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Wash., office of Burt3 Detective 1
agency. 14-year-old niece told of
seeing him with another woman.
Cy De Vry, boss of Lincoln Park
, "Aunt" Eliza Ellison, aged recluse,
missing from 4544 Cottage Grove av.
Twenty-five children, from 3 to 16
IF VSOro lrl mnntiillo Ml onnf V Tin-
JWWO U1U, lUGllKAllJT ill, DCULltU A-MiA"
coin state hospital
Bread in Aurora remains at 5 cts.
Eight persons, four ofthem chil
dren, rescued in fire at 2T)12 String.
Dr. Arthur Schuettler, son of First
Deputy Schuettler, married to Ma
Mrs. Anna Shepherd, 1703, Jack
son blvd., wife ,of M. G. Shepherd,
missing for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ward Hipcher,
1415 Estes av., killed when auto
turned turtle near Hammond, Ind.
Lloyd McKibbon, 17, Joliet, con
fessed borrowing neighbor's auto.
Sentenced to attend Sunday school
for one year.
Arbitration delayed in threatened
Northwestern. Univ. co-eds will not
be allowed to attend Northwestern
Indiana football game at Blooming
ton, Nov. 4.
State W. C. T. U. opened conven
tion at Joliet Planning fight for a
Judge Thomson refused to take
Herbert Sandberg, 17, from his bride,
Mrs. Myra Morrison Sandberg, also
TOMAN SAYS "WHY NOT GIVE
FISHER THE CITY HALL?"
"Why don't we give him the City
Trail?" nalrorl A 11 TfiVi-n TVimnn at
y yesterday's meeting of the council
transportation committee when
Walter Fisher's name as special trac
tion counsel came up.
"How many payrolls is that gen
tleman on?" asked Toman. "So far
he is on the gas committee's pay
roll and also on the mayors."
Fisher's service in the Automatic
phone case, where his J5j700 fee
failed to gain a solution of the legal
tangle, was cited.
Aid. Capitain, chairman, was
asked what Fisher charges for his
"legal services" and replied the
charge is $100 a day for inside work
and $150 a day for outside work." It
was explained that if Fisher has to
puxSh his hat and coat andJeave his
office, then it's outside work and
costs 50 per cent more. v
Traction and subway report won't
be made public until Dec. 1. It is
put off one month because it's a big
job and will show how to straighten
Chicago's traction tangle for many
Bion J. Arnold, president board of
supervising engineers and president
of Elgin & Belvidere interurban rail
way, is head of the commission. The
other two members are New York
ers, one of them formerly on the pay
roll of the New York Interborough.
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HEY! YOU QUICK THINKERS!
GIVE THIS THE.ONCE OVER
How is your head tonight? Could
you pass this test given students of
the commerce and administration
classes of the Univ. of Chicago.
Tell in 25 seconds which of the
following sentences are logical and
correct and which are not: .
On his helmet waved a missing
He was 70 years old jalnd looked
twice his age.
Two adversaries were "placed at an
equal distance from each other.
Mrs. James put on her evening
gown and went down to find the
breakfast table deserted.
I screamed in silent rage.
Freshmen are not tb wear soft col
lars and cuffs on their trousers.
A woman said that she had no
children and that her mother was
afflicted the same way.
Washington. Great Britain has
offered to pay for legitimate losses
sustained by American firms whose
mail is held up hy British censors.