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St., arrested for assault. Mrs.
Mary Stadus, wife, is in hospital
as result of assault.
Case of J. Kopasz, iron dealer,
charged with contributing to de
linquency of his niece, Victoria
Kopasz, continued to Feb. 13. '
Bandit yelled "hands up" at
'"Chick" Evans, golf champion.
Evans flew. Always was a good
"Chicago women have prettiest
and smallest feet in the world."
Statement rendered last night at
annual meeting of Retail Shoe
Dealers' Ass'n at Grand Pacific
Co-operation of capital and
labor in administration of voca
tional school system is advised
by Pres. C. R. Van Hise, Univer
sity of Wisconsin.
Republican judges and clerks
of election will be sought to fill
places in numerous precincts
where Progressives have been un
able to supply necessary officials.
In first month of the system,
Chicago leads the country in par
cel post business. 645,244 more
packages were mailed here than
in New York.
Fourth floor of bldg., 158-160
N. Desplaines st., where 16 girls
are employed, ordered vacated by
Bldg. Com. Ericsson. Firetrap.
Bito Pitruzzo,2246 Wentworth
av., was freed on charge of lar
ceny. Then locked up for threat
ening to kill officer who arrested
W. P. Christopher arrested as
bogus check passer.
Woman's Auxiliary of Engle
wood Hospital to give charity
ball Tuesday eve, Feb. 18, at En
glewood Masonic Temple.
Trial of A. C. Frost and others
in alleged $10,000,000 Alaskan
land frauds set for March 3.
Mrs. Sarah Solomon won mal
practice suit for $5,875 against
Dr. Richard Jentzch.
Women to be permitted to take
county civil service examination
for position of assistant probation
Armed guards placed over bal
lot boxes in office of county clerk
by order of Judge Baldwin, who
is hearing contest of the three
candidates for state's attorney.
Woman's Club will sell apples
in 3,000 groceries tomorrow and
Mayor Harrison's bill for non
partisan municipal elections to go
to council tonight.
"The last thing to be civilized
by men is woman." Mrs. C. L.
McClintock, wife of professor of
University of Chicago.
"Child Welfare Day" is Feb. 17.
Miss Elsie Stark, 315 S. Marsh
field ay., waitress, threatened 'life
of another waitress. Jumped in
auto and imagined she was going
50 miles an hour. Thought she
had killed the girl. Taken from
auto by cop. Will be examined as
to her sanity.
L. J. Coffey, ex-member of
County Board, fined $10 and costs
for disorderly conduct.
Robbers in jewelry store of I.
P. Tyrokowskim, 1720 W. 18th
st. Escaped with $900 worth of
Leslie Boigtmann, son of F.
Voigtman,pres. Voigtmann Wire