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New auto court will hold first
session room 812 City Hall. Mu
nicipal Judge' Stewart to preside.
Autoists arrested for speeding,
who gave false names of O. W.
Snidaker, 433 Wisconsin ave.,
and Harry Wagner, 6046 Vin
cennes ave., being sought by po
lice for perjury.
Wm. C. Phillips, 3219 Park
avenue, pulled wrong chain on
gas burner, and died of it.
Mrs. Maud Ward, who has had
husband, James J. Ward, the
aviator, arrested for bigamy, has
retained same lawyer to prosecute
the case as he has to dfend it,
and Municipal Judge Gemmell
smells a press agent.
James Beaman beat up J. H.
Ferris, editor of Joliet Daily
News, because Ferris refused to
retract story charging Beaman
with beating up his mother-in-
Wm. Clark, 216 S. Campbell
ave., exonerated by coroner's
jury for killing of Wm. C. Berg,
whom Clark, riding motor cycle,
ran down and killed Monday.
New panel of 40 from which
grand jury to make inquiry into
alleged perjury in packers' trial is
to be formed, ordered by Federal
Ordinance compelling elevated
railroads to issue transfers went
into effect yesterday Did you
notice it doing any compelling?
What's the mere matter of a
law passed by the people of Chi
cago to the great elevated rail
roads companies? Correct! Noth-''nsr.
Christian Zicka, 3, -struck and
killed by Milwaukee av. car near
his home, 945 Milwaukee av. No
Victor Partello, 17, 842 W.
Taylor st, shot and probably fa
tally wounded by G. Lovbcke,
who insulted Partello's sister. Lo
Gordon Holmes, 18, of Romeo,
Mich., found unconscious frpm
gas in dormitory of Lake Forest
Academy, where he is student.
Practical joke suspected.
Wonder if a jail term would not
improve the sense of humor with
jvhich some practical jokers are.
Mrs. Catherine Stewart, ac
tress, sued Louis Amusement Co.
before Judge Dolan for $30 be
cause one of their leopards ate her
silk coat. Dolan held the com
pany not liable for the 'leopard's
State's Attorney Wayman says
there is too much philanthropy in
the treatment of criminals.
The only particular philan
thropy we have noticed shown to
criminals has been that shown
professional newspaper sluggers
in the employ of the trust news
papers. Woman known as Mrs. J.
Smith and Mrs. M. F. Rohra .
found unconscious in apartments
at 4259 Grand blvd. Gas asphyxi
ation. Revived. Refused to tell
L. E. Ingalls, president Rich-mond-Snrith
Co., told sub-com
mittee of council health commit
tee that Borden concern fixes
price of milk in Chicago.