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Robert Canty, Edward Meyers and
i William Eftzer escaped from Judge
Bowles "bulj pen" at City HalL
Climbed out of' window, skirted cor
nice on eleventh floor and escaped
over Toof through Gornity Building.
i.-tf- i urnocK Meaicai uo., i u aerceau
av., barred from mails. Alleged to
t v have defrauded public of $350,000.
Aldermen and School Board clash
ed over school site report. Attack on
Congressman- Babath stopped after
warm debate. - - -$
Palace Hot!, -Clark and Grand av.,
going. Qldthaatrical headquarters
to make way ffir. .modern building;
1,000 saloons down state closed td
day. Many "put, out by women's vote.
Thelma ICijth, 16-year-od daugh
ter of Walter Paul flayer, told of
father's dream at trial.
Herbert Esberlin, "U, 1710 N. Hal
sted st, played with gun. Laughing
ly threatened to kill self. Pulled trig
Mrs. Augusta Goodman, 72, 3307
fc 9. Seeley av , killed by auto at Archer
, and Robevsts. Edward Falkner held.
Auto driYen by L, W. Weller struck
by street car. Overturned Hazel
Weller, 14, 2245 McLean av., injured.
Percival Qoubourn, fe336 Dexel
av., struck by auto,. Leg fractured.
Indictment of Henry El rich on vote
fraud charge attacked." Judge Foell
to decide validity. Prosecution claims
marked ballots' ftir McCormlck and
Bartzen were counted
County asked to furnish cash for
South Chicago HospitaL Plan would
prevent long ride to County Hospital.
Life imprisonment for "white, slav
ers" advocated by M. S. McMullen,
secretary of American Bureau for
Case against John Leski dismissed.
Was held for allege robbery.
Mrs. Catherine Fish, 530 S. State
st,i snatched frofii beneath feet of
frightened horsey John W. Barker,
driver of -wagon, arrested. --
ED IN CHICAGO
Wagoh containing 9,000 eggs up
set, Morris Elboom, 929 Lafln st.,
driver, received, egg bath.
Officials, of Aurora, Elgin & Chij
cago Electric Railway fined ?6O0 fpjf
selling "booze" on trains.
200 unemployed forced to eek.
shelter at Desplaines street station.
Municipal lodging house crowded.
Miss Mildred Hawley, fiance of
Guy Satibey. wants part of $2,000 In-
surance. Olaims he promised "So
make her beneficiary before he was
Missing John A. Lucas, 922 Air
dree av., home. Went to Milwaukee
on business. ,.
Highest hid for city's waste $5.70 r
a ton. Municipal garbage plant win.
turn opt 30 tpns a day. '
$160,500 estate of James C. Brooks
goes to family.
o o . ,
say all Arms must be in by
NEXT MONDAY r
Trinidad, Col., May 8. All arms of ' r
strikers and coal mine guards in
Southern Colorado must be turned
oyer to United States; troops by "Mon- -day
according to a proclamation said
to have been tentatively prepared to
day by Col. James' Lockett, com- "
nianding the regulars here, and
scheduled to be Issued tonight. Major ',
William A. j3olbrook, Lockett's ehief '
aide, today resumed his tQtir through .. i
the coal campfe of Las Animas and us
erings of strikers at Sopris, Rouse "
and Rugtyy. He is urging the miners
to obey the forthcoming proclama
tion without parleying.
TCeftllrt O.rtt IstoTtnH- not Winw
Holbrook. however, conceals his h- h
lief that the situation is serious. The
bitter hatred engendered between
strikers and mine guards during the
long strike haa not diminished with
the arrival Of United States troopjs.
Ipstead, a strong feelinjg of dtetrust
between the parties to the conflict