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in '.1909,-has bjeen- brought hack
from Portland, Ore., where 'he
was arrested Dec. 28." "
Thcsenafe yesterday confirmed-
Daniel A. Campbell, incum
bent, as -postmaster, at Chicago
for another four-year term.
Joseph Pabst, 1653 Grace
street, "robbed of $295 which Tie"
had saved" toward his marriage,
while on way to call On fiancee,
Miss' Margaret Coughlin; 4229
Capt. Harding and Lieut
Prim, on trial with Inspector
.Wheeler before the civil service
commission, declared they had
fought vice and had never ac
cepted graft. Prim said he had
not been ordered to drive disor
derly, resorts from streets where
there are car lines.
Edward Harding and George
Murray, alleged lieutenants of
Mont Tennes, surrendered them
selves yesterday on charges of
having attempted to bribe a mem
ber of AssE Schuettler's gamb
Albert Braun, who, when de-'
serted by his wife Sunday, com
posed a few tearful appeals to her
to return, and said he would fast
until she came back, ate "three
squares" yesterday. His wife'
didn't return, but Braun 's reso
lution fell before his hunger.
; Miss Hazel Hogan refused to'
testify again yesterday against
Dr. Irvine Sisinger, charged with
robbing her, and was remanded
to jajl for contempt'of court.
Carl Bauppe, 70, 1821 Sheffield,'
killed .himself vin the 'rear of his
home, last night while.despori&ent'l
over failure to obtain employ
ment. Counsel for Albert Humphrey,
Martin Thorsen arid Eddie Snell,
accused of stealing $20,000 worth
of jewelry from store of Edward
Alberti, Milwaukee ave., jeweler,
said yesterday they would at
tempt to fix blame for crime on
"Dutch" Gentleman, slain "slug
ger." Louis Piehl, son of Herman
Piehl of the Herman Piehl Trans
fer Co., 127 W. Kinzie street, told
nolice that his wife and 3-year-old
daughter had disappeared. Wife
left note intimating suicide.
Lieut. Burnes of the Cottage
Grove station, investigating" the
shooting of Patrolman Maurice
Nielsoh by Detective Bertram
Cleghorn, reported to Chief Mc
Weeny that Cleghorn and Detec
tive Hart, his partner, were "con
siderably "excited" when taken
Going up? So is butter. Fifty
cents a pound now.
"If it were in my power I would
sentence the mother to prison and
put the children in a decent
home," said judge of the Juvenile
court when Edward, Augusta and
Annie Wenland, 10, 11 and 16
years) were brought before him
for shoplifting. The children
wereTfound with a pile of mer
chandise ranging from lead pen
cils to Irish point lace.
While in a quarrel in which he
tried to throw J. C. Jackson, 32,
3806 Prairieave., out of room in
which he lived, Robert Folk, 30,
3806 West 64th street, was stab
bed in the back of the head.
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