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Detective Bureau in connection with
Logue murder, Search being made
for Goldie Breese, ehum of Kennedy
Mrs. S. M. Bristow, 3830 Grand
blvd.; Mrs. Albert, 5841 Monroe av.;
Mrs. Eleanor Reese, 7340 Bond av.,
and Mrs. Leslie Mullen, 3803 Grand
blvd., injured when auto turned tur
tle at Sheridan road and Castlewood
Mrs. Bertha Weinstein is suing
Max Weinstein, broker and bond
salesman, for divorce. Claims he is a
bigamist and ex-convict.
State has closed case in trial of
Auto Bandit Teddy Webb for murder
of Detective Peter Hart.
Harry C. Irwin, medical student,
3961 Drexel blvd., fined, $100 and
costs by Judge Uhlir for wife beating.
Burglars blew two safes and did
four other jobs in Hartford Bldg.' Got
Judge Coodnow refused to dis
charge George Nurnberg, arrested in
connection "mux .uietz murder, al
though b,e was exonerated by cor
oner's jury. Continued case until
Aurora-Elgin train killed 15-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Stewart near Wheaton,
Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones will speak
for Social and Civic Club at Sherman
Park, 53d and Center av., Wednes
day evening, May 21. Subject: "The
Call of the City." All invited.
Clarence S. Darrow, just returned
from his long trials in Los Angeles,
will lecture Sunday afternoon at 2:80
at Garrick Theater. Auspices of the
Workers' University Society. Sub
WHAT THE COUNCIL DID
Resolution protesting against tax
increase referred to committee by
Action assured toward creation of
public utilities bureau as advisor of
Reports asked from engineers and
othera upon action on traction serv
ice recommendations of last year.
Ordinance jassed prohibiting smut
Ordinance presented prohibiting
roller skating in streets.
Order passed for removal of adver
tising signs from elevated structures.
Order passed for payment of em
ployes back salaries when Dunne
signs Juul law amendment.
Juul law amendment.
Two new fire stations asked for
Order passed for contract for 15,
000 new street lamps.
THE JAPAN-U. S. TROUBLE
Sacramento, Cal., May 20, Offi
cers of the Asiatic Exclusion League
today begun preparing petitions to
initiate a new anti-alien land-owning
law as a substitute for the Webb bill,
signed by Gov. Johnson yesterday.
If the Initiative petition is filed the
people will not vote on the proposed
law until November, 1914. In the
meantime the Webb law will remain
in effect 'v
In many quarters there is dissatis
faction with the Webb bill because
Japanese are allowed 'to lease land
for three years.
Washington, May 20. Before the
flalifornia anti-alien land law be-
comes effective in August, adminis
tration officials predicted today, tne
dispute with Japan will either be set
tled or tests taken to test the law in
A note from Secretary of State
Bryan to Ambassador Chinda was
transmitted today, plainly setting out
the position of the U. S. in the mat- "
ter. Janan's response is not expected
for a week. In the meantime the
contents of the note "or the official
attitude of the federal government
will not be made public
Mr. Rinkpate (to barber) Part
my hair in the middle, please. Bar
ber Yesslr! Shall I split the odd