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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Mrs. Mary Harasek,' 5001 S. Eliza
beth st., jumped' out window. 'At
tempted suicide. May die.
I Edward Jerka, 2014 Armitage av.,
teamster, struck Thomas Shea, 4231
W. Kinzie st, with a shoveL May die.
Jerka tried to escape. Arrested after
crowd . threatened' him.
Ralph' Ward, ' 14, 3756 Cottage
Grove av., and;- "Paddy" Kane, 14,
5536 S. State. st. arrested, as.robbers.
Confessed several robberies. (Named-
other members of their "gang."
Six passengers and motorrhan hurtx
when two cars .crashed at Cottage
Grove av. and 63d, st -.
Peter. Bolda, 1300, Cleaver st, said
he would support his wife and chil
dren but not his stepchildren. -Ordered
"to. pay wife $10 a week.
Louis Grossman, owner of store,
2111 W. 12th st, fought when two
men tried to hold him up. They
Robber attacked Miss Edna Druick,
J.336 Johnson stl She struggled. He
cut her-with knife. Severely -bruised,
Got $15 and jew.elry
, Arthur Gustafson, .24, 9818;Ewing
av.,- confidential clerk- charged with
the shortage of -$1500 in accounts
of the Joseph .Milhemingi&o., jew
elers, 135 S'. State st Arrested.
Frank Irving,, 2445 N. Avers, av.,
teamster, struck by auto of A. Ros
berg, 2549 Logan blvd- Died-
.fOryille Cavanah, violin instructor,
Evansville, Indl, arraigned for theft
of $10,000 violin from A. Van Kor
stqn, 2127 W. Van Bufen st, on May
28, 1912. Case continued to. April.8.
Leonard Lansing, 12 Lafin st, or
dered to sellfur coat to support aged
mother, 1267 Fultonst Mustpay $18
John, Tasto,-4135 41st . ct, found
guilty by jury of "passing counterfeit
bills.. , V . ;
Alexander, McQueen, 30, tinner,
11432 S. Park av suicide. Acid. Had
Fred Dittmer, 25, chauffeur for R. 1
M. Eastman, held to grand -jury at
inquest Tover body of Vincent' Blais, 5,,
.3710 W. Huron st, who was killed by
Eastman's auto, March 5.
Unknown man struck by streetcar.
Company's ambulance "got, away
with him. Police found him dead at
Park Av. Hospital.
"The City of Heavenly Rest" is new
name given to Chicago by Eugene
Ysaye, violinist; just larriyed from
the -flooded district
Marie Camp, 15, 2133 Van Bufen
st, still missing. Left home Monday.
$25 fine or jail for 10 days for those
who don't muzzle their dogs if bill
recommended by" judiciary committee
of city council is passed by legisla
C. A. Paesler, 1423 Clybburn av.,
suicide.- Acid. Out-of a job.
Two robbers ot $1,250 cash and
valuable jewelry from Fred Potthast,
down-town-, restaurant owner.
Jas. Brown, coachman, 1150 Or
leans st, victim of robbers. Gold
watch worth $100.
BITS OF NEWS
St Louis Mrs. Lijlian Handlan
Lemp will 'receive $100,000 alimony
and custody of her son, W. J. Lemp,
HI;, son t of millionaire "president of
Lemp Brewing Co., by decision of
state supreme court.
Leavenworth, Kas. W. W. Mont
gomery, Pittsburgh, former cashier
Allegheny bank, sentenced to 15
years for juggling funds,left prison
on pardon granted by Taft
Napier, Neb. Clifford Rohr, cow
boy, ,shot and..killed by Marshal Zim
merman while trying to hold up First
Elsie, aged four, was taken in to
see. the 'new 'baby brother that had
recently arrived. "Mamma," she said,
after looking the baby over, "why
didn't you pay a half dollar more and
get a size larger?"