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Italian Distilling Co., 1411 Wl
Erie, fined $200 by Judge Landis
for violation pf pure food and
Cases of Jacob and Solomon
Ross, proprietors of dry goods
store at 3715 W. 26th street,
charged with arson, continued,
and men released on bond. They
deny the charge.
Walter Young, 2104 Humboldt
blvd., beaten and robbed of $48
by two men last night.
Walter Norland, 3339 Semin
ary ave., and Henry Silverman,
salesman, arrested. According to
the- police, Norland, clerk in a
wholesale house, stole goods and
gave them to Silverman, who pre
sented them at exchange desk
anddemanded his money back.
9-month-old child of Mr and
Mrs. Charles Sieg, 4141 N. Moz
art street, choked to' death this
morning after the mother had
given is a spoonful of medicine.
Joseph Dvorak, wanted for
killing Joseph Martinkus in
Cleveland, six weeks ago. arrest
ed at 5424 W. 25th street.
Several passengers cut and
bruised in crash between Wesl
enTave and Taylor street cars at
jtheir crossing this morning.
Police asked to search for Rose
Herringer, 21, 1261 S". Halsted
street, chorus girl In Chicago
Grand Opera company ballet,
who disappeared while on way to
rehearsal Sunday afternoon.
' John Jupen, 1457 Emma street J
plunged nine stories down eleva
tor shaft at Blackstone hotel'to
day, and was instantly killed,
landing, on elevator cage. Jupen
Lwas a window wasfier, and is
thought to have fallen accident
ally. Mrs. Anna Buehler is said to
have stated positively Yoday thab
she knew where her 15,-year-old
foster daughter is, but that it was
necessary she conceal the location" t
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alone. A letter received yester
day demanding that $100 be plac
ed in a bottle for the return of
the child is thought to haVe been!
a-fake extortion plot.
Auto bandit held up, Miss Ger
trude Hanley,- a cashier at 1138
E. 47th street, took $15, beat her,
and escaped in black touring car,
SamJ3arris, Edward Whiter
Frank Waiss and Pearl Kama ar-s
rented in raid on hotel at 410 S
State, owned by Harris, early to
day. Result of police order for
bidding resorts on streets on'
which cars are run".
Rev. M. J. Eggan, member o$
Swedish Ministerial Association,
declares dances in schools used asi
social centers are "injurious 'td
the morals of the community, and
a detriment to the public wel
fare." President McFatrich oi
the school "board says the onlyj
dance allowed are folk dances and
gymnastic dances. And the chil
dren are in, clean surroundings
and a'moral , atmosphete. Lefl
more social centers be establish
ed. They are a blow at thepublia
dance hall, often with saloon con
nections. They are a step in prac
tical and applied Christianity,
The ministers might well stopj
"resoluting" and start "revolut-mgV"