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liott, 4609 Calumet av. Says they
objected to her as daughter-in-law.
Wm. Rooney found not guilty of
murder of Joseph Cooney, killed
May, 1916, in Hodcarriers' hall.
Sir Gilbert Parker, in Chicago, op
timistic over allies' chances in war.
Says German submarine war will
Lieut R. L. Stevens, chief naval
recruiting officer, wants permission
to arm his aids Fears fanatics, he
Mabel Adams conducting class of
15 would-be war nurses, under au
spices of Navy league.
Johnnie Bradu and Chas. Trareu,
each 12, reported lost Feb. 7, found
in Dixon, III. Had run away.
Jos. Haller, 21, 822 E. 89th pi., ar
rested on charge of assaulting wom
en on South Side.
Armed policewomen searching Ev
anston for man who has been an
People of 14 nationalities gathered
in Jones school, 607 Plymouth ct,
and sang American songs.
Naval recruiting offices, 130 N.
5th av., to be enlarged.
Military training class opened at
,M. L. Buckley, 162 W. Monroe,
submitted new style military airship
plans to navy dept.
474 applied for naturalization pa
Safeblowers entered Stewart Bros.,
8846 Commercial av.; Geo. Young's
store, two blocks distant, and E. A.
Lang & Co., 92d and Brandon av.;
West Park board accepted from
city that part of Austin necessary for
boulevard connecting 12th street
and North avenue.
Evelyn W. Peters, Thornton, says
Mrs. Lois Allen Peters deserted him
-in 1910. ,
Public Service Co. refused gas to
North Shore residents who wanted
to switch from North Shore Gas Co.
Stanley Rejholec, Frank and Chas.
Carr, 2207 N. Crawford av., and
Hugh Curran, 3658 Cortland, held to
grand jury Charged with stealing
from freight cars.
Judge Carpenter ordered federal
grand jury to investigate crooked
Judge Carpenter refused to appoint ,
ancillary receiver for Union Casual
ty Insurance Co.
Pearl Elwell wants divorce fr,om
Arthur T. Elwell, actor. Infidelity
Back pay totaling $75,000 will be
given election judges and clerks Sat
urday. Mrs. Florence P. Vosbrink, school
trustee, sued city for $2,000 damage.
Says she was hurt when auto struck
hole in pavement
MEXICAN RAIDERS KIDNAP
MORMONS ON BORDER
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 14. An inves
tigation of the raid of the Palomas
Land Co. ranch by a band of Mexi
cans under Prudencio Miranda is be
ing conducted today by U. S. army
authorities in this district.
According to reports reaching hare
cattle smugglers who have been op-erating-along
the New Mexico border
are held responsible for the raid. No
word has been received today of the
three Mormon ranchers reported kid
naped by the raiders. v
FOOD PRICES TO GO HIGHER
Robert J. Roulston, director of Mc
Neil & Higgins Co., says staple gro
ceries will break all records for high
prices in 1917. The biggest advance
will be in canned goods. He predicts
the advance on all groceries wjll av
erage 33 1-3 per cent.
Hinton Clabaugh, dep't of justice
agent, reconimended appointment of
food commission to curb price
boosting and control the dfstribution
of products in a report he sent to
Washington last night. In the re
port he is said to have censored the
Chicago Butter and Egg Board. Fed
eral grand jury actipn against food
hogs is considered a possibility.