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S. State, put her out and pinched
arm -when she refused to sit next to
negro. Steinberg arrested.
Furniture in moving van of Jack
son Express Co. caught fire. Small
damage, ' . ,
Mayor again praised Mike" Faherty
for 12th st widening progress.
Arthur Bowen, 4516 Magnolia av.,
cartoonist, tried suicide. Bichloride
of mercury.' May live. Financial
Ex-Aid. Bergen showed new anti
smoke device to council health com
mittee. Robt. H. Eberle, att'y. had head
clipped and half of mustache shaved.
Bet on Hughes.
Adamson eight-hour law cases
turneikover to Judge Landis.
Oscar F. Mayer reported to be Car
ter Harrison's candidate for mayor.
Mrs. Gertrude Kremer, inmate of
Dunning asylum, awarded $5,000 ver
dict against city. Fall on bad side
walk affected mind.
Motorcycle Policeman John Kenny,
4054 Colorado av., died of injuries
received Nov. 11 when auto hit his
Mrs. Jennie T. Thomas filed separ
ation suit against Wm. R. Thomas.
Says he prefers more stylish wife.
Have three children.
E. C. Bastain, J. H. Belt and Geo.
J. Gilboss, Indiana Harbor trainmen,
killed when engine backed into them.
Six patrons say they were beaten
without cause by waiters in Windsor
cafe, Clark and Division.
Giles Baker and "Happy" Tobin,
Indiana Harbor, killed by Chas. Ba
ker. Latter arrested.
Henry Boerner, saloonkeeper, 163
E. Austin av., has taken Sunday clos
ing law to HL supreme court 1
' Chicago Title & Trust Co. elected
trustee by creditors of defunct pri
vate banks of W. H. Paisley & Sons.
John VT. O'Leary nominated for re
election as head of Ass'n of Com
Rev. Clarence O. Booth, "radical"
pastor of First Baptist church, She-J
boygan, Wis., asked to resign by
ft John C. Lavich and Henry Lee kill
ed by train in Indiana Harbor.
J. Adam, Indiana Harbor, dead.
Two hundred sanitary district jobs
put under civil service.
Louis Erb, 58, gave testimony
against Mrs. Elivra Stiles in auto
thieves' case yesterday.
Elmer I. Carlquist died. Scratched
hand with piece of glass Nov. 12.
a W. H. Brown, mgr. City New Bif
reau, charged, with criminal libel by
Judge Olson, to be tried Saturday.
Chicago legislators to unite, on
home rule plan.
GOV'T GRABS "PURE BUTTER"
OF MORRIS & CO. -
The big packing house of Morris
& Co. has spent millions of dollars in
advertising the purity of its products.
The trust press has helped them
spread this impression among the
people, bothfthrough the me'dium of
paid advertisements and free space
given Nelson Morris as a "come-on"
for further columns of advertising.
But evidently the U. S. gov't does
not take much stock in the expen
sive advertising of the packers. Yes
terday Deputy U. S. Marshals Mau
rice Klein and Tom Sheehan raided
the cold storage plant of Morris &
Co. in the stockyards and seized
2,000 pounds of huter, which is listed
among Morris' advertised "pure food
The raid aroused interest Inquiry
was made at the U. S. marshal's of
fice. If. brought out the information
that a charge had been filed that the
butter was .adulterated and not the
"pure" product that Morris & Co.
boast of. The "butter" was shipped
to Morris from the Abrahams Fur &
Produce Co., Green Bay, Wis.
Kansas City, Mo. Federal agente
arrested man who admits he voted
37 times election day. Says lota
more casfc-40 ballots.