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ployed by Mrs. D. E. Snyder;7012
.N. Clark st, disappeared with 2
children of Mrs. Snyder. Police
notified. , v
George Kaparso, 35, tried to
attack Mrs. Annie Cramer, 23,
1846 W. Erie st. Arrested by Al
derman J. Edward Clancy.
Mrs. Ida E. Noyes, wife of La
Verne W. Noyes, dead at home,
1450 Lake Shore drive.
All hope of locatirig schooner
Rouse Simmons abandoned.
Angelos Geocaris 811 S. Aus
tin a'v., arrived home yesterday
from Greece. Denies he is Greek
deserter ordered shot by Prince
Esther Roth, 9, 1414 Austin av.,
appealed to W. Chicago av. po
lice for a home. Says she was
driven out by stepmother.
Chicago vegeterians say that
apes should pick the menu for
man. Have better taste.
John S. Cult, farmer attending
Land Show, does not like our car
transfer system. Had a fight yes
terday, Jail. Leniency of Judge
Courtney saved him.
Frank G. Hajicek,private,bank
er, lost suit to Mrs. Antonio Pos
pisil. Awarded $900. '
James J. Julian, city fireman,
sued for his own 2-year-old child.
jMotner-in-law has it.
Calvin Walden, Kenosha, was
crushed under big boulder.
Board of Education filed pro
test with Dr. Young, president of
Board of Health against erection
off hospital at N. 50th and Bel
mont avs. Too near school.
Alexander A. McCormick, new
president of County Board, vis-
lited County Hospital first time
Edward J. Tobin, .county sup
erintendent of schools, says sys
tem is bad. Advocates remedy.
Frank P. Danisch, newly elect
ed clerk of Municipal Court, expects-to
have court clerics punch
Big mystery around County
Building. Who changed the
counches from office of the Civil
Service Commission to those of
superintendent of Public Service?
Jane Addams will be one of
presiding officers at national con
ference of Progressive party at
Hotel La Salle next week.
Harry O. Whitcock -suing Dr.
Chas. C. O'Byrne for alienation of
affections. Says he used his posi
tion as. physician to make love to
May Tolan, bookkeeper, em
ployed by Flanagan-Biedenweg
Co., On way to bank for firm.
Stopped to buy Christmas .pres
ents. Robbed of $1,480.
Writ of attachment served on
"Dr." Nicholas B. Kern and "Dr."
Edward E. Stalhutte as result of
robbery charges. House at 3449
S. Park av. stripped by sheriff.
Judge Marcus Kavanagh lays
blame fpr increase of crime on
Church criticised for laxity by
ministers at monthly dinner of
Presbyterian Social Union, Hotel
Patrolman J. P. O'Bojde ar
rested, two girls selling tickets for
fake raffle. Gave names as Mary
Zander and Catherine Moser.
Mrs. Henrietta. Gaston, 80,