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er believes his wife, from whom he is
separated, may have taken her.
Fire caused $20,700 damage to 4
story brick building at 510-12 S.
Frederick George Smith, Western
manager McClave, Brooks & Co., ac
cused of bigamy in bill for divorce
Five alleged poker players arrested
in raid ats4191 S. Halsted st. Chas.
S. Wharton booked as keeper.
Robert Cade, wanted in connec
tion with murder of Benny Holstein,
said to be in Valparaiso, Ind.
William Eggleston, 24, 4305 Oak
enwald av., rescued from drowning
at foot of E. 43d st. by George
Stroner, his roommate.
Cardinal Gibbons, who was in Chi
cago yesterday, dropped hint that
Archbishop Quigley may soon be car
dinal. A. M. Leach, San Francisco man
who spent three years in Mexico, was
in Chicago yesterday. Says actual
anarchy exist in Mexico.
Joseph Buda . probably fatally
burned by molten metal at Iroquois
Iron Company shops, E. 95th st. and
Building department has begun
checking up all billboards.
Alma Meyter, telephone operator
Whiting Exchange, stuck to her post
and worked when fire attacked build
ing. Lindsay A. Woodward, whose cross
country auto trip with, Mrs. Ruth
Graham was ended in GrinneU, la.,
when his wife had them arrested,
claims trip was perfectly proper.
Butts legislative committee will
go to Ottumwa, la., Sunday to get in
formation concerning alleged graft in
voting machine deal.
Judge Cooper's special grand jury
about ready to "return more vote
Commissioner of Public Works Mc
Gann will soon ask bids for new
Lake street bridge.
, Dr. Jack J. Moses, 603 Halsted st.;
Dr, Paul Ackerman, American Hos
pital, and Spiros Gianbadakis, 701
Blue Island av., held to grand jury in
connection with death of Mrs. Cath
erine Madelopodo, 701 Blue Island
av., from illegal operation.
County Board voted to allow Board
of Review $15,000 to complete tax
Hyman Iglowitz, 543 W. 14th pi.,
found in alley at rear of home with
fractured skull. Police investigating.
Nellie Cameron, actress, arrested
by Policewomen Butler and Wilson,
E. Chicago av. station, on disorderly
charge, freed by Judge Rafferty.
Associate Professor Votaw, Univer
sity of Chicago, says study of Bible
is unnecessary for moral develop
ment of young.
Ira M. Hall, 7, 6824 S. Aberdeen st., '
badly bruised by, auto owned and
driven by G. G. Sloane, 111 E- 49th st.
Civil Service commission' will not
give out names of tn$h who are mark
ing policemen's examination papers.
Afraid of influence being used.
"Some dogs are more intelligent
than their masters."
"Yes, I've got a dog like that!" t