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to them by Aid. J. A. Freund, 26th.
ward, last night.
Fire caused $5,000 damage to bak
ery at 1416 NWestern av.
Police searching.for high-powered
limousine car from -which revolver
was thrown in front of 527 Jackson.
Chicago police looking for James
Barry, 45, who escaped from Joliet
prison yesterday. Had been there
1 Chas. Griffiths, plumber, 3220 Wal
nut St., missing since Monday. Had
Mrs. Lillian Goerisch, 6636 Lang
ley av., found dead in bed by her
husband, Otto. No marks of violence.
Commissioner of Public Works Mc
Cann will investigate report that
waters of Lake Michigan are endan
gering residences on north shore.
Mrs. Katherine Mrita, 27, 4606 S.
Bishop St., shot and wounded by
Frank Slaga, a boarder. Slaga es
caped. o o
MOTHER'S APPEAL MAY REOPEN
INQUEST OVER BODY
The appeal of his mother may re
open the inquest over the body of
Bertram J. Bussierre, the young
promoter, who died under mysterious
circumstances after an all-night taxi
Yesterday the coroner's jury, be
ing unable to reach a decision, re
turned' an open verdict. A physi
cian's examination showed that the
young man had died from a drug,
either morphine or acetinild.
Mrs. Myrtle Havens Bussierre, the
young widow, has been living with
her late husband's mother at 4539
Hazel avenue. Both are certain that
Bussierre was poisoned. It was the
mother who 'appealed to Coroner
Hoffman. He will decide on what
action to take later.
MEN PRAISE BIXBY
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 24. Many
prominent mien, including Rey..Horr
ace Day"" of J the Congregational
church at Long Beach, testified to the
good character of George Bixby, mil
lionaire, charged with contributing
to the delinquency of minors and who
was known to the girls at the Jonquil
resort as the "Black Pearl." Former
U. S. Senator Flint lauded the de-:
NOW IT'S OUR HAT THESE
WOMEN HAVE ADOPTED
Keep your hat well hid, father. It
may be that some evening, after hav
ing searched the spaces under the
furniture, you will demand: "Where
is my hat?"
"Mamie has gone to the show with
it," mother will reply.
For the things men have for so
many centuries called "hats" have
now become millinery. The girls are
wearing 'em, and men's Tiat stores
report large sales to women of the
soft green felts and the green velours
with the band tiedTn the back.
Some of the girls wear 'em with
out the dent on top and with the rim
turned dowm They" in flict hatpins on
them. Dealers are selling their No.
7s and their 7s to the girls, not so
much because of .the actual size of
their heads, but because of thp large
quantity of hair which these hats, be
ing worn almost over the ears, must
A great many men.say that things
ar6 going too far Already they have
been appropriated by the girls our
socks,, our-garters and our hats.
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