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viewed the state guard at Sea
Girt a year ago."
Wilson has worn evening
clothes half a dozen times since
election, but he has always worn
his brown fedora.
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Official, of local board of trade
today denied they were making
investigation of alleged plot
whereby their quotations were
being furnished to bucket shops
all over country.
Chief of Police McWeeny to
day sent Detective Thelan to
Pana, 111., to see if man held there
is Teddy Webb, wanted for mur
der of Detective Hart.
Herman Hagg, 50, tailor, 1232
Peterson av., killed by street car
Atty; G. J. Tatge, member of
county civil service commission,
announced today he would re
sign to become a candidate for
One horse burned, no one hurt,
in fire at 628-30 N. Halsted st.
Heavy loss. Nine children res
cued. Aid. Tearney found guilty of
violating 1 o'clock closing ordi
nance. Fined $20. Second suit
pn same charge to jury today.
No one seriously hurt when
bomb believed thrown by "black
hand" gang, landed in two-story
building at 727 Forquer st. Many
thrown from bed. Small fire.
Finance committee have cut
payroll in 3 county offices to
amount of $95,200. Board of re-
view, $11,200: board of assessors,
$26,000; county treasurer's office,
Isadore Ward,-840 S. Center
av., arrested charged with big
amy. Aid. Kunz introduced bill mak
ing every schoolboy here -an as
sistant dog catcher, to be paid a
stated bounty per -head. Health
Committee of City Council passed
it up to law department.
Electric auto of G. W. Lyndon,
5737 Lexington av., stolen.
John Rusack, 12, found asleep
in doorway. Taken to station.
Still a mystery who hung black'
flag with skull and crossbones
above John Marshall high school,
W. Adams st. and Kedzie av. It
was put up Sunday night after
stars and stripes had been taken
Jos. Armstrong, 517 N. Clark
St., former spy in Confederate
army, arrested, charged with beg
ging on streets. Told judge he
was spy under Gen. Lee. Dis
charged. Byman Leibowitz arrested on
complaint of Mrs. Katie Griffin,
3218 W. Harrison St., aiyi Miss
Leona Hopengamer, 1449 W.
Congress St., charged with run
ring a "shoot the chute" palmis
try parlor, was discharged be-,
cause fortune tellers are paid for
their time rather than informa
tion they give.
Bldg. Commissioner H. Erics
son ordered that moving pictures
be prohibited in Davis school.