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wo women from fire 523 W. 46th pL
Jl saved by firemen.
Mrs. Laura R. Frazeur, 1130 Far
well av., school teacher, climbed Mt
Shuksan in Cascade range.
Second fire in last few weeks at
tacked 4-story bldg. at 206 S. State.
Police suspect incendiarism.
Henry Ford and Rosika Schwim
mer will attend Ford day at Speed
way park, Sept 4.
Judge Cooper gave Dr. J. B. Klein
haus divorce from Mrs. Hazel Klein
Haus. - Twelve tenants of Conway bldg.
want injunction to compel Hotel Bre
voort to stop 140-foot chimney smok
ing. Warden Zimmer plans to abolish
shackles at Joliet prison.
Sebastian Krugj 6742 Prairie av.,
wrecking contractor, found dead in
home. Heart disease.
Chas. Ffrench, late school board
member, left estate of $35,000 to
dispute over leaky sun-parlor
W. M. Cummer, 7737 Eastlake av.,
had landlord, Simeon Swanson, ar
rested. Freed in court.
Police chased W. T. Brace, 2478 W.
Adams, for blocks in taxi thinking he
was auto thief. Found he was driv
ing own car.
S. P. Tananevicz, owner of sav
ings bank at 3253 S. Morgan, looking
for persons who circulated report his
bank was insolvent
All Hungarian banks in Chicago
will probably consolidate.
Owners of Ford cars in Indiana,
Illinois and Wisconsin will have ex
clusive use of Maywood Speedway
Labor day for series of champion
FIGHT SHOCKS Y. M. C. A.
on. Leonarl Bdach, 68, was the of
fender. He tried breaking an um
brella over the head of Harry Brodie,
house detective. As a result, Roach
slept last night in the South Clark
NEAR DEATH FROM THOUSAND
Pine Brook, N. J.f Aug. 25. Poi
soned by stings of thousands of mos
quitoes and narrowly rescued from
a terrible death, two Brooklyn school
teachers; Catherine Novette and
Caroline Meyer, and Adolph Good
man of Caldwell, N. J., are in a crit
ical condition. Were marooned on
swampy island in the Passaic when
WOMAN HONORED BY NATIONAL
A drunken scrap in a Y. M. .C. A.
hotel! Can you imagine it, my dear?
But the fight really occurred, and,
-according to the police who invaded
ihe new Y. M. C. A. hotel for the
first time since Its erection, at leas.t
one of the participants had a. "bun"
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MRS- ROSE D.BITTMAN
Mrs. Rittman of Chicago has been
appointed president of the president's
section of National Fraternal Con
gress of America. She is high chief
ranger of the Women's Catholic Or
der of Foresters, and originator of
till WnTrmn'c flnfhnlir "Pri-rnctora'
participants had 4 "bun" 1 club