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back by Policeman H. Reilly, 4115
Vincennes av., after he and a
"pal" had held up a delivery boy.
Chas. Mullen, 30, 3228 E. 92d
St., and J. F. O'Malley, Cleveland,
held to gran ' iurv under $8,000
M bonds each, charged with bur
Mrs. Anna Vodak, 2451 Clifton
Park av., robbed of $632 by 18-year-old
boy at S. Loomis and W.
Peter Cudbeck, 1621 Dixon av.,
arrested. Said to be a member of
gang of safeblowers.
Henry Jaga, saloon porter,
gave Stephen Bornaz order for
$909 in bank to draw it for him.
Stephen did and hasn't been seen
Dr. E. J. James, pres. U. of I.,
at Presbyterian Hospital suffer
ing from attack of neuritis.
Carl Kropke, 67, 1844 Fremont
St., slashed his wrists with razor.
Attempted suicide. May die. '
Illinois Brick Co. filed suit
against F. S. Bartzen, son of
Peter, for $358.50, for brick said
to have been delivered to defend
ant. Examination for chief proba
tion officer will be on Jan. 18.
A. J. Hopkins, Jr., son of ex-U.
S. Sen. A. J. Hopkins, sick at hos
pital with diphtheria.
Mrs. Lena McMillan, St. Louis,
came here and traced her hus
band, Johh McMillan, 25, and
Miss Catherine Kares, 20, to
room at 658 Milwaukee av. Both
arrested on serious charges.
Mrs. M. W. Springer made de
fendant in suit for $10,000 dam
ages filed by J. D. York, architect,
who says he made plans for hos
pital which was never built and he
was never paid.
W. J. Murphy and J. J. Mur
phy, live stock merchants at stock
yard, suing Traders' Live Stock
Exchange for $50,000.
Robert Crawford, negro, ar
rested, charged with being hold
up. John Krupka, 24, surrendered
to police and said he was wanted
for robbery of $1,000 and suit of
clothes. His conscience hurt him.
M. D. O'Hara, 5632 S. Wabash
av., victim of holdups. $15.
Man with policeman's star
tried to hold up saloon of J. A.
Eaton, 1624 W. Van Buren st. Es
caped. N. W. Harris, 66, has resigned
as president of Harris Trust &
Mrs. Mills was a woman of few
words. One afternoon she went
into a music store to buy the book
of an opera for her daughter. A
salesman walked up to her, and
in a quiet way Mrs. Mills said:
" 'Mikado' libretto."
"What's that, ma'am?"'
" 'Mikado' libretto," repeated
"Me no speakee Italiano," he
replied, shaking his head.
Woodrow sorrowfully consents
to ride in that inaugural parade
because, he thinks, the streets
would be too crowded for him to
walk. Get on a motorcycle,