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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO mTS
SAWS WAY THROUGH BARRED
WINDOW IDENTIFIED WITH '
It. A. Hosner, who, with Geo. Mo
Xaii and -a couple of classiry-dressed'
women, was plnchedin a flat at 3687
Vincennes av; several days ago, es
caped from' thY Hyde Park police
station this, morning. Heppareht
ly, with Morante help, had been saw-,,
ing'his way-through "the bars of an
exercise room window for the past
two, days. Today he leaped to the
window and fled down the I. C;
tricks; Moran followed; but was
caught by the- heel by John Ward,
Rosner has-been identified by the
police with 28 robberies; .running
from Oak-Park to-33d st. south. His
record Is'being looked" up in connec
tion with 24 other casea.'
The women in the case were re
leased after 'they convinced the po
lice they had nc connection with,
burglaries. The" men had not been
PINCH 18Trf WARD OFFICIALS.
Five men, judges and clerks of
election in the eighteenth ward,
were arrested todays by detectives
from State's Att'y Hoyne's ofllce on
charges by the March, grand jury
that sixty-seven fraudulent ballots
had been found in one ballot box
from that Ward. Names, were with
BABY' BURNED MYSTERY?
Jacob, 6; son of Mrs. Jacob Marz
na, 4946 S.. Paulina, burned to deatn
today when flames attacked flat bldg.
at titet -number. AC-iriquest the name
of the sbn of the landlord of the bldg.
was brought into the 4ase. Dept.
Coroner Herman continued . the in
quest for a -week. Said he Iwoukl
CHEER AND SQRROWL ' ,
' By Jim Manee. 4 -
There are plenty of ups and downs,
In the cost of living line. ' . '
The ups are leading, now by far,
'Cause, the downs are way;. behind
But the latest move was' an. even
We were cheered when spuds went
down. t- - -
And then-came a healthy kick In the
1 . slats ' '
'Cause rice had gone up, we found.
P. S. Does H, C. L .mean How '
Can we. Live?
- ANNOUNCEMENTS. ,
Municipal Motor Truck Drivers'
Local No. 783 meets at Hastings hall,
Adams and Halsted, 8 p. ra.
Rower exhibition by. .Chicago . arid
Cook county florists New. -Morrison-hotel,
parlors B 5 and B 6, from 4 to
10:3Q p. m. Welcome.
RobT H. Howe speaks on "Social
Progress," before 15th Ward CMd
league at monthly meeting at "fne
Loft," 422 S. Hoyne av.
North Side Y. P. S. L business
meeting at 1336 Sedgwick, 8 p.m.
Friendship circle, new branch of
Y. P. S. L., holds meetings every Fri.
.at 8 p. m., 9th ward Socialist halt,
Young people, 15 to 30 years old, in
Partly cloudy and somewhat cold"- ,
er tonight, with lowest temperature
a few degrees below freezing; Friday
fair, with no decided change in tem
perature; diminishing westerly winds.
Temperature Wednesday; Highi 48;