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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 11, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 2

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aiy as the city's expert on real es
'tate, Is expected to report at the next
meeting of the terminals committee
on land prices in this little district
where the peculiar shimps and jumps
in figures have been going on. Such
a report was ordered on motion of
tAId. Merriam at the last meeting of
tthe committee.
At that meeting Benj. Morris told
why he doesn't want to sell his land
at the figures offered him. When
Morris named Charles Krutchkoff. as
an interested party in a land deal
there, Aid. James Bowler offered the
statement that he knew about it and
had "co-operated with the people of
his ward to see that they were pro
tected and got their rights in land
' When a board of education commit
tee went looking into jugglery of
school land deals a year ago the loop
.newspapers went strong on it and
staged it big. In the Morris situation,
where big railroad and business in
terests are pointed at, the trust press
is going easy. "
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By a vote of 69 to 0 the .city coun
cil yesterday endorsed the home rule
bill now before the legislature. The
bill gives the city council the power
!to regulate gas, electric, phone and
.street railway corporations.
, "If the legislature does not pass
(this bill," said Aid. Block, "it is be-
' cause the legislature is under con
trol of interests who don't want Chi-
.cago to run its own business."
Mayor Thompson's message stated
,there is a larger amount of capital in-
.vested in public utilities by public
service corporations of Chicago than
an aU the rest of the state combined.
He said:
"Action of the legislature in tak
ing away the rights of the city coun
cil must result in loss to the city of
Chicago and cannot be justified by
the most specious arguments that
New York, May 11. "Jack the
Ripper" who slew 5-year-old Leonore
Conn, March 29, and 4-year-old Char
lie Murray, a week ago has New
York's East Side in a state of terror.
Warnings believed to have come from
this supposed madman that he in
tends slashing to death more children
have caused mothers throughout the
tenement districts to keep their lit
tle ones off the streets.
The "ripper's" warnings that he in
tended to commit more murders were
contained in letters to the mothers
of his two victims.
New York. After robbing Giovan
ni Sarcona of $100, two robbers yell
ed "Jack the Ripper." Crowd- that
gathered was bent on lynching Sar
cona when police reserves arrived.
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The legal battle intended to bring
back Charles Wright of Oak Park,
accused by his wife of having eloped
with pretty Rose Jungman of Clyde,
EL, has been opened by Chief of Po
lice Lee of Oak-Park. Wright is under
arrest in St Louis on a wife abandon
ment charge.
Attempts to bring him here have"
failed, and Frank Jungman, father of
the girl who eloped, left for the Mis
souri city in an attempt to interest
federal authorities in a possible Mann
act case.
Wright was formerly manager of
the tailoring depatrment of the Hub
and Miss Jungman worked under him
as a seamstress. Light on conditions
along State st., where affairs grew up
between the boss and his pretty em
ploye, came when the Wright-Jung-man
scandal broke.
Spracuse, N. Y. Bipartisan polit
ical chieftians gathered to aid Wm.
Barnes in his libel suit against Theo.
Roosevelt. The first attack will be
an attempt to have some of the colo
nel's testimony stricken out

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