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board of education to compel it to
allow probe of books.
Mrs. John Burke wants marriage
annulled. Didn't know sbe was mar
ried. Dixie highway to be opened at pa
geant today at Art Institute.
Federation of Labor and affiliated
organization told not to purchase
photo enlargements from Chicago
American. Are "scab" product.
Edgar Peterson and Lillian Jorgen
sen wedded in a hay-rick at W. North
Av. Boosters' ass'n carnival last night
Amelia B. Fletcher, who says she
wrote "After the Ball," held here as
Employes of Cook county banded
together to fight the new pension law
which is expected to go into effect
Stanley Zgersji thrown into north
branch of river at Webster av. bridge
for refusing to pay debt. Joseph Sy
Great Lakes aero station at Lake
Bluff closed for two weeks by gov
ernment order. Fleet maneuvers mayl
John H. Newman, 4643 Evans av.,
exhibiting to friends his new model
pay-as-you-enter subway and "L"
trains. Accidents impossible.
Police trial board dismissed charges
against Det Serg'ts Barry and Ryan,
who are alleged to have accepted
$500 protection money from "million
dollar burglar trust."
POLICE KEEP HANDS OFF OF
ELLEN GATES STARR
Miss Ellen Gates Starr, investigat
ing strike conditions, was standing in
front of Lamm's Peoria and Jackson
Police are afraid to arrest her, for
they dare not Miss Starr's connec
tions are too high. But they try to
heckle her. . '
"Why do you spend so much time
on the street here," a rough police
man asked her.
"So far as I can see, it is none of
your business," retorted Miss Starr.
Miss Starr remained on the street
while police roughly chased working
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP AND
YOU WONT HAVE TO CREEP
Biff! The Chicago Tribune today
slapped itself in the face again. But
it's better to slap one's face than to
pay a libel suit
The Trib binged its own cheek yes
terday when it explained with fancy
rhetoric that one of its want ads re
sulted in Stephen Gorecki, 1121 Noble
st, being swindled out of $5,000.
Hand it to the W. G. N., though its
clever writers almost succeeded in
making it appear that the Trib was
doing a favor in letting Gorecki be
swindled through its columns.
Today the Trib admitted that Dr.
Otto C. Schlack was not in the city
at all when the news was published
that Dr. Schlack had fled because his
name was tied up in 'an abortion
After the death of Anna Marie
Dimford, Rhodes Av. hospital, Dr.
Schlack's name was mentioned in
connection with the operation. Dr.
Schlack arrived in total yesterday
from Oklahoma. He produced a sheaf
of affidavits to show that he has not
been in Chicago since May 4, long
before the Dimford girl was operated
upon. All of that time he has been
traveling as head physician of a cir
cus. Admission that Dr. Schlack was out
of town when the abortion was per
formed and the story involving him
were in the Trib today, cleverly writ
YOU CANT GET AWAY WITH IT
Loop hotels that cater to high
toned trade may have to abandon the
idea that they can get away with
stuff that is not allowed by the police
in less pretentious places.
Franci Del Babbio, clerk New Mor
rison, and Alma Davisr clerk Victoria
hotel, were arrested for running jew