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fihot and wounded. Geo. DaulsonJ
535 W. Chicago av., accused.
Six people hurt in auto crash at
IH.. naval reserves finished two
weeks lake cruise.
Mrs. Minnie Borger, 718 W. 72d,
diedof illegal operation, says coro
Jos. Kinsley, 17, Clinton, la., and
Jack Robinson, Central hotel, arrest
ed on charge of stealing dog.
Vincenzo Rossi, 1200 S. Racine
av., shot and killed. Louis Tryden
Judge Scully to decide whether
women voters must tpll ages.
Sixteen autos stolen yesterday.
MARGARET HALEY HITS AT
JAKEY LOEB AGAIN
Once more the charge that "Sup't
Shoop was to be canned" because he
wouldn't "go along with" Jacob
Loeb's majority and make it more
easy for the president of the board
of education tp gef nd of certain
teachers was slammed at LOeb by
Margaret Haley, business agent of
the teachers' union. She spoke yes
terday at a meeting of the Woman's
Trade Union league.
Mrs. Ida Fursman, head of Teach
ers' Federation, said that she thought
Loeb was not fit to be a member of
the board of education, let alone the
GENTLEMAN ROBBER WORKS
NEAT GAME ON WOMAN v
At least one of two men slipped a
neat robbery game over on a- woman
companion early this morning. Anna
Coates of Memphis, Tenn., was found
by an officer standing on the curb at
59th and Ellis at 2 a. m. this morn
ing. When questioned she told about
two men who had been on a taxi
cabaret tour with her and a Mrs. Ida
Golf, 917 Fullerton pkwy.
The two men, who were met at
Benton Harbor, said they were stock
brokers, -according to Anna Coates.
After a taxi ride one of the men. com
plained of being sick. He got out of
the taxi and asked Mrs. Coates to
keep his roll and a diamond stickpin
for him. As he put them in her pock
etbriok he retained it and then beat
it for another taxi. He never return
ed. Diamonds to the value of about
$2t000 were in thepocketbook, ac
cording to the woman's story. Police
are- looking for Mrs. Golf. They be
lieve she may have been "stung" the
MAY PUT CRIMP IN BAKERS'
PLAN TO RAISE BREAD
The attempt of our crowd of hign
brow bakers to slap a little more to
the cost tff bread may not be so suc
cessful as they thought State's Att'y
Hoyne, U. S. Att'y Qlyne and the city
council will conduct a three-cornered
quiz. Between them, the bakers
may be stopped.
From Aid. W. 0. Nance came a
concrete statement of what the' bak
ers could expect. Hb said thej could
not raise the price of bread or lower
the weight of the loaf because this
food was regulated by city ordi
nance. If there have been some
cheats, he says, evidence will be giv
en to one of the prosecutors.
"The big bakers hid behind the plea
that the little bakers were having a
hard time living because ofrthe higb
price of bread. Their talk of ralslngi
the price is now supposed to be a
press-agent campaign, paving the
way for a price-boosting attempt
ARMOUR STRIKERS ASK SAME
MONEY OTHERS ARE GETTING
At the Armour & Co. packing plant
in the stockyards 125 steamfitters
and helpers are on strike. The men,,
want 40 cents per hour for fitters and;
25 cejits per hour for the helpers.
They also ask time and a half to
overtime and on Sundays.
The strikers claim that in the Ar
mour glue factory worKers are get
ting the rate they are asking for, 40;
and 25 cents per hour. They want,