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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Two women here have donated
$1,000 to be used in supplying
horses with chain overshoes.
When policeman came to assist
her in a search for burglars, Miss
Emma Kocurek held his hand in
the dark. "His heart beat fast,
and he appeared so frightened,"
Mrs. H. W. Sutcliffe, daughter
of E. H. Gary, chairman of U. S.
steel' corporation, refused today
to discuss divorce suit she has
brought against her husband,
Whom she charges with deser
tion. Have been married 20
years. Have 19-year-old son.
Name of DeWitt, mayor here
from 1889 to 1891, was put on list
of names for new schools by the
buildings and grounds committee
of board of education. Four
harries ahead of his.
John Washer, 23, freight han
dler, fell from dock between
freight boat Commerce. Crushed
to death then dropped into river.
Police searching for body.
Paul Garozo, Jr., 16, sentenced
to Pontiac today for murder of
his father on Feb. 11.
Miss Nina Leven, 3100 W.
Madison St., fell from Madison
st. car. Seriously injured.
Walter Malcolm, boy, 4328
Park av., "hitched" on wagon.
Fell. Seriously hurt.
Herman Erickson, watchman,
fell into 25-foot ciasson in bldg.
being erected at Quincy and La
Salle sts. Seriously injured.
Recently a clergyman told his
congregation that he owed them 1
a "deep grat of debtitude," and
now comes the report that at a
wedding ceremony a young man
asked if it was "kjsstomary to
puce tna Kfirlo '
W. B. Carter, 152 E. Ohio st., 1
charged with attempting to shoot
Policeman B. McHugh, lned $25
Fred Duschne, 1659 W. 12th
st., and Elmer Gates, same ad
dress, arrested charged with
' Attorneys representing bidders
on Illinois properties of C. & M.
Electric Ry. appeared in federal
court todav to raise their bid
from $1,650,000 to $2,000,000.
Louis Brandeis, Boston lawyer,
Wh. McCall, alias Wm. Mo
Kernan, 1820 Seldon st., arrested
is alleged bandit.
Chas. Seal, 841 Orleans St., col
ored, arrested, charged with stab
hing J. Walsh, 24, 310 Beethoven
pi., Christmas night. Pleaded self
Bldg. Commissioner Ericsson,
D. S. Clafterm, architect of bldg.,
and R. Goldstein, owner, were
blamed for the falling of the roof
of Home Theater on Milwaukee
Window valued at $50 in R.
Sabath Desk Co., 430 S. Dearborn
St., slashed by brick. Believed
done by man who had grudge.
When school opens Monday
flag will be half masked "because
of death of Dr. John Guerin of
Board of Education, who died in