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phanage, are in the hospital, bad
ly burned and injured.
DOWIE FORSAKES FAITH
Gladstdne Dowie, son of the
founder of Zion City, has finally
forsaken the faith of his father
and will be ordained, an Episco
pal minister in St. Paul's Episco
pal church, Kenwood, next Sun
day. Dowie is the gentleman who
nas caused so much excited dis
cussion on the question: Is he
married, or is he not?
Dowie has been preaching in
an Episcopal church at DeTalb,
111., for some time. He is a grad
uate of the Western Theological
Dowie will be ordained by
Bishop William E. Toll.
THE WEST SIDE WAR
The West Side war wars mer
Mike de Pike Heitler has now
discovered that, as in the case of
the late lamented Big Jack Zelig
in ttew York, the police are fram
ing up on him.
Because of this terrible .condi
tion of affairs,- Mike de Pike to
day demanded a jury trial when
he was arraigned for disorderly
conduct in the Desplaines street
court today. '
Mike, with 15 of his friendsj
was arrested Sunday morning in
-a raid on the A. Phillips restau
rant, back of Win. Wilson's sa
loon, at 941 Washington street.
At the time of the arrest, Mike
i spilled whole buckets of bad lan
I guage, and charged that Barney
Grogan, Democratic boss of the
Eighteenth ward, had had him ar
Ve,sted because he had refused to
contribute to the Democratic
This Grogan denied, adding
forcefully that'Heitler ought to
be xun out of town, as a sort of '
Heitler was held in jail with
out booking for 14 hours while
Attorney Charles E. Erbstein
tried to get him out with a bluff
.about a habeas corpus writ that
never -was issued.
Erbstein was very kindly as
sisted in this bluff by Deputy
Sheriffs Frank Scanlon and John
Hickey, who went to the police
station with him to serve the writ
that never was issued.
NEW TRAFFIC SCHEME
Chif McWeeny has a new
scheme for traffic regulation in
He wants all teams to be made
to go through the alleys instead
of the streets.
His idea is to have certain al-
leys marked for north traffic, cer
tain others for south, others for
west, and others for east, each
alley to be marked "entrance" at
-one end, and "exit" at the other.
To enforce this it would be ne
cessary fbr the city council to
change the present traffic regu
lations. McWeeny says he has
been promised enough support to
Kget this done.
The new orders would apply
only to teams, and would leave
automobiles free to kill all the
citizens they could, as in the past