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committee of aldermanic transporta- frauded British government out of
uon committee. Nothing done.
Com'r Mason heard testimony on
extradition of Thomas Kelly, Winni
peg contractor alleged to have de-
Joseph Gilmartin, arrested for mas
querading as woman, tried to suicide
with gas at 2138 Haddon av.
ENCOURAGINGA GROUP OF HIS
GENERALS AT THE FRONT
i he kaiser (arrow) frequently meets his officers on different fronts
and discusses the campaign with them, and at the same time shows his
sympathetic side by encouraging them and expressing joy at their success.
MAY PASS SCHOOL TRUSTEES
Sheldon Clark and Rev. J. P.
Brushingham will probably be de
clared eligible for school trustees in
an opinion being prepared by the city
law department. Objection has been
raised that the two have not resided
in Chicago the last five years. The
law department is expected to rule
the five-year requirement inapplica
ble because of conflict with other
provisions of the law
WOULD ORGANIZE BOYS
An attempt to organize a union for
working boys between the ages of 14
and 18 is being made by D. Cava,
910 S. Hermitage av. Cava's hours
are so uncertain he asks interested
boys to write instead of calling in
Women prisoners of Bridewell are
being taught beauty parlor tricks to
better their morals
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