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lice Chief Kipley, granted back lieu
tenancy after 16 years fight in court.
J. L. Jacobs, efficiency engineer of
civil service com'n., says corporation
counsel Beckwith "frowned on" in
vestigation in law dap't.
John Pool and Abe Jackson, arrest-
ed for peddling drugs. Turned over
Lieut. Col. Judson, U. S. Engineer
in Chicago, told Chicago Ass'n that
Chicago will be real seaport when the
harbor fs improved
MRS. YOUNG'S BUDGET BLOCKED
- Budget troubles for Mrs. Young,
sup't of schools, are not over. Al
though the finance committee 'had
passed upon the budget prepared by
her without any material cuts, John
J. Sonsteby, who was unable to at
tend the meeting, threw a bolt in the
machinery by declaring that the bud
get was not scientific.
Some time ago the board decided
that in future all budgets must not
ask for lump sums, but should show
to whom and for what the cash goes.
Mrs. Young's budget did not. Her
estimate got by the rest of the com
mittee, but when Sonsteby kicked
last night it was announced that she
might have to do her work over.
"Hobo" smoker will be held under
auspices of International Brother
hood Welfare ass'n and unemployed,
Saturday, March 5, at 411 Milwaukee
av. Smoking singing, wrestling exhi
bition and other features. Hobo cook
ing and refreshments. Admission free.
"New Zealand in a Nutshell" topic
f Walter Mills at Church of Re
deemer, Robey and Warren avs., Sun
day, 3 p. m.
Alumni meeting of Columbus
school to be held in school assembly
hall, Friday, March 12", 8 p. m.
Wheeling, W. Va. Following strike
conference Pres. John White declar
ed East Ohio coal miners strike is
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