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"be a bond between the "inmates"
of the two places.
Gustavus Tatge, former coun
ty attorney, appointed to suc
ceed Ballard Dunn as civil service
West Side property owners
nave petitioned park commission
to build natatorium and gymna
sium in the new part of Garfield
park north of Lake street.
Anton Firlich, "lumber jack,"
reported to pplice he had been
fobbed of $200, his overcoat and
shoes while asleep in the Lafay
ette hotel, 628 W. Madison, last
night A roomer at the hotel was
In a raid on building at 2214
S. Wabash, six men were arrested
charged with being iqmates of a
gambling house. Two others es
caped. Tony Brookman, former rival
of Mont Tennes in the handbook
business, said to be interested in
L. C. Mantell, lawyer, who is
alleged to base his legal activi
ties on the "interpretation of the
law by the spirits of departed
clients," arrested on charge of
George Dyke attempted to
commit suicide by cutting his
throat when police last night
raided dive he recently purchas
ed at 541 N. Clark. Three wom
en were taken.
Mildred Bridges, former fol
lower of Evelyn Arthur See,
founder of "Absolute Life" cult,
was discharged from juvenile
court yesterday. She has been at
tending Knox college, Gales"burg,
Council is preparing ordinances
to break up theater ticket scalp
ing. Majority of showhouse
managers have agreed not to re
fund money to brokers for un
Joseph Rysl, who obtained
money from several Catholic
priests by telling them he had
been robbed of $200 whHe on way
to his sister's funeral, fined $200
and costs by Judge Himes in
West Park No. 2 will celebrate
the close of its second year with
a week of entertainment, begin
ning next Monday. Special fea
tures, including gymnasium
work, will be provided each day.
John Zerves, 17, 1727 Barry
ave., fined $50 and costs for at
tempting to kiss Miss Elizabeth
Brown, 18, 1456 Grace street.
She said they returned from a
theater, and when 'she refused to
kiss John he chased her into an
alley and struck her in the face.
Jno. Dorney, 447 W. 26, and
Samuel Brazier, 2756 Washing
ton blvd., fined $10 and costs for
staging cockfight above saloon of
John O'Connell, St. Clair an3 E.
Thomas Wiatrowski pleaded
guilty to the murder of August
Frederick yesterday, and was
sentenced to 14 years in the penitentiary.
1 Frank H. Bunskin, alias Dud
ley, to years old, who admits, po
lice say, having served 47 years
in different prisons, arrested yes
terday. Alleged to have robbed