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' Gairdner, St Martin's Episcopal
church, Austin, and Anna Stearns.
Mrs. Albert Schoonfeld, 3546 54th
ct, rescued 2-year-old child when
fire damaged home.
Jac. Abrahams, bondsman, brought
hack from Reno, Nev., to face seri
Wilbur Glenn Voliva and other
Zionites coming to "reclaim" Chi
cago. Lake Forest cjtizens threaten to
use axe on billboards.
Milk Drivers' union to send 29 dele
gates to I1L Fed. of Labor conven
E. H. Michaels, treas. City Coal &
Coke Co., indicted by grand jury on
Thos. J. Powers, 4117 Washington
blvd., Democratic politician, dead.
Nine autos stolen yesterday.
Two men held up Louis Sader,
3927 W. 13th, chauffeur Yellow Taxi
Co. Got $30.
Twenty-five guests of West hotel,.
802 W. Madison, in panic when fire
broke out. Lighted cigarette cause.
Daniel Driscoll, Glen Ellyn, killed
when train hit auto.
Police searching for tw men who
struck and fatally injured Louis Han
ke, 2114 Thomas.
Five armed men robbed saloons of
Stanley Bertkus, 4622 S. -Western
av.; Matt BrodowsW, 4622 S. Ashlamd
av., and Geo Mitchell, 458 E 39th.
Steamship Ohio, owned by Great
Lakes Dredge & Do'ck Co., pounded
on the rocks off Indiana Harbor dur
ing a storm. One man drowned; two
Coaf may go to $11 a ton this winter.
$3,400,000 FOR PLEASURE'
Bathing beaches, swimming pools,
neighborhood Centers and play
grounds will have $3,400,000 spent
on them the next year if a bond issue
proposal that passed the council
finance committee yesterday gets by
the voters' referendum.
WOMAN WHO SHOT THREE IN A
J s &Q' &Q
Mad infatuation for Jos. C. Gra
veur of New York caused Mrs. Har
ry Belzer to shoot and kill him, se
riously .wound Mrs. Jos. Le Due of
Chicago, who was at a Philadelphia
hotel with Graveur, and end her own
life with a bullet Mrs. Belzer is said
to have been a cast-off sweetheart o
Joseph Le Due, Michigan av. hab
erdasher, whose wife was shot in the .
Philadelphia hotel shooting that re
sulted in the death of Jos. Graveur
and Mrs. Henry Belzer, clings to his
belief that his wife wa innocent of
wrongful relations with Graveur.
Mrs. Le Due's nephew, who resides in
Philadelphia, said the wounded wom.
an intended returning to his home-