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fied police for an hour before over
powered. $300 worth of jewelry stolen from
home of Misses Jeannette and Mar
guerite Gardiner, 4356 Drexel blvd.
Grady Kinman, 4815 Sheridan rd.,
accused of embezzling $300 by3has.
Heublin, insurance agent'
$1,200 worth of jewelry stolen
from home of Robert Staedter, 5829
John Orme and Wm. Sullivan ar
rested on charge of trying to rob
hpme of Wm. Scheib, 15 S. Leavitt
Lieut. H. H. Elliott, Policemen D.
B. Ferris and Richard L. Shannon,
all of Austin police station, have died
$1,000 worth of jewelry stolen
from home of Louis Drexler', 2110
Ceo. Irons, 5700 Railroad av., who
lost eye' in accident on Chicago &
Milwaukee eledtric line, awarded $65
a month for life.
$250 worth of jewelry stolen from
home of Margaret Forsyth, 1626
Mrs. Evan Lewis killed and Mrs.
Morgan Lewis badly hurt when train
hit buggy near Peotone, 111.
LITTLE CHANCE OF TROUBLE
After a conference that lasted six
and one-half hours, differences be
tween the coal drivers union and the
Chicago Coal Merchants' ass'n were
settled yesterday. Coal men say
there is little chance of trouble now.
"There will be no further suspen
sion of coal deliveries," declared Wm.
Jackson, speaking for the coal mer
chants. "We will meet in the future
and adjust remaining differences
which are not of a serious nature."
New Haven. Chas. H. Whitney,
Chicago, Yale student who ran down
and killed a laborer in his auto,
pleaded guilty to manslaughter and
got off for $400.
Washington. Sec'y. Lansing flat
ly denied published reports that he
is preparing to resign.
MAJE BOB TELLS REPS. WE
SHOULD HAVE 110,000,000 '
Washington, Jan. 26. The United
States needs an army of 10,000,000
traine4 fighters. That's what Maje
Robert McCormick told the Cham
berlain sub-committee hearing argu
ments on the universal military train
"No nation will attack -a nation
with 10,000,000 trained men," said
Bobby didn't wear his several
yards of gold braid and fclg dangle
dagger which Gov. Dunne's commis
sion making him a warless, smoke- '
less, bloodless "ossifer" by gosh! en
titled him to wear. Rumor has it
that there's a hole in the maje's best
Sunday soldiering pants, the result
of riding rough spots in Russia when
they discovered over there that he
wasn't the real goods as an army
officer for all the braids and the big
sword he wore.
But Bob's chest was all stuck
out, and his arms were hitched back
at the elbows and his chin stuck
up to C, like a regular ossif er's, and,
all in all, Bob didn't make a half bad
impression on the committee, and It
listened to him tell that this country
must have an army of 10,000,000 and
guns accordingly, or else Japan or
some other nation would come in
and annexthe whole blame United
States to them and get away with
And a fast stenographer carefully
took down all the momentous that
they might grace the first page of
Maje McCormick's Chicago Tribune
BOTH LOEBS ARE FOR IT
r Jake Loeb and Max Loeb axe fop
the proposed $100,000 for communi
ty centers in schools budget It's
more than double the amount spent
for this purpose in any previous year.
It will mean niore libraries, club
houses, places to" play and haye fun,
if it goes through.