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S. Wabash and E! 12tK st today.
Fur thieves robbed Jacoby &
'Anderson, 1345 Milwaukee av.
$2,000 worth stolen.
Col. Roosevelt "is due here
(Monday. Will attend Progressive
conference at Hotel La Salle. ,
Superior Court Judge Ben
Smith is expected to be re-elected
at April aldermanic election.
A special election ivill be held
next April to fill Municipal Court
vacancy left by death of Judge
Albert JPadecfey, 4924 W. 20th
St., struck untionscious.by robbers
who tackel him at California sta
tion of "L." Got $3.50:
Samuel Pisaro, 17, 807 W. Tay
lor st, wTorking hiraisson. at riew
building, S. La Salle and 'Quincy
st. Rockiell. Body taken heme.
Mrs.i Ellen Nelson .was given
one hour m'jaifcbecause. she stole
pair of baby shoes for her child.
Said it "was the" baby's Christmas
John Leitters held up and
robbed hytwo'menatlW. Huron
and Noble sts. last night.
Lake County grand jury exon
erated .Dr. Harry R. -Risinger
from all f blame fop his .. wifVs
drownings at Round Lake on
night of Sept. 8.
'James Bronge, 1451 22d av.;
Leonard Tartoello, 1001 24th av.;
Charles Garnett, 15S23d av., and
John Ragone, 165 22d av., con
fessed to 50 robberies andheft of
20 autos. In Melrose Park police
Wm. Harvey, negro, was glad
to be' arrested today. John Gould,
916 Buffalo av., and his son,
Robert, 18, saw "him entering win
dow. Played football with him
until police came.
Miss Catherine Barker, daugh
ter of late John H. Barker, is re
ceiving numerous proposals di
marriage through the mails; She
has just come into her father's
Pretty infant found wrapped in
shawl "in La Salle st. station.
Taken to St. Vincent's Orphan
i o o
DENIED NEW TRIAL
Hit de Pipe Heitler; wearing a
peal gray hat suffering from a
growth of whiskers, was denied
a new trial by Judge Turnbaugh
About two minutes later, he
Was gently separated from $10 by
his attorney, Charles' E. Erb
stein. The $10, Erbstein explained,
was'for the cost of filing a writ of
error, a bill of exceptions, and
may cover anything else that Erb
stein -.may happen to think of.
This" means that the case will
go to the appellate court, and
probably will be decided in four
or'five months, allowing that said
appellate court gets 'down to busi
ness in a hurry.
Meantime, Heitler will be free
on a $200 bond.
Heitler was found guilty Tby a
jury of frequenting a disorderly
house. He said at the time of his
arrest that he was being persecut
ed by the police and Barney GVo
gan for refusing a campaign con
tribution to help Maclay Hoyne.