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cated either crematipn or burial
in wicker caskets.
Sixteen more alleged pickpock
ets rounded up this morning.
Jamse Weldon Western IJnipn
telegraph operator, seriously in
jured when he tried to board mov
ing car at Paulina and Monroe
sts. today. f
Alderman James H Lawley
suggested" dancing in public
They have stopped using sledge
hammers to kill beef af stock
fyards. Compressed aif.
Police raided subway poolroom,
803 W. Madison st. Pinched 73.
"Many suspected of being crim
E. A. Jules, who killed Mrs. R.
,H. Fuldes,. 1915 Summerdale av.,
Jield to grand jury at coroner's
National Association of Retail
Druggists at Hotel Sherman say
4hey are not to blanietfpr increase
jn number of dope fiends. Blame
physicians. Doctors come back
. John Bartbn, 4044 Prairie' av.,
Jjef ore Judge Scully, charged with
disorderly conduct, told, cornet
that wife insisted on' being boss
jand impressed her authority with
heavy china saucer. Case con
tinued.., I Walter P: Steffen,- old' 'foot
ball player, appointed" assistant
United States district attorney by
pi strict Attorney James H. Wil
kerson. Expected that street car arbi
tration will be finished this week.
- Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen and Engineers will meet
in New York today to discuss
wages of firemen.
George A. Miller, Republican
candidate for assemblyman has
filed suit to contest election of
George R. Bruce, Democrat.
Thomas M. Smyth took posi
tion as head of sanitary district.
First tjme in three years that
district has been in power of
Harry M. Fisher's first act as
municipal judge was to perform
Qount Louis de Montmorency,
322?9 N. Hamlin av., a carpenter,
in judge Sabath's court denied
tftat'Jiehadb.eatenhis wifp. Case
And. still the. auto bandits. This
time homes of Jacob Brecke, 2323
Pie'rce st, clothing and jewelry,
$200, and Emil Glegin, 1240 N.
Harding av., "jewelry and cloth
The fate of the schooner Rose
Simons still in doubt. Report
that vessel was sighted, Chicago
boundj believed false. Search re
Chicago Association of Com
merce entertained by their own
Glee club last night.
Alderman, Henry Utpatel vindi
cated by city council of having
been a party to bribing building
Henry G. Graham, 17, 419
Clareirioht av., arrested, charged
with operating confidence game.
Figure of Joseph RowzowsM's
2306 W. 20th st., saved from hav
ing to undress and hand his
clothes over to a couple of robbers
last night. He is five feet and