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confessed that he and another plan
ned safe blowing when collection at
Free Thought meeting one night to
taled only 30 cents.
Jas. O'Hara, 1109 Wells, asked
Judge Hopkins to send him to Bride
well so he could stop drinking.
Brooklyn att'y in New York news
paper article calls Chicago municipal
courts most efficient in co'untry.
Sergt Wm. Haedler, Woodlawn sta
tion, chased auto patrol through loop
after car on which Mrs. C. J. Lavis,
West Allis, Wis., had left purse. Got it
J. L. Marks, traveling salesman,
protested that $350 worth of furni
ture in flat, 5711 Michigan blvd., had
been assessed $45,000. Reduced to
Daisy, 5, daughter Sam Wong, 503
S. Clark, one of wealthiest Chinese
in city, believed kidnapped.
Edmund Meissner, 128th and Calu
met river, put gun barrel to head,
pushed trigged with toe. Funeral to
morrow. Orders given coast guard stations
that women must not answer phone
except in case of emergency.
Miss Sadie Lukipz, 4107 64th av.,
won beauty contest St. Pascal's
R. R. Conklin, traveling, New York
to San Francisco in $100,000 auto
land yacht, couldn't get, into Chicago
because of low bridge. Will ship ma
chine to Reno.
Mrs. Irene Holz, 1450 Monroe, mar
ried less than year, took poison. May
Municipal pier will be finished by
' "Jakesby has-made a fortune in the
manufacture of baby perambulators."
"Very Jikely. Jakesby always was
a man of push." St Louis Times
They got two ministers to kiss at
that Friends of Peace convention, but
nobody kissed Bryan, although that
Kansas fanner proved that Wm. was
a most kissaple person. ' -
ANGLO-FRENCH LOAN IS ABOUT
READY FOR SETTLEMENT
New York, Sept 21. Arrange
ments appeared to be nearing cbm--pletion
today for consummation of
Two important details on which the
commission and the bankers were ndt
in harmony have been settled, it-is
understood. The proposition-of buy
ing war munitions with proceeds of
loan of half billion dollars or more,
will not be pressed by the commis
sioners. Believe that with credit se
cured for other commodities there
will be no difficulty in securing muni
tions. It hasalso been decided that much
of actual cash will not leave banks
immediately, and possibly not at all.
Plan is to have each bank make book
entry of amount which it will con
tribute to loan and credit this to New
York banks financing it Small'
amounts of this may be called for on
pro rata basis, but this will flow back
into banks as fast as spent
r It is planned to call for perhaps 25
per cent of loan at outset This wilLj
save interest charges to allies' gov-4
ernments and will prevent any strain,
on American finances. Further sums
will then be called for later. Sug
gested that notes carry conversion,
feature, which will permit them -to
be turned into long-time government
BRYAN TO SEE WILSON
Washington, Sept 21. W. J. Bryan '
will see President Wilson at noon
Wednesday, it was announced at the-
white "house today, which is taken to
dispose of talk of any break between
the two men.
Fashion spells the new trimmings
with a capital B braids, buttons,
beads and braids are the most pop
ular of the three. 'The new serge tai
lored suits 'are invariably braided in
black, and even the little turbans are.
piped or banded with shiny- blacky