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Told judge he named child after him.
Child not born.
Martin Glade, 1141 S. Euclid ay.,
Oak Park, in court today, charged
with beating baby and ousting wife
from home. -
Plans for greeting of 7th regiment
made by relatives and friends of , the
Edward Morrison, aged eccentric,
told about transferring $2,000,000 in
real estate to his att'y, Jas. Ward.
Michael Gill, 3635 N. Seeley av
killed by auto as he walked in street
at Robey and School.
Two lieutenants among twenty po
licemerit slated for transfer in police
Names of members of auto thief
trust given Hoyne by Norman Dietzl
in new confession. .
SHOOP WANTS CITIZENS' BODY
TO BUY UNIFORMS
A "citizens' committee"-of big bus
iness men is wanted by Sup't of
Schools John Shoop to buy uniforms
for high school boys who are willing
to becotae members -of the proposed
war training squad.
GERMANY JUSTIFIES SINKING OF
Berlin, via Sayville Wireless, Dec.
28. Germany's answer to American
inquiries, as to sinking of Norwegian
steamship Delto (or fielta) as tran's
mitfed to Ambassador Gerard today,
justifies sinking of that vessel on' the
ground that she was violating neu
trality and dismisses the contention
.that her passengers were jeopardized
DARCY AND filS MANAGER
Les Darcy, in center, Australian, middleweight,, just arrived in United
States. He may fight Georges Carpentier, French champion, by special
permission of French army commanders, to raise a relief fund. He will
also take part in championship bouts. At left is Tex Rickard, who will
-book Carey, in. New Yorki ai.ri.ght, Jim O'SuIJivan. Daren's .manageri -