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movement by a rescued and restored
France. There is every reason to
believe he is right and that the direc
tion it will take will be toward greater
democracypolitical and industrial.
If thai is so, we call take hope, for
in no other way can the world pre
vent the return of this flood of horrors.
Three trainloads of Elks left for
annual convention at Los Angeles.
Only 9 fire alarms in 10 midday
hours yesterday. Low record for the
Police J. R. Hayes, on trail of ba
nana thief, slipped on peel; sprained
Mrs. M. D. Kitchen, 6206 Evans av.,
thought diamonds stolen. Police
found them misplaced in drawer.
Andrew Wiechecki dropped dead at
his saloon, 8458 Escanaba av., re
turning from christening of his baby.
Jos. Ryoztarezyk, 4323 S. Marsh
field, returned home, fell on stair and
"Tim" King, found dead, home of
T. G. Newbold, 3124 S. Michigan av.,
Saturday, died of heart trouble, says
J. F. Gardner, 3400 S. Ashland av.,
robbed. Gold watch, $15.
Mrs. Mary Ferry, 938 W. 50th,
asked police to look for daughter.
Went to Milwaukee with man Sun
day. J as McGuire, 6334 S. May, police
man Englewood station, accidentally
shot self in second finger.
W. L. Wiedeman, Harvey, asphyxi
ated while inflating toy balloons.
Anton Lula, 627 W. Taylor, fataily
hurt in fight with Mark Devito, 1042
W. Taylor. Devito disappeared.
Andrew Antelus, seriously shot by
Black Handers on Division st, re
fuses to give police information.
Fred Reggentina, 2110 W. 21st pi.,
confessed being auto bandit Named
three companions. John McKnight,
Jj., 753 Sebor, arrested.
Mrs. Ethel Smith Cline, Gary, for
whom Billy Rugh, crippled newsboy,
sacrificed leg and later his life in 1912,
is seriously ill.
Miss Elizabeth Clohesey, 18, 1932
Shelby ct., shot self in abdomen. Had
quarreled with sweetheart.
No action yet taken on expiration
of term of Dr. Theo B. Sachs as head , j
of Chicago Tuberculosis Institute. v
West Ravenswood ass'n assails
board of education for method in
handling its complaint against Esther
Morgan, principal Waters school.
Driver of car which struck Mrs.
Alice Church, 223 E. 31st, while
alighting from Indiana car at 22d, es
caped. Temperature of water 100 .feet
from shore at Wilson Beach 71 de
Mrs. Margaret Kienxie, 2358 In
diana av., and 3-year-old son badly
bruised. Hit by auto at Sheridan rd.
and Leland av.
Andrew Antelus, Otis and Division,
shot from ambush near home. Re
fused to talk.
William Mullen, John Clancy and
Patrick Reynolds injured. Auto ran
into rear of 22d st. car.
Auto of Geo. McKeehan, South
Haven, ran into another in Chicago
Heights. Both machines wrecked.
Occupants slightly hurt.
Four men arrested driving in stolen
machine. Harvey Stead, one of men,
armed with gun.
Joseph Marovec, jeweler, 1559 Cly
bourn av., left door of safe open.
$3,000 worth of jewelry stolen while
he was out.
Warden Allen did not curtail con
victs pleasures at Joliet yesterday. ()j
They had 6 boxing matches and a
First Cavalry, I. N. G., camp at Ft.
Sheridan, visited by 20,000 yesterday.
Gov. Dunne in Chicago to confer
over waterway commissioners.
May Brown, Chicago, leaped from
Valparaiso, Ind., hotel window. Leg