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CWC AGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Sixteen autoists arrested by
police of Stanton v. -station for
not having their back lights light
ed. All released on bonds.
Harry M. Lesh, 2240 Arlington
av., Morgan Park, held up and
robbed of diamond stickpin worth
$350 at W. 49th and S. Halsted.
$300 fire caused from crossed
wires in saloon of Bartlett &
s Rapp, 2359 W. North av.
Benjamin Kripoinet,' 11, fell
rrom second floor of Franklin
school, Goethe and Wells sts.
Earl Roose, 13, 2022 N. Hal
sted st., who ran away from home
three days ago, was arrested at
Andrew Gartley, policeman,
discharged for being drunk, and
Marion D. Fuller, janitor, dis
charged for failure to report for
duty. Both of N. Halsted st. sta
tion. Judge Windes today declined
to exclude evidence offered to
show suspicious circumstances
.surrounding the death of 8 rela
tives of Mrs. Louise Lindloff in
her trial for murder by poison of
her son Arthur.
Six Biblical students at N. W.
U. were taken from their beds
early today by eight fraternity
men and carried to Lake Michi
gan and dipped. Evanston citi
zens sent in riot call. When police
arrived the fun was over.
. Gov. Thomas R. Marshall,
Dem. candidate for vice presi
i dent, cancelled hig three speaking
engagements here today on ac
count of the death of Vice Presi
dent J. S. Sherman. He left at
noon for Indianapolis.
Case of David K. Ross, 1128 S.
Michigan ave., a clairvoyant, al
leged to have swindled Miss Lil
lian Howard, 1706 S. Michigan
ave., out of $2,800, continued un
til Nov. 12.
Guy Rowan, 32, 412 Sfgel st.,
fell when he attempted to board
car at Wells st. and W. Chicago
ave. Severely injured.
Herman T. Krotz and Oscar
Hunte, Maywood, fined $100 each
on charge of running "blind pig"
in connection with small grocer-
Peter Peterson, 63, saloon
keeper at 1950 Melrose, shot and
fatally wounded himself. At
tempted suicide. Will recover.
Alfred Ciardelli, 7, 831 W. Har
rison st, severely injured when
Harrison car struck express
wagon at S. Halstedst.
' 185 students in engineering de
partment of Purdue university,
are here on school's annual in
spection of industrial plants.
Frank Painter, St. Louis, slip
ped and fell into river at foot of
Water st. Rescued.
Thomas Szlor, 1217 Wade st.J
attacked by several men follow
ing quarrel in alley near Noble
st. and W. Chicago ave. Severe
Miss May Dunniga, 15, 6235
Vernon ave., missing since Oct.
Maurice Feldmari, 22, employe