roe st Phosphorus and gasoline
found. Joseph Cohen and Louis
Levin, heads of cloak company oc
cupying place, out of town.
George Weston, city representative
on board of supervising engineers,
will be removed TSy-mayor. Harrison
would also oust BionT. Arnold, chair
man of committee.
Serums and vaccines termed vacui
ties and scoffs by Dr. B. A. Taylor be
fore Illinois Homeopathic Medical
Ass'n. Modern rush and hurry con
demned by physicians.
Bank statements to assessors
claimed too low. Placed lower valua
tion on stocks and bonds than private
individuals. Pullman Co. scheduled.
New $3,000,000 County Hospital
may be opened July 4.
A. A. McCormick, president of
County Board, vetoed Commissioner
Frank Ragen's three-weeksvacatlon
bill. Claims he doesn't telieve in giv
ing employes too much rest.
Father John Kolodzejcik and Dr,
Joseph Tomaszewski, managjggs of.
SL Anthonv's Home for OmcJn&
deny spending funds on drink. tore
accused of contributing to delin
quency of Anna Kehle, 13, and hold
ing drinking parties.
Six new stamps received at post
office. Denominations, 7, 9, 12, 30
and 79 cents.
Miss Anna Ross felt sorry for Leo
Lorenzo, out of work. Stole suit of
clothes from Harry Joseph to help'
him. Discharged by Judge Hill on
return of suit
Confession of Fritz Baum led police
to ercover $1,400 jewelry stolen from
Charles G. Dwes, Evanston. Six ar-.
rested in connection with robbery.
Government granted rehearing in
Jack Johnson white slave case. Will
endeavor to show sentence of pugilist
is not' excessixe.
Fred Riemass, 18, 4427 N. Colin
av., timekeeper Blome-Siflek Com
panylonged for high life. $10 a week
not enough. Padded time rolL Be
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