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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Today is Friday, the 13th. Are
Postal station in drug store of
A. W. Adamack, 4661 Evanston
av., robbed of $550.
Gems and furs valued at $1,500
stolen from residence of C. H.
Fellows, 4805 Sheridan road.
Man hurt when 2 auto trucks
collided at,W. Superior st. and
Friends of Oscar M. Arebach,
the Princeton graduate, recently
sentenced to life-imprisonment
for murder of Harry W. Fisher,
Chicago real estate man, have of
fered financial help to Secure him
a new trial.
Shaul Loahmanlrfjzar, 25, Per
sian,' wants constitution of U. S.
changed. .Cannot hold job longer
than week. Corporation Counsel
Sexton told him he could not
change it, to go to "Andy" Law
rence. G. G. Christlieb, prominent
broker of Wheeling, W. Va., is
in Chicago to search for Robert
LeMoyae Plummer, 18, nephew.
His wife is losing her reason
worrying over disappearance of
Anna Kirsch, 506 Cass st., and
John Carlson held for robbery of
Victor Cropper, at Dearborn and
Illinois st, Wednesday night.
Skating season started today.
Ice 4 inches thick in 3 parks.
Students of University of Chi
cago forced Frank Bratfish to
lower price of a hair cut from 35
to 25 cents, or else get out of his
State Senator John Denvir,
chairman of siate public utilities
commission, reported dying today
at home, 1846 N. 40th av. Pneu
monia. Schooner Butcher Boy, believ
ed to have been lost in lake storm,
docked safe at Milwaukee.
Joseph Williams, 3344 S. Wa
bash av., negro barber, ran
around shooting rifle on Wabash
av. Judge Hopkins cooled him
off with $50 'fine.
Edward Coleman, 6019 Went
worth av., or some one else drew
a sharp razor across the jugular
vein of Coleman's neck. Coroner
Mrs. Edna Silverstein, Califor
nia av. and 26th st., showed pair
of calloused hands to Judge Scul
ly. Charged with stealing. He let
her go home to her five kiddies.
Earl G. Swallows went to Fair,
where wife is employed. Stole a
pair of gloves and a pocket knife
for each of his three children, Ar
rested. State's Atty Hbyne Has asked
for immediate resignation of As
sistant State's Ajtorney Otto
Schramn in conection, with dis
missal from custody of Tenie
Goldman, wanted in New York
Government attorneys and
court spectators were disappoint
ed when Elmer A. Pelaski, postal
clerk, failed to identity Mrs. W.
T. Kirby as orte who sent a pack
age containing money to Nellie
Kirby. This failure leaves ' the
wire-tapping defense intact.