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-GRAFT CHARGE CORROBORATED
IN POLICE TRIALS
Ed McCabe, the third member of
the "clairvoyant trust," took the
stand against William' Egan and Wal
ter O'Brien in the police graft trials.
McCabe told of one ocfiasion when
he was released after being pinched
on the payment of $500. Barney
Bertsche, fixer, made arrangements.
That victims of the swindling trust
often swore out warrants for "clair
voyants" and these warrants were
not served was claimed by the state.
Tokio. Count Okuma, Japanese
premier, has tendered resignation of
himself and his cabinet Emperor is
considering Okuma's action and has
not yet accepted resignation.
Washington. President has com
muted to life imprisonment death
sentence against James Wapoose,
Menominee Indian, who in fit of jeal
ousy, killed Indian girl on Wisconsin
Visitor (to jitney driver) You are
the most remarkable man I have ever
met You haven't yet assured me
that this is the garden spot of your
Gustave Kratz, 7313 Kenwood av.,
jeweler, arrested in Jackson park.
Witnesses say he intended suicide.
Relatives of Edward Doyle sought
by Cap't O'Brien, detective bureau.
Doyle dead in Yuma, Ariz.
Auto of R. J. Dunne, son of gov
ernor, knocked down Rudoph Zoller,
70, 1503 N. La Salle. Injuries slight
C. P. Dunlap, New York salesman,
had pockets picked of $76 on Madi
son street car.
Mary Bishop, 1012 N. Clark, swal
lowed poison. ' Dead. Reason un
known. Property owners along Randolph
st between Desplaines and Sanga
mon sts. ask reduction in valuations
by board of review.
Four-week-old boy found in Doug
las park. "O. B. S." on blanket Tak
en to Foundlings' home.
May Wright, 511 E. 29th, got war
rant for Joseph Coleman. Gave him
$2,000 on promise to marry.
Joseph Zatobocky, 221 S. Homan
av., exonerated in death of Elizabeth
Anesti, 5, run over by milk wagon.
James Quirk, negro, arrested with
pocketful counterfeit coins. Says
given to him by another.
Six runaway boys who left Ham
mond, Ind., to go west arrested in
box car at 95th and Western av.
Lewis O'Connell, 4432 Drexel blvd.,
freed on charge of kidnaping own,
Woman aided three men who raid
ed garage of Dr. J. W. Miller, 114 E.
52d. Got auto supplies.
John DuBarry held to grand jury
on $3,000 swindle. D. E. Baker,
Traer, la., lumber man, complained.
London. Successful retaliatory
submarine warfare by French against
German reported. Damage done in
harbor of Zeebrugge, held by Ger
mans, by French undersea craftj
French boats have destroyed German
vessels in harbor, in some cases witb.
loss of life,