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be used to construct hard roatjfe.'
Cfountry townahit'by ruling.
Selis Calak, Winnetka, annoyed by
hen. Killed it. Pined $7.50.
Pupils' of Forestville School held
peace parade. 1,200 .children in line.
George Such arraigned 'for con
tributing o delinquency of his five
children, cried "Ah, Ha! to live with
Mrs. Such is to degenerate," Sent to
pychopatic laboratory for examina
tion. Howard L. Browning, Evanston,
held for alleged embezzlement. Said
to have passed-checks on Northern
Charge against Dr. O, 8. Funk
houser, 619 S. Crawford st dismiss
ed. Was accused of mistreating Mrs.
Theresa Karner, 1520 W..18th pL,
Nelson D. Pratt, general manager
Grand Crossing Track Cp., dead.
Body -of unidentified man, 50,
found in pilot of L. S. & M. S. en
gine. Boston flyer .struck buggy be
tween Elkhart find Chicago.
Varmon Dannis, 18 months old,
12047 S. Wallace st., killed hy I. C.
Clara Burton, 16, 827 S. Austin av.,
missing since May 14th.
"A Leaf From the Past" rejected
by movie censors. Blackmail and
robbery scenes cause.
Two injured and score badly
shaken when Belmont av. car was
wrecked. Pin holding body of car
ta fropt trucks broke.
Samuel R. Hahn, Fort Wayne, Ind.,
arrested for alleged forgery. Passed
$17,000 check on Hamilton National
Bank, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Members of Joyce Episcopal
Churcbbocked by cutouts made by
movie censors. String of unconnect
ed scenes of violence shown without
Mr. and Mrs. George J. LeBeau,
222 Leclaire av., remarried on 25th
anniversary. Three priests partici
pated in marriage,
Ringling Bros, deny merger with
Hagenback & Wallace Shows. Chi
cago agent -says they will vx join.
$10,009,000 circus combine.
Federal control of "dfvorce planned
by Presbyterian Assembly. Congress
to be appealed to,
Mrs. Bashive Sagot, 752 S. Leavitt
St., went to Emanuel Mandel Free
Dispensary for treatment. Thief
grabbed bag. $270 gone.
Mayor Harrison filed personal tax
schedule of $11,526.94. Rodger Sul
livan valued personal property at $4,
000. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, 1149
Washington blvd., suicided. Gas.,,
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HAT DO YOU MEAN "JACK OF
' ALL TRADES?"
Roger Giles, whose intentions were
better than his performances, was
the first jack of all trades, andhe
proved to be master of none. Roger,
who lived in London in Elizabethan
days, opened a shop and advertised
to all the town that he was ready U
sell cordials, teach riding, trim Iadiesvv
nails, improve people's morals, teach
the "shotish," sell tripe and do a
great many other things all for a
'small fee. His patrons soon found
out that he could do nothing welL f
So London dubbed him "jack of all
trades and master of none," and peo
ple of his kind have been called that
ever since. -
Some very .noticeable improve
ments are being made by the Rev. C. I
A. Tuttle about the M. E. parsonage '
lawn and gardens. Stumps and dead '
trees are being removed and severahs ((
shade and fruit trees and shrubbery
will be planted in their place.' The
agricultural and horticultural fea
tures of these premises have been
neglected for several years. -Lyons-Cor.
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Emilio Rabasa, chairman of Hu
erta's peace delegates, is talking of
Huerta's elimination with a buoy
ancy that indicates that Emilio may
reside in Canada-for some time.