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held up in v place and robbed of
$50 by three men.
Robert Rail, 3529 Perry street,
beaten and robbed of $50 by three
men at Southport and Cornelia.
Mrs. Rene B. Morrow, held to
gand jury on charge that she shot
and killed her husband, released
on $40,000 bail.
Judge Harry G. Dolan of the
municipal court and Miss Irene
Dee, 5717 Evanston ave., were
married at St. Ita's Roman Cath
Frances- Barden, 4210 Grand
blvd., fined $5 for auto speeding
on Michigan blvd.
Bert Wilson, 63, who says he
is a tailor, was sentenced to take
a bath by Judge Fake. Wilson
was found sleeping in a hallway.
Chicago's Old-Time Printers'
Association will hold a meeting
and banquet at Hotel Sherman
tonight. Therewill be a musical
program and addresses. Charles
Philbrick is president of the asso
ciation. New floor and other parts of
the Twelfth street bridge burned
today. $500 damage.
William A. Press, wagon
manufacturer, scolded his son,
Raymond, for using the auto so
much; told him to take it home.
Raymon and machine missing.
Ward of Juvenile court, May
Irwin, 12, 1634 Walnut street,
and Lena Becker, 14, 1464 Bryant
place, who disappeared from their
homes Monday night, are being
sought by the police.
Albert Braun, whose wife dis
appeared from their home, 2925
Wabash ave., Saturday, leaving
note that she thought she was
drawback to him in his struggle
for success, is said to be missing.
Left letter saying he vjas on hunt
for wife, and didn't know when
he would return.
Harry H. McLean, manager
Del Pardo hotel, pleaded guilty
before Judge Fake of selling li
quor without a license. Fined $25.
D. R. Smith, proprietor of a
delicatessen at 940 E. 43rd street,
fined $25 on similar charge.
Mrs. Alice Bright Parker, ad
vocate of militant tactics in fight
for votes for women, yesterday
resigned from Illinois Equal Suf
frage League, because that body
was not radical enough. No hard
feelings, she says.
Merely to show our versatality,
and, incidentally to fill up space:
"It is warm enough for you?"
George Waterman, arrested
for selling cocaine, sentenced to
year in jail and fined $200 by Mu
nicipal Judge Fry.
Ernest Hehn, 29, 1708 Addison,
attempted suicide. Failed, Ar
rested, charged with disorderly
conduct. The higher cost of dy
ing supplants the higher cost of
Mrs. Louis Piehl, who, with her
3-year-old child, left the home of
her husband, after leaving note
intimating she intended to com
mit suicide, returned yesterday,
according to her husband, who
declined to say' where his wife
Detectives James Hart and
Bertram Cleghorn, accused of be
ing connected with shooting of
Policernan Nielson, are facing