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rested on charge of stealing from
Mrs. Rita Meyerovitz.
Peter Cunniff held to grand jury on
charge of bnnging dynamite into the
Jas. Traynor filed as Democratic
candidate tor governor.
Y. M. C. A. to give 52 lectures to
foreign youths in small parks.
Simmons Co., Kenosha, Wis., gave
4,000 free insurance policies to em
ployes. Webster H. Getman and wife, se
parated four years, "made up" in the
Wife of Prof. Robert L. Cunning,
Northwestern "U," says he treated
her "like dog." Named another
woman. Gunning arrested for wife
Five boys arrested when found liv
ing in cave at 1419 N. Clark. Police
say they're robbers.
Lee Palace, 2, Joliet, had fight with
rooster. Rooster pecked him on the
head. Boy in serious condition.
United Jewish ass'n will aid Jews
who wish to be U. S. citizens.
Open verdict in case of Jas. Millin,
drowned at Municipal pier.
Victor Vitromill, who stole rare
violin from Edward E. Morgan, held
to grand jury.
Municipal Judge John W. Beck
with took place on bench today.
Rumored Gov. Dunne will get place
on new federal farm loan board if he
retires from race for governor.
Frank Mattias, wanted by Clinton,
Iowa, police, believed in Chicago.
Smokes "heavy pipe."
Judge Julian Mack given $8,000
education fund to administer by
Harrison Democrats to name full
W. R. Stiles, postoffice official, his
wife and ten others hit by new in
dictments in connection with alleged
Eleven cases of infantile paralysis
W. R. Wilcox, Hughes manager,
denies Mayor Thompson fixed up a
plan for. Hughes to speak In Chicago
on Aug. 8.
A. Rosenshield, cooper, freed of
charges of being connected with
thefts from Canada Atlantic Trans
Local Democrats say Wilson will
lose 11,000 hyphenated votes in Chi
cago, but Bull Moosers will make
that up for him.
Anna Callebert, arrested for steal
ing from employer, given continu
ance. Clubwomen aiding her.
Alligator seen in lake at Winnetka.
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ARMY OFFICERS TO MAKE FINAL
TEST OF NOISELESS GUN
Final tests of the Albertson gun,
said to be powderless, noiseless,
springless and nonchemical, will be
made by army experts soon, accord
ing to Dr. Albert C. Albertson, in
ventor of the war-weapon for which
marvelous qualities have been
New York. Society in force at
Larchmont Yacht club showed many
novelties, including a pagoda parasol,
pet marmoset and a swimmer acting
like a fish,