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the mopt, three aldermen willing to try ancLstop the steal. ,
There is Aid. Utpatel. He will vote against it There is -Aid.
Healy, who is against it, but who, as chairman of the committee,
has no vote. And there possibly is Aid. Hey.
Kunz last night also became greatly excited because he had
been called a 'gray wolf for voting for the steal.
Kunz did not explain whether his indignation was caused by his
being called a wolf, or just because he was called, a "gray" wolf, which
as everyone knows is a much more terrible animal than a plain or
Kunz pointed to Tomaz F. Deuther, who was in the gallery, as
the pers6n who had called him a gray wolf. Deuther is secretary
of the Northwest Side Commercial association.
Kunz shouted to Deuther that if he, Deuther, called him, Kunz,
a gray wolf again, he Kunz, would comeafter him, Deuther.
Deuther shouted back that if Kunz came after him, Kunz prob
ably would get a punch on the nose. r . .;
Mayor Harrison broke up the argument at this point by or
dering two policemen to throw Deuther out of- the cpuncil chamber
if he would not keep quiet.
It is not pleasing to our mayor to have. such unseemly happen
ings at council meeting. , . ,
Doubtless if Harrison had his way, all newspaper men and all
representatives of the people would be barred frorp" council meet
ings, especially when such steals as the Marshall Field tunnel are up
THE WAR SITUATION
Vienna, Oct. 23. Fate of Eu
rope depends on outcome of great
battle now in progress between
Turks and Bulgarians near Adria
nople. Two hundred and sixty thou
sand men, 140,000 Turks and
120,000 Bulgars, are engaged in
Both sides today report over
whelming victories, but military
experts believe victory still in bal
ance. If Bulgars take Adrianople
their road to Constantinople
would be clear and Turkey would
be beaten out of Europe.
If Turks win present battle
they will he able to smash Bulgar
army and then m.ake short work
of Servia, Mpnteuegro and
The real truth about the battle
cannot be learned, since all war
correspondents are being kept far.,
in the r,earand all dispatches from
the front censured. ,
It is only known that the battle
front extends some 30 miles and
that thousands already Have been
Paris, Oct. 23. Bulgars routed
and in retreat after Tjig battle be