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It coifles.down to the oldvstory of property first, humanity afterwards;
Arid we people of Chicago havo 'looked with, shame on "the affairs of
Calumet and Trmida'd.-
There are things going oh right here at homethat'will keep in the run
ning, for rankness with anything that has happened" in the-mining country.
KOYNE PRESENTS EVIDENCE IN
TAX EVASION CASES
Evidence was presented to the
grand jury yesterday Showitfg that
duririg 1911 arid 1912 $367,190.95
levied taxes were evaded by big cor
porations and' individuals.
Ass't State's Attorney Berger pre
sented a list of such cases to" the jury
Subpoenas have been issued for 47
witnesses, including three railroad
presidents arid the presidents of many
other large, corporations.
Sortie of the witnesses and the
amounts alleged to have been, lost to
the county are: Joseph W. Hihef,
president Chicago Terminal Rail
ways, $31,000; B. A. Worthing
ton, president Chicago & Alton
Railroad, $7.15. Darius Miller, presi
dent C, B. & Q., $li,700; E: J. Buf
fingtoh, president Illinois Steel Co.-,
$64,235.38; Washington Parker, pres
ident Majesties Building Co. $35,000;
C. C. GriSwold, manager P. W. Wool
worth Co., $1,163.85; G. B. Winston,
president Chicago Consolidated
Brewing & Malting Co., $5,205.77; R.
A. DUgan, president Caluinet Fourfdry
& Equipment Co., $430.66; H.- H.
Towriaendt secretary Illinois Ware
house & Storage Go.,"$407.75; Harri
son P., Riley, president Chicago Title
& Trust Co., $1,700; Belt Railway of
Chicago, agent, $10,500; Chicago
Great Western Railway, agent, $760;
(- Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad,
agent, $25,000; Chicago &.Alton Rail
road, -agent, $4jl00; Chicago & East
ern Illinois Railroad, agent, $1,900;
Illinois Central Railroad, by Charles
HUtzler, agent, $2,600; Baltimpre &
Olrio Railroad, agent, .$21,600; S. H.
Harris, president Ghicago. House
Wrecking Go.r $623,70; Harry C.
MOlf, gfsideht Morrison KOtel Go.,
$9,947.08; Joseph Self eld, for Hotel
SHertiiari -$10,162,211; dfcafies H. gib-
ley, president Chicago Dry Kiln Co.,
$720.30; AQolph Karpeii, secretary S.
Karpen Co., $5,883.10; Harry Squires,
president Squire-Hentges Co., $8,
600.60; Chicago Tunriel Co., agent,
$i00;000; H. C. Bdnhard, presi
dent United Breweries Co., $1,327.28;
Howard S. Moy, president King Joy
Lo Co., $674.69; LUdwjg Holfrieyer,
president Com Products Rfefinirig Co.,
$3,734.20; W. H. Boettler, manager"
Tosetti Brewing-CO., $683.9:1; Airier
ican Express Co., agent, $9,356.87;
Chicago, Rbck Island & Pacific Rail
road, agent, $1,939.72.
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BITS OF NEWS
Arthtr Mtfrid, 3805 W. Harrison st.,
rushed into police station telling of
holdup. Tale untrue. Locked up as
Death of Gustave" Novak at State
Hospital of the Insane" to be invest
gated. Some doubt as to cause of
Mrs. Mary Zaremba, 1447 Emma
st., suicided. Gas. Four-year-old
daughter;. Mary", Tevive'd by pul
mot&r. Baby boy two months old foUnd in
basket at 970 Milwaukee av.
$300 reward bffered by Henry H.
Banford, 900 Gait av., for; return of
silverware and jewels stolen Feb. 19.
Mfjj; Martha Pierce kh6cked down
by car. Jaw broken.
Andrew Lukas, 714 Barber st., at
tacked and. beaten in own home.
Skull fractured. Ref Uses" tariame' as
sailants'. D. L Stick, 55, collapsed dn Ran
dolph st Dead. Believed to Be"
caused by grief over tleath of son.
Mrs. Anna Runge, 1620 S. Sawyer
st., asphyxiated.' Open" gas jet.
Richard Cbhsidine, 13, missing. Po