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Judge Cooper ordered St. Vincent's
asylum to produce J. J. Ebeler, 9, in
court. Parents say he was taken
Record tax crowd handed in $1,
500,000 taxes to county treasurer.
Auto clubs and ass'ns will appeal to
State's Att'y Hoyne to devise means
of recovering more stolen autos. Only
5 per cent of cars recovered. Insur
United Charities have map they
call "Black Blots on Chicago's Pair
Face." Blots are little dots of fam
ilies applying for aid.
County Treas. Stuckart says many
big corporations are patriotic enough
to pay their full taxes and have dis
regarded loophole offered by m. Mfr's
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
RnnriQP. 4:48: sunset. 6:46.
Chas. Buckley, 10, 822 Eastwood
av., dead. Hurt toy auto anven Dy
Mrs. John Page, 1526 Fargo av.
Rev. Paul Rader asked for police
protection for Mooay mission, ous in.
Clarks st Rowdies break windows.
Children played with matches in
Valparaiso hotel, 1600 N. La Salle.
Fir caused $4,000 damage.
Anthony Luszik and Mrs. Mary
Yokus brought back from Kenosha.
Michael Raimonda and wife Fran
ces held to grand jury. He robbed
her; she shot him.
Edmund Eddy, father of Delia Fox,
actress, thrown out of Briggs House.
Shoulder broken. No reason known.
Dr. Chas. Hatfield, New York, and
Dr. Victor Vaughan, Michigan, to
testify in municipal tuberculosis san
Mrs. Esther Bemis, 1641 Farragut
av., got divorce. Accused husband of
Mrs. Anna Edwards, 78, 5721
Throop, died suddenly. Cause un
known. Hale O'Reilly, 5649 S. Green, ar
rested on complaint of mother, tenth
time in year. Judge told her to quit.
Wilson Harris, negro policeman,
broke ankle in fall while inspecting
house of fire truck co. 11, 36th and
Nick Broscob, 116 E. 35th, bus boy
Hotel LaSalle, caused arrest of Fred
Meling, waiter. Says Meling threw
hot water on face.
Doris Cassel, wanted in New York
for alleged larceny of $1,856, refused
to go back. To make court fight.
Two men drove up to saloon at
1685 Milwaukee av. and took S3, pos
ing as federal sleuths.
Mrs. Norine Pench, 2259 W. Mon
roe, got divorce. SayB his husband
left her when she refused to give him
Clark st bridge to be closed Sun
day from 6 a. m. to 6 p. m. Repairs.
SAYS CAR CO. TRICKS POLICE
IN ACCIDENT CASES
The Btreet car company is using
trickery to fool the police in accident
cases, says Lieut Patrick Kelliher.
He says the company has its men in
structed to switch crews on cars
which have accidents and to hustle
the accident cars away with all the
While investigating the case of
Rose Welnburg, struck by a Taylor
street car at Paulina street, he says
that b.e discovered that in the time
it took a policeman to assist the girl
into a drug store the crew of the car
behind had driven away the accident
car with all the witnesses. As each
succeeding new car arrived the crew
switched to the car ahead.
The company admits the existence
of a "catch the car ahead" rule.
"This plan of changing crews is
merely one to keep traffic going, not
to fool the police," explained J. F.
Wilkie, vice president of the surface
Kelliher is anxious to take the mat
ter up with State's Att'y Hoyne and
announced that he would make an
effort to see him today.