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ed retired gambler," is the
Capt Nicholas Hunt, reduced
inspector, formerly commanding
t . loop district, will be called before
the ciyil "service commission
shortly to give a detailed account
of his work in the department.
There appears to be a great
, deal of interest in that $500,000
Hunt is supposed to have acquir
ed on an inspector's pay.
Coroner's investigation of the
death of 5-year-old Nellie Goeth
let put over until tomorrow. Girl
is alleged to have died from cruel
ties inflicted on her by her father,
William Goethler, and Mrs. Re
gina Schiller, with whom he had
lived for three years at 2145 N.
Mrs Rena B. Morrow, indicted
on charge of having shot and kill
ed her husband, surrendered to
sheriff today. Her attorney se
cured writ of habeas corpus, and
question of releasing her on bail
will be argued late this afternoon.
Defense claims to have new wit
ness who saw man fleeing from
house at time Morrow was shot.
Miss Ellen Carlson, 3216 Os
good street, attempted suicide"by
gas, following quarrel with her
sweetheart. Also quarreled with
father. She will recover. Father
severed artery in a?m, breaking
glass to get into daughter's room
when he smelled gas. Weak from
loss of blood. Hospital.
Anna Weineck, 1720 Wineba
go ave., swallowed small amount
of carbolic acid at W. North and
Irving aves. -Brother saw her
and dashed phial-from her lips.
Despondent because man she was
engaged to had taken another girl
Peter Kaldasinski,, 1109 John
son street, -shot himself at S.
Halsted and W. 14th place, pied
instantly. Father had summon
ed him to Poland, and he commit-
ted suicide rather than leave Chi
cago. Firemen John Weinbauer and -Jake
Taylor, injured in fire in
Methodist Church of Maywood.
Building damaged $1,000.
Man tried to hold up Miss Al-
ma Carroll of Lake Forest near,
her home. She responded with a
right and left, and robber fled.
Miss Carroll captured his hat and
turned it over to police.
Purse snatcher grabbed purse
of Mrs. Anna Sitts, 315 N. Pau
lina street, but threw it away,
when pursued. Escaped.
The great alderrnanic nomina
tion petition filing race started
this mQrning. Attorney Joel F.
Longnecker, republican, -3rd ward
was first away. Probably he will
win by a neck. (Another alleged
joke like that and we wont be
here to see the finish.v
AndreV'Zupek, 4543 Justine
street, gave a party to about 30
Polish friends last night. Much"
joy, also much beer. George Par
mezot, a neighbor, quarreled with! g
Andrew. George is in the hospi- "
tal with 15 knife wounds, and An
drew is at the New City police
Ambrose Bodin, 17-year-old
Highland Park High School stu
dent, arrested as member of gang
of .vandalsVho have wantonly de
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