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Pearson and Chestnut, for Quigley
Health Com'r Robertson says in
fantile paralysis epidemic is checked.
Saloons that were open last Sun-
LEADS FIGHT TO SAVE THE
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Burglars got $100 and gold watch
from room of John Bongers, 4203
Frank Lloyd Wright sued for
$1,300 by Ernest Wasmuth, Berlin.
Alleged photograph debt
Eugene Malloy, 830 W. 53d pi.,
killed by wagon.
Jacob Petersen, 11, dying Of frac
tured skull at German hospital. Po
lice can't find parents.
Louis Levy wants 10,000 damages
from Leopold Beck. Says Beck called
James M. Lee, justice of peace,
Rockdale, III, died suddenly. Heat.
Red Cross fund has names of 500
militiamen directors say should be
returned to families.
Thos. Cavasalis, 1197 Polk, lost
$800 to fake ranch owners.
Four Marx Bros., vaudevillians, ar
rested for scrap with 51st sL beach
United Celtic American societies
to give outing at Gaelic Park Sun
day. Relatives failed to break will of the
late W. H. Godair, which left $400,
000 for building of "Godair Memo
rial Old People's Home."
Det Serg't Harry E. Powers must
explain to Judge Landis why he owes
alleged $85 bill to Mrs. G. Thomp
son, 2032 W. 68th.
Anna Callbert, arrested on charge
of stealing clothes from employer,
Mrs. Hannah Green, 4536 Grand av.,
will be aided by clubwomen.
Harold J. Bryant and W. F. Green
wood, indicted in Florida Everglades
case, gave bonds of $10,000 each.
Jas. G. Moulton, art dealer, dead.
South Bend, Ind. In less than six
weeks 200 wheat straws of from 1
to 13 inches have grown out of two
sores on hand of Rosetta Irvin, 10. ,
Dr. Emerson, health commissioner
of New York, is the dominating figure
in the battle against infantile para
lysis which is taking the life of babies
at a rate of one an hour in New York
and spreading to other cities.
MILITIA MOVES ON ACCOUNT OF
San Antonio, Tex., July 18. Eight
thousand national guardsmen now
stationed at Laredo will be trans
ferred to other border points be
cause citizens of that place objected
to sanitary conditions in militia
Laredo citizens reported to Con
gressman Garner that conditions in
the camps are "horrible and intoler
able." Gen. Funston said he had not
heard of these conditions until La
redo citizens made the charge. He
saidjie could not have the troops in
"so horrible a place" and would move
them at once.
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