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j. Meyerovitz, accuser's husband.
Meyerovitzes are separated.
Circuit Judge Smith ruled city re
volver permit ordinance illegal.
Pawnbrokers now selling guns with
out reporting sales to police.
Carlo Rozzi, 805 S. Racine av., at
tacked and shot by three men Tues
Traffic Policeman Owen McCar
ville, Madison and Franklin, risked
life to stop runaway team.
Mrs. Alice Brown, 1615 N. Wood,
granted divorce from Sam'l E.
Brown, contractor. Unnamed woman
accused. Mrs. Brown has alienation
suit against Ada Cox, "Mann act
Chicago Hebrew Institute, 1258
W. Taylor, to hold 7th annual baby
contest this afternoon. 400 entered.
Only 8,944 dog licenses issued in
June. In June, 1915, 17,774 licenses
Policeman Hyman Vanderhack,
35th st station, accused of miscon
duct by wife, and Officer DeWitt
Watson, Austin, accused of intoxi
cation, discharged by trial board.
Gideon Sybert, 3813 Nottingham
av., filed $25,000 suit against Max
Tauber, horse dealer, 1720 Milwau
kee av. Slander charged.
CALL LOEB MORE DANGEROUS
THAN GEN. CARRANZA
The Union Leader, official journal
of the car men's union of 14,000
, members, published on its front page
an editorial that classes school board
President Jake Loeb as more dan
gerous to American liberty than Car
ranza or any of the Mexicans.
The editorial, viewed with state
ment of Delegate John J. Bruce of
the car men's union in the Chicago
Federation of. Labor that Mayor
Thompson is backing Jake Loeb,
shows that the car men as a body of
voters are slipping out of the hands
of the Thompson-Lundin crowd.
The Union Leader asks: "Can Loeb
Make It Stick?" and says:
"Can Jake Loeb rob our public
school teachers of their American
rights and get away with it?
"Can this tyrannical tool of union
crushers oust from their jobs teach
ers who are so far superior to him in
intelligence that there can be no
"Can this insurance solicitor, who
sought asylum from the tyrannies of
Russia in a country whose constitu
tion guarantees liberty can this re
actionary trample underfoot every
principle which makes America dear
to the hearts of all of us?
"He can if we are craven enough
to left him.
"We send troops to Mexico to pro
tect the rights of our citizens. We
are insistent upon our citizen rights
on the high seas and foreign powers
have been made to understand that
we will protect our rights" anywhere.
"Are we to yield those rights in
Chicago to a domineering dictator?
Not if we are worthy of the spirit of
"Teachers with excellent records
have been ousted from our public
schools for no other reason than that
they have accepted their American
right to organize, to assemble, to
protest and to give utterance to their
opinions on matters affecting the
welfare of school children and them
selves. "Jake Loeb and his freedom-crushing
majority should be ousted and all
for-ward-looking citizens should
never rest until the job is done right
Oust this monarchial aggregation
from authority. Establish in this
city a school board that will har
monize with American institutions."
CLAIMS TWO MILLION ARE
STARVING IN MEXICO "
Eagle Pass, Tex., July 6. At least
2,000,000 men, women and children
in Mexico are on verge of starvation,
according to Jose F. Martinez, who
arrived here after traveling two
months in the southern' republic to
prepare a report on conditions for;
New York interests.