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LaSalle aw, who was struck by
their car and whom they refused
to give up to anyone but the am
bulance. Mrs. Hofen died in am
bulance. Dr. Wm. T. Kirby, of defunct
Kirby Savings bank, was witness
in bankruptcy case before F. L.
Wean, yesterday. Examination
continued to Feb. 20.
Danger of an epidemic of con
tagious diseases in public schools
is reported practically over.
Aid. Martin threatened to be
gin injunction proceedings un
less definite action is taken to
ward moving garbage plant in
Report of building committee
absolving Building Commis
sioner Ericsson of responsibility
in connection with collapse of
Home theater was ordered pub
lished by council.
Aid. Mayer asked that offices
be established in each ward for
aldermen and that members of
council be forced to spend stated
hours in their offices.
Illinois supreme court late yes
terday declared that voting ma
chines were legal. They will be
used at coming Democratic alder
Mrs. Emma Black, member of
N. Y. terminal market commis
sion, is here to start movement
for municipal terminal market
Howard Moore, Chicago Juve
nile Protective Ass'n, has taken
charge of North Shore Juvenile
Small fire in basement of Union
lunch room, 692 Milwaukee av.
Frank Postara, 4, 548 Barbour
st., scalded to death. Fell into
tub of hot water.
Oliver Robinson, 1833 Sedg
wick St., and George Lippert,
2003 Sedgwick st., both 19, held
to grand jury on $1,500 bonds. ,
Arrested in room at 325 Webster v
av., with two girls, Anna Nelson
and Margaret Hagel, 2652 N.
Halstedst. Both 15.
Two suits filed against Brumo
Richter, 1749 N. Fairfield av.,
charging him with using horse
flesh in sausage and with offer
ing horse meat .for sale. Factoy
is at 1529 Augusta st.
Ed von Kaenel, steeplejack,
swung himself up to the top of
steeple on top of Montgomery &
Ward building, at Michigan av.
and Grant Park.
Miss Viola Cole, dressmaker,
1204 S. Oakley av., dropped dead
in butcher shop, 2725 W. 12th st.
John Landy arrested on sus
picion. Confessed he robbed ice
cream social at Gary, Ind. Three
dozen tin spoons found on him.
E. C Roberts, Oak Park, ar
rested for speeding. Said he was
hurrying to hungry flock at
church social. Discharged.
Miss Rosie Wapp, who attack
ed police officer two weeks ago,
placed on trial for resisting an of-
Municipal Judge Caverly U
sued order forbidding S- A. Lewi
sohn, professional bondsman
barred from federal court by
Judge Landis, from signing any
bonds in his branch of the muni
Capt. Halpin, detective bureau,