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diamonds of the Baroness Hollub
when she found them. Paroled.
John Obiale, 4849 S. Elizabeth,
called police when he thought he
thought he heard ghosts. They
Wm. Concannon, 1382 Carroll av.,
and Wm. Halpin, 1140 W. Madison,
arrested for trying to buy off a wit
ness. Frank Goraszewski and Leo And
zlewski convicted on finger print evi
dence of robbing saloon at 1555 W.
William Wrigley, Jr., "Co., sued for
$750,000 by L. P. Larson, Jr., Co.
Charge malicious prosecution.
Patrolman Frank Farrell, New City
station, up before trial board on the
complaints of girls.
Frank Halub, 15, and two com
panions freed. Were held in murder
of Wm. Stein, junkman, 516 S. Des
plaines. George Smith, 17, 16 Wood and
Harry Chapman, 1747 Warren &v.,
caught as robbers.
Walter Woods, 8, 4703 W. Polk,
suffocated when he fell into sand
chute with brother George, 4. George
Mrs. Algia Wippo, 6438 S. Marsh
field av., shot her 4-months'-old babe
and herself. Expect both to die.
Mrs. Ida Sherpe, 2327 N. Racine
av., injured when autos crashed at
Irving Park blvd. and Greenview av.
Three armed men held up and beat
Ralph Swartwort, 2869 Kenmore av.
Gold watch and chain.
Minneapolis. Co-eds at Univ. of
Minn, will not do Hawaiian dance irt
bare legs. Delegation of shocked
mammas saw grass skirts and or
Buenos Aires. Argentina making
inventory of all foodstuffs, and ban
against exportation of maize and
oats was under consideration, to
take effect shortly after embargo re
cently announced on" wheat.
Miami, Fla. Wm. J. Bryan urges
arbitration of U-boat acts.
ARMY OF POLICE ON GUARD
IN MAXWELL ST. AGAINST
MORE FOOD RIOTS
The Maxwell street market dis
trict was turned into a virtual armed
camp today. Mounted policemen,
plain clothes men, motorcycle police
and ordinary cops, hundreds of them
it seemed, paraded through the
streets with strained eyes. They 'v
were looking for the reappearance of
the army of housewives who yester
day made the Maxwell market look
like a fallen war city.
In the meanwhile, 47 women who
were arrested during the day of riot
ing were to be arraigned before
Judge Barasa in the Maxwell street
court. Yesterday Barasa fined six
women food strikers $1 and costs
Among the shops visited yesterday
and windows" broken and kerosene
poured over the meats were: Wm.
Shurman, 1252 W. 12th; L. Lindberg,
1005 S. Paulina; L. F. Stein,'144S W.
12th; M- Meyer, 1214 S. Racine av.; ,
S. Barscjie, 1445 W. 14th; David Wa
bish, 1345 Taylor; Jos. Lewis, 700
Taylor and Harry Abramovitz, 1757
Washburne av., and, also shops at
1844 Taylor and 2044 Taylor.
The Northwest Side was also the
scene of an outbreak. Twenty-five
stores were visited, $1,000 worth of
meat ruined, windows broRen and
women injfired. Two policemen were
knocked down and injured.
Att'ys Frank Comerford and Sam'l
Goldfarb, att'ys for the Jewish
butchers, made the appeal to Chief
Schuettler for police. They claim
that three women agitators from
New York are responsible for the
While the Mothers' League of Chi
cago was holding an orderly protest
meeting against. the high cost of liv
ing in the Sabin schfool, Hirsch and
Leavitt sts., the lights were turned
off for 15 minutes. Many women
had brought their children. A panic
resulted. Several were bruised.