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cago day postponed by Eastland dis
aster. Sen. Lawrence Y. Sherman to boom
his presidential boom. Then goes to
B. S. Cable, pres. United Charities,
killed in auto accident, Ipswich, Mass.
Munda Rosin, 16, 3401 S. Racine,
and Jennie Bronich, 16, 2248 W. 25th,
believed to have eloped with Prank
Peterson and Rob't Bocchura.
Frank Olson, 2308 W. Adams, found
wife and baby missing when he re
turned from work.
State's Att'y Hoyne's coat stolen
Insane persons and imbecile chil
dren will be removed from Oak For
200 veteran police marched to fu
neral of "Big Bill" Egan, convicted
detective sergt Two autos filled with
State demands death penalty for
Russell Pethick, who murdered Mrs.
Ella Coppersmith and little child.
Almost 500 diphtheria carriers have
been discovered in Chicago public
H. U. Mudge resigned as receiver-
for Rock Island lines.
Chas. B. Munday, accused banker,
lost first point in trial at Morris when
he could not gain continuance.
THREE AMERICANS KILLED
Washington, Sept 28. Three
Americans killed and score wounded
was total casualty list up to today of
U. S. peace efforts in Haiti. About
100 Haitians have been killed and
twice as manywounded, it is estimat
ed, since U. S. landed marines and
bluejackets two months ago.
Reports today from Admiral Caper
ton show sniping is continuing, but
cacos, or rebels, reported to be sub
mitting to disarmament about Cape
Haitian except few small bands under
insurgent chiefs In the north, how
ever, considerable force, was said to
Lots of '"literature is. only litter.
WEARSBA'TtL'E'.RlNC.': MADE OF
'' "SHRAPNEL- '
Miss Mary Goodrich Read and Like
ness of Unique Ring.
Los Angeles," Cal. A ring fash
ioned from aluminum obtained from
a projectile, which has for' a setting
a replica of the German iron cross,
is the valued possession of Miss Mary
Read, a talented Los Angeles girl
It was', made by a German soldier
while at'the front.
Miss Read recently returned from.
Belgium, bringing with herthe finger
ornament which is shown in the pic
ture. Tt is probably the only one o
its kkfd;tis- side of the Atlantic