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driving machine through plate glass '
Viola Lopert, 17, arrested by juve
nile court officers. Said to have in
troduced other young girls to men.
Paul Wisenstein held to grand jury
on three burglary charges.- .
Martha Gaston, 15, 7028 May, hurt
by auto. Police seeking driver.
Sen. Lewis underwent minor oper
ation on throat.
Cyril Prichard, Elgin high school,
hurt in football game, may die.
Library branches opened at Har
din square and Morse school.
Four-year old girl of John Vanden--berg,
Kenosha, died of infant plague.
Tony Stella, Kenosha, swallowed
half-dollar. Cost him ?300 doctor bill
to recover it.
$15,960 tax assessment on Majestic
hotel in 1913 declared invalid by
Six coal cars wrecked by bad rail
on Burlington near Congress Park.
Guy C. Pfeffly, barber, filed $25,
000 alienation suit against Sam'l Mc
F. K. Knight, 5114 Sheridan road,
lost $100. Pickpockets.
Trial of Police Capt Smith con
tinued until Nov. 27.
Saloon of Steed Bros., 915 W. 63rd,
lost license. Sunday violation.
Peter Smith fined $10 for begging.
MAYOR GOES TO N. Y. MAY ASK
T. R. TO BE POLICE CHIEF
Mayor Thompson and wife left for
New York today on the 12:40 p. m.
train that charges $8 extra fare for
the privilege of its barber and bath.
It is known that he expects to call
upon-the defeated Republican candi
dates for president and Boies Pen
rose, political boss of Pennsylvania
Republicanism, and it is said he will
avail himself of Col. Roosevelt's in
vitation to visit him at Oyster Bay.
The mayor's trip has aroused spec
ulation in the City Hall as to wheth-j
er he will at this time invite Col.
Roosevelt to come here and be Chi
cago's chief of police.
UPHOLDS RIGHT TO BLACKLIST
Washington, 'Nov. 14. Great Brit
ain insists she has right to limit the
trade of British subjects. This is the;
tenor of the British reply to Ameri
can protest against the 'blacklist, it
was learned today. Reply will be
made public tomorrow by British for
eign office and the state department.
It is understood, however, that the
British government declares there
will be no application of a secondary
boycott of purely American firms
which may have some connection
with blacklisted firms. This is to ap
ply so long as no American firms at
tempt to act as blind or agent for
British government also expresses
readiness to investigate merits of in
dividual applications for, removal
LEGISLATORS DISCUSS CHICAGO
HOME RULE PLAN
Cook county members of the state
legislature meet at the College inn
today to discuss home rule fdr Chi
cago. John S. Burns, who is being
talked of as Democratic minority
leader in place of Lee O'Neil Browne,
spoke for a Chicago utilities com
mission to be appointed by city coun
cil. The Republican members oppose
this and jsrant the commission ap
pointed by the mayor. Democratic
representatives, who. will all support
the council-appointed commission
plan, point out that Carter Harrison
when mayor was in favor of city
council possessing the power to ap
point the local utilities commission.
GO TO WATCH MEETING TILL
TIME FOR BUBBLE WATER
New York, ov. 14. New York's
bubbling New Year's eve celebration
may be sans wine and song because
eve falls on Sabbath.
Hotel men, however, hope to fur
nish modest entertainment up to
midnight and then blast off lid.