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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Various peace delegates blew into
Chicago at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Lone bandit slugged night clerk at
DrexeJ Arms. Hotel. Got $125 from
Judge Fry in Speeders' Court fined
Wm. Brett, chauffeur for Charles
Brickett president of Brickett Coal
Co., $10 for speeding. Asst State's
Atty. Dooley tried to nolle pros, but
Judge Fry -wouldn't stand for it.
Max Cecil, 1866 Dayton st.Jeaped
from high bridge into Lincoln Park
lagoon today. Rescued by Park Po
liceman Joseph Langlois. Locked
up. Wife says he has been drinking.
Grave concern felt for fate of miss
ing tugboat Katherina. Should have
docked at Michigan st slip night be
fore last Had crew of four men.
Pearl found in oyster cocktail by
Mrs. W. J. Anderson, 411 B. sixty
second st, at Rector's Saturday
night, valued at $1,200.
Judge Boyer, Evanston police
magistrate, fined Adam KuioswiosM
$20 for breaking into home of A.
WiedranowSkI, 1814 Washington st
Andrew Oski, Kuioswioski's brother-in-law,
kicked on decision. Judge
grabbed Oski and slammed him to
courtroom floor. Officer then escort
ed Oski out of courtroom,
Alderman John Coughlin's sugJglar. Had stolen $800 in jewelry from
gested attack on slit-skirt, peek-a-boos
and other articles of feminine
wear side-tracked by Health Commit
tee of City Council Wednesday.
Motorcycle races opened at River
view last night Result Leon. Pitts,
St Louis, killed, and Harry Fisher,
Chicago, and Joe Wolters, Chicago,
injured. Accident occurred while
racers were "tuning" machines.
Oliver Cady Weiss, 30, 225-lb.
Northwestern Medical student, and
former life guard at Evanston, gave
over quart of blood to John Hagan,
60; 6649 Love av., at Evanston Hos
pital, Wednesday, to save Bagan's I
life. Successful '----
Miss Helen T. Chesnut, Tulsa,
Okla., got $4.50 worth of pulchritude,
from Maison Rudolph, 36 S. State st
Gave In payment $6 check. When
check was returned uncashed Miss
Chesnut had disappeared.
Three Italians entered barber shop
of William Sillavo, 128 S. Canal st
Asked for shave. Got $2.4Q worth of
treatment Refused to pay until lock
ed up in barber shop. Judge Mahoney
ordered Sillavo to refund money,
then fined Sillavo $25.
Mrs. Ethel O'Malley, 921 N. Ho
man av., fatally burned. Tried to light
stove with gasoline. St Elizabeth's
Waiting room of Juvenile Court,
tenth floor of county building, open
ed as playroom for children.
Arthur Mixon, convicted of attack
on negro and sentenced to three
year's Imprisonment, feaped from
window of train which was taking
him from county jail to Joliet Es
caped. Hundreds flocking to novena being
held by Rev. James F. Green at his
church, Sixty-third st and Oakley
av. Began Tuesday. To last ten days.
After battle, James Farrington,
manager Lake View Hotel, 1146-1148
Michigan av., and John Trent night
clerk, captured Ernest Hoffman, bur-
Van Buren car hit Charles Gustaf
son, 679 W. Van Buren st, at Clinton
st Crawled from under car with
alight Injuries. v
Coroner's jury returned verdict of
suicide in death of William Conkey,
attorney, who shot himself Tuesday
Mrs. Mary Howe, 33, a nurse in
Little Wanderer's Nursery, 646 ty. '
Oakley av., found by police at Grand
and W. Chicago avs. Taken to her
home, 2125 W. Huron, st Disappear
ed Saturday afternoon. Seemed un
der mental strain, according- to dffl-