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from force on charge of having
mistreated Delia Dunke, 17, in
"West Side hotel. Denied charges.
George BCarpenter, 79, father
of Federal Judge, deaM at home in
Miss Rose Kostal, cashier for
A. Newman -&r Sons, 45 11 S. Ash
land av,, held up near 47th and
Ashland in -daylight and robbed
of $400. Four bandits held crowd
off with revolvers.
Man entered store of Frances
Dauth, 1255 W. Adam's ?t. Pull
ed out cash drawer and ran into
street.- Policeman caught him.
Desplaines street station.
Miss Ruth Anderson,, cashier
for M. J. Nasios, 992- W. Ran
dolph jst., robbed o'f a sum she
had intended to deposit. Man
snatched her ppcketbook and
muff. Fled into alley.
Peter Gorski and Charles Fitch,
arrested as suspicious character,
identified as man who held up
Isador Maltz night before last.
Burglars entered home of John
Burke, 6228 S. Efonore st. Loot
Chief McWeenyhas ordered in
vestigation into hold-up of" Po
liceman William Reicher Wants
to know how holdup man can rob
policeman and escape.
Mme. Sarah. Bernhardt acted
as matron of honor yesterday to
Beatrice Pleiss, who married Ed
Ward F. Sulliyan, her American
manager. St. Mary's church.
G. B, Wright of Michigan,
another of "J. Rufus Walljng
ford," taken, into federal custody
by poslpffice inspectors.
Mrs, Margaret Burgdorff trip
ped on skirt. Fell down stairs.
Representing herself as agent
for United Charities, woman is
going about city soliciting Christ
Chief of Police White of San
Francisco takes exception to Cap
tain Thos. C. Meagher statement
that the Western city is most
vice-ridden :ity. 'Frisco chief has
written to McWeeny. McWeenjr
has sked Meagher for report.
United Police of Chicago assaiL
proposed reorganization of the
Chicago Police department.
"Sim" Tuckhorn has learned
that he cannot sell his license or
have it back again himself.
Coldest weather of year came
at 3 o'clock this morning. Regis
tered 3 above. From there it rose
slowly. At 9:30 it was 8" above.
' Mrs. Ella Flagg Young and
John D. Shoop," unanimously re
elected superintendent and first
assistant superintendent of public
schools yesterday. s
Chicago Bar Ass'n will make
war on men who practice law in
the day time and "tell fortunes"
Jacques Lax, 664 W. Madison
St., under arrest for having sent
Miss Margaret Buehert, of Mel
rose Park, postal card with im
Peter Andros, who came Tiere
from New York, was caught
sleeping in church. Judge Scul
ly gave him a dollar instead of a
Col.- Roosevelt left for New
York at 10:15 a. m. over the Lake