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CHICAGO BEACH HOTEL WANTS
TO GRAB OFF PART OF LAKE
The Chicago Beach Hotel, which
wishes to operate that part of the
lake that bounds the hotel as a com
mercial proposition, fought for this
privilege yesterday at a conference
with Ass't Corporation Counsel Skin
ner, who is representing the city.
The city recently ordered the tear
ing down of a fence which the hotel
had built to keep the "undesirables"
out. Hence John Hately and Edwin
A. Potter, representing the hotel, are
The Chicago Beach Hotel, how
ever, is quite willing to let the "un
desirables" in if they pay so much
"They may talk about the 'city
beautiful' plan all they care to," said
Ass't Corporation Counsel Skinner,
"but what they want is a chance to
make money. They plan to charge
rates of from 10 to 50 cents. There
were 900 on the beach yesterday and
most of them would have been there
even if they had to pay."
RUSSIAN GIRL DISAPPOINTED IN
U. S. TAKES POISON
Sadly disappointed at her failure to
find the United States as it had been
represented to her, a young Russian
girl attempted suicide by poison
aboard an incoming Baltimore & Ohio
railroad train yesterday.
She was hurried to the County
Hospital from the depot, where she
remained conscious long enough to
give her name as Alexanderia Gad
mires. She may recover.
MUST PROVE DEAD MAN'S GUILT
New Haven, Conn., July 18. Al
though James Plew was hanged last
March for the murder of Wm. O.
Wakefield, the defense in the trial of
Mrs. Bessie Wakefield, charged with
complicity in the crime, must estab
lish Plew's guilt, according to the
ruling of Judge Reed, who declared
that the fact that Plew is dead does
not relieve the defense in establish
ing Plew's guilt in the efforts to clear
JUST EGGS, PLEASE
By Jim Manee. '
Into divorce court they must go, '
The story's sad but true.
It looks as if there'll be no more '
Of "ham an' eggs" for you.
Our friends, the eggs, are right all
But ham we'll kiss good-bye. i
We folks Just can't afford it when !
The prices are so high.
P. S. "Every morn they bring me
GAMES FOR TODAY
Chicago at Philadelphia (2 games).
Cleveland at Washington.
St. Louis at New York.
Detroit at Boston.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
New York at Pittsburgh.
Boston at Cincinnati.
Chicago at Kansas City.
Indianapolis at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
Baltimore at Buffalo.
The people who become deaf in.
middle fife are generally suffering
from the after-effects of colds which
have traveled from the nose to the
ears. Thickening of the ear-drum is
another cause of moderate deafness.
A MULTIPLYING HEN
Mrs. Brown is telling a chicken
story equal to any fish yarn we ever
heard. She set a hen with 13 eggs
and hatched out 18 cnickens.
Northport (Mich.) News Item.
Fair and cooler today. Tomorrow
fair. Moderate northerly winds.
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