to ten years on charge of buying
Fifty-onepolicemen escorted body
of Det Se'rg't John Bialk, killed by
John Depew, to grave.
Mrs. Celia Whipple Wallace, former
"diamond queen," missing 14 years,
found in poverty in New Britain,
John N. Brown, private detective,
5215 S. Ashland av., arrested on
charge of holding jewels of Mary A.
Burke, 6136 Rhodes av-
T the marriage of his daughter, "which'
is soon to take place. A Chicago
lawyer is said t be involved in the,
CLABAUCH WONT GIVE OUT
NAMES OF SOCIETY VICTIMS
The society men, bankers, La Salle
street brokers, lawyers, railroad men
and merchants whose names ap
peared on the books of South Side
redlight resorts may rest assured
that Hinton Clabaugh, special agent
of the dep't of justice, will not reveal
He announced that the names of
the customers of the resort which he
found in books taken from the apart
ments of Buda Godman, the alleged
"lure" in the.E. R. West shakedown,
would not be given to the newspa
pers. He believes the men whose
names appeared in the book had
been marked as victims of the black
mailers. State's Att'y Hoyne has received
Information that the present gang is
an outgrowth of the old Mabrie swin
dling gang that cleaned up a fortune
by means of blackmail, wiretapping
and general con game work before
the leaders were sent to the peniten
tiary. Information has been received by
Hoyne that Roy Jones, well-known
in the South Side underworld, was
friendly to Buda Godman. Jones may
be sought for the purposes of obtain
Clabaugh has also secured more
blackmail information. The latest
concerns the fleecing of an Iowa
merchant. The merchant says he
prill comd forward and tell all after
WHERE'S REV. HAMLIN?
Where is the Rev. P. C. Hamlin?
His family at 3020 S. 5th av. and
the folk in the Second Swedish Bap
tist church next door are wondering.
He has been acting unusual lately
and according to the girl borrowed
$23 from Ruth Nelson, stenographer
in the Insurance Exchange building
and friend of the family, Monday.
He hasn't been seen since.
EX-PREMIER OF GREECE MAY
The reported trip of Venizelos, for
mer premier, to Salonika, capital of
Greece, is taken by military author
ities to mean his decision to lead
The Greek ex-premier resigned his
office at the beginning of the war
when King Constantine and he could
not agree on the question of 'inter
vention in the war. Venizelos favors
the allies. '
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