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Adams st, dying Augustana hos
pital, from pernicious anemia.
J. T. McCullough, Carbondale,
111., brother, wants her removed
to see if he can't save her life with
Christian Science. Fred Wil
mer, husband, says it would be
dangerous to move her. Her
brother asked for writ of habeas
corpus in circuit court to remove
According to Capt. Healy, Has
san Sina, held for murder of Al
lah Abdowl, whose body was
found in suit case, has admitted
that he committed the murder,
to a Turkish prisoner. Taken to
county jail to await trial.
Joe Jackson, chauffeur for Dr.
W. Walter, failed to appear in
court on charge of not having
rear light on his auto lighted.
Case passed up till later. Judge
got note from V. C. Wieder, the
doctor's secretary. $2 was en
closed to "cover court costs and
$1 for the judge's courtesy."
Judge Hopkins sent boy back
with written reply and the $1,
saying he had no iise for the
money on Monday.
Miss Katherine Brennan, N.
Y., guest at Blackstone hotel, ar
rested charged with theft of sil
ver tray from the hotel.
P. J. B. Haverlv, inspector for
A., P. & Santa Fe Ry. Co., ar
rested on charge of setting room
of the Astor hotel on fire while
quarreling with a woman. Small
Building Commissioner Erics
son completely exonerated from
blame in connection with collapse
of roof of Home theater.
23-year franchise of the County
Traction Co. expires Feb. 20.
City council trying to solve
whether the franchise should be
G. J. Williams, 58, cashier
Queen Insurance Co. of America,
160 Jackson blvd., suicide in room
of Grand Pacific hotel. Gun. Be
lieved ill health.
R. E. Blackwood, ex-representative
for news bureau at City
Hall, elected secretary of Illinois
and Chicago Civil Service Re
Frank M. Ryan, Pres. Interna
tional Ass'n of Bridge and Struc
tural Iron Workers, will leave
here tonight for Indianapolis,
where a special convention of
ironworkers will be held Feb. 24.
Confidence man "sold" farmer
the Criminal Court building for
$2,200. Farmer is peeved.
Negro robber in home of S. E.
Sommer, student of N. W. U., 844
Leland av. Several shots fired.
No one hurt. Got $150.
J. D. Stinson, switchman C, M.
& St. P. Ry., sued his employer
for $34.90 wages held on a loan
shark assignment. Awarded his
F. S. McMurray, 3806 Ellis av.,
fell down stairs. Dead.
John Hennessey, 220 N. Sacra
mento av., switchman, fined $10
and costs for beating his wife.
James Hastings, 1646 W. Con
gress St., discharged on charge of
beating his wife when she failed
to appear in court.
Dora Drinkwater, 1415 W.
Lake st., suing her husband for
divorce. Charges him with threat-