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hammer on "L" structure at E.
40th st. and Prairie av.
Al Polock, 32, Blue Island, at
tempted to pick up lump of coal
on Rock Island Ry. tracks. Killed
0 Emily Fleck, 15, 221 Bissell
St., found diamond worth $700 be
longing to Henry Carpenter, N.
,Y. Rewarded $50.
Clarence Class, prize fight
promoter, arrested here on re
quest of St. Paul police. Wanted
on charge of operating confidence
game and getting away with $4,
500. Employes of I. C. Ry. notified
today that on and after Feb. 1
no more passes over the road will
H. A. Ott, pres. Irving Park
commission, made charges of
wholesale graft against W. G.
Wood, A. E. Brattain and M. A.
Manley in connection with build
ing of Irving Park.
Robert Moore, 8, 2851 Fulton
St., killed by auto truck of F. W.
Thurston & Co., 1832-34 S. Clark.
Byman Leibowitz arrested on
complaint of Mrs. Katie Griffin,
3218 W. Harrison st, and Miss
Leona Hopengamer, 1449 W.
Congress st. Charged with run
ning a "shoot the chute" nalmis-
W try parlor.
J. Falvia, employe of e. & S. C.
Ry. Co., received judgment of
.$11,000 for1 loss of his eyes.
H. P. Deacon, structural steel
worker, injured when cable struck
him at Kelly-Atkinson Construc
tion Co. Got judgment for $6,500.
Joseph Lach, contractor, got
judgment from Pleas Concrete
Construction Co., for $3,500. In
jured by plank.
Mrs. Henrietta Simecek award
ed $8,000 damages against B.
Michalek, concert violinist, for
breach of promise.
State's Att'y Hoyne says he
will need 12 more assistants if he
is obliged by legislation to take
part in trial of divorce suits.
County civil service examina
tion for position of head bailiff
was taken by 29 men. Result not
yet known. Position pays $2,400
Petition signed by 1,175 prop
erty owners of Evanston asking
that Mueller law be submitted to
people for adoption at spring elec
tion was presented to Citv Coun
cil. Council committee on schools
and fire has recommended $750,
000 appropriation for enlarging
Austin High, Ryerson, Chicago
Lawn and Lawson schools.
Capt. B. P. Baer, Fillmore
street station, had his case before
Civil Service Commission contin
ued to Thursday.
Miss Mary Carney, 1419 Sher
man av., filed petition as candi
date for position as justice of
peace of Evanston to succeed
Mrs. Catherine Waugh McCul
lough. Ray Davis, negro, fined $200 on
charge of attempting to attack
Emelia Strausser, 6, 1529 E. 63d
st., last Sunday.
Four Rice brothers found guil
ty last night of making and pass
ing counterfeit money.
Johanna Oparka, 1025 S. Wa
bash av., fined $25 on complaint