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body of supremest importance it
should not only be elected by the peo
ple, but some means should be de
vised to make it responsive . to the
people's will. Why should not the
incompetent the people will have the
right to recall them. We all believe
in trial by jury and the recall is a
trial by a jury composed of the whole
people. Max Ginsburg.
Sunrise, 7:08; sunset, 4:57.
Elizabeth Dalton, paralytic mute,
was found yesterday in South Clark
police station. Had disappeared.
Wanted to see lawyer.
Anna Stearns, held to grand jury
on larceny charge and fined. $25 and
sentenced to 30 days in bridewell on
2 charges by loop hotels. Man who
lured, her to Chicago may be extra
dited from western city according to
Famous "De Luxe" book case to be
resumed when experts arrive from
Mayor R. D. Waugh, Winnipeg,
called on Mayor Thompson. Invited
him big game hunting.
Mrs. Eleanor Vick hurt returning
from Europe. Suing International
Mercantile Marine Co. for $10,000.
John Grier, 11, 7220 Normal av.,
broke ankle in Hamilton park gym.
Mrs. Violet Dixon suing Dr. Jas.
Nicholson for $10,000. Hit by his
W. B. Traynor, mgr. auditing dep't,
Swift & Co., told Interstate com'n
that his company had not dissolved
subsidiary transportation company.
Judge Lahdis to continue probe on
charge of woman who says she paid
$125 for $1,500 bond.
Haroldine Artist, 16, found with
relatives in Detroit Mother says es
tranged husband took her there.
Al Brown, former ass't receiving
teller of West Side Trust and Savings
bank, held for $300 embezzlement
Louis Garevanto, 60 E. Kinzie,
tried to suicide in river. Wm. Mur
phy jumped in after him. Both pull
ed out by bridgetender.
Coroner's office probing death -of
Herbert Barnwell, 14, who died after
eating smoked fish with catsup.
Eber Gotay, 4208 Prairie, put up
$500 peace bond to stay away from
widow he told judge he loved.
Harrison Tech. to house meeting of
Northwest Side citizens who want
Harry Brolaski, just back from
Mexico, declared there was less crime
in Mexico City than in Chicago.
Gary police took measurements
and photos of murdered man. To
send them broadcast in effort to get
Dr. Chas. Yerger's head stopped
fall of Alice McArthy, nurse in Deten
tion hospital, who tripped on stairs.
He's got concussion of brain.
Wm. Lyle, Nashville boy who po
lice say killed Patrolman Burke, says
he was with sweetheart at time of
murder. Won't tell girl's name.
First State Industrial Wage Loan
society say they saved 2,346 people
from loan sharks in 1915.
Aid. Merriam says Comptroller Pike
didn't pare budget down to income.
Accuses him of leaving out many
Anna Lee, fortune teller, being
beld. Geo. Sylvester of Chisholm,
Minn., says he lost watch and $41 in
A. & D. Clothing Co. of Terre Haute
caused arrest of Mrs. Jewell, 871 B.
63d, alleged to owe them $2.75 on
dress. Husband out of work.
Edwin Tracker, 40, cashier and
bookkeeper employed by Cosden &
Co., missing. Books show $10,000
shortage. Warrant issued for him.
Four rnonths after Capt Nootbaar
of 22d st. recommended closing of the
Blue Ribbon cafe, 2108 Wabash av.,
Chief Healey passed recommendar
tion. to mayor. License revoked.
Henry Boerner, saloonkeeper, 162
B. Austin, is author of fifth effort to
get saloons open on Sunday. Suing
mayor and Chief Healey.