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First Assistant Sup't of Police
Schuettler's title has been chang
ed to First Deputy Assistant
Sup't of Police.
Wm. Chiles, night watchman,
found dead in basement, 2018
Park av. Frozen.
Evanston club women intro
duced ordinance for sanitary
grocery store sand butcher shops.
Mrs. Lillian M. Hess, N. Y.,
filed suit for $1,813.20 unpaid ali
mony. Police here searching for A. E.
Dickerson, St. Paul, missing from
Sherman Hotel since Jan. 23.
Robbers took overcoat and
$100 from J. R. Hamilton, Bil
lings, Mont., under South Side
"L" structure at Congress st.
Man entered restaurant of A.
Jones, Evanston, while Jones was
asleep. Cooked himself a steak,
ate it and left with $4.
Thief took pocketbook from
Miss Elizabeth Wusterm, stenog
rapher, 335 People's Gas bldg.
She says if they will return dress
trimmings, keys and addresses
they can keep the $10.
Today is last day to register
for alderman ic primaries Feb. 25.
Evanston wants 3 chemical
motorcycles, 2 auto trucks and a
pulmotor for the fire department.
Body of new-born baby boy,
frozen stiff, was found in basket
in rear of home of J. Qiaratillo,
1021 Johnson st.
J. Youngerman, 1369 Indepen
dence blvd., sentenced to six
months in jail for not supporting
son, Clement, 10, who is crippled,
deaf and dumb.
LD IN CHICAGO
E. R. Litzinger, lawyer, fined,'
$10 and costs because chauffeur
Coldest this winter was at 5
this morning when government
thermometer went down to 2 de
grees below zero. 5 below in-
Ernest Bonoci, 10, 616 S. May
st., had right leg broken when
caught in wheel of wagon he was'
Fire in Schoenhofen Brewing
Co., 9370 S. Chicago av. Large
. Five plate glass windows,
worth $1,000, in store of Yondorf
Clothing Co., Milwaukee and
Chicago avs., broken by unknown
person. Motive unknown.
Capt. R. Amundsen, north pole
discoverer, lectured at Evanston
Congregational church last night.
Thos. Kelly, 100, lost at S. 48th
av. and W. Congress st. Police
At Illinois organization con-
ference, Ella Flagg Young held
that vocational training should be
given in present school system.
E. G. Cooley, ex-supt. of schools,
recommended separate vocational
institutions. Mrs. Young won.
Kenosha police searching for 2
men who bound and gagged Mrs.
H. May Monday night and left "
her unconscious. Motive un- (f
C. E. Ricketts, 718 Sheridan
road wants divorce from Harriet
J. Jozinatz, 18, entered home of
Mrs. W. Kloszinski, 8543 Supe
rior av., after doctor had vac-