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000,000 corporation, yesterday. Has
Frank Landt granted divorce. Wife
didn't like 4-room flat
Consumers Co. to give away ice
again this year. Gave away 650,000
pounds last year.
Twenty-two would-be lifesavers
tested in Eckhart park, swimming
pooL Compelled to rescue 2 5-pound
bag of sand from tank.
Police looking for Helen Schoen
inger, 8, 7510 Malvern av., who dis
appeared In Lincoln park yesterday.
Telegram received by Jack Weber,
auto racing mechanic, told of death
of William Mattery, Chicago aviator,
with Villa forces in Mexico.
Carl Olson, pres. of Olson Cartage
Co., 523 W. Chicago av., lost $10,000
to' 3 con men who took him to a fake
Harry Armstrong, public fire insur
ance adjuster, arrested following
probe into mysterious'fire in home at
1525 Winnimac av.
Tags to be attached to milk bottles
dunng "Save the Baby Week, July
17-24. t . 0
William Karpen, Chicago furniture
manufacturer, dead in Colifornia.
S. Mendelson foiled 2 custodians
' who came to take charge of garage,
6327 Dorchester av., for failure to pay
rent Drove away in only auto.
Hazel Anderson, 4645 Maiden av.,
arrested as having stolen pocket
book containing $1,200 from Karl
Meyer In taxi.
rRev. Jas. Valentine, Glen Ellyn pas
tor, who left pulpit for politics, to go
back to church.
Mayor Thompson will not veto sec
ond order of council asking school
board probe. Says he will watch the
, money wasted.
P 18,000 loop telephones switched I
irom Harrison exchange, vtn noor
Manhattan bldg., to "Wabdsh ex
change, 520 Federal st, without sec
ond interruption of service.
Clerk at Hotel La Salle lent $1 to
man who said he was robbed of $800
on "Madison st car. Was guest at ho-1
tel for several days. Left for Frisco
Judge Caverly fined Paul Stone,
2716 Normal av., $25 for being rude
to neighbor over pohne.
Mrs. Henry Thomas granted a di
vorce. Husband, a promoter, in Ar
gentina because federal indictment
A. J. Leary, 1135 N. Dearborn, in
jured when Cottage Grove av. car
struck auto. Wrists sprained.
Mayor Thompson's office crowded
with street car men he has invited to
tell him first-hand news of the wage
Mayor Thompson called Aid. Mer
riam a fourflusher yesterday.
Lake Forest citizens have water
rate decreased by Public Utilities
com'n from 25 cents per 1,000 gallons
to 18 cents.
Mary Lusok, 15, 824 Sedgwick, at
tempted suicide in Seward park with
iodine. Father beat her When she
went to dances.
Pietro Degnatro,5, 521 Ewing st,
killed by Arthur Dixon transfer truck.
Police probing story of Dr. Linton
Valley, city medical inspector, who
says 3 men boarded his auto in loop
and, holding revolver to side, made
him drive out loop, then robbed him.
Fashion Art League of America
made public disheartening news yes
terday. Fall dresses are to be but
toned up back.
Krause Nursery, 7800 Jeffery av.,
has snake cactus which bloomed last
night Only blooms each six years.
Bloom only lasts one- night
HE'D HAD HIS HELL
Joliet, III., July 14. Frank Repetto,
confessed murderer of his cellmate,
was told yesterday that Gov. Dunne
has refused to save him from the gal
lows. "Fine business," said Repetto. "I'll
die game because when I see St. Peter
he'll say: 'Come in. We were going
to send you to hell, but you've al
ready had it on .earth."
Repetto is to be hanged Friday