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Rev.E. L. Williams, charged with
running disorderly resort.
Efford Woodson, negro, formerly
employed in office of City Prosecut
ing Attorney Mclnerney, fined $100
for being keeper of a disreputable
house at 168 N. Peoria, st.
$100 loss' in fire in home of Mrs.
Emma Marr, 1736 Prairie av.
Loccietectives have left for Los
Angeles to get E. W. Reed, 21, charg
ed with passing worthless checks on
friends in Oak Park.
Virginia Burnell, chorus girl, ar
rested charged with -disorderly con
duct. Miss Edna Hough, member of
same company, the complainant.
Says Miss 'Burnell struck h'er in the
Michael Carrao, 13, 510 N. Curtis
St., who fell -while trying to escape
from Parental School by sliding from
the second, floor, died late yesterday
at the Swedish Covenant Hospital.
Ole Bastasted, painter, 24 E. Kinzie
St., jumped into river at N. Franklin
Mrs. Mary Levyis, 2520 Seminary
av., attacked by one-armed highway
man. Dragged into alley within a few
feet 9f patrol stables of Chicago av.
police station. Robbed of purse con
taining $15 and a diamond ring.
David Lippitz, 16, 1230 S. Kedzie
av., arrested on complaint of Esther
Kaufman, 7, 1102 S. Marshfield av.,
who says he enticed her into a base
ment arid attacked her. She is in
a serious condition.
Mrs. Matilda 'Trominger, wife of
coal miner at Edwardsville, 111., and
L. Venermoser were arrested at 1548
Wieland st. She is charged with pass
ing false check. Also said to 'have
deserted her husband for Vener
moser. ' G. E. Chisholm, arrested at Minne
apolis, charged with sending obscene
letters through mails. $1,000 bonds.
Mrs.(A. Johnson, 2052 N. California
av., wi'dow, attacked by woman she.
found in her home. When she en
tered .the woman attempted to gag,
tier. She escaped.
Warrant sworn out for arrest of
JDr, Louis Thexton, president Park
Av. Hospital. Charged with perjury.
Bernard Cook, 21, 2655 W. Adams
St., indicted'-by February grand jury
on p'erjury charge.
Dr. F. J. Kranz, 1403 W. Huron st,
fined $25" and costs forspeeding.
WOMAN DIES AFTER A NIGHT
IN THE TENDERLOIN
.A cab drew up at the People's Hos
pital, 253 West Twenty-second street,
early yesterday morning.
v "There's a woman inside who's
sick; doc," said the cabman. "I
brought her around."
An. unconscious woman was' car
ried from thecab into the hospital:
All day long she moaned pitifully as
the doctors worked over her. She
died last night.
Late at night, the body was iden-.
tified. It was that of Mrs. Vesta
Meade, of 2036 Wabash avenueT
Mrs. Meade spent Tuesday with a
party "doing" .the tenderloin. The
drink and drugs she consumed on
that trip caused her death.
Patron What, can't you" wait for
your pay until yo! take me home?"
Taxicabby I'm asking you while
you've got money on yoii-thls is
a church tiazaar you're going in.tOj