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J. M. Field, real estate dealer,
6357 Drexel blvd., and Ed Gold
man, 1172 E. 63rd st., arrested for
speeding. Thought each other
were auto bandits. Fined $15
Mrs. R. O. Winckler, Pres.
West Hammond Woman's club,
says Miss Virginia Brooks, West
Hammond reformer, shocked the
club with a toe dance in gauzy
attire. Mounted Policeman L. J.
Loenecke is now a delegate for a
Carnegie medal. He caused a
collision between his horse and a
runaway horse just as the run
away horse was about to dash
into a crowd of screaming women
at Washington and Dearborn sts.
He was slightly bruised.
Mrs, Sophia Miedema, 77, 1498
E. 47th St., seriously injured by
Nine Evanston school pupils
barred from school because their
parents refused to have them vac
cinated. Earl Bailey, 29, bartender, Ok
lahoma City, caught by Mrs. F.
Ackley, 6121 Greenwood av.,
when he attempted to- rob her.
Dr. H. M. Stewart, 2417 S.
Michigan av., victim of two ne
gro hold-ups. $24 and gold
A. W. Sjtanmeyer indorsed for
alderman of 26th ward by 26th
Ward Progressive club at meet
ing last night.
Judge Landts, federal court,
has made ruling that no bonds
connected with surety company
or in any way tainted with pro
fessionalism would be allowed to
give bond in his court.
Municipal Judge Sabath wants
license fee for sale. of cigarettes
raised from $100 to $1,000; says
it will increase city revenues and
save many young boys.
Mayor of Gary, Ind., "New
Chicago," punched chief of po
lice's nose when he tried to stop
fight in mayor's home between
mayor's wife and some women '
200 frat men, "regular devils,"
turned out in parade. Policeman
said "Boo," and fired two shots
in air. It was a race to see which
of fraters could get out of sight
the quickest. j
F. M. Orchard's home has been
robbed many times. Published a.
"want ad" "Mr. Burglar, please;
write. State what you want, and
we will prepare it, but don't muss
up the house.
Young People's Civic League
have drawn up resolutions of pro
test against issuance of special
bar permits for dance halls and
will submit them to city council.
Physicians' Sociology society
here will be organized at meeting
to be held at Sherman hotel Feb.
Thief stole oats worth several
hundred dollars from barn of H.
Williams, Indiana av. and 35th
st. Bag broke. Policeman fol
lowed trail and found oats. Thief
J. W. Coffin, Newburyport,
Mass., inmate at sanitarium at
Newton, got away from his at
tendant and threw himself under,