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strong in favor of granting it a li
cense. Wm. Ellis, editor Searchlight
Magazine, waited exactly one year
after divorce, then wedded Miss Lena
Socialist party filed its state ticket
at Springfield yesterday.
Sidney Walton, 190 E. Chestnut,
captured live German carp weighing
45 pounds bathing near Calvary
cemetery. Says fish tried to bite his
Ass'n of Commerce to purchase
several thousand "comfort kits" for
Chicago soldiers on border.
Patrolman J. F. Boyle, Desplaines
st. station, up before trial board on
charge of drinking in saloon while
in uniform and on duty. Decision
Chicago packers and British gov
ernment reach agreement regarding
cargo of Maracas, seized enroute to
Grandson born to Gov. Dunne at
his Springfield mansion. Mrs. Wm.
J. Corboy, Chicago, the mother.
J. K. Stewart, pres. Stewart-War-ner
Speedometer Co., left two wills
to $5,000,000 estate. One filed in
Chicago, the other in New York. May
Dean Shailer Mathews, U. of C. di
vinity school, says armed occupa
tion of border and Mexico interven
tion is reconcilable with Christian
beliefs and teachings.
Chicago Red Cross caring for 486
soldiers' families. Lacks $4,500 to
attain desired $250,000 fund.
Beach lifeguards reorganized to
promote greater safety. Guards will
be given special instructions in
swimming and difficult lifesaving.
Anton Schermeng, 1430 Wash
burn e av., left house burning to ap
pear as witness in naturalization
court. House badly damaged.
Wilson & Co. yesterday succeeded
Sulzberger & Sons Co. New com
pany is $30,000,000 concern.
British flags on side of trains car
rying Canadian Knights of Pythias 1
to Portland, Ore., aroused ire of Ger
Wireless station will probably be
established on new city pier. Rep
resentative of Marconi Co. has sub
mitted proposal to board.
Judge Scully to meet state board
of administration to discuss advisa
bility of state taking over psycho- Q
Bill filed to restrain sanitary board
from building bridges or viaducts
over main channel of drainage canal.
Chicago Surface Lines praents
10,000 fr.ee tickets to the poor so
they ca nget to the lake.
Coroner's office and police inves
tigating death of Mrs. Sophie Nie
tusky, 8836 Exchange av., from al
leged illegal operation.
THREE DROWNED WEDNESDAY
Three persons were drowned while
swimming yesterday two in Evans
ton and one in Chicago. They were:
Marjorie Weston, co-ed at North
western . Drowned in water eight
feet deep at foot of Lee street in Ev
anston. Albert Rogers, Westminster apts.,
an expeit swimmer. Drowned at foot
of Keeney street when he was ren
dered unconscious by dive.
Willard Lindenthal, 7, 1368 E.
54th. Slipped and fell from the Ev
erett beach at 54th street.
Alfred Lindberg, 1261 Ardmore
av., who injured his head while div
ing at Thorndale beach Monday, died
Mrs. Edward B. Walsh, 4214 Low
ell av., saved from drowning by four
lifeguards at Clarendon municipal
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RAILWAY MEN FAVOR STRIKE QJ'
St Louis, Mo., July 27. Between
90 and 95 per cent of Missouri mem
bers of four railway brotherhoods
are in favor of a strike.
Brotherhood officials of St. Louis
district are preparing ballots for de
livery to brotherhood headquarters
in New York.