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cause they abused ten freshies who
came to school Wednesday against
Mrs. Harriet Mitchell, Blackstone
hotel, told police she lost $1,500 dia
mond ring left in room.
Elizabeth Batchelder, 10, of Chi
cago, died in San Francisco quaran
Rabbi Abraham Levy, Congrega
tion B'nai Abraham, dead. Funeral
Theodore Chidster, 1102 Wells,
broke spine and right leg when he fell
3 stories in air shaft.
George Foell exonerated by cor
oner's jury in death of James Crow
ell, struck by his auto on March 12.
Edward Westby got drunk with 50
cents judge gave him when he played
violin In court to prove it was his.
May given another court recital to
day. Verdict of accidental drowning re
turned over body of Harry Graylick,
whose body was found in river at
Einer Sorenson, 1012 N. Karlov av.,
set fire to peddler's balloons while
lighting cigar. Refused to pay dam
ages. Fined $2 by judge.
Dr. Adam Szwajkart, former mem
ber state board of health, took up
duties as head of county psychopath
Between 400 and 500 "bubbly"
fountains to be built over city. In
crease of 30 per cent
Pearl Silverman suing-Dr. A. Fah
nestock for $2,000. Pulled' wrong
tooth, she says.
Samuel Shields of Denver, indicted
with Farson Bros, for Colorado irri
gation failure, to give self up April 30.
Death of Anna Teichner, 5819 W.
Ohio, released Isadore Goldman, 1445
Campbell av., from bigamy charge.
Mrs. Susan Paradec, 83, seeking in
junction to prevent son George from
Body of man believed to be Joseph
Hopfer, whp was drowned when auto
truck ran into river Feb. 19, taken
from canal at Summit, ,
T MAYOR THOMPSON ARRIVES;
TALKS OF SCHOOL FUNDS
When Mayor-elect Thompson
swung off the train this morning he
was greeted by a crowd of reporters
and a storm of questions.
"I'm hungry," said he. "Wait till
"You want to know my cabinet ap
pointments," he replied to a tactless
cub. "I'm afraid I cannot make them
public until Monday night." Finding
it impossible to push his way through
the crowd he answered a few ques
tions. "Sure, I'm feeling fine," he said.
"I'm going to do a lot of work and
make a lot of stories for you fellows.
We probably will have the cabinet
meet one night each week, as it will
be impossible for the members all to
get together at the same hour during
"My first order to the new chief of
police Tuesday will be to clean up the
town. I have chosen a man who will
dp it" Here he halted and winked
"The thing I'm most worried about
at the present moment is -the short
age of school funds. It would be a
blot on my record to have the schools
close down for a day. If there is a
legal way to do it I am going to find
money to keep them going."
The mayor left for home to have
breakfast with Mrs. Thompson.
WOMAN PEACE CONFERENCE
GETS A JOLT
London, April 23. That proposed
Women's Peace Conference at The
Hague will not have participation of
Russian, French and British women
delegates loomed up as a strong pos
sibility. Russian and French govern
ments have already prohibited their
subjects taking any part in confer
ence. British delegates, already ap
pointed, have so far been unable to
arrange transportation, and unless
government interferes to convey
them to Holland they can take no
part in gathering.