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ed by Hyde Park "Blue Book" bur
glar. Disturbed and left plunder on
Horace H. Dixon, former Chicago
man, made lieutenant in the royal
naval brigade of Great Britain.
Dugout, home of four "boes" at
44th st. and Lake, raided by police.
Had been stealing provisions from
Serg't McCarthy, 50th st. station,
was told friend was locked up and
wanted to see him. Went to station.
Willie Buck, 4, no home, locked up.
Was a goat
Lieut. Hutchison, So. Chicago sta
tion, recommended to First Deputy
Scheuttler that charges be preferred
against Matron Buttimore. Alleges
Dr. Robert T. Gillmore chosen pres.
of Chicago Gynecological Society at
39th annual meeting at Hotel Sher
man. Moy Sing, Chinese laundryman,
6422 N. Clark St., fined $200 by judge
on charge brought by Andrew Boylie,
16, 6558 N. Clark st.
, Anthony Mertinez. 3628 federal st.,
arrested for carrying two suitcases
filled with clothing. Mrs. Clara Stew
art, 4354 Calumet av., later identified
articles as hers.
Leo Kohn, amateur "wild man,"
arrested for begging. Released on
Five men arrested in "crap game"
when basement of Michael Clark's
poolroom, 200 N .Clark st., was raid
ed. $7 and dice on table.
Secretary of State Harry Woods,
late suicide, left estate of $8,000 to
wife and 3 daughters.
Case of John Morton, held for two
weeks as accomplice of "Count von
Pluttzen," who jumped in lake, con
Dr. Louis Rosenberg, 6000 Mich
igan av., arrested by Stephen Butter
worth, butcher, 204 E. 61st St., for
passing alleged worthless check. Dis
charged by judge. No prosecution.
M. A. MacGibbon lived at Chicago
Beach Hotel last summer. Posed as
wealthy business man. Left after
passing bad checks. Arrested in Port
Watchman for Foell Supply Co.,
331 W. 22d pi., tied and gagged by
robbers. Worked all night on safe.
Couldn't open it.
FRENCH WOMAN SAVES AIRSHIP
Paris, Oct. 9 (By Mail to New
York). How a French aeroplane
was saved from the Germans by a
woman is described by wounded sol
diers returning from the Arras dis
trict. The wife of a. French officer, who
with her husband is keenly interested
in aviation, was watching for the lat
ter's return from a scouting expedi
tion when she espied a biplane com
ing from the front. Through her
glasses she saw it suddenly sway
and descend rapidly.
Suspecting that the aviator was in
trouble, the officer's wife obtained
permission to drive out in an auto
mobile to the spot. She found on
arrival tha tthe pilot had been wound
ed in the left arm and had fainted
from loss of blood immediately after
Knowing that German patrols were
within a few miles, the plucky wo
man instructed her chauffeur to
drive the wounded man back to town.
Then she took charge of the aero
plane, flying it to the aviation camp
some ten miles distant.
RECALL FAILS IN COLORADO
Denver, Col., Oct. 17. The first at
tempt to recall a city official since
the recall law went into effect in Den
ver -several years ago has failed, com
plete returns showed today.' Alexan
der Nisbet, commissioner of public
safety, whose recall was sought on
the charge that he had been lax in
law enforcement, was re-elected in
yesterday's balloting. His plurality
over Sidney Eastwood, his nearest
competitor, on first, second and third
choice votes, was 6,830i