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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
George Kotodatis, Portland,
Ore., victim of pickpockets.
Money order for $800 and $12
cash taken. .
Walter Nortman, 18, 5506 S.
State St., and Albert Pontz, 19,
5755 Grove av., held to grand
jury on bonds of $2,500 each in
cases of robbery.
Mrs. M. Ft Sullivan, wife of
first assistant state's attorney,
robbed of watch and $50.
Jack Johnson drove up to
O'Connell's gymnasium. O'Con
nell met him at door and told him
that he was not allowed there
any more. Johnson left.
Ernest Bodenheim, 42, Cassel,
Germany, suicide in room at
Blackstone Hotel. Gun. Insomnia.
Mrs. Justina Strenah, 1715
Ruble st., bride of two weeks,
seriously injured by auto. Died
at hospital. Ovid Lemiduix,
chauffeur, 933 Vernon Park pi.,
Four men attempted to hold up
and rob Henry Alderguth, 4453
Linden av. Police gave chase.
Escaped. Several shots fired. No
Rosie Yula, 13, 775 W. Con
gress St., missing. Believed kid
napped. Michael Loquerico, 30,
B. Augustine, 1749 Talman
av., attempted suicide. Gun. Will
George Wulfram arrested as
Daniel Novy, electrician, ar
rested on complaint of Mrs. Mary
ENovy. She accuses him of bring
ing her here from Pittsburg. She
was arrested for accosting men
Styen Major, arrested, charged
with disorderly conduct. Claimed,
he was "Gyp the Blood" and was
"tough as leather."
Spiritualists from all over the
country were here today for
meeting of Nat'l Spiritualists'
Miss Alice Trayling hired taxi.
Expected to borrow taxi fare
from friend. Ran up bill of $27.
Friend was not at home. Alice is
now in jail.
A. H. Monroe, pres. Globe
Ass'n, S. State st. mail order
house, fined $5,000 on indictment,
charging fraudulent use of mails. -
Chief Probation Officer J. S.
Houston suggests "square meals"
instead of jail sentences as means'
of stopping petty crimes and mis
R. E. Hogan appointed assist
ant state's attorney.
In spite of protests by the mi
nority, bond of $3,000,000 for
Treasurer J. A. McCormick was
approved by trustees of sanitary;
C. A. Long, former real estate
man here, suicide at Tetom Hotel,
Following the accident, the
tracks of Union Loop "L" will be:
inspected by city. Reminds us of'
locking the stable door after the'
horse is stolen.
Trial of Capt. B. P. Baer, 13th
police district, set for Jan. 15.
Charged with conduct unbecom--