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THE CROWN PRINCE AND HIS UNCLE MEET ,
This interesting photograph made at the German headquarters in the
Argonne forest, shows Prince Henry of Prussia, the kaiser's brother and an
admiral in the German navy, reading one of the reports of the action along
the German lines, while the crown prince, happy at the meeting with hiq
uncle, has laid an affectionate hand on the shoulder of the older man.
CHARGE LEGISLATORS WITH
Pickings have been eo easy in the
Illinois legislature that at the last ses
sion the members ran wild and
mulcted the treasury for dollars in
wholesale fashion is the charge
brought by the Legislative "Voters'
league, which has made a careCul in
vestigation of the way the solons
squandered the people's money.
this $1,922 was paid for railroad fare
in eight and one-half days."
Included in the charitahle institu
tion committee's expense account of
$5,296 is on item of $75 for a special
train from Chicago to Dunning. Dun
ning is on Irving Park blvd within the
Chicago city limits.
The educational visiting commit
tee spent $720 a day.
An attorney fee of $2,000 was voted
Chas. E. Woodward, says the league,
The league charges padding of i for drawing up a bill that was never
committee expense cc counts, especi
ally the expense accounts of junket
"The educational institution com
mittee, headed by Sen. Latham and
Rep. Hilton, spent $6,106.48," says
the report of the league, citing this
as an example of what it says wa3
the way of nearly all committees. "Of
even seriously considered by the le
There was no system in keeping
any bill expense accounts. Any scrap
of paper with some figures on was
cashed in for expense money.
Mrs. Alice Blaisdell, 635 N. Clark,
took drug to prevent maternity. Dead.
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