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Arthur Strauber, 28, married
man of Milwaukee, is held, charg
ed with contributing to delin
quency of Sadie Higgson, 16, of
Detroit. Case continued to Mon
day. Ten pound boy born to Mr. and
Mrs. Raebern H. Post, of La
Grange, has 8 grandparents.
Raymond St. Benno, 2840 W.
North av., arrested for speeding.
Said he was racing the stork. Re
leased. Mrs. Wm. Ziemer, 3233 Union
St., had her husband arrested for
using profane language. Judge
Mahoney didn't like "nagging
women," so he discharged Zie
mer. Mrs. Ziemer's father tried
to talk to the judge. Fined $5 for
contempt of court.
Wm. Girsch, 2400 W. Lake St.,
struck by falling brick. Dead.
Harry Caspier, 454 S. State St.,
found unconscious in hallway at
603 W. Adams st. Dr. C W.
Wahlberg at County Hospital re
fused to let him in, saying he was
merely drunk. Taken to police
station. He died.
C. T. Preston, one of 500 dis
charged policemen in 1897, lost
his 10-year fight today for'his old
J. Wright, 73, 225 E. 13th St.,
lawyer and director of Illinois
Humane Society, is dead. m Pneu-
Unidentified man entered sa
loon of A. Samuelson, 1358 E.
70th st., and said he was dying
from bullet wound. Was given
several drinks of whisky while
waiting for police. Discovered at
hospital that he was nothing more
1 than drunk from the whisky he
Grand Lodge meeting of Order
of Elks for 1913 will be held in
Rochester, N. Y.
Judge George Kersten refused
to place Wm. Holmes, negro, on
trial for robbery because he was
dying of tuberculosis. Removed
i from courtroom on stretcher.
Will be sent where he will receive
proper medical attention.
Mrs. Annie Kiviurciak, 660 Fay
St., arrested, charged by neigh
bors with trying to choke her 3-year-old
baby to death. Said it
was on verge of starvation. Sent
to St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum.
Policeman Wm. F. Donahue,
3129 Harvard St., knocked down
and beaten by four men he at
tempted to arre'st for fighting.
One was arrested.
Chas. Jernberg, 1511 La Salle
av., died from injuries received
when struck by street car.
Although D. L. Trout, pres.
Standard Live Stock Commission
Co., admitted that he has been
dodging jury service for last eight
years he was dismissed.
New York officials have raised
the speed limit in busy sections of
the city from 8 miles an hour to
15. Here are the ones who do the
raising of speed limits.
Three girls and five men ar
rested following family row in
home of John Curtin, 6310 Har
vard av. Charged with creating a
disturbance. Case continued until
Big "Jack" Ryan, for 15 years
traffic policeman at Madison and
State sts., is dead. Heart failure.