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ed. Relatives scrapping over $60,p00
Burglar got $27 from home of
Att'y Francis Borrelli, 6742 Loomis.
- John Van Beaver, who said he
committed robbery in Kenosha to aid
sick wife, taken to Kenosha for trial.
Cecil Lean, Cleo May field and Amy
Leslie, dramatic critic, shaken-up in
Contract for erection of $75,000
natatorium in Union park given out
HOYNE BANK PROBE EXTENDS
TO THREE MORE CONCERNS
,, Hoyne's private bank quiz extend
ed to three more institutions yester
day. All are said to be in rouble.
At least one I has asked for 'the 60
day, notice from depositors when
large sums are asked.
Judge Landis started his inquiry
of the methods used in the three
Paisley banks. He questioned Oscar
Miller, cashier, to find out why de
posits were taken after the bank was
in difficulties. Miller said he was
only an employe and did as he was
The Chicago Savings Bank &
Trust Co. got $20,000 worth of good
securities from the Paisley banks the
day before they closed. This was
done to .protect a loan made by the
loop bank to the Paisleys.
Part of the $168,000 listed as as
sets was found to be personal notes
of the Paisleys for $4"3,388.
U. S. SOLDIERS STARTED ROW,
GEN FUNSTON SAYS
Washington, Sept 27. Maj. Gen.v
Funston's official version, of fighting
between American soldiers and Car
ranzistas at El Valle Friday blames
American soldiers of whom one was
killed and another slightly injured
for trouble. Funston's report reach
ed war department today.
10,000 additional militiamen of
dered to Texas border. Like number
already on border will be returned to
" state camps.
PROPOSED STRIKE DAY HERE
EXPECT 300,000 OUT
New York, Sept 27. The general
strike, designed to call out all organ
ized labor in New York city in sup
port of striking carmen, was sched
uled to become effective today.
It was generally admitted, how
ever, that exact number who may
respond to call cannot be "definitely
estimated, owing to large number
away from work because of Jewish
holidays, which start tonight.
Outside figures showed that about
300,000 workers might be absentvto
day, but a majority of these were, of
Hebrew trades. No general walkout
by union men throughout the city
Labor leaders predict that 100,000
union workers will be added eadh
morning to those on strike until sus
pension of work brings about victory
in approximately 48 hours.
Longshbremen, who were elpected
to give greatest support to striking
carmen, have decided not to strike
justf "jide-Vater boatmen, coopers
and s'teamwinch engineers also post
poned action, so the harbor is not
Mayfer Mitchel and Gov. "Whitman
are not taking any definite action.
Labor leaders expressed them
selves as entirely satisfied with the
situation today, but would make no
estimate of number on strike or
about to strike.
THE BIG STJCK. BATTLE
At bat. Hits. Pet
Speaker v,..531' 205 .386
Cobb ......527 193 .366
Jackson 576 196 .340
At bat Hits. Pet
Chase 527 178 .337
Daubert 446 143 .320
Wheat 544 174 .319
Georgia convict camps are being'
consolidated because of a shortage
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