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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Case against J. B. Scholle,
owner of saloon, "The Farm,"
6843 Stoney Island av., charged
with selling liquQr to minors,
John Jurick and brother-in-law,
Stephen Getz, 1457 W. 18th st.,
with whom he lives, got into fight
over $12 board bill. John prob
ably seriously injured. Getz ar
rested. C. K. Murray, 4448 Dearborn
st seriously injured when auto
struck his wagon.
There were 3,374 more mar
riages here this year than last.
Aid. E. L. -Geiger, 21st ward,
seriously 1. Acute indigestion.
Jack Johnson, negro teacher
of physical culture," sued by
Hegeman Printing C6., N. Y., for
$408.70 for bill of printing done
when he was in vaudeville.
Chas. Eendoveno held to feder
al grand jury, charged with pan
dering. Accused of putting Ag
nes O'Neil, 18, and Grace For
tune, 17, in resort run by Ray
Reimer, 926 Jefferson St., Gary,
Decision in contempt proceed
ings against Dr. Wm. T. Kirby,
president of the bankrupt Kirby
Savings Bank, and Margaret L.
Kirby, his wife, set for next Fri
day. Federal authorities today got
more evidence against Ottoman
Zar-Adusht Hanish, head of
Mazdaman cult, now out on bond
and awaiting trial for sending ob
scene matter through mails.
Coroner's jury today held
Thomas Freed to grand jury on
charge of murder of James Con
way yesterday in the Mortimer
Mrs. A. R. Watson, 1723 Em
erson st., victim of purse snatch
C. B. Westcott, 60, 2051 Park
av., switchman, killed by freight
train in Penn. Ry. yards.
Thousands of persons going to
work this morning were stopped
when trolley wire broke and fell
at N". Clark st. and W. North av.
Coroner Hoffman will ask leg
islature to pass bill compelling
funeral processions to have man
get out at every railway crossing
and see way is clear.
Peter Casey has wooden leg.
Arrested for being drunk. Wood
en leg busted. Judge" Hopkins'
court stopped while policeman
fixed it with hammeij.
Fred J. Hohing dived into
river to save man's life. He did.
Lost his watch. Bell diver recov
Board of Education expected
to take action against high school"
frats and sororities, which hav6
Policeman Peter Johnson,
Hegeswich, has 12 children. 12
passenger auto. Hole in savings.
Dr. G. W. Bollenbach, dentist,
sued for $10,000 damages by Mrs.
T. J. Johnson, charging "careless
and unskilful treatment of her
James Sweeney, 313 W. 17th
st., "terror" of Normal Park,
broke loose from his peace bonds.
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