-tfner John Thoma's saloon, 6G W. '
$6tlL Both negroes.
Jo Alberta, 4, 1927 W. Ohio, dead,
K Infantile paralysis. Three new cases
r,4 disease reported. Total 34.
Anthony Biezelast, 2931 N. bacra
mento av , and V. G. Lianz, 2935 N.
Sacramento, injured when motor
cycle hit auto. Biezelasts back
John Clowacki, arrested as Police
man Bror Johnson murder suspect,
admits petty crimes, but denies two
charges of murder.
Policemen save 150 horses from
bam of Dominick Marubio, 1246
lyor Indicates he will revoke the
-Ot any iouna selling ice ai
pSeue of $3,000,000 for more
shes being considered by the
ial parks commission.
First III. fiield artillery needs 400
recruits to put it on war footing.
At request of Health Comm'r Rob
ertson, State street stores agreed to
furnish 15 nurses for baby ewlfare
work during hot weather.
Miss Esther Hoose, 18, missing
since Jan. 13 from home, 5216 Lake
Park av., found in Buffalo, victim of
aphasia. Now romps with doll, act
ing and thinks as girl of 4.
Dr. H. J. Haiselden's report of bad
conditions at Lincoln state school all
wrong, says Mrs. Gertrude Howe
Britton, who has just finished inves
tigation. Police drag lake for body of May
Kralinbry, 18, 3515 W. 58th, who'was
merely asleep on beach near where
clothes were found.
Survey of Chicago morons begun
today under direction of Rockefeller
John King, escaped convict, taken
after gun battle with police when
Harry Carney, Prudential Fire Ins.
Co., telephoned four men were fol
As a campaign issue, Harrison
Dunne Democrats are asking that
ganitary district complete its work
and consolidate with the Chicago
Auto of Mrs. E. S. Mack, 2613
Hampden ct., recovered by police 15
minutes after it had been stolen.
Argo village all worked up over
appearance in cemetery at night of
coffin containing body of man and
its as sudden disappearance.
Receiver for old, Midway Gardens
have settled all claims in full except
for wages. Has $1,072 left to pay
wage claims totaling $8,221.
Serg't Henry Austin, hospital
corps, Second infantry, returned
from Ft. Sam Houston to bury wife.
Will return to post after funeral,
CHANGE G. O. P. STATIONERY
TO PLAY SAFE GAME
New York, Aug. 1. If you re
ceived a letter from the managers of
Chas. E. Hughes' presidential can
didacy written on stationery on
which is embossed "Republican Na
tional Committee, No. 511 Fifth av.,
New York City," tear the letter up,
for it isnt official.
Why? Well, after the stationery
had been in use for a few days some
friends of Mr. Hughes suggested that
the stationery be destroyed and a
new batch ordered bearing this cap
tion: "Republican National Commit
tee, No. 2 West Forty-Third St, New
This suggestion was followed after
Mr. Hughes' friend had explained:
"Everybody outside of New York,
and a good many in the city, asso
ciate Fifth av. with the silk-stocking
element Fifth avenue conveys the
idea of opulence and millionaires.
You might just as well put the head
quarters at Broad and Wall sts."
But the No. 2 West 43d st. en
trance to the New Postal Life bldg.
at 511 Fifth av. is not used by the
public. Only supplies for the office
building are delivered there
In the days of Solomon there were
houses ten stories high.
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