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discretions with another man. Two
Mrs. Nellie K. Hartwell, 1122 Byn
Mawr av., wants divorce from Roy
S. Hartwell. Cruelty charged.
Mayor and several aldermen for
mally dedicate new Clarendon beach.
Anton J. Cermak is recovering
from recent operation.
Aurora police seeking motorist
who ran down and killed L. Y. Scott,
retired lake captain, on Aurora-Elgin
Chas. Werner, Joliet convict, con
fessed to pardon board that he com
mitted robbery for which John Keat
ing is now serving sentence.
Paul Pape, 15, 753 De Koven st,
missing. Parents think he joined the
Harry Holder, car repairer, who
killed Bronislaw Talmont in Melrose
Park saloon fight, acquitted. Self
defense. Citizens to protest to city council
against delay in opening of Windsor
Park bathing beach.
Mrs. Marcelle 0. Thompson says
John K. Thompson, structural en
gineer, deserted her in 1913. Wants
Police looking for Thos. Matthew,
accused of skipping with $300 be
longing to Aug. Pixley, 312 E. 51st
DRAINAGE TRUSTEE DENIES
Health Commissioner Robertson's
charge that the sanitary board is re
sponsible for the backing up of sew
ers on the South Side, which may
result in a typhoid epidemic, is de
nied by members of the board. Rob
ertson said the board was using the
electric dynamo engines to manufac
ture electric power for private sale,
-instead of pumping the sewerage.
Drainage Trustee Thos. M. Sulli
van now comes back with a state
ment of complete denial and with
the charge that during the past 18
months the sale of water by private
companies has increased nearly 50
per cent Sullivan says: "It leads us
tc wonder whether the commissioner
has some interest in these private
companies." The board says here
is no typhoid danger if the, city's
chlorinating plant is" operated prop
erly. ROSENWALD PLANT TO HELP
Sears, Roebuck & Co. yesterday
followed the example of most of the
big firms of the city and agreed to
care for the families of soldiers off
for the front.
In a letter from Julius Rosenwald
and Albert Loeb, officials of the firm,
soldier boys from the Sears plant
were told not to worry.
The best feature was that the story
comes from Springfield. It was not
handed to the Chicago papers by
press agents for the corporation, as
in the case of other firms making the
WORKMAN WINS $25,000 SUIT
In spite of the heavy work of a
battery of high-priced corporation
lawyers, a workman injured in an
industriafaccident was given a ver
dict of $25,000 in Judge Chas. M.
Walker's courtroom yesterday. Woj
cish Stolarz was the working man.
In an explosion of molten iron at the
East Chicagoplant of the Interstate
Iron & Steel Co. he lost the sight of
one eye and practically lost the sight
of the other. Representatives of Big
Business are said to have viewed the
big verdict with alarm.
MARTINE ASKS WILSON TO SAVE
SIR ROGER CASEMENT
Washington, June 30. A request
that Pres. Wilson intervene to save
the life of Sir Roger Casement is
made in a resolution introduced in
the senate this afternoon by Martine
of New Jersey. The resolution was
referred to the senate foreign rela
tions committee, where Chairman
Stone promised it consideration at
the first meeting.