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John Fisk, alleged handbook
maker, booked as keeper.
Today is big Bull Moose Roose
velt tag day.
Miss Stacie McKee, 24, 3442 N.
'43d av., choked and beaten by Un
known man near hfr hnme.
Scratched his face with her fingejl
nails and he beat it.
jwiumjr Uduu, wiwuii umw
teacher here, is 82 years old to
day. He will lead band at Nat'l
Dairy Show tonight.
Columbian Lodge No. 819, An
cient, Free and Accepted Masons,
celebrated 20th anniversary last
Burglars entered home of Wal
ter Childs, 1736 N. Clark st., and
took box supposed to contain jew
elry. It contained love letters and
a lock of hair.
Eleanor Harshbarger, 12, 4015
N. Maplewood av., bitten by dog.
Severely wounded. Health Dep't
will examine dog.
Jury branch of Criminal Court
branch of Municipal Court have
moved from their old .quarters to
room 1106 city hall. Change is
Dr. George W. Lacey sued for
divorce by Mrs. Jennie Lacey,
charging cruelty. She also makes
Women neighbor went to call
on Mrs. C. ,Schatz, 6115Chum
plain av. Met at door by well
dressed man, with suitcase. He
tipped his hat, saying no one was
"home and left. Also jewelry val
ued at $400,
Thieves snatched purse "con
taining $202 and jewelry valued
W. Huron st Witness chased
them and they dropped purse.
Judge C. N. Goodwin refused
to hold court on 11th floor of
City Hall, claiming that rooms
rwo magazine solicitors
,ed entrance to home of: D.J.
$$ Balmoral av. Escaped
n-aau worth of lewelrv.
St., freight conductor, killed by
freight train of C. & N. W. Ry at
South av. and Glertcoe.
Michael Mandick, 2219 Archer
av., struck by C. & N. W. train at
Morgan st. Seveerly injured.
Jas. Williams, farmer, Evans
ville, Ind., came to see sights here
in "private car." When he arrived
he was locked in. After he kicked
the door 4 policemen arrested
James for riding in a box car.
Discharged and sent home.
THE BECKER CASE ,
New York, Oct 26. The exe
cution of Police Lieut. Charles
Becker probably will be set for
the second week in December by .
Long before that time, Beck
er's attorneys will have appealed
to the Appelate court, and the
filing of that appeal will act as a
stay of execution.
It is quite likely that the Beck
er 'case will hang in the air for
The only similar case in New
York history is the Molineux one.
fyfolineux was convicted before
Justice Goff, then recorder.
The case was appealed. The
Appelatejcourt ,did not act on the
at $500 from Mrs. Lee Stack, 1468
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