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A. Cunnea has 'had petititi filed
for week. .
William "Sunny" Dunne-taken
back to jfoliet yesterday under
heavy guard, iWHl finish jife Sen
tence for murder. v f
av., tossed hucket o"f cpl on head
of Jfahn Von Thaden-because.) he
objected to song played oh-phon-ograph.
Mrs. Alary M. Bartelme, assist
ant to Judge Pinckney of Juvenile
Court, first woman judge in;Cook
County. For eighteen-; years a.
Chicago lawyer. i t
K Judge Hopkins ordered Mre.
py EHjj. Ward to marry Barney McT
Coy. He believes they-wen,t tb
cense. Did notknow 'that woman
had husband. -
'At 9 a. m. yesterday Theresa,
A. Voight asked for-a day off.
Manager told her they were to
busy. At 1 p. m. she returned' to
desk as Mrs. Albert Johnson? Jf.
Lives at 1667 Hollywood -ay. ' ' '
Cecelia Spiccuca, 7, 2021 W.
Huron st;, offered to .makehot
cocoa f or grandpa. Fiames from
stove-fired dress. .She died later.
Two robbers entered delicates
sen, store of Mrs. Emma Bruhma?
221 W. 69th St., with drawn re
volvers. Woman screamed. p Rob
bers fled. '
Ten-months'-old Vivian Reyn
olds, 507 E. 37h st., sat strapped
in high cfiair. 2-year-old brother
played with matches; on floor.
Caught Vivian's clothing. Burned
Two littlev girls saw .urdderna
jied Italiaa shot and killed in
1 Chatham ct. near Hobble st. Bul
let behind each ear. Probably
Black Hand work.
JJ. -Leader, 669 Rush st., heard
burglar alarm go off in tailor
shopr Burglar frightened away.
Police closed Patsy Pleasure
Club at Elm s.t. and Chatham ct.
Catherine Stutz, 16, says she was
mistreated there by 12 members.
Police will investigate 30 other
SO.-cafled pleasure clubs.
Sheriff, immer stopped boxing
show ajtsflarvey, 111. 300 local en
thusiasts turned back. '
Elsie. Schuenemann, daughter
of i?apain of "Christmas ship"
RouseSimmons, will hold sale of
Christmas-trees at Clark st. dock
on -board the Oneda.
' Furs valued at $800 stolen from
Northwestern Fur Co. at 1552
Milwaukee av. Used wagon,
Mystery of taxi found in Wolf
Lake solved. Walden M. Shaw
Co.have promised not to tell
names;. Prominent 'Kenilworth
business man will settle bills.
'PoHce searching for 20 yaung
girls. Disappeared from their
homes in last week.
Edgar Wilson- Nye brought
suit against film concern, charg
ing they stole play from him,
changed name and made picture
Chicago k Medical Society will
urgethat schools be formed to
teach, life saving.
Walter Johnson, 40, 540 Dear
born ay., crossing tracks -a" t Polk
st. Switch engine. Dead.
Geo. A. Boesch, 40, Vestibule
Hotel, shot himself through head.