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Padded brick thrown through win
dow of International Drug Co., 730
Edwin Zapel, 161331 Otto st., and
Theodore Saurberg, 15, 1224 Melrose
st, captured in Guderhaus' grocery,
Reynolds Archer, 13, sent to pay
bill. Spent $40 on movies.
Jury in case of Anthony Petras, on
trial for murder of Theresa Hol
lander, deadlocked. Said to stand 11
to 1 for acquittal.
Score of persons forced to flee and
two horses suffocated when fire at
tacked Wicker Park Furniture House,
1665 Milwaukee av.
Master Barber's Ass'n favors open
Sunday. Will carry fight to Su
preme Court if Sunday closing law is
enforced against them.
Five of Chicago "Big Business"
delegation to president back. Are
enthusiastic over reception received
CONFLICTING TESTIMONY MAY
FREE MRS. CARMAN
New York, July 9. Although Mrs.
Florence Carman is locked in the
Minneola jail on a warrant in con
nection with the murder of Mrs.
Louise Bailey in Dr. Carman's of
fice at Freeport, L. I., there is a
strong possibility that the accused
woman will be released Monday.
The story of E. T. Bardes that he
saw a woman on the lawn at the time
the shot was fired which, killed Mrs.
Bailey is apparently shattered by the
fact that ten minutes after the time
Bardes declared he was in front of
the Carman house it is alleged he was
at the home of a girl three-quarters
of a mile away, and the girl says he
did not appear to have been running
or to be excited.
FLYNN GETS GRILLING
Ed Tilden's name was brought in
when City Treasurer Flynn appear
ed befqre the council committee on
city deposits for a few minutes yes
terday. Flynn was asked if Tilden had ask
ed him to deposit $300,000 more city
funds in the Fort Dearborn National
Bank during last July and -August.
Tilden is a director in that bank. But
Flynn said that had nothing to do
with it. He later said he deposited
city funds in various funds when the
"spirit moved him" and for no other
Flynn also denied that the fact
that Roger Sullivan was a stock
holder in the People's Trust & Sav
ings Bank had anything to do with
the heavy city deposits in that bank.
He also denied Aid. Harding or
Tony Cermak had influenced him.
To Aid. Merriam's question, Flynn
replied that politics had nothing to
do with the choice of banks.
The report of Hiram B. Kadish,
government accountant, on the Lor
imer bank, is nearly ready. He is
said to have found wildcat paper,
wash transactions and heavy loans.
vDepositoi$ may get about 75 per
A BIT OF "LOAM EARTH" J
"That coffee we had for breakfast
was just like mud."
"Well, what can von exDect? It was
1 only ground this morning."