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PUZZLE! WILL BLACK JACK GUM
THINGS UP IF HE RETURNS?
Jack Johnson, the black champion,
is yearning for the chicken dinners
in Chicago's black belLHe is, not
finding life abroad during war tfines
any too happy and his friends have
OBAged negotiations with U. S. Dis't
Apr .Clyne at Chicago find out
jagpwhat will happen teJbtason ifi
he (tomes back and, tkrcrwa, hfiageK'
o& the mercy of the federal cewrt
Johnson is facing resentence on
three charges of violation of the
Mann white slave law and retrial on
two others. Clyne said that he made
no promises. The federal govern
met is still attempting to collect the
$li,P00 which was jumped by John
sqb when- he fled to Europe.
KICK AGAINST CAR LINES
The local transportation commit
tee of the council has recommended
that the city file suit against the Chi
cago Surface lines for failure to re
route the 16th st car line as they
wre ordered by the council Aid.
Toman protested against the delays,
saying that the residents of his ward
were up in arms against the com-jfay.
CARTER UPHOLDS FIELD & CO.
Supreme Court Judge Carter yes
terday upheld the validity of the or
dinance granting Marshall Field &
Co, the right build a subway under
the street, mentioning, in particular,
that under Washington st The 'case
was appealed from the circuit court
by Marshall Field & Co.
SCULLY'S PLAN PRAISED
County Judge Scully yesterday
received a letter from the. Young Peo
ple's Civic league, endorsing his plan
to have American flags displayed at
the booths on election day. Sugges
tion was made to have the flags also
displayed on public buildings and the
homes of tfag peoples
'Onpeeuft of th' real war is tjat
haven't heard much chatter
out what we done in Cuba."
BITS OF NEWS
John Hogan, 28, 1401 N. Fairfield
av., found with skull fractured. Po
lice suspect assault.
Albert Gehan, 22, 415 N. Clark st,
actor, and Nicholas Lamprinos, 20,"
waiter, fought Locked up.
Frank Ramsey, 811 Washington
blvd., shoemaker, bitten by cat believ
ed to be rabid.
Baby born "dead" to Mrs. Emil Bo
kral, 15 S. Morgan. Brought to life
Police investigating $2,000 robbery
of Western Savings bank, 618 N.
Western av. Auditor calls fase
CHICAGO GRAIN. Corn, wheat
and oats up. Provisions steady.
Wheat closed at 1.61.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Trading
dull; prices. fluctuated.
Twelve thousand miles of navi
gable waterways are offered by tie
NJte-and its tributaries.
Increasing cloudiness and warmer
tonight, with temperature slightly
abbve the freezing point; Friday
probably showers and warmer, fresh
southeasterly winds.. Temperature
Wednesday: Highest, 39; lowest, 32.
Entered as second-class matter April
21 ,191 4, at the postoffjce at Chicago,
III., under the Act of March 3, 1879L
By Mail, Except in Chicago,$3 a Year