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wage. That is all we ask, and it
was to show that that was all we
asked that 1 prepared that cost oi
living table." ,
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
During closing argument in her
defense by Att'y Erbstein, Mrs.
Rene B. Morrow fainted in Judge
Kersten's court. Recess ordered.
Case not likely to go to jury until
J. C. Darling, 717 S. Grove av.,
arrested on complaint of R. P.
Hickey, saloonkeeper, 2352 W.
Madison st, on charge of passing
bogus $75 check.
Esther O'Leary, 19, 262 N. 40th
av., attacked by James Georjas,
267 N. 40th av., captured and held
him until arrival of police,
City is not to compel Illinois
Telephone Co. to surrender its au
tomatic phone franchise.
At federal hearing before
Chairman C. A. Prouty, Inter
state Commerce Commission, hop
growers said beer would go out of
fashion unless freight rate on
hops was reduced.
Yeggs bound and gaged watch
man of J. J. Svoboda department
store, 2740 W. 22nd st, and got
away with $2,000 in currency.
Geo. Mathews, strike-breaking
Examiner wagon driver, injured
when, wagon crashed into Ameri
can Express Co. one at S. State
and Van Buren sts.
Burglar arrested as he was
drilling hole in burglar alarm at
tached to door of J. Richter cloth
ing store, 2120 S. State st. Re
fused to give name.
Frank Higgins got $5.25 re
duction in taxes on property at
ji743 Archer ave. because Hetty
Green, richest woman in Amer
ica, owns property adjoining it.
Mrs. Green has refused to put
sewers in her building, and Hig
gins' property nearly floated
away during the Spring rains,
James J. Regan, of St. Paul,
was re-elected president of An
cient Order of Hibernians by ac
Ten icemen have been arrested
and fined from $25 to $100 for
selling short weight ice in the
Clara Umbricht, daughter of
John Umbricht, pres. of Chicago
Bank & Office Fixture Co., ran
down and badly injured Valida
Demsby, 16, 1801 Jackson blvd.
Accident occurred at Jackson
and Wopd st. Miss Umbricht was
sitting in lap of uncle as she steer
ed auto. Lostjher head after acci
dent and wrecked auto. Miss Um
bricht, her father and uncle fled.
Miss Demsby was carried to
hei home. Umbrichts returned to
auto half an hour later. Police -arrested
Miss Umbricht on as
sault charge. Released on $5,000 .
J. Jamison, teamster, 2320 W.
59th st., badly injured when auto
struck his wagon at S. Wabash
and 12th st., Auto escaped be
fore number could be noted.
Auto crashed into carriage re
turning from funeral at Washing
ton blvd. and 44th ave. Five oc
cupants of carriage hurt. Auto