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were taken from the home of Lu
ther A. Merriman, 1007 Perry
ave. John A. Olson, 548 S. May
street, reports a. loss of $500 in
jewels. Mrs. A. Gunner, 6550 S.
vPaulina street lost $200, while a
bowling alley t 6826 Wentworth
ate. was, broken fnto and $125
worth of billiard balls taken.
Three boy bandits held up sa
loon, at 2532 Southport ave., and
v shot and killed John Angel, 235
"W. Randolph street., who at
tempted to grapple, with them.
Albert Evans, "braid clipper"
'1207 S. 'State street, who chased
Steine Martin, 13, with scissprs
was fined $200 by Judge Dicker.
"Harry Daugard, 9, was hit -by
auto of Dr. W. J. Pollock, 2102
W. Chicago ave. Seriously in
jured. ' ,
Rosa Rosenweig, 18, 4251 W.
Madison street, awarded $1,000 in
breach of promise suit against
.Wolf Zusman, 1208 E. 61 st street.
Judge Pinckney will quit Ju
venile Court bench and resume
hearing' civil suits in the Circu.it
Court. . r
Herbert E. Schwartze, brdker,
- fined $3 for assaulting his chauf
feur, Frand Watdrbn; 18t3 Mich-
igan ave. jf
"Victor" E.vFriberg, got lour
days in jail, for pulling police
jThdmas Murray, 2612 Sawyer
ayev 'found '7 months-old baby
bnr on: doorsteps last night.
PnlW seftreaniT Tohn Tiernev
stormed runaway team at W.1
Madison and Sd. Canal streets.
Dragged and severely bruised?
James Lawlor Huston, "Priae'e'
I orSwindlers' V will- be brought
back from Cincinnati, today.
Forgery was his method.
WIFE OF TITANIC -VICTIM
BEARING THE BURDEN
Her husband a victim dl the Ti
tanic disaster, and alf the money,
they had in the world &t the,bot
loni of the sea in the liner, Mrs.
Aaron Willpr was sed before
Judge Sabath in th municipal
court on evjetment proceedings.
Sobbing, her face lined and
wan by the suffering she had un
dergone, Mrs. Wilier was- piti
ful figure on the witness stand as
she brokenly told her story. , -v
She was $29 jn arrears oji her
rent, and the Iaridlord refused to
wait longer. Mr. Wilier was re-'
turning to this country from Eu
rope as a steerage passnger bn
He was bringing money, which
he had secured in business trans
actions abroad. BufrtBg TitenTc
never came into portj-a'nd Wilier
was one of ttipse who went went.
Wifh him went the mtmey that
would hayg lifted the family from
tne grip of privation.
Judge Sabath, after hearing
the, story, ordered the ejectment
proceedings stayed for a mbtfth',
and gave Mrs. Wilier $25. '
JPolly (much hurt) Why,
Jack, don't you speak to' your old,
TackrAwfully sorry, but hdw
am 'I going to tell who you are,
wheh I cant seeyouj lace?
Folly Can't you: figure hVout?
-Judge., ' " - -