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THE TROPICAL RIVERS
GIVE BATHERS THE
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FAT ON YOUR HIDE.
IN SUBMARINE FASHION,
OUR BATHERS WENT
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IN UNDER, AND
LANDED A RIDE.
LA SALLE STREET BANK TO PAY
70 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
The La Salle Street Trust & Sav
ings bank will eventually pay at least
70 per cent of the claims against it,
providing litigation is favorable.
Depositors of this Wra. C. Lorimer
bank which went to the wall forced
by big La Salle street banks to die
because they feared a rival, says Lor
imer will get a dividend of 25 per
cent, Aug. 14. This will be the first
payment made to them.
John F. Jelke, pres. of- the Jelke
oleomargerine corporation, yesterday
mailed to Receiver Niblack a check
Xor $25,006.95, his share of the 100
per cent assessment authorized
against the bank's- stockholders by
Judge Frederick Smith.
WANTS PIER -AUDITORIUM FOR
PUBLIC HEALTH TALKS
Health Com'r John Dill Robertson
will ask the harbor board for permis
sion to use the auditorium on the
municipal pier for occasional free-to-the-public
"We have several experienced lec
turers," said Dr. Robertson. "We
could tell the people so that they
could understand of the dangers
against health which they should
avoid, of the proper care of infauU
and many other things."