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G. J. Kalsigiannis, 31, poolroom
owner, 27 Van Buren st. Refused
to pay for pool game and drew
Aid. J. Kjellander, 3640 Evans
ton "av., fell. Severely Kurt.
Dr. M. L. Harris, and Dr. R. G.
Schroth had fist fight during 3
hour debate on questidn of coun
ty hospital nurses. One blow
struck. Went wild. Friends sep
Forty club next Tuesday will
gfve 40 Christmas dinners,. 40
"pantry boxes" with purse of $325
with which to purchase coal,
wood, medicine and incidentals,
to 40 popr and needy families.
Officials of International Har
vester Co., charged by govern
ment with being combination in
restraint of traded again refused
to produce documents govern
ment attorneys say will prove ex
tent of monopoly.
Coroner investigating death of
Mrs. B. Tuelkey, 28, 027 W. 25th
pi., who died of narcotic" poison
ing. Believed suicide.
Supreme court's cjecision con
struing Jutil hill to pronibit extra
assessments for interest on mu
nicipal bonds results' in real estate
owners here paying 10 per cent
less taxes. City will lose more
than $3,000,000 taxes by decision.
Federal grand. jury returned re
bating indictments against K. Y.
C lines, L. S. & M. S., the Big
Four and C, I. & S. and against
John Carstenson, vice president
N. Y. C. lines. Charged with giv
ing rebates totalling- $60,000 to
O'Gara Coal Ca here.
Report of police department
show that first ten months of
1912, 36,028 women were ar
rested. 2,000 telegraph operators on
Burlington Ry. asked for increase
in wages. Management"has of
fered an appropriation of $40,000
to be used in giving those who
are entitled to it an increase.
Unanimous vote in local 403
bartenders' Union rejected J. E.
O'Brien's proposal to make tem
perance organization out of khe
Dean Walter T. Sumner, St.
Peter and Paul's Episcopal Cath
edral, will not make his annual
Christmas pilgrimage of hope
among Magdalens of the West
Side this year. "There is no
longer a West Side levee," he ex
plained. "The .women are gone
and there is no need for a trip."
Capt. B. Baer, twice discharged
from police force and reinstated
by court orders, called before
Civil Service Commission to ex
plain interview he gave news
paper reporters, criticising com
mission in connection with police
Illinois Republicans' will discuss
results of recent election and
make plans for reorganization of
party at conference at LaSalle
Only $540.50 is needed to com
plete the required $5,000 relief
fund for family of Policeman C
T. Jones. v
25 chauffeurs and teamstersar
rested for breaking various laws
Mrs. Daisy Blaine, 68 W. Su
perior St., took carbolic acid. At-