screamed. When Patrolman J.
Devaney came to her rescue she
kicked him in the chin because he
was rough with her husband.
J. C. Carlson, Brdokfield, HI.,
attempted to drown himself after
losing his job. Detective G. Teef
ing saved him and then arrested
him for disorderly conduct.
"Charley's Aunt," play given at
the Globe Theater last night by
the Women's Ass'n of Commerce,
brought in between $1,200 and
Every policeman on local: de
partment will be given an extra
"dinner time Thanksgiving to en
joy his turkey.
Mrs. Edna Phillips indicted by
federal grand jury, charged with
being a member of gang of postal
money order swindlers.
Burglar entered home of John
Michelini, 3301 W. North av. Es
caped with goods valued at $250.
Lucile Cameron will appear in
court Monday morning" with her
mother to try and haveJier bonds
reduced from $25,000 to $1,000,
which her mother will furnish. .
- Dr. T. A. Hogan, physician at
County Jail, has two suits against
him amounting to $75,000, charg
ing him with malpractice.
Mrs. J. B. Coffey, 3415 W. 15th
fc, robbed of diamond valued at
$150 by man who entered her flat
Ty representing himself as agent
-for the building.
C. W. Clough asked Ernest
Gans, drug clerkk for carbolic
acid. Gans felt suspicious and
gave him mostly water. Clough
4id nor die when he took it. Judg'e
(Newcomer praised Gans and
I freed Clough after getting him a
job with the Whipple Car Co.
Abraham Friedman, carpenter
contractor, may die, and Samuel
Wasserman, carpenter, severely
injured when they fell from
scaffold. Joseph Quick, 18, a
painter, saw them fall. He also
fell. Severely hurt.
Thirteen Italians arrested, two
identified as kidnappers, in raid in
basement at 930 Milton av.
Mrs. E. E. Tannen, Seattle,
came fo Indiana Harbor to mar
ry Wm, Cadiouz, laborer. He is
married. 'She had him arrested.
It cost him $60, which was her
Enoch Morgan, 68, 1756 W.
12th st., editor Wilmington Ad
vocate at Wilmington, 111., was
shot and fatally wounded by Ed
Eiserman, Jr., who was shooting
at a target. Accident.
Grover Belson, structural iron
worker, mistook shadow for iron
beam. Fell nine stories into sand.
Little finger broken. Said he
couldn't get hurt seriously on pay
Peter Bartzen, Jr., was brought
into speeders1 court on a warrant
late yesterday and fined $10 for
A teacher in a local Sunday
school desired fo reprove a small
boy. "Johnnie," she said, quite
solemnly; "I'm afraid I shall
never meet you in the better
Johnnie put on a look of-aston-
ishment. 'Why, teacher," he
asked, "what have you been do
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