murder, will be booked for disorderly
Louis F. Post, editor of The Public,
selected as assistant secretary of De
partment of Labor.
Edward F. Young, treasurer of Chi
cago, Terre Haute & Southern Rail
way, charged with embezzling $25,
000, will return here after month's
Mrs. Fred Andrews, 511 N. Clark
st, Evanston, and Mrs. James H.
Wells. 611 N. Clark st. Evanston. in
jured when their auto was struck by
machine owned by R. H. Bolter, 448
ETTELSON COMMITTEE CLEARS
Springfield, May 21. The Ettelson
investigating committee's report was
handed tb the senate.
The report clears Lieut-Gov. Bar
ratt O'Hara of the charge of Immor
ality against him.
But the report also criticises the
O'Hara ylce commission for the
method it used in examining witness.
The report refers specifically to
the way in which the examination
of Silas W. Derby, superintendent of
the Springfield factor yof the $25,
000,000 shoe trust, was conducted.
The O'Hara commission submitted
the $7 50 minimum wage bill to the
senate this afternoon.
BOY "PATROL" GUARDS LITTLE
ONES FROM CITY DANGERS
New York City has been develop
ing the "help across club" idea. A
schoolboy's safety patrol has been
organized in every public school in
the city for the purpose of looking
after the smaller children, and 300,
000 little pnes are now being pro
tected in this way.
The school principal selects from
the. upper grade 12 boys known as
dependable and sensible. Their duty
is to guard the smaller boys and girls
from danger at street crossings and
tp protect them from thoughtless
play. Every 'patrol" hafc its'flergeant 1
who reports the work of hiss"men,"
and every member wears a bronze
The organization Is called the
"American Museum of Safety."
'Patrolman" and the
Constantinople has been besieged,
thirty times, but captured only
three by the Venetians and Crusad
ers in 1203 and 1204, and by Moham
med the 'Second, leader of the Turk-"
Ish invaders, In 1463 " v
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