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amy. Accused of marrying four
women, but.says he wed only one,
Which reminds us:
A young man with manners sub-
JDnct married three wives at a
When asked, "Why the third?"
He replied, "One's absurd,
And bigamy, sir, is a crime."
Jno. Ziderzack was found by the
police at the corner of. .Randolph
st. and 5th ave. eating a jar of
jelly. Afrested him and now they
believe they have the Candy Kid.
The youth admitted robbing
number of candy stores.
Andrew Anderson, Prinston
ave., severely injured today when
a car struck wagon he was driv
ing, hurling him to the pavement.
k Sigmund'Bogucki, 1735 W. Di
vision st, who two hours after he
secured a job, stole $39.20 and a
revolver from his employer, fined
$50 and sentenced to 3 months in
house of correction.
Saturday, Feb. 17, is named as
child's welfare day hr Chicago by
the National Mother's Congress.
Fourteen - year sentence of
Thomas J. Mackin, conyicted of
murder of Joseph Britt, April 30,
v 1903, in John Hurley's saloon,
here, commuted by Gov. Deneen
to expire Feb. 1.
.. Antonio Maggiore, jr., son of
wealthy Italian grocer at 1006
..Milton ave., who disappeared
Sunday morning, now believed to
have been kidnaped. Michael
Maggiore, his brother, who has
been sought by police for three
- weeks on suspicion of knowing of
crime in North Side Italian col
ony, died last night at home of
friends in rear of 837 Milton ave.
Suspected that eldest boy was
hounded by enemies, who are also
seeking revenge by stealing An
tonio. Violet Buehler testified yester
day against Charles McClain,
former roomer at Myers' hotel,
held on serious charge. Decision
hinges on age of girl, which is in
Court room was crowded with
curious people. An old German
presented a card marked: "Ad
mit one. Buehler Trial. Price
One Dollar. Said he bought it in
downtown saloon. They let him
in, but he paid too much.
Mrs. Rena B. Morrow, indicted
on chatge of slaying her husband,
released on $40,000 bail by Judge
Five members of truck " com
pany No. 2 partially overcome "by,
smoke today in fire at Automatic
Wood Turning Co., 619 W.
Adams street. Loss, $5,000.
Henry Heyne, employe of'res
taurant at 730 Wells street, shot
probably fatally, by two robbers
who raided cafe., Adolph Kreitz,
205 W. Chestnut, beaten when he
asked what the trouble was.
Edward Margas", 2318 Hamil
ton ave., and D. Stearmont, 3111
S. Halsted, fought duel with
knives at N. Ashland and W. Chi
cago aves. early today. Both
taken to hospital, and later to
West Chicago station.
Rev. John Horton, under in
dictment for bigamously marry
ing Amanda Brenker of Beecher,
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