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pend on passage of $3,500,000 bond
Policewoman Emma Neukom dis
missed from force. Is not U. S. citi
zen. "Smashing the. Vice Tr.ust" con
demned by movie Censors. Robbery
and crimes in comis also ordered out.
Helmer Dean shot and fatally
wounded by trio of boys who escaped
from St. Charles reformatory. Dean
was pursuing runaways.
Six injured and many bruised when
south-bound "Xi" crashed into C. & M.
electric train at Wilmette.
Fifth omnibus concern filed appli
cation with utilities commission for
Miss Genevieve Brinkley wants
$25,000 from. William E. Echofield.
Breach of promise.
Two men reported caught in ice
floes. Police were unable to launch
boat to make rescue. Later investiga
tion showed supposed men were logs.
Mrs. Pauline Spetseropolous was
knocked down by 4 men. Robbed $20
cash and $85 jewelry.
Children of Mrs. Henrietta E. Ow
sley get $220,000 estate.
Ninety-eight fined for spitting.
Isidore Till, 15, shot through foot
by Frank Klecka, Grand Trunk Rail
road detective. Claims boy was taking
sugar from box car. Boy believed
crippled for life.
Alleged that -John F. Jelke opposed
passage of butterine tax law in oleo
Evariston ' council barred airship
landing .on lake front
Elevator stuck in shaft of National
Life building, 29 S. LaSalle st. Panic
stricken women rescued through 2
Secret conference between lawyers
and judges condemned and so-called
co-operation before trials denounced
by William Graham before S. Chi
cago Bar Association.
Angelo Rossi, 17, 350 W. Grand av.,
and eHnry Fontaro, 18, 219 Whiting
St., stabbed by unidentified Italian.
Wounds not serious.
Took 9 policemen to arrest 3 mem
bers of Johnson family, 1101 Town
send St., during family squabble.
John Danner and Joseph Bighto
sent to Bridewell for stealing chick
ens. Men. .unemployed. Collection
taken up for Danner's wife and 5 chil
dren. Boys who shot William Dean cap
tured by posse of 50 men. Had es
caped from state reformatory.
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YOUNG. GIRL FOUND IN STREET
Unconscious and suffering from se
vere bruisesi Miss May Connors, pret
ty young milliner, was found lying in
the street at Sixty-ninth street and
Western avenue early today, wrapped
in an expensive automobile robe.
The police learned that the girl
started from home last night to meet
a girl friend. They are working on
the theory that Miss Connors was
either the victim of an attempted
murder or was thrown from an auto
mobile. C. F. OF L. ENTERS FIGHT TO
SAVE CONVICTED MEN
The Chicago Federation of Labor
has entered the fight to save the con
victed men in the celebrated dyna
mite cases. The. following letter was
sent to U. S. Senator James Hamilton
"The Hon. James Hamilton Lewis:
Please ask solicitor general or, if nec
essary, the president ,to stay taking
out mandate in the case of Ryan and
others until counsel for the accused
with your help and that of Senator
pern may present an application for .
pardon to the president. We feel that
a terrible injustice was done to the
men and that they did not have a trial
in accordance with the law of the
land. Kindly wire us if this request is
"Chicago Federation of Labor,
"John Fitzpatrick, President
"E. N. Nockles, Secretary."
Sen. Lewis at once laid the matter
before the Department of Justice.