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finatcher Ptons which police siy
were to be used in raiding mail car
found in clothes.
Fire in 4-story building at 211 W.
S. Water, occupied by J. N. Adams,
commission merchants, caused $100,
000 damage. Tons of meat hurned.
Employees of city electrical dep't
who use own outos for work to get
$35 a month for upkeep. Formerly
got $7.75 a day.
Because of numerous escapes, or
der issued to drive patrol wagon con
taining prisoners into jail yard be
Rob't Mason, negro, sought by po
lice as possible slayer of Policeman
Quick payment of special assess
ments in ,Hyde Park and resulting
loss of interest, caused $53,000
Paul Hart, 19, student of Notre
Dame, asked annulment of marriage
to Jessie Huff. Says he married only
because girl's father threatened him
Fire from rubbish in alley caused
excitement In Stevens Bldg. Blame
Mayor Harrison investigating pro
posed reinstatement of former Police
GRAFT PROBE REACHES FAR
State's Att'y Hoyne has made good
his statement that his special grand
jury investigating police graft would
not confine its investigation to -Chicago,
but would probably return in
dictments against crooks and crook
chasers of other cities.
Louis Spiegel, a New York attor
ney, was indicted last night on a
charge of blackmail.
Frank Ryan, former member of the
clairvoyant trust, testified that Siegel
and a- New York detective now dead,
had extorted $2,900 fro mhim while
posing as aids of New York District
Att'y Whitman. They flashed forged
papers on him he said, and told him
that he would have to go back to New I
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THE LIGHT FANTASTIC
The war may cripple business,
And industry go lame,
But times will -still be piping
On Waltz street just the same.
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York on a bond-jumping charge.