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certain time. Detectives on job all "
afternoon. Suspect jokers. '
Eugene Zidler, 16, 1128 N. Wood
St., swindled out of $1.85 by man who
asked boy to get him cigars while
he held change from purchases.
William Krohn, harbormaster,
South Chicago, freed on charge of
stabbing man in hand. Pleaded self
defensel No quorum at drainage board
meeting. Third time in three weeks.
"Members neglect duties. Board a
farce," says Trustee Clark.
Frank Ford, negro, and David
Goldberg, 17, being tried for murder,
changed plea to guilty. Killed ped
dler on lake front July 15.
George Koehnig, who gave Wil
liam Eisendorf, old friend, $9 for $16
bad check, discharged in court.
That Ernest Erickson, "bankrupt"
being held for $60,000 furniture swin
dle, was formerly burglar, his broth
er, John, testified yesterday.
Three boys arrested in barn at
1433 Belmont av. while cooking pork
chops. Charged with being bicycle
Engelwood police searching for
cripple who is attacking children of
that neighborhood. Mothers on look
out. Jury who tried case of Mrs. Eloise
Kennedy, owner of alleged baby farm
in Oak Park, tried on charge of con
tributing to the delinquency and neg
lect of children, discharged yester
day. Out 10 hours. Unable to get
Mrs. Lucy Duncan suing husband
for divorce because he threw money
at her. Also charges he threatened
to Mil her.
Zion City will not be vaccinated
as yet A rigid quarantine 'will be en
forced. Barrel of excelsior found burning
in basement of apartments at 6547
Minerva av. "Janitors' war" believed
Morris Wabsh gave Morris Seigel
his property for job worth $100 a day.
tWas getting accident cases against
street car companies. Petitioned
court to restore property.
David Wilson, lawyer, taken to Chi
cago state hospital last night after
hearing in insanity court Wrote let
ter proposing marriage to Margaret
Wilson, only unmarried daughter of
Principle feature of Nat'l Dairy
Show, now being held at stock yards,
is a noiseless milkman.
Ben Cohen, painter, Cleveland, O.,
arrested for wife abandonment Told
police he had married her posing as
count Was thrown out of 2d story
window when real identity was dis
covered. Came here. Pinched.
LA FOLLETTE FOR ROBINS
In a special signed editorial, Sen
ator Robert M. LaFollette in his
magazine this week comes out strong
for Raymond Robins for U. S. sen
ator from Illinois. La Follette says:
"Honest, brainy, industrious, reso
lute, no end of courage and physical
endurance, with every heart throb
for the man who is down that is
Raymond Robins. Everything was
against him. He was a coal miner.
Pick and shovel, shovel and pick, he
dug his way through to an education,
then to a place in the legal profes
sion. "Alaska challenged him. The peril
and the hardship called him most. He
faced it eagerly and won a fortune.
He has given recent years to a study
of economic problems as they bear
on human life, and to some of the
most practical social service rendered
the country. He has wonderful pow
ers as an orator, whether it be from
the pulpit, the political platform, ap
pealing to the better judgment of a
body of strikers or addressing a uni
"The state that elected Lorimer
senator may elect Sullivan, but it
would inspire every progressive Re
publican and every progressive Dem
ocrat with hope to fight on if it
should elect Raymond Robins to the
United States Senate."