Newspaper Page Text
ting up fire escapes by 6 o'clock
tfcnight it will be closed by po
lice. Maclay Hoyne, State's Atty.,
made promise that he would turn
over all the fees to the county
collected by his office, over which
he has the power of disposing.
A. J. Cermak, bailiff of muni
cipal 'court, will contest in su
preme court, the power of judges
to reinstate discharged employes
of the clerk's and bailiff's offices.
Beginning Monday there will
be no deliveries of mail after 3
o'clock in the afternoon.
Maria Iero, 19, 957 Plymouth
ct., missing. $10 "reward" of
fered. She disappeared with her
cousin, -Pietro Fero, who is also
F. E. Howard, deputy smoke
inspector, accused of accepting
$70 bribe to permit violations of
the ordinance, was ordered dis
charged by civil service commis
sion. Belt line switch engine collided
with M. C. freight train near
94th st Engineer O'Leary prob
ably fa-tally injured. R. Reed,
7850 Lowe av., fireman, broken
Delegations from West Engle
wood visited Mayor Harrison,
Supt. of Schools Ella Flagg
Young, and school sites commit
tee of board of education. They
want technical high school.
Jacob Hopp arrested here.
Wanted in Dickinson, N. D., for
raising check from $8 to $80.
Ed Scott, bridgetender Loomis
st. bridge, ended old feud last
night when he shot and killed j
George Nehiling, 2605 W h
St., in saloon at 2901 Archer av.
Mrs. Wanzel Stucker, 311 W.
29th st., dropped while watching
exercises of ward school pupils.
Died at home. Heart failure.
Joseph Silsbee, well known
architect, 1044 Hollywood av.,
dead. , Complication of diseases.
Dr. R. Si. Benno, 1533 N. Cal
ifornia av., arrested for speeding
in his auto. Fined $25, although
he said he was going to answer
call of baby choking to death.
John Howe, 27, 15 W. Adam
j st., arrested charged with rob
Saloon license of Matt Luecker,
3334 N. Clark sit.,, revoked on
grounds that the place was "a
hang out" for highwaymen.
Mrs. Martin McDuff, 3709 S.
Halsted st., overcome by gas.
Hospital. May die.
S. Moritz, 35, 1918 Dayton st,
tripped and fell in an alley. Frac
tured skull. May die.
No one hurt when car hit auto
of C. M. Moderwell. 5944 Win-
15 tramps arrested for sleeping
under stairway at 518 Plymouth
st. Judge would not send them
to Bridewell, as they wanted.
Suggested a good "beating up,"
which he said would do them
Irate Customer Here, sir, that
coat I bought of you is no good.
It s full of moths. Abrahams
Veil, mein good friendt, vot did
you expect for two dollars but