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ONE CENT -THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
MYSTERY IN GIRL'S DEATH
FOUND IN ROW BOAT
Mystery surrounds the death of
Miss Hazel Hall, 17, school girl
daughter of John Hall, prosperous
farmer of Shelby, Ind., who was
found dying in a rowboat afloat on
the Kankakee river.
Fishermen noticed the boat afloat.
When they came along side it they
found Miss Hall lying in its bottom.
She expired before the boat could be
brought to the shore. She made no
Miss Hall told her father yester
day that she was going to visit some
friends. Her hat was missing when
she was found. The authorities have
been unable to find out to whom the
BIG POLICE SHAKE-UP
The shake-up which has been ex
pected in the police department came
today when Chief Healey signed the
biggest promotion and transfer order
that has been issued in the depart
ment in several years.
Twenty lieutenants are involved in
the transfer, 25 patrol sergeants, 40
detective sergeants and 75 patrol
men. Seventee nsergeants will be
promoted to lieutenantships. Two
captains are said to be involved.
It was stated at the City Hall that
the cause of the shakeup was Mayor
Thompson's letter to Chief Healey
announcing that commanding offic
ers in all districts would be held re
sponsible foi violations of the Sun
day closing iaw.
Under the new order some of the
more important sub-stations in vari
out police districts will have two lieu
tenants. Two are company; three a house
Miscellaneous Employes' Ass'n for
Hotel and Restaurant Workers meets
8 tonight, 234 W. Randolph, and ev
ery Wed. night Night workers meet
there Wed. at 8 a. m.
Anti-Militarist league meets 8 to
night, Workers' Inst, 920 S. Ashland.
32d ward Socialists meeftonight,
718 W. 63d.
34th ward Socialists meet tonight,
Lawndale hall. Mr. Schwartz will
speak on "Socialist View of Patriot
ism." Housedress, Kimona and White
Goods Workers' union will hold mass
meeting, Thursday night, 1221 Blue
Island av. All workers in this in
dustry invited to attend.
Upholsters and Trimmers' union
will hold mass meeting for uphol
sters, Thurs., 8 p. m., 232 N. Clark.
All upholsters welcome to attend.
This union is charging no initiation
fee just now.
U. S. WILL PROTECT U-BOAT AS
Washington, July 12. The United
States will watch carefully and "he
deeply interested in" any action ta
ken by allied movements against the
great German submarine merchant
man Deutschland", a high administra
tion official said today. This official
warmly denied reports saving the
United States will ignore any pos
sible action by allied governments.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
dull. Price changes slight
Generally fair to-night and Thurs
day; somewhat cooler late tonight
and Thursday; winds mostly gentle,
variable. Temperature Tuesday;
High, 80; low, 7.