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In home at 3031 Greenview av was
Mrs. Percy Elam visited by burglar
who has robbed practically every
apartment in flat building at Drexel
ay. and 42d pi.
Mrs. K. Tsaltas firing Mrs. Hulda
Johnson for $50,000. Jaw was brok
en when boiler exploded in flat own
ed by Mrs. Johnson.
Four more physicians and drug
gists arrested in Dis't Att'y dyne's
crusade against alleged violators of
Harrison anti-narcotic act
Morals commission asking West
Madison st merchants how they
would clean up district of hoboes.
Police campaign failure.
"New chief of detective bureau to
have chance to make himself fa
mous," mayor said yesterday. "We
want another Scotland Yard in this
Friends believed to have kidnapped
A. Lunardi, Highland Park leper. Po
lice warned to watch for him.
Mrs. Maggie Nightengale, 1427 N.
Clark, arrested for beating up hus
band and brother-in-law. Felled both
Screams of Rebecca Phiedie, maid
employed by Evanston family, scared
away mail who attempted to attack
her in back yard.
Flat of Edward Felsenthal, 5111
Drexel av., entered. Goods worth
Three employes of Blackstone hotel
arrested for stealing articles from
rooms of guests. $8,500 worth of
Mother's league to sell flowers to
day for mother's emergency fund.
16 men and 3 boys arrested in raid
on poolroom of Nick Titzo, 4823 Fed
eral st. Beer being sold.
Clock which hung on walls of the
Maxwell station for 20 years being
repaired. Stolen. Recovered. Un
claimed. Tony Lombardi fined $100 for car
Police searching for Mrs. M. J. I
Conerty, 6525 S.. Marshfield, and 5- i
year-old daughter. Relatives think
she will suicide.
Edward Murray, 1630 Wells, fell
and broke leg. Cursed carpenter's
strike. His leg was wooden.
Mass meeting to be held in Powers
theater Sunday to protest against ex
ecution of Leo Frank.
Joseph Koncel, 2745 Millard av., ar
rested for refusing to support wife
and 3 children. Is municipal court
Wolf Walter was speeding to den
tist to have tooth pulled. Arrested.
Judge discharged him
Wilbur GTVoliva to open campaign
for more believers in Chicago tomor
row. To tour Illinois.
Six real estate experts, employed
by Harrison administration to assess
property along boulevard link route,
Dr. Clemenson, advocate of out
door swimming pools, made chair
man of subcommittee of school board
on swimming pools.
Two robbers chased away from sa
loon at 1900 S. Washtenaw av. Later
returned and were arrested.
COUNCIL TO TAKE UP FIGHT FOR
HOME RULE BILL
A special council meeting has been
called for next Monday to pass reso
lutions asking that the legislature
push through the "home rule" public
utilities bill. The council wishes to
go on record as favoring the meas
ure before it comes up down state
for a vote.
Mayor Thompson has declared
plainly for the law, which would give
the council and mayor more power
over public utilities. He expressed -v
the opinion that the commission form J
of government is better than the ex-
isting rule with the public utility con
trol in the hands of the state.
Uplifter I can see good in all
Pat Can you see good in a fog?