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Is his housekeeper. Discharged by
Mrs. Frances Lillie, Miss Ellen
Gates Starr and other clubwomen
who did picket duty with striikg
garment workers testifying before
grand jury about sluggings.
Armenio Onesti, 16, who married
14-year-old girl, to air marital trou
bles in court. Tried to get his wife
and says father-in-law shot at him.
Anthony Pasch, 842 Cambridge
av., arrested when he drove wife and
children from home in night clothes.
Police took up collection for them.
Annie Sandusky tried to Jump into
lake with 5-months'-old baby.
Brought here from Kansas City by
Jesse Murdock and deserted
Lieut Jas. Larkin, detective bu
reau, took squad of men and went
out and pinched five men. Carrying
false keys and lock picks.
Mystery surrounding shooting of
Rose Huber, office girl, for Dr. Jas.
Roach, still unsolved.
Evanston city hall employes stirred
over rumor of appointment of negro
Lincoln park zoo cost $42,000 to
ieea last year.
EARLY LOOP FIRE DESTROYS
A $100,000 fire destroyed a seven
story building at 121-125 N. Wabash
av., early this morning and filled the
loop with acrid smoke.
For a time the blaze was beyond
control and threatened other struc
tures, but 200 firemen, working in re
lays, prevented it from spreading. A
shoe store and a florist occupy the
first floor and the fire is believed to
have started in the second floor, in
the kitchen of the Ontray Lunch club.
The fire boat Graeme Stewart aid
ed the twenty engines on the scene
by supplying water for three leads of
Thq tons of water poured into the
burning structure has frozen and it
will be days before the wreckage is
T HEALTH EXPERT WHO WARNS
U. S. AGAINST KISSES
He's assistant surgeon general of
the United States and he's sounded a
warning to the nation to quit kissing
while the grip epidemic exists.
CITY MAY LOSE $540,000 BY
STREET CAR STRIKE
Chicago gets 55 per cent of all the
profits of the Chicago Railways Co.
and because the company refused to
arbitrate and let their carmen go on
strike last summer the city stands to
lose $540,000. It is estimated that
the amount to be turned over to the
city comptroller this year will be only
$2,017,985. The payoff is in April.
Traction experts have valued the
property of the traction company as
being worth under $30,000,00. They
get back approximately $2,000,000 on
their investment, a pretty fair divi
dend. But they want more.
The company doesn't know just
how much money they did lose when
the cars stopped running for three
days, but they estimate a large
amount They also claim that the
raises granted the men will amount
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