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prominent, respectable church
going, charity-giving business
man who makes money out of
Louis Catrina, 18; arrested on
complaint of Miss Ella Meyers,
600 Dewey pi., who says he tried
to flirt with her in Lincoln Park.
$25 and costs.
Rose Lazerowitz, 7, was killed
by Dr. Daniel Ackerman's auto
on Sept. 19. Victor Lazerowitz,
her father, is now suing Acker
man for $10,000.
Richard Brefelt, 1011 W. 18th
st., found unconscious in alley at
rear of Plymouth" ct. and W. Polk
st. Broken leg. County ihospital.
Believed to have been run over
"Will some one kindly bat 'pol
itics over the -head hard enough
to put it to'.sleep until the world
and cityseries are over?
Harry Brown, alias' "Harry
Hirsh,," arrested on charge" of
Charles O'Kornen, Indian, who
says he stole $14 suit dfr clothes
from him. Fined $100 and costs.
Cy De Vry, Lincoln Park $m
itial trainer, has recovered from
attack made on him last week by
new tiger, Rajah.
JLouis Sherman, tailor, 823 N.
Paujina st, released on .bonds un
der writ of habeas corpus' follow
ing his arrest charged with big
amy. Mrs. Joseph Adams, 3644 Dear
born st, haa her husband arrest
ed saying he had made several
tries at killing her. He was fined
$35 and costs.
Dqpesters figure out that Taft
jtvill run third. But the dojesters
are. often wrong. He might run
Albert Muenchagen, 60, de
spondent over ill health, hung
himself in basement of home of
Julius Schlau, '1450 Grace st.
' That senate Get-Teddy club in
Washington isn't finding the get
ting as go.od as it expected.
Edward Shakell, Milwaukee,
Wisv robbed of jewelry worth
$230 and $25 by negro woman at
5. .Wabash ave. and 25th st She
John Stauch, 365 S..Marshfield
ave., crushed to death at plant of
Chicago House Wrecking Co., W.
35th and Iron sts. Caught be
tween derrick boom and freight
No wonder Harrisoji and Mc
Weeny are not "backing up Way
ipanin the vice crusade. Spme of
their friends are liable ta get in
bad before the crusade is over.
Arthur Bedard, 615 Miller St.,
stopped Mrs. Mary Horn, 2818 S.
Michigan ave., at W. Randolph
and N. Peoria sts., and said he
was "a policeman 'and said she had
to give him her watch. She did
andlalso a diamond ring". He was
later arrested and fined $200.
Not having been able to hurt
Wilson by fighting him, Hearst is
how' going to try and put him out
of business hy supporting hirn.
Frank Zeszutko, 2, and Albert
Dowik, 616 N. Ashland ave.,
found unconscious in gas filled
room. Pulmotor. Revived.--
Mrs. Dora Cooney, 5425 S.
Western ave.; Clyde L. Chase,
3442 W. 56th pi.; John Albrecat,
6138 S. Loomis st, and Joseph