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that there is business he must at
tend to at once in England.
There isx business that Eunice j
ismay must attena to on tmssiae
of the-Atlantict There is the bus
iness of explaining to mourning,
frantic relatives how it came th'at'
there was room in the boats for
the carcass of Bruce Ismay, own
er, when there was not room for
women and children and real
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According to principal of Mar
quette school, students of Chi
cago College of Dental Surgery,
1745 W. Harrison street, .pass
recreation hours in throwing hot
pennies to children in street.
"After kids found pennies were hot
they picked them up "with sticks.
Then, school principal alleges,
students threw hot water onchil
dren when 'They reached for
money. She has reported the
matter to the board of education.
Ten thousand dollars a year
has been provided by some un
known person to care for the
teeth of Chicago school children.
Six dental laboratories will be es
tablished and free treatment
m Wage scale committee of Eleva
tor Conductors and Starters'
union has decided to ask increase'
of $10 a month for men, employ
ed -in office buildings. Present
minimum is $65 a month for oper
ators and $75 for starters.
Judge McKinley of superior
court yesterday cited Judge
Owens of county court, Sheriff
Zimmer, Election "Commissioner
Czarnecki, Chief McWeeny, and
three other police officers to ap
pear before him April 29 and
show cause why they should not
be punished for contempt of
The summons is in connection
with the "harmony" so-called
Democratic convention at the 7th
regiment armory, Monday.
Owens is also ordered to show
cause why the general assembly,
should not try him for malfeas
ance in office.
Judge Owens came right back
and has cited Judge McKinley
John McGillen, Roger Sullivan,
John F. O'Malley, and over 50
others, some of whom the Amer
ican calls "pickpockets and ex
convicts," to show cause why
they should not be in contempt.
Miss Kittie Clark, 1137 Wash
ington hlvd., shot and probably
fatally wounded by Nicholas's Sta
polis, said ito be jealous suitor.
'Stapolis, who was arrested, also
fired at Philip. Cenerelli, who was
with Miss Clark, but he was un
hurt. The girl is at county hos
pital. Chester L. Wollens, Jocked up
at Clark street station on com
plaint of his brother, Dr. Theo
dore T. Wollens, who said he
fought with Chester to prevent
his committing suicide.
Peoria is full of patriots today
in preparation for Demoqrafic
state convention tomorrow.
Hearst - Harrison continent
leaves for scene of battle tonight
Mrs. Grace B. Ritchey, who