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John Schulte, 1510 Clybourn av.t
complained ol loss of tools.
Mrs. J. C. Redman, 710 E. 36th St.,
dead Headache tablets blamed.
Chas. Kamera, 3850 N. Paulina st,
, shot in side. Cleaning loaded gun.
August Dargert, 72, 5037 S. Pau
lina st., dead. Heart disease.
Officer Pat Quinn, Desplaines st.
station, had shoulder broken by
screen falling from 100 S. Halsted st.
Sophia Kasonowitz, 1311 W. 14th
pi., dead. Shot by Joe Shapiro, who
later suicided in cell. Jilted Joe.
Two men reported pockets picked
on West Side cars Mario Billino, 207
Sholto st., lost $100.
Sam Brodski, 1319 W, 13th st.,
and H. Kaplin, 1815 S. Wabash av.,
hurt by 21st st. car. On motorcycle.
Thos. Hazelwood, 633 W. 65th pi.,
has attempted suicide five times since
marriage. To be arraigned at Engle
wood court today. Disorderly con
duct Three women and man pinched in
raid on 941 W. Randolph st. Alleged
disorderly house. Sadie Silver book
ed as keeper.
Mrs. Pearl Hayes, 715 Quincy st.,
refused man money. Beaten.
BIG RAILROADS IN FOR PROBE
CHARGES CAUSE BIG PRICES
Big Business looks as though an
other of its faults is going to be
shown up. Att'y Gen. McReynolds
today suddenly announced through
Dis't Att'y Wilkerson that he was go
ing after certain railroads operating
through the middle west.
Behind McReynolds' action are
stories told his investigators by fruit
farmers in the middle western states.
His investigators asked the farmers
why they were letting fruit die on the
ground instead of shipping it to Chi
cago, from where it could be sent
throughout the country.
And the farmers told them of the
obstacles that confronted the farm
ers through the grab-all spirit of Big
Business. According to the federal
investigators they claimed that the
railroads are asking such big prices
for refrigerator cars that they can't
afford to send their goods to the city
and for that reason the people are be
ing cheated out of much fruit and
paying too much for what they get.
They charge that it costs them $50
to $75 to rent a car to carry this stuff
It -is also charged that the packers
are letting hundreds of refrigerator
cars lay idle rather than rent them
to the farmers cheaper.
Wilkerson will immediately get
busy on the Chicago end of the case.
Investigators from Washington are
still working in the middle west
LESSON IN WAR GEOGRAPHY
Longwy. On Chiers river, 18 miles
from Luxemburg and 70 miles north
west of Nancy. Center of iron mills
and blast furnaces. Has second-class
fortification, with a military wall and
a few outlying fortifications.
r Pont-a-mousson. A village of 13,
500, mentioned in dispatches as one
point of entrance for German inva
sion of France. It is located on the
Moselle river. It is 18 miles by rail
from Metz and 226 miles from Paris.
Huy. Midway between Liege and
Namur, on the right bank of the
Meuse. Is city of 15,000, protected
by its famous citadel, partly hewn
from solid rock. Is the burial place
of Peter the Hermit.
Luxemburg. Capital of independ
ent grand-duchy of the same name.
Has 21,000 people. Was once strong
ly fortified but treaty at London in
1867 guaranteeing its neutrality or
dered them demolished. Famous in
Europe as a summer resort during
Epinal. Beginning of fortifica
tions along the Moselle and one side
of the gap left by France in her line
of guns. Has a population of 30,000.
Noted for its museum, with one of
the best collection of arms and
weapons in Europe.