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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Here's a new one for autoists
James Kelly, chauffeur, was fined
$5 by Judge Beitler for going to
Slow. Testimony was he blocked
F. G. Schroeder, son of late
Minnesota brewer, . arrested by
Central Station police for passing
bad check. Squandered $500,000
in five years.
H. F. Eckstedt, 3541 W. North
ave., rescued by government life
saving crew after being adrift on
lake in disabled launch for two
Adolph Anderson, 842 Sedg
wick St., fined $50 by Judge Cav
erly for being in so great a hurry
to grab cup of coffee at Salvation
Army mission, 367 W. Oak st.,
that he overturned two tables.
American Express wagon No.
1184 ran over and badly injured
Peter Casey, 56, a cripple, at S.
State st and Peck Court. Driver
whipped up horses and drove off.
A dark brown taste in his mouth.
Having nothing else to print-
several trust newspapers tQday
decided to have John C. Henning
taken into custody once more
Wm. McDonald, 8, run over
and killed by auto driven by A. M.
Billings, son of New York gas
millionaire, at Ridge av. and
Emerson st.. Evanston.
Young Billings has offered the
bereaved father of the boy he
killed financial aid. ,
Federal inquiry into manipula
tions of Chicago Butter and Egg
Board at last begun before Mas
ter in Chancery Chas. B. Mor
Federal government has been
talking about beginning proceed--ings
against the butter and egg
board for months.
Anna Shanskv. bride of few
weeks deserted by husband, at
tempted suicide "by carbolic acid
in her home, 945 Milwaukee ave.
Raymond Mack, 10, 101 W 31st
st, slipped while trying to hitch
on -to teaming wagon. Run over
and will probably die.'
Dr. W. Clark, 301 E. 61st st,
well known physician, arrested
on charge of abandoning month
old baby on cfoorstep, after tak
ing fee from mother for puttinsr
child in home.
Teresa Sheplie, South Bend,
Ind., the mother, said she gave
Dr. Clark $50 to 'dispose of the
child, and promised him $1GQ.
more. The hrihv was fnnnH r,n
doorstep at 6255. Greenwood ave.
Mrs. Florence Daley choked,
robbed and beaten in her rooming