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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Case of Louise Lindloff con
tinued until Monday night when
it will go into the hands of jury.
James Merrick, 2441 Sheffield
av., robbed of $2.4&by man and
woman at Shields av. and W.
Arthur Lamke held up by two
men at Leland and N. 72d avs.
They escaped with $9.34. x
With the exception of Judge
Windes' court, in which is the
trial of Mrs. Louise Lindloff, all
the county, municipal and federal
courts were closed today on ac
count of the funeral of Vice Pres
With a monster, parade and
mass meeting tonight, Eugene V.
Debs, Socialist candidate for
president, planned to wind up his
campaign and return to his home
in Terre Haute, Ind, '
Grain trading was suspended
here today on account of the
funeral of Vice President Sher
man A selected audience of 99 in-
vited guests will see the. play,
"Womankind," at the opening of
the "Little Theater" here on. the
night of Nov. 12. That's all the
theater can seat.
A. S. Ackerman, arrested on
his wife's complaint that he de
serted her, told Judge Gemmill
he left home because his wife
t compelled him to sleep with a
Michael Catlice, 5221 Gladys
av.. severelv iniured when struck
by 52d av. car at Madisop- st.
Auto of E. D. Peifer, 319 N. '
53d av., struck buggy at N. Robey
st. and Washington blvd. Arthur
Tanner, 214 N. May st.; Joseph'
all, 2661 N. Halsted st., and
Miss Anna Smith, 1615 Rice st,, ,
Sir Thomas Lipton will leave
here "for Winnipeg early tomorw
Policeman D. J. Sullivan ar
rested Wm. Duggan, conductor
on C, M. & St. P. Ry. Duggan
ran. Sullivan shot hitting Dug
gan in side. Duggan in hospital.
H. W. Bullard, San Francisco,
arrested here charged with oper-r
ating confidence game.
H. M. VanHoesen Co., print-
ers, is suing Progressive Republic
can League for $600. Suit is for
campaign literature surrendered
to defendant during primary,
campaign. ' "
Two robbers entered home o
Mrs. Mary Wojeck, 1501 W. Su
perior st. Threatened her with'
revolvers. She knocked them
from their hands with broom.
Porch climber entered home of
Ed Hines, Evanston and escaped
with $37. '
Edward F. Drew, auto sales
man, says his wife left him and
went to Europe shortly after the!
wedding. He got his divorce.
W. A. Dotts, 55, 1035 N. Lawn
dale ave., killed by elevator in
building- at 219 W. South Water,
U. of C. straw votes Profes
sors: Roosevelt 60, Wilson 564