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when lawyers took 2 days to argue
Civil service commission refused
aid of state's attorney. "Want own
Corporation Counsel- Sexton de
fends department. Calls loafing
charge political move.
North Side business men demand
Franklin st. bridge. Claim it neces
sary for increased traffic.
Earth called rigid by University of
Chicago journal. Molten mass theory
Blanche BWnendetta Wall, 19, 3701
S. Halsted st., booker as pickpocket.
5 women claim girl was near when
they missed money.
Mrs. Mary Dadura, 1716 Burling
ton st., sought husband. Found body
in morgue. Man was struck by auto
Chin Sing, 2153 Archer av., placed
on trial for making opium. First
case in Chicago.
Stephen Weisner. 601 Allport av.,
up for wife abandonment. Became
violent. Tried to attack wife. Will
be given sanity test.
Joseph Beck, 60, 4848 Langley av.,
found dead in bed. Coroner to inves
tigate. Case of JVIrs. Anna Azombek,
charged with burning body of baby,
to be resumed today.
John Miatich,36, threatened to kill
brother. To be given sanity test.
B. J. Waters, who was locked up
for contempt of court, released on
promise to pay alimony to divorced
wife and to support present wife.
Police asked to find Aleck Roman,
53. Mother dying in St. Louis.
D. Edward Richards, 28,. wanted in
Detroit for forgery, married Eleanor
Kohl, 21, before being taken for trial.
Marie Charlotte De ,Lang, 88,
daughter of Swedish royalty, dead.
Mayor urges track elevation.
Wants mandatory act passed by
Francis Fanning, 15, 2123 Sheffield
av., attacked by bulldog. John Staple-
by throat. Dog killed. Fanning re
Three hnghwaymen raided second
hand store, 675 N. Clark -st. Routed
after pistol battle with clerk.
THE PANAMA TOLL WAR
Washington, March 28. The
House today plunged into an all-day
war of words over the Panama toll
exemption repeal. Lines of factions
were, tightened .after the preliminary
grapple yesterday, which both sides
accepted as spelling ultimate victory
for the president by passage of the
Sims repeal resolution..
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MUCH TO CHOOSE FROM
"Ha-ha-ha, money isn't the only
"That's right. There are other
"Ais for instance?"
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A woman lawyer has been engaged
tiir' T C3 ifi'nnmr n mtllinnnira nt
Menominee, Mich;, to defend him in a
$500,000 breach of promise suit She
ton, 15, 48 Webster av., seized dog 1