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THE SOUTH SIDE MESS
State's Att'y Hoyne will ask Har
rison to prefer charges against Lieut.
Grady, Cottage Grove avenue station.
Says he has obstructed-justice.
Prosecutor will go aftefradictment
of Jim Colosimo and Johnny Torio
Rovy Venule, accused by Hoyne of
firing first shot in levee battle, will be
questioned today by Hoyne.
Venule was once given 50 years for
shooting man in Montana. Said to be
an old pal of Rosenthal murderers.
Police searching for "Big Mack"
Fitzpatrick, mysterious gent said to
be imported gunman.
Hoyne will ask to have several sa
loon and cafe licenses revoked.
Chicago vice ring said to control
redlight district in Peoria.
Federal agents running down white
Capt. Nootbaar ordered Ike Bloom
to close Freiberg's at 1 a. m., but
Bloom showed 4 a. m. amusement
"Beck" Moriarity, Ida Woods and
Eddie Woods, levee characters,
sought. Thought to know something
of plot to get Dannenberg.
Johnny Torio accused of bringing
Roxie Venule to scene of shooting in
Former member of morals squad to
be brought before grand jury to tell
what he knows of redlight plots.
Hoyne says a murder conference
was held in a flat on Cottage Grove
avenue at which three men and two
women were present.
CAILLAUX BLAMES HIMSELF
Paris, July 22. Supported by a
deposition sent by President Poin
caire to the court, declaring that
Joseph Caillaux had told him he in
tended to kill Gaston Calmette if he
published the love letters in Le
Figaro, Caillaux' testimony yesterday
indicated that the act of his beauti
ful wife in shooting the editor but
anticipated what he would have done
and that she had been influenced by
his own bitterness.
Poincaire in his deposition declar
ed that in a private interview Caillaux
had stated to him: "I shall kill Gas
ton Calmette if he publishes those
letters in Le Figaro.
' The testimony yesterday was
otherwise most injurious to Mme.
Caillaux. Several witnesses insisted
that she was calm1 and determined
when she shot Calmette and not hys
terical as she claims.
GAMES FOR TODAY
Philadelphia at Chicago.
New York at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at St Louis.
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Chicago at Washington.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Detroit at New York.
St. Louis at Boston.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Indianapolis at Pittsburgh.
Kansas City at Buffalo.
St. Louis at Baltimore.
Eat potatoes all the year round. In
the winter they prevent scurvy. They
supply energy in the summer when
so much meat is not eaten. Be sure
to cook them right. When boiling
them, leave them in their jacket.
Punch holes in them and put them
directly into boiling water. Never eat
Kansas City, Mo. Motor car ban
dit held up two autos, forced occu
pants of one car to surrender valu
ables and disrobe and shot Jerome E.
Dyer when he ran.
Partly cloudy with possibly local
showers today. Partly cloudy with
somewhat lower temperature tomor
row. Moderate southerly winds, be-
J coming variable.
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