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rested for drinking. Says his .wife;
drove him to drank.
Two robbers threw brick into
window of jewelry store of Chas.
Joneson, 5915 S. Halste'd'st Stole
tray of $1,000 worth of diamonds.
Geo. Lawrence, 152 S. Sangamon
st., arrested. His companion es
caped with jewelry.
Clarence Bremer, 5420 Ridge
way av., arrested for speeding.
$10 and costs.
Harry M. Turner, 5816 Calu
met av., auto salesman, fined $25
and costs for speeding.
Wm. Browning, 1.721 W. Mon
roe st.r J. Carothers, 1247 W.
Adams St., ironworkers, and L.
Weeks, engineer, severely injured
when work shanty being moved
on a derrick fell at W. Adams st,
and S.('5th a v.
Charles Walters, 4544 Indiana
av., robbed by three men in front
of his home. Escaped with $5,
ring and stickpin.
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