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Lillian Feddeir, 19, 2835 Errieraltf
ar., another "victim of auto accident
in which driver didn't stop. Told po
lice number of machine was 111. 14,
489. Went home Unassisted.
Dr. Edward Luehr, 9141 Houston
av., obtained continuance until Feb.
17. Arrested on complaint of Anna
Klimasewski, 19, who charges he
Martin Hayes, ex-police captain,
died at .home, 2445 S. Wabash av.
More arrests expected as result of
raid made by police on house at 1101
S. Ttacine av., where dynamite and
"black hand" letters were found.
B. A. Dahlheimer, pres. Master Ba
kers' ass'n, sent resolution to Pres.
Wilsont asking that rigid 'embargo be
declared on exportation of wheat and
flour for, at least 90 days.
Marion Biel, Grace Bensbach and
Mrs. Edith Wells locked in Marshall
high school while holding meeting.
Rescued by janitor.
Howard H. Hanks' feed store, 4708
Wf 12th, destroyed by fire.
Great Dane dog escaped from ex
press truck at Halsted and Cornelia
sts. and killed two smaller dogs. Cap
tured. C S. Peterson elected president of
Chicago Progressive club.
THE WHEAT COST PROBE
More than 10 members of the Chi
cago Board of Trade were interview
ed by Dis't Att'y Clyne yesterday in
his probe for evidence against the
men who are suspected of attempt
ing to. corner the wheat market
For two months a quiet investiga
tion has been carried, on by the dis
trict attorney's office and many
startling' disclosures regarding , the
operations of certain members of the
Board of Trade have been uncovered.
Today other grain brokers and op
erators will be interviewed by Clyne,
who says he is determined to talk
with every member of. the board.
On the summonses issued are at-.
tached iaemoainda of .tteTqijesadns
which therecents will be .asked Re
garding tnenvreceat operations.
BEAUTY FROM SOU,TH jftVIERJCA
POPULAR. IN. WASHINGTON j ,,
Mrs. Fjrederiek M. Quintana, wife
of the hew counsellor of the Arge.
tin embassy t Washington, is-the
latest addition to the diplomatic set
and one of the most beautiful women,
it is said, in the-forelgn legation.