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shop, 3130 S. State. Attempted
holdup charged by Cohen.
Chas. H. Sergei, pres.-elect'of sani- J
tary board, will return all contribu
tions to his campaign fund.
Sam Billes, investigator for Chi
cago Law and Order league, beaten
by crowd near "Nick and Fred's sa
loon," Niles township.
Chas. Lichtenbereer, broker, 1316
N. Dearborn, died in auto in front of
1429 N. Clark. Heart trouble.
.Inrlcrp (Virllpv intimatflrf hf wntilri
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divorce Mrs. Ethel Webster Mc
Mahon from Wm. J. McMahon.
Andrew D. Howeli; 83, 2128 Clifton
av., 50 years on city payroll, has re
tired. Recent job has been bridge
tender. Mrs. Harry Gordon Selfridge de
nied report that husbandliad bought
Bishop Chas. E. Cheney, 80, who
died yesterday after 56 years in
church service, will be buried Sun
day. Chas. Schwiesow, wealthy Monee,
HI., land owner, sued for $50,000 by
Frank Knox, 21st ward politician.
Charges alienation of wife's affec
tions. ' Mrs. Hazel Kurth granted divorce
and $500 alimony. Cruelty.
Jack Netterville, 32, 1650 Warren
av., fined $200 and given year in
Bridewell for knowingly marrying
Mrs. Ellen Kelly, wife of another. She
was held to grand jury for bigamy.
Walter S. Krenz, 3210 Arthington
av., given divorce. Wife left him.
Margaret Stillwell, Anderson, Ind.,
student at Chicago Univ., died of ty
Policeman Jas. H. Sloan to face
trial board because he drove auto in
Twenty junk dealers involved in
state's attys probe of shotweight
ing. Coach Stagg, Chicago "U," elect
ed life member of Alumni club.
Otto Nelson, alleged owner of dis
orderly resort at 503 Wells, given un,
Jtti Dec. 14 to close place. Florence
Norris, 14, said she spent five nights
there with different men.
Corp. Counsel Ettelson says he
won't take city pay while sitting in
Jos. Mazur, 1831 Evergreen, and
Att'y Frank Golniewicz held to grand
jury for perjury growing out df real
BATTLE OF LAb"oR FOR EIGHT
HOUR DAY GROWS WARM
The battle of labor for the eight
hour day for railroad men tightened
today as union heads conferred with
U. S. Att'y Clyne in Chicago on the
court defense of the Adamson law.
This was the answer of labor to
the suits filed by every railroad in
the country to put the law out of
business on the plea that it was un
constitutional R. E. Kennedy, representing the
engineers of the Chicago Great
Western R. R., and Frank Andrews,
from the firemen of the same road,
were ainqng the officials who talked
with Clyne yesterday. ,
REAL SIGN OF PROSPERITY
One real sign of (prosperity came
yesterday when Dr. W. K. Murray of
the health department reported that
lodging houses, which shelter jobless,
are less than half full. The first snap
of cold weather usually fills them.
The municipal woodpile is growing
big because there are no workless
men to cut the wood for food and a
bed. The answer given all along the
line is that jobs are plentifuL
PLENTY OF EGGS IN STORAGE
While people are paying "very fan
cy" prices for eggs, there are at least -32,400,000
of the hen fruit stored
away in the rooms of the Chicago
Cold Storage warehouse at 1401 S.
An investigation made by Dr. John
Dill Robertson, commissioner of
health, turned up these figures. He
will tell it to Aid. Pretzel's council
health committee today,