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time in three years on non-support
Sixty-five patients assisted in over
coming fire that threatened to de
stroy Dunning asylum. $12,000 loss.
Six children of Mr. and Mrs. Pat
rick Dowdies, 3822 Parnell av., oldest
being 11, found poorly clad and hun
i gry. Taken to police station. Pa
Barn No. -24, Union Stockyards &
Transit Co., destroyed by fire $75,000
Mrs. Katherine Sweeney and son,
John, 13, overcome by smoke in fire
at home, 740 E. 64th. Rescued.
Albert Levinson, mgr. Grand hotel,
1255 Madison, badly stabbed while
trying to prevent kidnapping of Lil
lian, 2, whose mother was guest at
hotel. Wm. Martin, child's father,
John Barry and Mark Sullivan
Michael Mohr, Stockholm hotel,
465 W. Chicago av., suicide. Gas.
Trouble with wife.
Ernest Olis, burglar, escaped from
Edwin T. Andrews, 1030 Byron,
and Mrs. Lillian Andrews, 1963 Maud
av., divorced recently, remarried yes
terday at Valparaiso, Ind.
Adams Krebs got divorce. Says
wife was cruel.
Ninth case of typhoid fever among
pupils of Englewood high school re
ported. Judge Landis named Central Trust
Co. receiver for Tananevicz Savings
People may get five books, fiction
or non-fiction, on one card at Chi
cago public library now.
Auto of Mabel Zimmer, daughter
of Warden Michael Zimmer, Joliet,
hit Matilda Jenco, 7, Joliet.
Att'y Michael B. Morris sued for
divorce by Mrs. Ida Morris, 906 In
dependence blvd. Cruelty charge.
Scott E. Davis, 4647 Dearborn, ne
gro, arrested on charge of stealing
purse of Elizabeth Hadden.
Mrs. Rosa Gearv. 905 R. Da How
blvd., granted divorce from M. J.
Geary, sentenced to Joliet for mur
der five years ago.
Judge Carpenter denied Att'y Jas.
R. Ward's motion for return of docu
ments in Edw. Morrison case im
pounded by Judge Landis.
Dorothy Collins, 1312 Argyle av.,
selected most beautiful amateur
PRESIDENT FAILS AT EFFORT
FOR POLISH RELIEF
Shadow Lawn, N. J., Oct. 17. Be
cause important differences still
exist between allies and central pow
ers under which supplies may be sent
to starving Poland, President Wilson
today announced he has not been
successful in inducing powers to
agree on definite settlement for per
mitting United States to ship relief
supplies into Poland.
The announcement follows:
"I have now received replies .from
the king of England, the president of
France, the emperor of Germany, the
emperor of Austria and the czar of
Russia to my letter of July 20, 1916,
in whidh 'I tendered the friendly
offices of this governriient in negotia
tions looking to a fresh consideration
of the possibility and method of re
lieving Poland. . It appears, I greatly
gret to say, that there are still im
portant differences between allies
and central powers as to the terms
under which relief supplies may be
sent to Poland. I am disappointed
that I have not yet been successful in
inducing the powers to conclude a
WEST ROLLS IN WEALTH
New York, Oct 17. Middle west is
rolling in prosperity and is much in
terested in presidential race and
prospects for peace, x according to
Pres. Frank A. Vanderlip of National
City bank, who returned from trip
o o v
New Haven. R. W. Kelly, New
York, class '74, gave $125)00 toward
Yale university jilumni fund,