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letin sent out of heavy storm ap
proaching down the lakes.
Fred Hubert, 3608 Indiana av., died
of lockjaw. Unable to open mouth
last two days.
Capt Streeter's cases continued
in Desplaines st court
Parents of V. Nushardt, 11, suing
Mrs. Marie Koldat for $10,000. Her
dog bit him.
Civil service com'n busy fixing plan
b ywhich 50 per cent cut in inspec
tion force will be made.
Pat Murphy fined $200. Used
wooden leg to smash window.
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ANOTHER DEFECTIVE BABY
LET DIE, UNAIDED
Another defective baby was let die
yesterday at German-American hos
pital. Little Grace Werder, three
days old, passed on to her maker
after her death sentence had been
pronounced by her father and moth
er and the doctor who ushered her
into the world.
"You are defective," they said. "Go
back to the one who made you."
A slight operation could have
saved the baby's life, but had it lived
it would have been an imbecile, the
doctor said, so they let it die.
The father, Julius Werder, lives at
4646 N. Hermitage av.
Within the next 10 days Dr. Harry
Haiselden will be tried before the
ethical committee of the Medical
Society for his conduct in the Baby
Bollinger case. The charge is that
he acted in an unethical manner in
getting so much advertising from the
Baby Bollinger case. If he is found
guilty he will be expelled from the
PROPOSED LAW IS AIMED AT
A death blow for disorderly hotels
was prepared at the meeting of the
National Congress of American Ho
telmen last night It remains to be
seen whether or not the blow will be
J. K Blatchford, Chicago hotel
man, prepared the knockout drops
for tie bawdy hotels by proposing a
state law making it a misdemeanor
for any one to register at a hotel un
der an assumed name.
If every one had to register under
his own name, it is argued, there
would not be somany men stopping
at shady hotels with women not their
for a woman to be legal advisor
to the federal comptroller of the
treasury, And she's one of the clev
erest women lawyers in the Unitedk
States, is Miss Clare Greacen, ac
cording to Comptroller W. W. War
rick. She's a veritable Portia. Day
after day she untangles the legal
puzzles in all the affairs that come
up to the treasury department for
Passing an examination as a ste
nographer, she was assigned to the '
treasury department, studied law at
night and was finally admitted to the
bar. Now she holds the most impor-:
tant position in the legal advisory
corps of the treasury,, departments