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stated. Nothing is said about how
much the falling off in trade has been.
A previous bill said the Knab trade
had dropped 50 per cent.
Elizabeth Maloney, secretary of the
waitresses' union, argues that Knab's
losses are so large. that he must be
getting money from" the Employes'
Ass'n and loop interests that want
to stop all picketing in the downtown
MORE TEXT BOOK SCRAPPING
An open quarrel between members
of the board of education sprang up
because the committee, detailed to
make an investigation into high-priced
text books, had accomplished
nothing in a month's time.
J. J. Sonsteby was the complaining
member. He asked what had been
done by the body appointed for text
book work and was told that the
committee had done nothing because
Ralph Otis, chairman, was out of the
"What!" exclaimed Mr. Sonsteby.
"Do you mean to say Mr. Otis was
appointed when it was not known he
was not here? A month has been
"I should like," said Mrs. Mac
Mahon, "to resent the imputation
that I would select a committee that
would put this matter on the back
pages of memory. I strongly resent
Mr. Sonsteby's remarks."
"I think Mrs. MacMahon ought to
know," replied Sonsteby, "that I
make no imputations."
"No," she replied, "what you did
make was a direct taunt."
"I am a member of that subcom
mittee," said Jacob M. Loeb, "and I
can assure "Mr. Sonsteby that if there
is any merit in his charges they will
CAROL OF ROUMANIA BURIED
Bucharest, Roumania, Oct. 15.
With impressive ceremonies, the body
of King Carol of Roumania was laid
to rest here today. The formal fun
eral exercises, exceedingly simple
despite the pomp of royalty, were
held in the Convent Curtler des Arges
at 9 o'clock this morning. The entire .
city is in mourning. .
When Henry I. Lea, 45 years old,
825 Leland av., a consulting gas en- sT
gineer, arrived in Chicago last night '
he was placed under arrest by A. F.
Lewis, a deputy sheriff, on a writ of
attachment for contempt of court.
Charged with beating jury service.
Antonio Dromopin, 1115 S. Peoria
st, stabbed by Mrs. Martha Perr, 456
S. State St., in quarrel over cost of
sharpening pair of scissors. Was ar
rested. "Jimmie" Archer, Cubs' catcher,
released on $400 bond on charge of
assault. George Wolfson, rug manu
facturer, 1143 S. Albany av., charged
Archer with having attacked him at
game in West Side Park Tuesday.
Mrs. Anna Moser, 2845 Quinn St.,
attacked and beaten by two young
men in her home. Robbed of $440.
Edward Ryan, 70, 348 S. May st.,
fell into river from Rush st bridge.
Brick and frame building af 1652
Archer av. sunk two feet on one side
early this morning. Occupants slept
in police station. Foundations weak
ened by excavations in neighboring
Polise searching for doctor who
kidnaped Felix Bandewelle, janitor,
and took him to St Mary's Hospital
after seriously injuring him with
QUERULOUS QUERIES Q
Why is it that a banker on the
stage has muttonchop whiskers?
Why does the stage lawyer always
carry his papers in his hat? A real
lawyer never does that . i
Why is the stage reporter always i
distinguished by a big notebook? A
real reporter never carries one. I