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Cleaner Co.,for $280,000. Alleged
Sing Lee, Chinese laundry owner,
67th. and Halsted. fired five shots at
crowd of small boys after they had
broken window. Arrested.
Union League club called off its
usual great celebration of Washing
ton's birthday. Pres. Wilson unable
Bar Ass'n seeking to expose attor
neys practicing law in Cook county
who are not members.
Joseph Lloyd, 1500 Birchwood av.,
found guilty of wife abandonment
Suing another man for $50,000
charging alienation of wife's effec
tions. Police questioning story of Henry
R. Pontorno, banker, 154 W. 22d,
who said he was robbed of $9,500,
Hundred actors an dactresses driv
en from Revere house, 415 N. Clark,
by smoke from small blaze in store
room. Man with bullet in head found in
"woods in River Forest Friday. Die.dC
Police suspect duel on freight cars.
Card bore pame "F. J. Kunz, 356 "Nl
St Louis av."
Anna Maloney, 4434 N. Tripp av.,
told judge she left hubby home while
she worked for both. Asked divorrce.
George Rebbrtiann, 4, 2010 Ridge
av., Evanston, called fire engines
"just to see horses run."
Henry Betts, Aurora,-tried suicide
udder Statest. car. Car stopped in
Robt Carter, former gov. Hawaiian
islands, warned TL S. not to forget
possessions. On way through Chi
cago. Mrs. Oscar Stuberg, 1448 Berwyn
av., jumped, from 2d-stdry balcony.
Justice Boyer, Evanston,' received
warning note. Police" say it's a. joke.
New York. 200 hotels made ar
rangements yesterday to give free
meals to men out of work here.
NIGHT RIDERS DEMAND fSfAT
NEGROES MOVE OUT nsH
Jefferson City, Mo., Feb. 20. Gov.
Major dispatched Adj't Gen. O'Meara
to New Madrid county to investigate
charges of lawlessness by nighfxrid
ers, following receipt of telegrams
from Sheriff Kimesx the judges of the
county court' and prominent citifeecs
that the situation is beyond control
of the county authorities. am
Negroes are the objects of the. night
riders raids, it is said. The raiders
have posted warnings in conspicuous
places and on the negroes' cabins,
acutioning them against furthensEeai
dence in the county. The negitoea
are warned to leave or be killedar
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Joseph Ettor will speak at I. Wi W.
open forum, 180 W. Washingtaiifjoat
3 p. m., Sunday, on "Revolt of Miners
in Ohio." ? c
Arthur M.. Lewis will give "R$ply
to Father Donat's New Book ossMie
Freedom of Science" at Garrick the
Iter, Soaday, 2:30 p. m. i at
Prof. W. E. B. DuBois to speateton
"Inter-racial Socialism" at Chundrtf
Redeemer, Sunday, 3 p. m. I
William Thurston Brown. BAn
lecturer of Modern School leagueJfifcriU
give 'tbe,f second of series of threalec
tures on Sex Problem,. Sunday, uatu 8
p. m in Colonial hall, 20 W. JRSfc
dolph st Subject: "Is Free ILaye
Possible or Desirable ? " Meeting;l
be in large hall on 3rd floor, n ft
Bertha Worch Hecht will lecture
on reorganization of society to ohtaia
world peace and mutual gain at head
quarters of Int Brotherhood WeKfere
ass'nr 411 Milwaukee ar., Suadajr
afternoon at 2:30. Open discuartan.
Admission free. - d t
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THEY WERE STOCKINGS
Jerseyville, III., Feb. 20. Six youth
will finance a dinner-dance foftthe
friends of a half dozen girls, of-the
local high school. The girls won a
wager when- each wore one black) on
I and one white one to school.