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United Societies. Out for 200,000
Arthur Zella, Marshall Field & Co.
driver, held up hands with money in
them. Pooled robber.
Oak Park police drenched thermo
graph of public service company left
to test steam main. Thought it a
Judge Scully sent Matthew Bouzek
to jail for 90 days to change his out
look on life. Failed to support fam
ily. School board committee to report
Monday on Parker Sercombe's alleg
ed personal use of their stationery.
Six persons badly injured in va
rious places. Icy sidewalks.
Mrs. William Threadgill wants mar
riage annuled. Says occultism used
to force her into marriage. Husband
names 19-year-old boy as another
Three sons of Antoine Delfosse get
estate of father, contractor. Mother
left out and defeated in court
"Foolkiller," a submarine which"
sank 25 years ago in river, was raised
yesterday. Inventor sank with it
Judgment of $45 rendered against
Cap't Geo. Streeter for printing oi
City Clerk Siman betrayed bach
elor aldermen. Are ten of them.
Next year leap year.
Eighteen years of litigation over
$2,000,000 estate of Kasper Schmidt,
brewer, settled. Relativ.es quarreled
how money should be split.
Testimony being taken before mas
ter in chancery how state paid $5,273
for junket of legislators around to
Mayor Thompson revoked three
saloon licenses and restored one.
Week ago revoked seven and restor
Corporation Counsel Ettelson en
listed services of law school gradu
ates to work for city without pay.
Police hear that Dan Malloy, con
tractor, wanted as alleged swindler
of auto insurance companies, is held
SUBWAY ORDINANCE MAY BE
WRECKED IN VITAL PLACES
Subway ordinance urged by Aid.
Capitain, head of transportation
committee of council, will be wreck
ed in vital places if recommendations
of Aldermen Merriam, Buck and
Kennedy go through. Changes want
ed by these insurgents were brought
in to committee this afternoon.
Instead of "three engineers" for a
subway commission, the rebel alder
men want two engineers and one hu
man being, one "person."
Naming of the commission shall be
done not by Capitain's transportation
committee alone, but by that com
mittee "and the finance committee
Maybe it won't be a subway com
mission at all. Maybe it will be a
sunshine travel committee when it
gets done, according to the new re
commendations. Sec. 2 of ordinances
is amended to provide that commis
sion shall report on unified operation
6f surface and elevated lines and the
digging of a subway ''or any other
appropriate manner" of solving the
transit problem. Instructions are to
report on "any plan" instead of a
Capitain's ordinance said "com
missioners shall accept the valua
tions of the respective surface lines
as established under existing city or
dinances." In place of it, Merriam,
Buck and Kennedy want this: "Com
missioners may adopt such valua
tions of properties as they may deem
fair and just in accordance with
sound engineering practice."
Part 7 of Sec. 3 ordered commis
sion to report on "a financial plan
covering investments already made,
based upon present valuation of sur
face Hnes." This is crossed out to
read: "A plan for financing the pro
One more amendment calls for "a
report on the benefits of through
routing of steam lines and co-ordination
of surface and elevated service