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- Fire on 7 th and 8th floors of
Temple Court building at rush
hour last night. Occupants of
building carried out without pan
ic. Guests in Great Northern and
Welington hotels alarmed. Fled
to street. Damage, $40,000.
National Candy Co., Novelty
Candy Co., and Sethness Co.
charged in federal court with us
ing compound which included
Talc, tor powder marshniallows,
Pleaded not guilty. The talcum
"powder said to make marshmaIT
lows light and fluffy. x
Herman Davis, 17, whose,
mother had him arrested as' laz
iest boy in Chicago, turned over
to juvenile court. Said he did
nothing but sleep, eat and attend
picture shows. Regular "man
Countess Bollini della Predosa,
whose husband in Italy is said
to have a fortune of $500,000, se
cured order yesterday requiring
her daughter, an actress, to pay
$10 a week toward her support.
Council committee yesterday
adopted resolution asking gover
nor to call special legislative ses
sion to empower South Park
board to condemn land held by
riparian rights. This is- slap at
proposed trade of lake shore
lands between city and Illinois
Chicago Wireless association,
composed of amateur operators,
adopted resolution declaring for
no swearing by wireless.
This reminds of the telephone
scrap between Detective Burns
and the elder McGowan, of Lori
mer fame. Separated by several
miles, these two fire eaters-called
each other all kinds of liars.
Page Detective Michael Ryan
for the blind squad. His
pocket picked and watch stolen
in elevator in criminal courts
building. Six employes of state's
attorney's office and two strang
ers in car. Six not suspected.
R. G. Pole, 582 W. Ohio St.,
has sued Gatlin institute for $200
damages. Says they guaranteed
to cure him of liquor habit in
three, days, but he still has a
Eugene Schubert, 7, 7304 Rog
ers ave., injured last night hy
auto at N. Clark and Estes.
Driver of machine did not stop.
Charles Schmidt and Charles
Zimmer, South Chicago, struck
and killed by Pennsylvania
freight train last night at 103d st.
Ralph Ratke, 24, 1808 Walnot,
a city electrician, killed when
manhole cover he was trying to
loosen at Harrison street and
Western ave., was blown to
pieces by gas explosion. Struck
by piece of cover and chest
Mrs. Clark Benny yesterday
told Judge Fake 'that as there was
no city water within six blocks of
her'home she kept beer in the ice
box. She was accused of giving
workmen drinks, and taking tips
from them. Case continued.
No child ever gets to the age of
five without thinking he knows
how to improve the wall-paper.
Missouri statesmen are learn
ing to dance. It's a safe bet that
the public will pay the fiddler. -