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cases of scarlet fever, 42 of diph
theria, 128 of measles and 1 of
F. O. Frederickson, trusted
clerk in State Bank, Evanston, in
dicted, charged with embezzling
$8,766.83 from bank.
R. Walsh, 2151 N. Humboldt
St., teamster, severely hurt when
his wagon was struck by street
Five men severely hurt when
steel canopy at sub-freight sta
tion of C. J. Ry. at W. 15th st.
and S. Campbell av. fell.
T. D. Nash, 4127 Prairie av.,
lawyer, indorsed by Third Ward
A. C. Dea, one of chauffeurs
who assaulted two men Dec. 29
after they had taken picture of
Aid. A. R. Tearney's Grand Cafe,
E. 35th st. and Calumet av., was
fined $50 and costs. Other two
210 members of Cornell Uni
versity Ass'n here attended -their
29th annual banquet and recep
tion at Grand Pacific Hotel last
Benevolent Ass'n of Paid Fire
Dep't held annual meeting last
night. Officers elected.
J. B. Scholl, owner of "The
Farm," 6830 Stoney Island av.,
found guilty of selling liquor to
minors. Fined $50 and costs.
Matt Jarfulowich, 1268 Marion
ct., landlord "where I. Baron, 20,
was found dead, arrested pending
Walter Woxen, 1626 N. Cen
tral Park av., suicide. Gun. Ill
Miss Gertrude Vath, 15, 11361
N. Clark st., seriously injured
when struck by wagon. Run
away. Henry Petri, 2242 Burling St.,
Jack Johnson, charged with
violation of white slave act, can
not go to N. Y. on a vaudeville
About 1,500 present at seventh
annual grand ball of Chicago
Waiters' Ass'n, held at Coliseum
Annex last night.
L. Mathison, 4054 Butler st.,
shoemaker, arrested on serious
charge. Alleged to have mistreat
ed Josephine Duess, 11, 4019
Wallace st., when she went to his
shop for shoes.
Two youths, about 18, asked
Mrs. G. Flanders, 4001 Grand
blvd., for room over night. Let
them sleep in kitchen. Went to
show. Returned and found them
missing. Also $200 in money and
Unidentified man, about 75, of
fered conductor on street car at
61st st. and Michigan av. $5 in
fare. According to witnesses the
conductor swore and threw the
man from the car while it -was
moving. Seriously injured. Hos
pital. Passengers called police
man and asked him to arrest the
conductor. He refused.
Peter Bartzen expelled from
membership of German Press
club. Claimed he gave them
money. They never saw it..
Fifteen candidates took exam
ination for position of chief pro
bation officer of Tuvenile Court.
Suit for $20,000 damages be
gun inbehalf of Violet Peterson,