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ijohn Ulrrch, chauffeur- of the
taxi, arrested. The men are be
lieved to be West Hammond re
sort keepers. ,
Brotherhood of Stationary
Firemen will hojd their annual
mask carnival at East End hall,
Clark and Erie sts., Wednesday
Small loss when bomb from
supposed "Black Hand" gang
wa"s set off in fronf? of grocery of
Rosario Terese, 530 N. Peoria st.
Mrs. Mary Uhoff, 843 Crescent
pi., called on several doctors to
care for her 3-weeks-old baby, but
they were not in. She arrived at
the Town Hall with the baby
dead in her arms. Convulsions.
Frank Cravens&'19, shot and
killed his step mother, Mrs.
Grace Green Cravens, formerly a
Chicago settlement worker, then
shot and fatally wounded himself
at Hammond, Ind. Dyfng.
Mrs. Mamie K. Waterman,
4223 W. Jackson blvd., is suing
her husband, Dr. Waterman, for
.divorce. She makes a statutory
charge against him.
Mr. and Mrs. Cy De Vry left
for N. Y., where they will get a
carload of monkeys for the old
animal house in Lincoln Park.
Mrs. G..H. Weatherhead, 435
, E. 87th pi., fell from street car
Joseph Frank, 354Kensington
ave., Pullman, arrested charged
with afson. $2,500 bonds.
Bessie Patterson, alias "Maud
Wilbur," Syracuse, N. Y., ar-
jested here charged with embez
zlement. Six months in Bride-
In deciding a suit the Supreme
Court of Illindis must decide
whether poker playing is labor or
pastime. Justice Vicker opined
off-hand that it might make some
difference who was winning.
Ruth Dishong and Edna Kline,
Huntington, Ind., have been miss
ing since Monday. Believed to
be here. H. W. McCabe, actor,
also disappeared at the same time.
Chicago Band Assrn held its
18th annual banquet last night.
Commissioner of Public Works
L. E. McGann charges E. F. Me
hill, city dredging inspector with
neglect of duty in failing to stop
illegal dumping of scows.
Gen. Wm, H. Carter will arrive
here Dec. 1 to assume work as
commander of the central division
of the War Dep't.
Dean W. T. Sumner left; hospi
tal at Boston today. Has gone to
Manchester, N. H., to visit his
Max Schlocker, 1105 S. Leav
itt St., arrested, charged with wife
Empire State Society of this
city met at Hotel La Salle last
Miss Alma Muller, 19, has
written tp Municipal Judge Cav
erley to find her" a husband. She
says she is pretty.
P. C. McNurlen, Umatilla,,
Ore., has written here that Mar
tin Lavin of this city was killed
by a train there.
Yesterday was "Old. People's
and Invalid's Day" at the Gar
field Park flower show.
Joseph Shatkus and Chas.
Wenchitas, owners of saloon,