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law, W. H. Stamnv of Wheaton,
Stamm saysshe entered his
home and stole jewelry and cloth
ing. She says the articles belong
ed to her.
Mrs. Rosie Bakus, 26, 42nd av.
and W. Lake st., knocked down
and severely injured by Chicago
av. carat W. Chicago and Ridge
Police searching for car crew.
Minnie Aducci, 15, 304 E. Ken
sington st, while appearing in
court against Tony Batse, 28,
with whom she ran away, told
judge that chewing gum deliv
ered her into power of Batse.
She said: "After I had taken
- the gum Tony gave me I would
do anything he told me to. I stole
$58 from mamma and ran away
with Tony, but when I found he
was married I left him."
Gus Lindquist, former laborer
in South parks, arrested and fined
$50. After loosing job, Gus
walked through park with his
"hoodoo" badge No. 13 in a con
spicuous place, and borrowed
Gus tried it on one man twice,
and the fellow had him pinched.
Albert Ray, 14, 1639 W. Ohio
st, attacked by dog owned by
Mrs. Emma Schultz, 1622 W.
Ohio st. Bitten on arm, head and
legs. May die.
George McCarthy, a pedestrian,
-who was trying to help Albert,
was also bitten.
Andrew JMiddleton, 1017 E.
1 worth living. He says he wants
to go into the life insurance busi
ness. August Sinclair knocked down
and fatally injured by auto driven
by Dr. Joseph L. Russell, 4002 "WT
12th st., died at St Elizabeth's,
hospital. Dn Russell .and two
other doctors, who were in the
auto, were released after promise
ing to attend inquest. ?
Five immoral houses and one
saloon in the "red light" district
were closed last night. The dis
orderly houses are:
"Dago Frank" Lewis and Har
ry J. Cusick, 2033 Armour ave.;
Helen Turior 2014 Armour ave.;
Leo Bernstein, 2117 Dearborn
st; Lewis Wells, 2,127 Dearborn
st, and Mary de George, 32 'W.
20th st. r
Saloon closed was that of Cu
sick, next to the house owned by
him and "Dago Frank" who-in-'
troduced the "Grizzly Bear'j
dance in the levee district. ' r
' Bill of exceptions in case of
Evelyn ,Arthur See, cult leader,
who on July 13, 1911, was found
guilty of abduction of Mildred
Bridges, was presented in Crim.-;
inal court yesterday. Court de
layed signing bill until Tuesday
Patrick Sheehan, who is seen
in jail about once a week, has a
habit of "playing dead" for the;
benefit of policemen. Yesterday
he "played dead" and was sur
prised when 'students came and,
demanded different parts of his"
57th st, who tried to commit sui-fbody. It didn't take long to show
cide Thursday and failed, told
them that he wasn't dead, Re-j,
Jude Sabath that life ;was not ileased.1
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