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stroyed art works and furniture
in North Shore homes. Hearing
Arthur Scr'ader, 3219 Vernon
ave., stabbed in shoulder during
quarrel with his wife. She ac
cused him of bing attentive to
. other women. Mrs. Schrader ar-
Magistrate at St. Joseph, Mich.,
announces he will charge no fee
for marriages Feb. 29. Make
your tram reservations early.
Lieut. Joseph Smith, new po
lice commander of Cottage Grove
ave. station, has ordered that all
winerooms in the district be clos
ed. Walter Schwindt, 3138 Elston
ave., run down and injured by an
auto driven by L. F. Washburn,
4124 Elston ave., a real estate
agent. Boy cut and bruised about
head and body.
Three men held up butcher
shop of Fox & Jahlc, 2055 W.
Van Buren street, late Saturday I
night, locked proprietors in ice
box, and escaped with $50.
Walter' Brooks, 2643 Warren
ave., held up and robbed of gold 1
watch and $25 by three men at
Campbell ave and W. Madison
City will sell ice to the poor
next summer at bare cost of
handling, 8 cents a hundred
pounds. It is being cut from the
pond in the bridewell inclosure by
Alexander Mazera, 2625 Arm
itage ave., a telegrapher, shot in
leg by brother, Rudolph, during
.quarrel over piece of property.
Frank Kimball broke several
glasses in saloon on Milwaukee
ave. yesterday, refused to pay,
and is said to have threatened
Mrs. Gussie Johnson, wife of the
proprietor. She shot him through
the left side, Kimball's wound
was dressed, and then he was ar
rested. While excited over a fire (mov
ing picture fire) in the Humbolt
theater, Michael Pisna, 15, of
Grand ave., yelled fire which
threw the audience in a panic.
Michael was arrested.
Jacob Goldberg, W. Twelfth
street, is under $5,000 bonds,
charged with concealing assets of
his brother-in-law, Isaac Bear,
who waa in bankruptcy.
Out of the 40 writers chosen
by National Institute of Art and
Letters, James Whitcomb Reily,
was named as one of the greatest.
Not one Chicagoan was listed.
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