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grand jury's investigatibn, and
how did the information that a
committee-of the grand jury took
testimony from Carl, Waldron in
the Monadnock building, leak
There has been far too much
talk about the difficulty of getting
evidence sufficient for the return
of true bills. ,
There is no difficulty in getting
t evidence of malfeasance in office
against Mayor Harrison and
Chief of Police McWeeny,
If the .grand jurors take that
trip ,down the line, they will see
the resorts running wide open,
flaunting their shame in the face
.of the whole world.
That is against the law both of
.Ghicago and of the State of Illi
nois, The police are permitting
these resorts to run thus openly
They are guilty of connivingat
the breaking of the law.
And it must not be forgotten
.that no minor police official is dar
ing to do anything like that with
out the permission and approval
of the administration
John Dean, 15, 1602 W. Lake
st., and Walter McCones, 16, 1753
-Park ave., arrested by motorcycle
cop as they Were assaulting H. H.
Hardy, 5429 Roberts aVe., at Ash
land ave. and Robey st.
Hardy was on His way to Bank
with $96 when the boys held him
up. They were turned over to
Adolph Schultz, 49, teacher of
languages,"4l5 Sherman ave., ar
rested" on "charges preferred by
parents of LflHan Sherman,-vl4,
1605 W. Superior St., who says
he, offered her a job and when jJ
she, went to work ne attacKeq ner.
Mrs Alice Murphy, 19, Steger,
111., arrested -for accosting men
on street. Released arid sent back
Mrs. Helen Eremberg, 2150 W.
13th st., shocked when fuse in
Paulina st. car blew out. May
Mrs. Ellen Hollywood, 2433
Prairie ave., found dead in gs
filled room. Believed accidental
James Hoey, 9, 3235 W Con
gress st, tried to "hitch" on an
auto truck near his home. Foot
caught in wheels Crushed.
Lawrence WjHrinson, 2430 W.
Lake sty fell from rear platform
of Lake st. car near Hoyne?
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CALLS GIANTS UNFAIR
Horace iogel, president of the
Philadelphia National League
team, in signed statement, ac
cuses the New Yorjc Giants of
having Won the pennant by "fix
ing' umpires. He says that there
were at least 21 games that the
Giants won that they should have
lost had the umpiring been on the
Fogel also predicted that Pre; &4j
lqent lyncn wqum not remain
long at the head of the National
o o f
As many as thirty-eight tons of
flowers have been carried in drte
day in one steamer from the
,'Scilty Isles to Penzance.