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roads east of Chicago and north
of Chesapeake & Ohio to demand
wage increase and improved
"Child labor is responsible for
many of our so-called bums."
sj. Mullenbach, of United Chari
ties, addressing Municipal Lodg
ing House Cominission.
But it is profitable, Mullen
back, and therefore "unavoid
able." Alice Morrow, 4, and grand
mother", Ms. E. B. Morrow, res
cued from fire that destroyed
home at Willow ave.and Lake
Police have large stock of the
ories on hand to account for dis
appearance of Catherine O'Brien.
Hyman Schoenberg, 1049 Cyp
ress St., adopted nephew, Abra
ham, 5 years ago. Now in bad.
.Ordered by court to support 3
minor children deserted by Ab
raham. Paul Crosswite, Knox, Mo., to
be tried under Mann act. His
own cousin, Cecile Maggart,
whom he lured to Chicagor will
be chief witness against him.
Judge Stewart, in auto court,
says fines will be heavier next
week, and that owners of autos,
in car at time of arrest, will be
held equally guilt' with chauf
feuers. Patrolman Thos. P. McNurney,
Desplaines st. station, accused of
holding up and robbing Tony
Zizak, 39 S. Desplaines St., while
in full uniform.
Judge Goodnow, in court "of
Domestic Relations, sent Mrs.
yfm'. Stevens, 704 Diversey .park
way, home to cook hubby's meals,
when, in non-support action, she,
admitted they had quarreled be
cause she wouldn't cook.
John Zurack, 10515 Hoxie ave.,
killed when clothing caught in
belting wheel in Wisconsin Steel
.Government's suit against Ar
mqur & Co. for .shipping unin
spected veal out of'State postpon
ed because of unfortunate absence
of defendants. v
Alma Freis, 16, 517 Lincoln
parkway, and Esther Burns, 15,
507- Lincoln, parkway, missing.
Believed abducted "by two chauf
feurs. 'Board of education may prose
cut Elevated Railroads - compan
ies if -they do not try and stop
noise nuisance near 13 school
What does the L care for the
law? It's nearly a week now
since the ordinance "compelling"
them to give transfers "went into
effect." - .
If, any citizen has been able to
get one of those transfers ithe L
was "compelled" to give, we'd
like-to see him. Hei, or she, is a
In the past, Chicago has paid,
the CityJteduction Co. $47,50Q a
year to accept a present of the
garbage, which fact has been con
sidered one -of life's greatest mys
teries by other cities.
Mrs. Rena B. Morrow to go to
trial for murder of husband,
Chas. B. Morrow, June 17, before
Judge Kersten. Morrpw found
shot to- death on porch of home,
45x45 Michigan ave Peg. 28 last .