when mailman left bag In drug store.
Three vautos burned when fire at
tacked private garage at 1234 Doug
Jas. O'Connor, confessed forger
and embezzler of $250,000, paroled
from Joliet penitentiary.
Cap't Max Nootbaar, 22d st. sta
tion, given banquet by friends.
Twenty years on force.
Home of Kent Clow, Lake Forest,
worth $100,000, destroyed by fire to
day. Family, had narrow-escape.
Thos. Riley, saloonkeeper, 309 S.
Clark, severely wounded by robber's
bullet Thought holdup .a joke; an
gered bandit, who fired.
Father P. J. O'Callaghan, former
Chicagoan, here to make plea for
liberty of Herman Billik, up for life
Chicago's tax rate, highest in his
tory of city, declared yesterday.
Mrs. Anna Allen, 4503 Magnolia
av., hit by auto at Clark and Wilson.
Mrs. A. Kolb'erg, 1712 McReynolds,
died of heart disease while walking
in front of 814 N. Wood.
STORIES DON'T JIBE LANDIS
i After they swear before God and
man to tell the truth, the whole truth
and nothing but the truth in Judge
Landis' court, their memories don't
operate sometimes and they get all
mixed up on their stories. Two men
were ordered held to grand jury un
der $10,000 bonds, Thursday. They1
are Charles Silvermann, shoe jobber,
and Abraham Rubenstein, attorney.
Ass't Corp. Counsel Arthur Pink was
ordered to stay in the court's juris
diction because he might be wanted.
Their stories on the Smiglak shoe
store bankruptcy didn't agree.
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. "Here," said
auto bandit, stopping and tossing his
revolver to two pplicemen who had
emptied their guns at him without
bitting him, '"take mine," - -
BAKER'S SECRETARY IS YOUTH
OF THE CABINET
RALPH A . WAVE'S
Hayes is the youngest secretary in
any- cabinet office. He is 22 and
aid to Secretary of War Baker. He
is a graduate of Western Reserve
university, Cleveland, O.
BROWN CASETOSTAY IN THE
Judge Stough in the superior court
yesterday denied the writ of prohibi
tion asked by attorneys for W. B.
Brown, City News Bureau head, to
take the libel. case of Judge Olson
out of the municipal court, where
Olson presides. Brown claimed that
Olson's position as chief justice of
the court might influence the judge
who tried his case.
The trial will now go back to the
municipal court It grew out of an
interview sent to all newspapers of
the trust press, purported as from
State's Att'y Hoyne. It said that po
litics had influenced Olson during the
hearing when Hoyne asked for a
warrant for Chief of Police C Q.
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