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treating two small girls in alley. Mob
Commercial Law League to assail
high fees in bankruptcy cases.
Seeking identification of man
found in river at -St Albany av.
Wm. Healy found dead in bed at
2624 Ggden av. Coroner investigating.-
Joe Jenski, 1513 Newberry st, told
pplice ot burglars. Policeman left on
watch found rat gnawing trap.
Repairs amounting to $15,701
have been made on school buildings
Louis Brinkman, 704 N. Clark St.,
fined $200 for annoying young girls
Samuel Nickerson, former presi
dent of First National Bank, dead.
Busse estate of $150,000 left to
Bill before congress for new life
saving station at Lincoln Park.
David Jacobson, 3045 Clifton av.,
robbed by two. Described as "Mutt
and Jeff." Got $20.
Toney Desmbnio, wanted for.
shooting of Wm. Martino in Cleve
land, O., arrested yesterday after bat
tle with police.
Jas. Schelz, 2428 Janssen av., ar
rested ior intoxication. Sentenced to
Owner asks injunction against use
of property at 542 N. Clark st by
John J. Parrell for immoral purposes.
Max Sachs left revolver in clothes
at bathing beach. Attendant told po
lice. Max fined $25.
Adam Stark, 4836 W. 22d St., hit
by steam-hammer. Head crushed.
International Ass'n of Machinists
to hold annual picnic Sunday, August
2, at Kobe's Electric Park, N. 64th
av. and Iimng Park blyd.
Local No. 1, Bridge and Structural
Iron Workers' Union, to elect busi
ness agent at meeting Thursday eve.,
July 23, at Hod Carriers' Hall.
Pinking is much in vogue and frills
edged this way trim millinery as well
Representative James T. McDer
mott of Illinois today telegraphed
from Washington to Gov. Dunne, re
signing as a member of congress. In
house, McDermott denied charges of
a prepared statement read in the
misconduct in the "lobby" case.
McDermott was charged by Col
onel Mulhall of the National Associa
tion of Manufacturers with being a
paid lobbyist for the association. His
resignation from the house today
came just two days before probable
action on the report of the investi
gating committee. Chairman Floyd
planned to ask for consideration of
a resolution censuring him Thursday.
Representative Nelson proposed a
fight for McDermott's expulsion.
By resigning today McDermott dis
poses of any action of the house on
the lobby charges.
McDermott came from the stock
yards district. He is a candidate for
The Floyd committee found Mc
permott guilty of "gross improprie
ties." Use of his room by agents of
the N. A. M. was charged. Seeking
loans from Washington pawnbrokers
having legislation before congress
was also charged. He was shown to
be friendly with a former chief page
of the house, who was in the employ
of Mulhall and the N. A. M.
McDermott also tendered his resig
nation to Speaker Clark and said he
would go immediately to his district
in Chicago and become a candidate
for re-election. He said he was will
ing to abide by the decision of his
BANK VICTIM SOUGHT
Search was instituted today for
Adolph Sandoers, an upholsterer from
Chicago, who disappeared from Madi
son, Wis., a week ago, uttering a
threat to kill himself. Sandoers was
one of the victims of the recent Chi
cago bank crash. His savings of years,
$350, were lost. The lakes will be,
as -frocks. . ., .
dragged for his body. -"