John Guild, 2647 Florence ,av
killed by autd driven by Arthur Lar
vine,'.1920'S. Troy f ""
RofcJRby Ricketts, art dealer, di
u vorced'by wife.
Three youths stole car of Dr. E. O.
Gable, 1329 W. Garfield, then held up
E. J. Korlovsky's drug store, 1841 W.
59th. ' '
Lieut. Phil Katz, son and two detec
tives tried to get Harry Greenfield
across state Jin e atKenosha. Chased
N across themselyesibyKenosha poHge. 1
Greenfield accused, otjumping.$l,000
bond Kate posted for him.'
Black "stockings will be dangerous
to wear this winter,' says PashionArt
league, because there is little fast dye
left in America.
Mrs. Ralph Brumbaugh, 4133 Drex
el blvd., changed suit for separate
maintenance .to one' for divorce that
husband may be able to marry Mar
garet Schuetzel and give her three
children a name.
SORRY HE WROTE "I DIDNT
RAISE MY BOY TO BE A SOLDIER"
New York. Even though it is prob
ably the most, popular, songhe has
ever written and despite the fact that
it has "brought him an 'immense roy
alty, Alfred Bryan is sorry he "wrote,
"I Didn'fRaise My Boy"toBea Sol
dier."; -"' c
Though-Bryan "at first.defended the.
militarism, he now says: '" ' ,
"I would -rather cut1 off' my right
arm than be the author of a song that
holds 'my country up to ridicule." ' '
An"' optimist thinks .the times are
ripe the pessimist :think's tfiey 'are
rotten! " :-