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the Democratic- patronage left in the
hands of Sen. Ham Lewis there is
a chance of something doing very
Judge Carpenter is particularly
peeved, it is reported, over the crowd
ed state of Circuit CoTlrtof Appeals
. ""Lewis plugging for the appoint
ment 6f'W. A. Doyle for the place.
WILL FIND FLIRT'S NAME.
Judge Graham, aroused by the pro
test of clubwomen over the fact that
the name of the millionaire arrested
for flirting with Mary McKinney, 9,
was .kept secret, today began an in
vestigation and said he would an
nounce the man's name.
The man, who gave the name of
"John Jones," was arrested two days
ago. When arraigned in Judge Gra
ham's courtroom he was discharged.
He was not compelled to give his
name, although he is said to have
been a member o fthe South Shore
Several women's organizations
have taken up the matter.
o o r
BITS OF NEWS
Thieves took auto of Judge Sulli
van from Hotel La Salle. Judge at
tending reception to Judge Rooney
Pat McCarthy, cop at S. Hamlin
avJ station, had both legs broken by
auto at 26th and California av. Driver
Bernard Riffman sent to pen from
1 to 10 years for diamond thefts.
Copped sample jewelry cases.
Schiller "L" station robbed. Two
bandits gor $18 froin agent, John
PROBE KIDNAPPING CLUE
The police, were startled into ac
tivity today when Mrs. Anna Polon
gino, wealtBy Italian widow, 640 W.
Grand av., mother of Anna, 14, who
disappeared Oct. 17, informed that
she' had received a telephone call in
which a man told her he would return
the girl for $500,
Harfford, Ark. Fire of unknown
origin caused $500,000Joss in busi
ness district here.
Atlantic City, N. J. 1,000 men
fighting forest fire raging over terri
tory 25 miles long; $60,000 damage
London. Birmingham has taken
up the manufacture of mechanical
toys, and Liverpool will supply "Ted
dy bears," which Great Britain has
hitherto imported by millions from
Washington. Appeal to judges to
sentence negroes to church instead
of jail for wrongdoing sent to judges
in seven states by Nat'l Colored Bap
tist Evangelical Alliance.
New York. Cotton Exchange will
open for business Nov. 16, according
to board of managers.
Washington. Sunday baseball de
clared illegal in District of Columbia
in opinion of Justice Charles H. Robb
of the Court of Appeals. He de
clared "baseball is out of harmony
with the atmosphere of Sunday."
Indianapolis. Coroner Durham
ordered autopsy to determine cause
of death of Walter S. Rankins, found
dead in saloon.
San Diego, Cal. Capt. Goodhue,
aviation corps of U. S. army, and
Aviator Glenn Martin injured in
' Bar Harbor. With 2 U. S. torpedo
boats acting as her escort, North
German Lloyd liner Kronprincessin
Cecile left here for' Boston.
New York Search being made for
Richard Von Krebs, New Brunswick,
N. J., madman who killed Mrs. Henry
Rheil and shot her husband.
HELD FOR KILLING MAN.
Father John 'Mullin, Holy Rosary
church, waB yesterday held to the
grand jury for the killing of Thomas
Patterson, Illinois Central ticket
agent, .Hillside, 111. The coroner's
jury recommended that a commis
sion be appointed to examine into
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