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lie Davis suspended after charge two
girl prisoners that they acted unbe
comingly in their cell.
2,000 men employed to erect $3,
000,000 tin mills in Gary for manu
facture of sheet iron for warring
Thos. Flynn, motormatr Chicago av.
car, fractured skull of Patrick Garry
in fight Arrested. Cause unknown.
Henry Ford in Chicago on way to
fair. Refused to talk.
Mme. Selenka of Munich failed in
attempt to see Henry Ford about So
ciety for Phychological Study of An
, Al Sorgenfrei, 477 High, awoke
from operation in County hospital to
find wife has sued for divorce.
"Approaching chimneyless age,"
said E. W. Lloyd of Edison Co. to
Thomas Edison in Chicago to
night bound for Fair.
Chas. Luther, 71, x killed by own
auto. Cranked it Ran over him.
Council finance committee ap-.
propriated $400 for municipal wood"
yard to give "boes" work to earn
E. G. Foreman, banker, left estate
Chief Healey investigating to see
if some saloon gum slot machines are
Dominick Montrogesaro, Duluth,
arrested. To see if he was involved
in plot to blow up Italian consulate.
Possibilities' of train dispatching by
wireless will be discussed at meeting
railway electrical engineers, LaSalle
Mrs. Myrtle Kevil, 8223 Cahokia
av., dropped dead in home.
Harold Becker, 1152 E. 55th,
knocked down by auto John Mar
cussen, 7648 Langley av.
Residents Wilson av. region com
.plain mules employed on new water1
tunnel keep them awake braying.
U. C. IN AGAIN
The United Charities is going to
start another educational collecting
campaign. The $5,000 superintend
ent, of this organization which man
ages to spend 67 cents of every dollar
it collects on itself is going to tell the
people of Chicago what the work of
the U. C. is.
At the meeting of the board of di
dectors a gigantic program of "edu
cation" was discussed.
BOYS DECLARE FINGER PRINT
SYSTEM INVITES CRIME
Some of the wideawake boys of
Chicago have declared war against
the new system of finger printing all
boys brought into the boys' court.
The plan, is called a crime Inviter and
branded as absolutely unfair.
The finger print news reached Jack
Robbins, supervisor of the Boys'
Brotherhood Republic, and the fol
lowing telegram was immediately
sent to Ralph Goodman, mayor of the
"Call special council meeting to
protest against the finger-print sys
tem just established for boys in the
juvenile court. The republic stands
for prevention of crime. The new
system Introduced by Judge Olson
invites- crime. Employ legal aid if
necessary to fight this injustice to
Goodman has called such a meet
ing to be held at 920 Ashland blvd.
PUPIL WHIPPING QUESTION TO
GET A TRIAL TODAY
The old question of the right of a
teacher to whip a pupil will be
thrashed out in court today.
R. L. Sandwick, principal of the
Highland Park high school, will 'ap
pear today in answer to a warrant
signed by Mrs. Theresa Bodner, who
says her son, John, 14, was -beaten,
for an infraction of School rules.
John told his mother that when
he left the school grounds at the noon
recess against the rules of the prin-i
cipal he was taken to the offices of
the school and chastised Sandwick;