lowed three jnonthsyeave of absence
without pay afteAJDeqc 5..
North Shore Juvenile Protective.,
Ass'n. wants, more lights along' Lake
Shore. -Says 32 girls have been at
tacked in dario-.
Edwin Kolei-,-21 Vk18th st, prob-
ably fatally injured by electric coal
scraper in Commonwealth Edison
plant. - m i
William Seward Cox, negro sus
pect in Leegson murder case, will
"probably be released. Nothing on
Albert V. Webb, arrested in Ply
jnouth, Eng.f as embezzler, will be
brought back to Chicago today.
Illinois Industrial Board, created
under workmen's compensation act,
has opened offices in City Hall Square
Mrs, Joseph T. Bowen elected pres
ident of Chicago Equal Suffrage
National Council for Industrial
Safety will issue handbook to aid in-
City council local transportation
committe'e recommended Mayor Har
rison's subway plans. ,
State Sen. John M. O'Connor has
resigned b become Superior Court
judge of Cook county, to which of
fice he was elected last April. ,
Chicago Socialist Women's League
held meeting last night.-
Rev. Arthur Bush, Steubenville, O.,
arrested in Hammond, Ind., , on
charge of embezzlement in Sharon,
U. S. Deputy Marshal ,Wolf 'auc
tioned off 73 bottles of charged and
34 bottles "of imitation wine seized
for "being falsely labeled.
T George App, chauffeur on Schultze
bakery auto truck, saved from death
by tramp who flagged train, when
auto stopped dead in tracks at Sher
merville, 111. ' ;' '
Glen E. Alter, Oak Park, held up
by armed bandit and robbed of new
overcbat and 25 cents. '
, August Hammann, "Milwaukee,"
thrown over 10 feet embankment
when auto skidded in Lake Forest.
Bruised. Machine "wrecked.
Anna Tyiandich, 17, domestic, ar
rested'for stealing $70 from her em
ployer, Adam Tajin, 10180 Tor
rence av. v
Council committee may allow wo
men to doff skirts at bathing beaches.
John Hans, 5428 Lake av., crushed
to death by switch engine in Burn
side shops of Illinois Central.
Belle Hastings, friend of the Webb-
Perry auto bandits, sued for divorce.
Husband , accuses Teddy Webb- and
Two men arrested by Desplafnes
st. police in connection with murder
of two men 'during jewelry store rob- m
bery in Grand Rapids, Mich. .
A. M. Snook, Aurora, elected presi
dent of Illinois Daily Newspapers'
Citizens' Committee urged, council"
to wait until they get Bion J. Ar
nold's report before deciding' ter ,
minal plans. ,
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HUERTA PLACES DIAZ IN HOLE
Vera " Cruz, Oct. 23. Friends of r
General Felix Diaz are fearful that
he may be arrested for refusal to
obey an order of Pres. Huerta to go
to Havana. Every member of Diaz's
party is a prisoner in barracks, await-;
ing court-martial for alleged insubor
dination for refusal to obey the same
Diaz is placed in a very peculiar
position. If he obeys Huerta's order
and goes to .Havana before the elecT
tions set for next Sunday, it will pre-
vent his election as president, as the
Mexican constitution provides that a
president must be on Mexican soil
when elected. 'To refuse to obev
Reaves him liable to arrest and court-
Lucette There gdtwo of the mos -disagreeable
men I've met this sea-,
son. Her Friend Are they? ,Wiy?f
Lucette jOne of them stares, me out
of countenance, and the other won't
look at me' at all!
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