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., asked local police to search for
her husband, who disappeared
from Hammond Hotel, 745 S.
Dearborn st., yesterday. Had
$160. She thinks he was robbed
Wm. Bendisch, 50, 1709 N. 424
av., killed by auto of A. L. Hoss,
118 Germania pi., driven by Roy
Kitzmiller, 1813 N. 48th av., at
Milwaukee and Chicago avs. Roy
Louis Wolf, Pres. Royal En
deavor League and Jeff Davis,
Pres. Hobo's Union, will debate
on "Hobo or Capitalist; Which
Is Most Detrimental to Human
Progress?" at Colonial hall, 20
W. Randolph St., Sunday even
ing, Feb. 16.
Chester MacKenzie, 2641 W.
Adams St., found dead in bath
tub. Stella Lehota, 13, 1244 N. Lin
coln St., ran away from Rome
with $10 belonging to her mother.
"Bad names over the phone are
as bad as any other kind." Judge
Sabath. Fined Mrs. Dagmar
G. L. Spence, 6114 Stony Island
av., victim of two armed men.
Coroner's jury reported that
Mrs. Catherine Bradley, 1118 S.
Western av., died of natural
C. C. Thiel suing Allen Gold
Mining Co. for $7,000. Charged
he was swindled out of that
amount by buying stock.
Jas. McCarthy, inspector of
health department, bit several
sliced oranges held here, to see
if they were frost bitten. Sick
all next night.
Stork visited Mrs. Rebecca
Sacraski, 27, 1354 S. Leavitt st.,
while she was on way to hospital
in patrol wagon. 8 pound boy.
Eight discharged bailiffs of
municipal court have obtained j
lawyer and will file petitions for
Patrolman W. J. Muerrett,
Hinman st. station, discharged
for not reporting for duty.
Miss Mary Carney, 1419 Sher
man av., delegate for nomination
of justice of peace on Citizens'
ticket, says if elected she would
refuse to be a "marrying justice"."
Police searching LaGrange for
horse thieves who raided two
stables in Lombard.
Jesse Binga, proprietor private
bank 3648 S. State st., first negro
banker to be admitted to member
ship of Illinois Bankers' Ass'n.
Wm. Simons, local man, dying
in Detroit from cold and exposure
from falling into Detroit river.
Coroner's jury still unable to
determine cause of death of Is
rael Baron, 1169 Marion st., who
died at Dunning Hospital from
external injuries on Jan. 21. M.
Jamulowicz, 1268 Marion st., still
Peter Bartzen, ex-pres. county
board, not permitted to take wit- (
ness stand in his own defense in
a suit against hirrh Rev. J. A.
Bollman, as executor of Rev. F.
A. Sixt, is suing for payment of
$2,516.53 for two promissory
notes of $1,000 found in effects of
the dead prifest. Case continued