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what goes on in Harry JMdir's place.
Moir is a member of Illinois Man
ufacturers' ass'n. He was"jprosecuted
by State Factory Inspector Nelson
last year on charges of obstructing
inspectors. He is a member of Res
taurant Keepers' ass'n and was ac
tive against the waitresses' union.
John D. Rockefeller gave up $25,000 (of his time) the other day just td
meet Billy Sunday, champipn evangelist, in Lakewood, N. J. "It's a great
work you're doing," saicflohn D. to Sunday. "He's a great old man," said
Sunday of John D. "He's not like the stories you hear about him. He's
Chicago Hebrews planning to give
their share of $5,000,00 fund asked
for relief of Jewish sufferers in the
war zone. " . .
In suggestion, for fighting,the grip
epidemic, state'' board of Health urges
isolation pf-those- afflictedi-with g?p.
Chicago Surface Lines aDDroDria-
ates $250,000 to be used in improv
ing ventilation of cars by installing
Frank Murech45, farm hand, was
found frozen to death on road. Wore
neither overcoat nor underclothes.