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"Good Samaritan"'of Harvey fire
department for half a. century,
Bernard Chapman, charged
with operathig con-game, found
guilty in Judge Windes' court.
Faked trading stamps.
Dr. Shailer Matthews, dean of
divinity school, Chicago univer
sity, elected president of Federal
Council of Christian Churches.
Chicago's new 'Chinatown to
have Y. M. C. C.
Mrs. Mary Askew,, .837 East
39th st., learned ambulance was
to take her to Detention hospital.
Carbolic acid. Revived. Escaped
and ran to 'lake. q Dragging for
Eugene C. Kimbark, president
Association of Commerce, pre
dicts a thinking era among busi
ness and club "men.
John W. Beckwith, first assist
ant corporation counsel, ' to suc
ceed Maclay Hoyne.
Whistles to regulate passage of
pedestrians at loop corners will
probably be tried next week.
John F. Waters, attorney,-with
offices in City Hall square, sued
by. Adam Lauth for $15,000
Lauth says "Waters struck him
with baseball bat.
Wladislaw Sulka, 1512 Wa
bansia, fined, ,$15 for lighting
paper that set fire to overcoat of
Stanislaw Lewner, who was
sleeping in saloon. ,
Elsa Ross, 1, 10138 Ewing av.,
died of being fed condensed milk
from rusty can.
Thpmas Golden, 6743 S. May
st., held up. $40.
.Vice-president-elect Thomas R.
Marshall says rich misunderstand
him. Says he has no battle with
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Runde, Jr.,
641 Barry av., came home from
dinner party and found home
ransacked. Loss $400.
Walter Patten, 5653L S. Green
st., met road agents. $35.
Purse of Mrs. Mary O'Donnell,
211 E. 25th st, snatched at 25th
and Wabash av. $40.
Local secret service men testis
fy in favor of George W. Fitzger
ald, accused of $173,000 theft
from U.'S. sub-treasury.
Thomas Brake, negro, 3208
Dearborn st., held to grand jury
in connection with death of Cor
del Jartet, 16.
Family carried Charles Moyer,
suffering with broken leg, two
floors to street through smoke
choked building of Calumet Fur
Burglars entered room of J. H.
Newman in Jackson blvd. and
gagged him. Carried him to
closet. Locked door. Took $35
and diamond Ting.
W. 6. Bogle, 65, wealthy coal
man, is married to divorcee of a
month ago. Bride 24.
Maj. Gen. William H. Carter,
commander of Central division of
United ,States army, is in Chi
cago. Bion J. Arnold told street car
arbitrators that 24.9,,,per cent of
Chicago City Railway Co. stock
is "pure water."
Mayor James Rolph, Jr., and
wife, of San Francisco, visited
Mayor Harrison yesterday arid