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Chicago to Gary for immoral pur
poses Boys' Brotherhood Republic job
day resulted in 1,037 boys getting
Receiver asked for Cassius Mc
Donald, son of late Mike McDonald,
gambling king, by his business part
ner, David E. Hannan.
Arthur Quinn, son of Jas. A. Quinn,
and others indicted in connection
with "Gold Coast" robberies, given
continuance until May 14.
District court's decision finding
Wm. Wallace, druggist, guilty of sup
plying Dr. A. L. Blunt with drugs up
held by U. S. court of appeals,
Opal Cramner, 16, 6604 Maryland
av., and Jean Russell, 16, 1829 N.
Spaulding av., missing one week,
traced to ML Vernon, 111. Believed
to have joined "one-horse" show.
Att'y John T. Byrnes, representing
Nick Suttor, 717 Boston av., accused
Att'ys E. J. Darragh and C..V. Dono
von of holding out $1,103 personal
damages collected for Suttor from
Rosenthal & Co.
SOCIALISTS ARGUE WORDING
OF WAR RESOLUTION
St Louis, Mo., April 11. Socialists
were still arguing today over word
ing of war resolution to be adopted
by convention. Committee on war
and militaryism, which was to have
reported yesterday morning, was
still undecided, while the convention
fought on other questions.
Adoption of resolution today fa
voring plank in platform supporting
ideas of nonpartisan league came
after hot fight in which delegates
and chair did not mince words In de
fining each other.
OFFERS FORTUNE TO CHARITY
James Watson, 8201 Harper av.,
who got $600,000 and dodged prose
cution for living with another young
woman when his wife was killed in.
an auto struck by a railroad train
near Hammond, Ind. April 1, an
nounced today that he. was. willing to
give all of his wife's estate to char
ity. He has married "the other"
HOLD SALOON FREQUENTER IN
A foreigner who works in the
stockyards, lives near 31st and Hal
sted, and loafs around Noble's saloon
at 31st street and Cottage Grove av.,
is being held at the Cottage Grove
av. station as a suspect in the brutal
slaying of Meda Yerion. Several
have testified to his habit of follow
ing women. The police refused to re
veal his name until they get a con
fession or release him.
The two "respectable" business
men have been officially absolved
from blame in the murder. Their
part in the midnight revel which pre
ceded Miss Yerion's slaying will not
be uncovered nor will their names be
revealed because it might break up
The investigation 'conducted from
First Deputy Westbrook's office
showed that Policeman John O'Hal
leran and John Flannagan were
drinking in Noble's saloon until 2 a.
m. last Friday morning when the
murder was committed about 50 feet
away down the alley behind the re
sort. William Noble, proprietor, ad
mitted that he kept open after hours.
ALDERMANIC COMMITTEE IS
CURIOUS OVER MAYOR'S COIN
What the mayor does with the
$30,000 contingent fund alloted to
his office will be made a subject for
enlightenment when the slate-making
six aldermen return from St.
Augustine, Fla., after the member
ship of council committee is settled.
This query was the answer made
to the mayor's attack on the council
organizers for the trip to the south.
Considerable surprise was shown
in City Hall circles when Anthony
Cermak, active head of the wets, an
nounced that he was going to ask
that Aid. Michaeteon be made head
of the license, committee,
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