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Yellow Cab Co. got another injunc
tion against yellow autos "infringing
on their reputation and good will."
Some reputatioTnsQwned by the
Shaw Co., which almost killed the
Anthony Comstock, New York vice
He set out to take some of the dirt
out of New York and did.
Dive owners and big biz wanted his
scalp and got it
Had a habit of grabbing obscene
literature even when itbelonged to a
Papers rapped City Pros. Harry
Miller for not cleaning blind pigs from
Delegation from suburb visited his
office. Scribes barred. Wonder why?
Policeman Crozier, Irving Park sta
tion, used club to poke cat Cat
wasn't a cat
Something in the wind about his
buying a suit of clothes.
HEALY FAILS TO GET RID OF HIS
Without letting his morals inspec
tor know what was going on, Chief
Healey yesterday asked the civil serv
ice commission to drop him from the
Heretofore the commission had
abolished a couple of eligible lists and
helped the chief get rid of some "su
perannuated" officers. So the chief
was greatly surprised when the board
refused to fire Morals Inspector Han
'na and returned his letter marked
Hanna's six months' probationary
period ended Sept. 21 and now he is
a full-fledged civil service employe.
"No politics in it," snapped the
chief. "I am not satisfied with the
Edward Racey and Joseph Geary
were the two commissioners who re
fused to fire Hanna. They notified
the chief that if he -wanted to oust
the inspector he would have to file
charges before the board.
"I haven't heard a word of criticism
against my department since I have
been in it," Hanna said this morning.
"I shall fight the actions of the chief
NEW GRAND JURY PROBE TO BE
MADE IN EASTLAND CASE
A new grand jury investigation has
been ordered 'by Dis't Att'y Clyne on
the Eastland disaster. The same
grand jury which returned the indict
ment will make the investigation.
They will inquire as to how some
freshly-broken concrete and some
newly-sawed piles have appeared on
the bed of the riher.
Diver Halvorsen is positive that the
piles and concrete were not on the
river bed when he made his last in
spection a few weeks ago.
Yesterday Edwin P. Sweet, ass't
sec'y of commerce, gave out a state
ment in St Paul, Minn., that piling
on the bottom of the river had caused
the disaster. Immediately following
this peculiar statement came the an
nouncement of Sec'y of Commerce
Redfield that he had ordered a new
survey of the river bed.
Halvorsen says somebody has
dumped freshly broken sidewalk con
crete and placed some piles on the
bottom of the river since the catas
trophe. Redfield left Chicago after he had
tried his hardest and failed to white
wash the officials of the boat com
pany and his own assistants from
blame for the disaster.
Sinister significance is placed on
the fact that this "bomb" was fired
on the eve of the grand jury indict
ments which were returned yesterday
after being held up for two weeks in
Federal officials yesterday saw
nothing unusual in this delay. 'It be
ing the vacation season and the first
accident of its kind in history, the
government was inclined to 'go slow,