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NEWSOF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wm. 0. Pettit, St Joseph, Mo.,1
-wants police to find his wife, Effie,
and Bob Matties. Wife has two right
Mrs. Michael Garalivora, 1942
String, hurt by auto of Robert
Dortch, 3734 S. State.
Gustave Schwartze, 82, 2107 Bis
seH, found dead; Gas.
South Shore Safety league will de
mand that L C. protect grade cross
ings. ,- Police raided bumboat at mouth of
river. Liquor sold is charge.
Aid.,. John J. Coughlin against
changing name of Clark st to Broad
way. Threearmed robbers got $140 from
saldon of Max Wallack, 6058 S. Ra
Medical students believed to- have
left human foot in vacant lot. Po
lice thought it was muroer ciue.
Frank Arbuckle, believed killed,
foilnd very much alive.
Robbers held up restaurants of N.
Mankins, 3102 S. Halsted, W. P. Mul
ligan, 12 E. 43d, and saloon of John
P. Boyle, 5859 S. State.
Chas. Jackson, 70, 27 N. Laramie
av., hurt by wagon at Madison and
Fifth av. ,
Peter Stein, 3, 10036 Av. M., drdwn-
ed iff earthenware jar half size of
, Mrs. Jessie Kaje, 34, 3044 E. 92d,
tried suicide by gas. Rescued.
' August Olson, 3034 E. 79th, fell
- Three robbers got $30 from- res-'
taurant of King Lo Lou, 2055 "W.
- Mrs. Page Waller Eaton, who made
split-salary charges a,gainst City Hail
crowd, sued W. D. Eaton, editor of
The Scoop, for divorce, i
Mrs. Anna Tousley, 6208 Evans av.,
bound and gagged by robbers who
got away with $50 and gold watch.
Eleanor Kielicziwski, 6, 8242 South
Shore av., hurt by rfuto of John Spin
dler, Valparaiso, Ind
Margaret Romano, 518-U.-Clare-morit
av., died of infantile paralysis.
Mrs. Margaret O'CohnelL, 2926
Congress, dead. .Gas. Accident, says
Signboards in Lake Forest and
Lake county must go, so Mayor
Lewis and Lake county commission
ers have decided,
Man giving name "Sam Moran, .
4300 W. 22d,"- arrested as loop flirt .
Letters in pocket addressed to
"Sherman Monard, New "fork."
Ten autre stolen yesterday.
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TO EXAMINE SITES FOR NAVY
ARMOR PLATE PLANT ...
Washington, Sept 14. With, con- '
elusion of arguments by represen
tatives of 125 cities that want -the
government armor plate plant ex-,
pected ' tonight or tomorrow, the .
navy general board has decided to
visit a majority of the. sites pro
posed. Some of the cities' propositions, it
was stated, will necessarily have to
be abandoned at the start because
sites suggested do" not come within
thai section of. the law which pro
rides that the plant must be Ideated
"with special reference to safety in
time of war." That section, alTnfeln
bers of the general board investigat
ed today said, .will be principal issue
involved in the location of the plant
I that will mean employment -to mahy-
tnousanos oi men ana a payroll 01 t
many hundred thousands. .
, MORRISON WILL CHANCED
Mrg. Philo King,"" stepmother of
"Cap" Edward W. Morrisn, who is
17 years younger than "Cap," ap
peared as a witness in Judge Lan
dis' court yesterday. Mrs. King
caused somewhat of a sensation Ty
saying she believed the will of Jas.
M. Morrison, father of Edward W.,
had been changed. Landis ordered
a grand jury quiz of the charge.