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ed in ice chest by two robbers;
men escaped with $175. Meehan
rescued from suffocation by man
Who heard his struggling in box.
Wm. Schroeder, Lillie Green
wald and Pauline Lucas arrested
.while fighting in front of 1024 W.
Randolph street Women were
beating Schroeder; said by po
lice to be seller of cocaine.
Ex. Senator William Lorimer,
ill at the Presbyterian hospital,
with appendicitis, is so much im
proved that an operation may not
Two boys, suspected of having
committed number of robberies,
arrested by Englewood police in
cave at Clearing, 111. Names not
given out; said to be sons of rich
Now believed council vice com
mittee will not recommend segre
gated district Aid. Si Mayer,
third ward, says committee could
not recommend segregation as
long as state law forbids resorts.
John McShayne, saloonkeeper,
1732 S. 40th ave., fined $100 by
Judge Fry for keeping open after
James Cavanaugh given $5,000
damages in superior court for loss
" of right leg. He was run down by
Chicago & Alton train. Employe
Robert Schlau, 3410 Barry ave.,
wanted to get in card game in
saloon. E. C. Reitz, 2620 N.
Clark street, objected. Schlau
bit off Reitz's finger. Arrested.
Schlau is an ex-policeman, dis
charged for neglect of duty.
Arguments Jn the suit of the
"L" roads to enjoin city from en? j
fotcing ordinance for universal
transfers closed before Judge
Baldwin in circuit court. Deci
sion -not expected for some time.
This is the ordinance passed
several months ago which gave
the roads ten days to isue uni
Chicago Christian Endeavor
Union has passed resolutions
against segregated vice, declar
ing "Chicago is today reaping a'
harvest of political corruption."
Condition of Ethel Smith, Gary
girl for whom Billy Rugh sacri
ficed his life, still critical. Com
Police searching for William
A. Wright, 830 N. Clark st, who
a few days ago asked to be sent
to Bridewell. His mother, in
Pontiac, Mich., is in serious con
dition from grieving over miss
The 20th precinct of the Third
Ward is a great place. Socialist
watchers who have been follow
ing tabulation of official returns
declare 74 more votes were count
ed than there were voters regis
tered. Wm. Geisler, 400 S. La Salle
st, and Emil Schultz, 833 W. 14th
st, fined $200 each and sentenced
to six months in the Bridewell
for breaking into garage of Harry
B. Staver and stealing auto.
Andrew Kelly, 4525 Halsted
st, street car conductor, arrested
on charge of refusing to pay $20
Mrs. Ella Crawford, 6440 Jus
tin st, who drowned her nine-year-old
daughter -yesterday and
then attempted suicide, is in serw