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inspector's office again. Davies,
curiously, wap not in. His chief
deputy, Barney Cohen, who also
had denied-all knowledge of the
complaint, was in.
Cohen -said that there was no
record of the complaint in the of
fice, and that he couldnot under
stand how, if the complaint had
been made, it had been mislaid. ""'
Mrs. Franks then repeated her
story. Barney Cohen professed
to be much shocked. He promis
ed to send three inspectors to the
The three inspectors were sent.
Their report is not yet in.
Just how Inspector Davies hap
pened to forget the visit of Mrs.
Franks pn Thursday is very mys
terious. Possibly he has been
too busy getting; publicity out of
the case he brought against the
girl playingthe part of "The Lit
tlest Rebel" atxMcVicker's to reB
member it. ' s
PARDON FOR M'JNAMARAS?"
Los Angeles, Sept. k "TheS
business interests of Los Angeleso
have broken, the pledged wordd
they gave when the McNamaras
pleaded guilty. 3
"They .promised to give union
labor a fair deal and to work fory
industrial peace. They have donej
neither the one nor the other." fr
So said Lincoln Steffens in
Portland today, adding that sincej
the business interests had broken,
their word he would appeal totf
Goy. Hiram Johnson to pardon
the McNamaras. g
There is much excitement here
over Steffens' declaration. Theft
business interests are uncomfort-'
able. They don't know what at-u
I titude Johnson wilhtake.-
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Following an argument in the
fruit store of Nicola Nicolaf,
Lincoln and Harrison sts., Adam
Heyer, 21, 744 S. Western av.,
bookkeeper,. fired three shots in
air while drunk,.
Said he went to dentist, who
put cocaine in his, tooth. Made
him thirsty and he drank several
rounds of beer. Discharged.
Robert Thompson, biftcher,
5108 W. Madison st., mistook
poison for tooth, wash. Under
taker. "Some woman stole $10 out of
my pocket and my plan wa$ to
stop every woman I met one the
it," said Charles W. Valentine
2920 Prairie av. ,r$.
Fined $10 for accosting woman
ion the street. .y
Curtis Burd claims hiself stungoi
,He tried to- rob Detective David
Boitoni while he was asleep in
Lincola Park. Arrested after ad
half-mile chase in which .five shots
were fired- it
"111 never attempt to rob aS
man asleep again unless I knowd
who he is," he said. i
Miss Rose Schnoor. 19. 4320-1
Princeton av., domestic, attempt-'
ed to commit suicide jy turning
on gas in stove. Despondent be-o
Bause-she could .not-g-ei relief for
treet. to find the one who stole