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by U. S. Conimissioner pending
removal to Detroit, where com
plaint was made.
Gertrude Daley, 333 S. Camp
bell av., complained to Judge Mo
ran that her husband cannot keep
a job because he can't get up in
"I'm a natural born sleeper,
and I want to work-, but I canit
get up on time in the morning,"
v .said William, ,
George Page, 9, 2213 W. Mon
roe st., crushed to death by wag
m of Bremmer Baking Co., 901
Forquer st. Horse was-driven by
boy's uncle, Charles Blackburne.
Boy and his sister, Lucy, 8, were
riding with their uncle.
Police searching for Mrs. Wil
helmina Schroeder, 722 W. 50th
st. She is wanted on charge of
murder in connection .with death
of Miss Gladys Wilsey, waitress,
19, 5425 Lake av., on Aug. 10, fol
lowing an alleged illegal opera
tion. William HTHerhdon, 73, Ala
meda, Cal., found yesterday wan
dering abdut in Park Row station
of T. C. Ry. Was asking people
where he was.
Herndon, when taken into cus
tody, had $22,000 in checks in his
possession, besides five bank
books on California banks show
ing deposits of $8,000. Also $100
1 in cash. ,
Three "women and five men
were arrested last night when
police raided, disorderly flat at
4001 Grand blvd. Mrs. Mabel
' Forrest booked as keeper. Other
stylishly dressed prisoners gave
fictitious names. '
Thomas Kema3006 W. Tay- '
lor st.; Frank Ford, 4342 W.
Congress st, and Samuel Fech
ard, 3114 Fillmore st., caught
robbing candy 'store at W. 12th
st. and S. Albany av.
Oldest of the three boys was 18
years. 224 taken from cash regis
ter was found, in their pockets.
Candy was all piled up ready to
Anna Dalton, 38, found dead in
barn in rear of 116 N. Elizabeth
st. Police investigating.
Thomas O. Dicker, who lives in
barn, has been arrested. Says that
woman was at one time his house
keeper, and Tuesday she called at
barn and asked him to let her
Stay there all night, and when he
returned there he, found her dead.
Joseph Lang,' 1648 Sedgwick
st, and Daniel Dunne, 1719 Mo
hawk st., who were arrested for
"mashjng" on. complaint qf Miss
Anna Nelson,. 2047 N. Clark st.,
were -fined $1 apiece.
Keriacos-Jahaes, 19, 6331 S.
Halsted st, newsboy, fined $15
and costs for carrying gun in
Jackson park. Boy said he was
looking for golf balls.
Jacob Shapiro, 15, 2420 W.
Taylor st. struck by motorcycle
ridden by Joseph Bothey, 2433 S.
40th st. Slightly injured.
James Kelian, 21, 1601 Center
av., teamster, Struck on head by
2x4 beam during a quarrel with
Gesler Drubin. County hospital.
T. !M. Schreiber struck by pane
pf glass which fell from third
story window of Grand Pacific
hotel, 232 S. Clark st Head cut ,
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