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co use more than 250,000 cubic feet
of water a minute, limit made by sen
Wanda Huba, 4, 8701 Escanaba
av., lost Was guest of police, South
Chicago station. Time of her life.
Police looking for W. A. Sartain,
Gibson City, supposed to be in Chi-
p cago with $10,000 and in hands of
! Albert Doeing, 12, 1830 Bissell,
missing since Tuesday, believed
Gov. Dunne ordered extradition of
Guy Biddinger, Burns detective who
is wanted here on mary charges. De
tectives left for New York to bring
him here to face trial.
On eve of appearance in federal
court as complaining witness in a
white slave case, Mrs. Esther Ander
son, 2255 South Park av., found un
conscious by roadside. Beaten and
thrown from auto.
Mrs. Ella Solde has not left home
at 2725 Iowa for 7 years. Made grave
charges against neighbors. . To be
examined for sanity.
Monday Grand av. cars will run to
foot of incline of municipal pier.
Erick Lange, 17, 4342 N. Kostner,
disappeared same time, as Dorothy
Roche, 16, 4051 N. Kildare. Were
schoolmates. Parents wonder at co
incidence. Madge Kennedy swallowed bichlb
i ride of mercury at Jackson olvd. and
Wabash av. lastnight Believed ca
I baret singer. -
i Sixty-two phone girls volunteered
to march in suffrage parade.
Doctors having hard time to get
right kind of blood to use in trans
fusion to Rev. Joseph Avann, suffer-
0 ing from grip.
George J. Cooke, Jr., son of mil
lionaire brewer, taken home by fa
ther. Arrested for clipping girl's hair.
City bathing beaches will not open
till we have a hot day, sup't of small
When Paul Schoop's saloon license
! was revoked, Grand av. and Cass, he
1 .vent into soft drink business. Cus
tomers quit when police kept con
stant watch for "sticks" in the pop.
Schoop has closed up.
North Central Bus. District ass'n
out strong for blvd. link.
Frank Schultz, engineer for Stand
ard Oil Co. in Whiting, disappeared
in woods near Wolf lake.
Richard Roberts' body found in
river. Face battered and back brok
en. Believed murdered. Lived at
ORPET-LAMBERT TRAGEDY IN
Providence, R. I., June 1. Bea
trice Walter, 19, was found dead early
today, bullet wound in her breast, and
James O'Brien, with whom she had
been walking early in the evening, is
Circumstances mysteriously like
those of the Lambert tragedy at
Lake Forest, 111., surround the death,
of Walter girl, for O'Brien, returning
to her father's home today, reported
that she had shot herself.
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DECLARATIONS THAT HAVE
KILLED PEACE HOPES
Premier Asquith of England: "The
German chancellor's last speech
failed to indicate that Germany is
prepared to consider peace terms
safeguarding the interests of the al
lies." Count Tisza, Hungarian premier,
in United Press intern ew: "So long
as the responsible statesmen of Eng
land and France think as they speak;
there is no chance of peace."
Premier Briand of France: "ThereS
can be no peace until the allies have
won decisive victory."
President Rodzianko of the Rus
sian duma in United Press interview:
"Russia will continue the fight until
Germany puts her cannon in a pile
and accepts the allies' terms."
German high officials in United!
Press Berlin dispatches: "There is
little chance for peace until the allies
try their offensive and find Germany