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gas. One child dead. Said she had
been nervous. Revived.
Sylvia Hilbert, 9, 7915 Ridgeland
av., struck by negro on head with
club. Screams frightened him away.
$125,000 pay boost being distrib
uted to "L" employes. West Side men
paid today, Oak Park Monday.
Chief Justice Olson, municipal
court, wants farm colony for feeble
minded boys and girls.
Jeanette Peck suing E. M. Flaher
ty, son of head of local improvements
board, for $25,000. Says he failed to
Woman's Bar Ass'n of III. favors
women prosecutors in public offices.
Norman Harris have Northwestern
"U" new hall and $50,000 to keep it
Ella Flagg Young shook hands
with 3,000 who visited her reception
in Art institute.
Chas. Roland, who signed bail for
Capt Streeter, held. Property he
signed for wasn't his.
Mrs. Lorena Doe, reported missing
Thursday night, found by lake:
Highland Park, home of Chicago'
millionaires, trying to make money.
Considering selling waste paper
found on streets.
Mrs. "Billy" Sunday in Chicago to
arrange for '17 revival.
Council building committee order
ed ordinance be drawn granted un
licensed movie operators to give
shows with inflammable, film.
Close clinches in dancing will not
be allowed by Dean Potter, North
western "U," hereafter.
American Medical Ass'n. Journal
pleas that lives of defective or mal
formed infants be saved.
"U. of C." settlement gets land
worth $25,000 from recent wills of
Jas. Casey, insurance agent, 714
N. Karlov av., died in bed. Thought
Next week is proclaimed "Disease
Prevention Week" by Mayor Thomp
POLICE IDENTIFIED SLUGGERS
BUT DIDN'T CATCH 'EM
Detective Serg't Edward Tuohy is
to face charges before police trial
board of civil service commission if
plans of Aid. Robert M. Buck go
through. Tuohy wouldn't show his
star or give his name to people he or
dered off the streets near the Kup
penheimer shop Wednesday.
Detective Serg't Sloier working di
rectly out of Deputy Schuettler's
office yesterday gave the newspapers
a story about 20 sluggers "hiding in
shrubbery on Marshall blvd."
"As we approached in our ma
chine," said Sloier, "the sluggers
leaped out and scattered fleeing south
along the boulevard." At 25th sL and
south of that point the men fled
through passageways and yards and
got away. They were lying in wait
for employes of B. Kuppenheimer &
"We recognized five of the men as
sluggers who have been arrested a
number of times during the strike,
and we recognized one of the men as
a man who was arrested only a few
weeks ago on a charge of robbery and
turned out on a bond."
Aid. Buck was shown this state
ment of Serg't Sloier. This was his
"For real police pig-headedness
this is one of the richest things I have
ever seen. The supposed sluggers
were on foot The police were in a
swift-running motor car and got
close enough to them to identify their
faces. And yet all twenty of the mys
terious sluggers got away. If Serg't
Sloier is correctly quoted in the pa
pers he is self-convicted of incompe
tency." o o
Two dead and ten wounded as aL
result of a battle between Bulgarian
and'Serb miners in United States.
War coTespondents should "see
Jack Pickford has joined the Selig
1 forces at LosAngeleSj
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