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UNKNOWN MAN SHOT.
' An unknown man, well dressV
ed, about 30 years old; .is dying in
the People's Hospital, and Ross
O'Dell, night clerk-iji the New
Londorf Hotel, 20th and Michi
gan avenue, is held by the police
as a result of a shooting in the
hotel lobby early today.
According to O'Dell, the
wounded man created a. disturb
ance in the hotel and was ejected.
He returned with a drawn revol
ver and began shooting through
the door. O'Dell then drew his
revolver and fired five shots,
three' of which lodged in, the
When taken to the hospital the
injured man refused to give nis'
O'Dell was held up in the hotel
by bandits a few weeks ago and,
claimed he feared his assailant
.was another robber.
1 ANOTHER MOON ANSWER
ABOUT TAX DODGING.
The Daily News prints an edi
torial on "How to Cure Tax
Dodging." Vic Lawson, owner of
the News, being' about the-big-gest
tax dodger in town, ought to
be "able to give an expert opinion
on thajt subject.
However, the real way to cure
tax dodgin gis to make .tax dodg
ers pay their taxes.
But to do that you've got to
have tax officials who are not con
trolled by tax dodgers.
And that means you've got to
have t.ix officials not owned and
controlled by big newspapers and
crooked big business.
To the Moon Editor: Yourin-
teresting but rather foolish ques-
tion reminds me of Shelley's (oc
was it ICeats'?) Immortal ode to
fair Luna in -which he .so soulfully;
describes her as
That' orb-ed maiden,
With white fire laden,.
Whom mortals call the mooruj
How true! How beautiful ! So
why worry about her size.
Fair tonight, followed by show
ers Wednesday nightt for Chi
cago and vicinity; moderate east
1 to southeast winds,