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57 Chi. Legal News 1 (1924-1925)

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EGAL

EWS

VOL. LVI.-No. 1.                       CHICAGO, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1924                                WtHOL No. 3624.

IN RE: TITLE INSURANCE
A divorce was pending b.ween a
husband and wife, each of whom
held large property. The wife sold
a block of real estate, only to find
she could not pass good title because
her husband refused to release his
dower rights. *   *  *  * In the
crisis she found this company willing
to guarantee the title, if she would
deposit -one-third the value of the
property, as security pending the re-
lea e of the dower.
CHICAGO TITLE 6&
TRUST' COMPANY
69 West Washington Street

Assets Over $19,000,000 •

FRANK ALDEN.
Attorney.
CHANCERY     NOTICE.-STATE     OF   ILL1- I
nois, County of Cook, ss. Circuit Court
of Cook   County.  August Term, A. D.
3924. Augustine W. 'Alden vs. Jane A.
Casterline, Christina B. Park, the unknown
heirs and unknown devisees of Christina
B. Park, Ann McGowan, the unknown heirs
and unknown devisees of Ann McGowan,
Patrick McGowan, the unknown heirs and
unknown   devisees of Patrick   McGowan,
IMargaret McGowan, tire unknown heirs and
unknown devisees of Margaret McGowan,
Catherine Baker, the unknown heirs and
unknown   devisees  of  Catherine  Baker,
Mathew McGowan, the unknown heirs and
unknown   devisees of  lathew   McGowan,
Catherine McGowan, the unknown heirs and
unknown devisees of Catherine McGowan,
and unknown owners. In Chancery. No.
B111415.
The requisite affidavit for publication
having been properly flied in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook
County  notice is hereby   given  to  the
said  Jane  A. Casterline, Christina   B.
Park, the unknown heirs and unknown
devisees of Christina B. Park, Ann Me-
Gowan, the unknown heirs and unknown
desisees of Ann McGowan, Patrick Mc-
Gowan.. the unknown   heirs and unknown
devsees of Patrick   MfcGowan, Margaret
McGowan, the unknown heirs and unknown
devisees of Margaret McGowan, Catherine
B.3aker, the unknown heirs and unknown
deviseee of Catherine Baker, Mathew Mc-
Gowan, the unknown heirs and unknown
devisees of Mathew   McGowan, Catherine
McGowan, the unknown heirs and unknown
devisees of Catherine McGowan, and un-
known owners that the above named com-
plainant heretofore filed her bill of corn-
plaint in said court, on the chancery side
thereof, and that a summons thereupon
Issued out of said court against the above
.named defendants, returnable on the first
day of the term   of the Circuit Court of
Cook County, to be holden at the Court
House In the City of Chicago, in said Cook
County, on the third Monday of August,
A. D. 1924, as is by law required and which
suit Is still pending.
AUGUST W. MILLER,
Clerk.

Frank Alden,
Conpl't's Sol'r.

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No Demand Liabilities

CHICAGO LEGAL NEWS.
Published every Thursday by
Chicago Legal News Co.
30 N. Dearborn St., Chicago.
Terms:    Two    Dollars per annum.
Single copies, Ten Cents.
Entered at the Post Office at Chi-
cago, Illinois, June 30, 1885, under act
of Congress March 3, 1879.
TO    STOCKHOLDERS,      COMMERCIAL
Tailors.  You are hereby notified that a
meeting of the stockholders of the Com-
mercial Tailors will be held in its offices
at 618 West Jackson Boulevard on the
20th day of June, 1924, at three o'clock
P. M., for the purpose of voting on the
proposition to dissolve the corporation, and
for the transaction of such other business
as may be deemed necessary.
J. G. BECKER,
46-48                       Secretary.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: RUDOLPH
Breytung, 46814, who was sentenced to
the Illinois State Penitentiary for a term
of 30 yeats at the March, 1920 term    of
the Criminal Court of Cook county for the
crime of rape, hereby gives notice he will.
make application for commutation of sen-
tence or pardon at the July session of the
Division of Pardons and Paroles.
RUDOLPH BREYTUNC,
46-48P           By Herman Breytung.
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45-52-4

Mute Messengers of a Nation
N an underground telephone cable scarcely thicker than a
man's wrist there are 0q.oo threadlike copper wires, each
pair providing a path for instant speech.
These highways of the spoken word, buried beneath many
an American city, are carrying thousands of voices simultane-
ously from office to factory and some from coast to coast.
If released from their copper carriers, these messages would
sound a Babel, in which none could be heard. Confusion be-
yond description would reign if this unhindered speech, now
hushed by science in tiny strands, were voiced aloud.
An average of 54,000,000 telephone conversations speed
daily over the wires of the Bell System. By hundreds in cables,
by dozens in the open wires, they travel in silence side by side,
to find voice again only at their journey's end. Muted as they
pass from telephune to telephone, they w .;ac vzta'jhtrn 6f the
nation's life.
ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
BELL SYSTEM
One Policy • One System    . Universal Service

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: MARTIN
Carmody 47687 who was sentenced to
the Illinois State Penitentiary for a term
of 10 years to life at the October, 1921
term of the Criminal Court of Cook county
for the crime of robbery, hereby' gives
notice he will make application for comrnu-
tation of sentence or pardon at the July
session of the Division   of Pardons and
Paroles.

48-50P

BItARTIN CARMODY,
By  Martin E. Carrmody.

NORTH SHORE CONNECTING
RAILROAD.
Office of the Secretary.
Room 1147 Edison Building,
Chicago, Illinois.
Chicago, June 16, 1924.
SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCICHOLD-
ers.-The holders of shares of stockc of
North Shore Connecting. Railroad are here-
by notified that a special meeting of such
stockholders will be held   on  Tuesday,
August nineteenth, nineteen hundred and
twenty-four, at 12:30 o'clock  P. M. in
Room 1147 Edison Building, 72 West Adams
Street, Chicago, Illinois, for the purpose of
considering and voting upon the proposi-
tion of consolidating the North Shore Con-
necting Railroad with the Chicago North
Shore and Milwaukee Railroad Company,
the Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee
Railroad, and Chicago North Shore and
Northern Railroad, or with one or more of
said last three named corporations, and of
transacting such other business as may
properly 1e brought before the meeting.
The transfer books will be closed at
three  o'clock  P. M. Saturday, August
second, nineteen hundred and twenty-four
and will be reopened at nine o'clock A. 2sf.
on Wednesday, August twentieth, nineteen
hundred and twenty-four.
WILLIAM 0. WOOD,
48-48                      Secretary.

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WILLIAM    WINTERS, #6618, WHO       IS
serving a term of imprisonment in the
Illinois State Penitentiary, upon conviction
of murder, announces his intention to make
application for a commutation of sentence
at the July 1924. meeting of the Division
of Pardons and Paroles.
VILLIAM  WINTERS,
47-49          By John L. Whitman.
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