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t Total of 2,193 alarms of fire in
Chicago for January. Largest
number that has ever occurred in
a" single month in any city in U. S.
Lone bandit raided Kamera
Shop, on ground floor of Audi
torium building last night, held
up Mrs. W. Roberts, cashier, and
took $45 from register. Also
took handbag containing $8 from
Miss Aletta Wordsworth.
Capt Joseph Kandzia and Po
liceman Albert Kapps of Rawson
street station ordered discharged
by civil service commission, fol
lowing trial on charge of hooking
alleged pickpocket on charge of
disorderly conduct after he had
been identified by victim as man
vwho robbed him.
Albert Schroeder went to the
health department and said he
'felt ilL He was; had smallpox.
All elevator men in City Hall vac
cinated as consequence.
Mrs. Minona S. Jones, suffra
gette, says the "society smirk"
will not be used in winning votes
for the cause.
Why not reverse the plan of ex
Capt. Bill Clancy, who says he
, will win votes by kissing the wo
men pardon, ladies. A good ti
tle: "The Suffragettes Smack; or
A Kiss for the Cause."
Ambulance street cars, running
on regular schedule, is plan of
Dr. George C. Hunt. Says many
die because ambulances are not
always available. Local transpor
tation committee will take up
matter with car officials.
Alvan H. Arnold, head of a
street sprinkling concern, sued
for divorce by his wife, who -alleges
he was too fond of lady bar
bers, and distributed $800 tips.
Margaret Marx, a widow, 1717
Mohawk street, asked police to
search for her daughter, Cather
ine, 14, who disappeared Satur
day. Neighbor told the mother
she saw the girl Monday with .a
Larry Keating arrested for
trespassing on railroad tracks.
Admitted guilt, but asked Judge
Beitler to let him out by St. Pat
rick's day. Granted.
"Oh, they're fining men and
women now for lacking of the
Henry Peterson, chauffeur, em
ployed by the Boston Store, ex
onerated by coroner's jurv from
blarne in connection with death
of Dr. Joseph Crowe, struck by
Peterson's auto truck.
Miss E. McDonald, 833 E. 47th
street, screamed when two rVien
tried to snatch her purse when
she got off Cottage Grove car at
47th. Both fled. She kept her
JMadeline Coleman o St. Paul,
and Ethel Jacobson, from Texas,
each 16, turned over to juvenile
court officers. George Sharp, and
Joseph Calabrese, latter living at
616 N. Clark street, arrested on
charges made by girls, who had
run away from home to go on
Madero says that Reyes will
not be shot. This ought to con
vince Mr. Reyes that his rebel
lion fizzled to a frazzle.