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ciliated her. Said he was from
Board of Health. Smeared her
arm with axle grease. Demand
ed $1 50 fee. Neighbor knew him.
Walter Franklin, 16, and John
Steerl. 2k here after 28 days'
m walk from N. Y. Did it for $500
each. Claim record.
Unidentified man seriously
hurt by Halsted st. car. Hospital.
Wm. C. Newbauer, street in
spector, stopped runaway. Se
Mrs. G. DeHaughey wants an
nulment of marriage to Dr. J.
DeHaughey, St. Joseph's hospi
tal. Claims she was drugged
when married, 1 1 days ago.
Mrs. S. A. Low, wife of J. A.
Low, Norwood Park, wants di
vorce. Says husbalnd refuses her
rides in, his auto. Names woman.
F. W. Katske being sued by
People's Loan Co. for $148.60,
said in court they owed him $76.
C. B. Ball, chief inspector of
sanitary district, wants it made
criminal offense for any family to
live in basement.
John King, 348 N. State St.,
tried suicide. Gun. Hospital
with slight wounds.
Mrs. Florence Hansen, 10237
Superior av., suicide. Gun. Ill
Sam Weiss, 2033 W. Division
St., fined $100 and costs for keep
ing poolroqm open after 1 o'clock
Mayor Harrison wants new
sewer system in downtown dis
trict. H. Peterson, 19, confessed he
set fire to Bergquist's store, 455
W. 61st St., by accident and told
story of being beaten by two men
to save himself from prison.
Policeman D. F. Lyons admit
ted he collected $1,860 from po
licemen, which went toward $60,
000 "slush fund" ' of disbanded
Ex-Municipal Judge W. N.
Cottrell, 4929 Lake av., improv
ing from operation for gallstones.
C. A. Waldron, attorney for
committee of 15, resigned. R. E.
Turney, ex-assistant state's at
torney, takes his place.
Several Jewish butchers warn
ed against overcharging custom
ers. Two men entered store of Mrs.
C. Farrell, 1359 W. 69th st. Beat
and robbed her. Got $18 cash
and $36 in checks.
Burglars in home of J. Bros
sart, 1528 W. Van Buren st.
Jewelry worth $1,600 taken.
Safe blowers in store of M.
Colby, 6757 S. Halsted st. Got
$146 and gold watch.
G. Williams, 1753 Washington
blvd., held up. Gold watch and
"Idle Idol" opera to be put on
by Glee club of Lewis Institute
on Friday evening at institute.
N. Sokolow, journalist and
lecturer from Warsaw, to reach
here this month. Will be given
reception by Knights of Zion.
I. M. Segall, 1357 Hoyne av.,
told court how he was kidnaped,
beaten and kicked into ambulance
of Chicago City Rys. privately
owned Sheridan Park hospital.
Municipal Judge Turnbaugh re.-