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ing a police official and -failure to
be civil to persons at all times.
Regular annual meeting of Vis
iting Nurses Ass'n held here to
day. Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, sup't
of schools, now wants to know
"When is a sorority not a soror
ity?" Derned if we know.
Mrs. Nora Hannan, rooming
house keeper, 113 Aberdeen st.,
now under arrest in connection
with the Logue murder.
Miss Edith Homlinbo and Miss
Lydia Heile, 161 Goethe st, se
verely injured by street car. Kid
napped in car co.'s auto. Sheridan
President-elect Woodrow Wil
son due here tomorrow.
Frances Malek, 3, 1063 N.
Paulina st., burned to death in her
home. Played near stove.
Jack Johnson has made 4th
confession of judgment for Jan
uary rent on his former cafe, 41
E. 31st st. Amount due is $95.
Lease has still five years to run.
Matilda Lafort, 3, 1253 Oregon
av., dead from burns. Played with
Jas. Conely, 55, blacksmith,
3250 Prairie av., struck by auto.
Sixteen men arrested in raid on
alleged handbook room on 2d
floor of bldg., 10 S. Jefferson st.
Frank Dovorak, 947 S. Center
av., seriously injured when beat
en by Jos. McGlynn, 2140 W. 23d
St., street car conductor. Fought
over a transfer.
G. B. Corcoran, 2058 W. Huron
St., found dead in his bedroom.
Gun. Believed accidental. J
A. Krawazyk, who threw him
self off "L" train, believed insane.
Mrs. Rebecca Goldwach, 32,
1839 Spalding av., dead from in
juries received when she fell or
leaped from window of Presby
Anton Maska, 18, 2825 W. 22d
st. ; Ed Maska, 20, 2750 S. Sacra
mento av., his cousin; August
Biela, 19, 2642 S. Sacramento av.,
and Frank Miala, 19, 2523 S. Ho
man av., held to grand jury,
charged with arson.
R. Clute, 23, chauffeur, arrest
ed, charged with disorderly con
duct. Mrs. C. E. Arwedson, 654 Wel
lington av., found dead last night
with fractured skull. Police in
Marie E. Sullivan, suing J. J.
Sullivan, conductor, for divorce,
said he attacked her with teacup.
New and latest thug is parcel
Mrs. Lily Tippie, 104 E. Su
perior st., fainted in court when
told to pay $50 judgment in $10,
000 slander suit brought by Miss
Louise Wollersdorff, 1026 Dear
Woodlawn business men are
very much peeved because of I. C.
Ry.'s increase in train fare.
Horseshoe torn from hoof of
horse of F. J. Barrett, express
man. Went to nearest shop to
have it fixed. Blacksmith refused
to fix it because his horse's shoes
did not carry union label. 'Horse
died of blood poisoning.
All's fair in love if you don't
caje for brunettes