in Chicago and he was expecting
a call from him. Extra guard has
been placed on Perry. Fear Webb
will try and get him out.
Auto of S. B. Jamieson, 4510,
Woodlawn av., stolen. Believed
Webb and companions.
Atty. Gen. Wickersham has or
dered prosecution of Chicago
board of trade for violation of
Sherman anti-trust law in fixing
prices of foodstuffs.
Overburdened with suitors,
Juanita June Walters, 16, 2614
Perry st, got scared and disap
peared. Advertised for, '"A nice
young man, about 22; object,
Guards in -Bridewell forced
John Smith, prisoner, to take a
bath. Died in bathtub. Heart
Police waded into Lake Michi
gan up to their necks today and
recovered $3,000 in silver bullion
stolen from American Smelting &
Refining Co. $7,000 more of the
stolen bullion still missing. John
Grow and Peter Rockins, em
ployes of the company, arrested.
Said to have confessed to the rob
bery. 25 cases of diphtheria and 37
cases of scarlet fever reported
14 men arrested in handbook
raid, 100 W. Chicago aw. each
.fined $1 and costs. J. Dale, keeper,
$25 and costs.
John Lester, 62, 4042 Indiana
av., dead. Blood poison. Cut his
Ed Klasen and Fred Geirsbach,
Maywood, set fire to Lincoln
school there. Will o unpunish
ed if they are good for next 60
days. Ruling of judge of juvenile
S. Pasquane, 839 Shelton st.,
robbed of $25 by G. Scozzari, 914
S. Halsted st. Scozzari arrested.
T. Rowsey, 8529 S. Morgan St.,
victim of pickpocket. $9.
W. J. Lynch, 858 Alma st.,
Austin, dead. Hemorrhage.
Bowled too hard.
T. Grass'on, 1055 W. Madison
st., handed T. Murphy, conductor
on Madison st. car a bill. Re
ceived change for one dollar. Said
he gave Murphy a $2 bill. Fight.
Richard H. Jacohson, ex-newspaper
reporter, sentenced to 20
days in county jail for represent
ing himself as newspaper repor
ter. February jury sworn in by
Judge W. F. Cooper. Eugene F.
Hughes, real estate dealer, fore
man. Oscar Westberg, 5621 S. Laflin
st., arrested for driving car while
drunk. Fined $150.
Over 300 candidates will con
test for party nomination for city
treasurer, city clerk and aldermen
in primaries Feb. 25.
Springfield; 111., Feb. 11.
James Hamilton Lewis was nom
inated for U. S. senator for the
six-year term by Senator Denvir
in the House and Rep. Karch in
the House this afternoon.
LVY. Sherman was nominated
by the Republicans, Frank Funk
by the Progressives, and Barney
Berlyn by the Socialists.
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