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'"Stick - up business don't
amount to much. We only made
about a dollar day." Harty Jac
oby, 19, leader of Wicker Park
gang, held for murder of John
Joe Strom, 42? W. Huron St.,
stevedore on lighterage boat
Cdhoner, got foot badly .crushed
in -machinery. Taken home.
Mis" Alary M. Bartelme, for 16
years public guardian for probate
cdurt, to be offered assistant
judgship of juvenile court under
Over Mayor Andy Lawrence
wasn't in the parade yesterday.
Andy's a shy man these days.
Gtit two or three gUardiahs walk
ing af oUnd with him, loo.
Expected Federal Judge Car
petfter Will be promoted to Cir
cuit Court of Appeals next week.
Carpenter deserves promotion.
Only federal judge in Chicago
who managed to bring packers to
Not that Brinlfing them to trial
did much godd but Still, Carpen-
tec showed it could be done.
' Albert Hill, 16, found wander
ing in yards of Chicago, Milwau
kee &-SL Paul, fells story of kid
naping by tratripg. Police inves
tigating. R. B. Rusk, 14, of Detroit, run
dVer and killed by St. Louis flyer
on Chicago &' Alton rfear Summit,
Anton J. Hintz, 3015 Wallace
st., stick-up, captiired after fight
with Patrolman Jarvis opposite
police barns, 820 S. State st. -
Chas. K. Stenford, 549 Dear
born ave., fired from Dearborn
street viaduct at non-union
freight-handlers on Chicago &
J. F. Thomas, 5538 Laflin st.,
climbed between cars of moving
freight train at E. 95th" st. and
Vincennes ave. Both legs cut off.
Mrs. Marie Sheehan, 5418 Prai
rie ave.,- robbed of purse contain
ing $200 worth of jewelry, $12
and deposit book, by purse
snatcher near home.
- Federal civil service employes
to hold meeting Grand Pacific
hotel tonight to protest against
riders in appropriation bill now
The particular rider objected to
is one limiting tenure of office to
5 years, which would give politic
ians a fine chance at civil service ,
Jury trying Michael Bradshav
for murder of Frank Kirschen
stein, Sept. 2, 1911, disagreed.;
Discharged by Judge Honore.
Sam Wilson, janitor, S. Clark
St. station, "never fled when duty
called." Patrolman-ghost Sam's
Dorothy Redfield, 17, in Me-
morial day parade, thrown by
horse at Ridge ave. artd Charles
st. Taken to home, 1013 Linden
Wm. Glemme, 819 LaSalle ave.
sexton Moodv church, bought!
baif interest in "Michigan Farm
Land Co. from stranger." NtW
wants police to firid company.
Mrs. Emma Shemmel, 1913 Ot
to st, swallowed poison. Jealousy.
Dr. Charles S. Grunewald saved