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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Application of several bakery con
cerns for temporary injunction
against Bakery Drivers' Union and
its officers was taken under advise
ment by Judge McDonald. Probable
decision Saturday. Bakery drivers
are trying to get Sunday off, and bak
.ers in this suit want to keep up Sun
George Newbarn, 214 N. 48th av.,
shot and seriously wounded by two
men while he was taking Miss Nellie
Homer to her home at Lincoln and
West Park sts. Two men, one of
whom is believed to be jealous suitor
of Miss Homer, did shooting.
Parker H. Sercombe, author and
lecturer, told Mental Efficiency
League at Hotel LaSalle that "ninety
five per cent of the mental energy of
the baseball fan is utilized watching
games or poring over sporting
Claim for $200,000 estate of Wm.
Henry Lee, member of publishing
firm of Laird & Lee, who died with
out leaving will or any known rela
tives, will be made by Mrs. Barbara
Clough of Sherburne, Minn., who
sajrs she is adopted sister.
Twenty policemen asleep in Hyde
Park station fled downstairs and
called for help when an owl flew into
Mrs. Harriet E. Burnham, who
tried to commit suicide with bichlo
ride of mercury two weeks ago, left
county hospital, fully recovered. Mrs.
Burnham was acquitted of the mur
der of her husband March 27, 1913.
Mrs. Julia Frankowski, 1751 W.
38th St., dropped dead on sidewalk
at 39th st. and Campbell av., while
returning home after attending no
vena at St. Anne De Brighton Roman
Czeslaw Michalski, 9, 1256 W. Erie
st, run down and killed by auto
driven by Samuel Sefalo, 112 W. In
diana st., at Chicago av. and Noble
st. Boy stepped from behind car.
Stefalo arrested. j
Coroner's jury investigating death
of Andre KUmchuk, who died in Max
well street police patrol, unable to
agree. Recommended that evidence
be presented to grand jury. Friends
of dead man said he was beaten by
Policeman Michael M. Egan. Latter
says KUmchuk was injured before ar--rest.
Charles Baranov, lodging house
keeper in 18th Ward, indicted in con
nection with alleged frauds in last
election, surrendered to state's at
torney's office. Effort will be made to
have bond of $10,000 reduced.
Frank and Benjamin Wolf, broth
ers, said to be prominent in South
Bend, Ind., arrested, charged withrat
tempting to rob house, near Ham
mond. Captured after six-mile auto
Katie S'erben, 22 years old,
scooped off car track and carried half
a block on fender of 12th st. car;
slightly scratched. Mrs. Lena Ser
ben, 2221 W. 12th st., the mother,
saw accident and became hysterical.
William C. Dannenberg, 1411
Chase av., appointed morals inspec
tor under police reorganization.
Headed list of four who passed ex
amination. Harold Shepherd, salesman, and
Mrs. E. L. Goddard found in apart
ment at Park Gate Hotel, 1552 E. 63d
st. Mrs. Shepherd, who has been
living at 3535 Ellis av., tried to at
tack couple. Restrained by police,
who arrested Shepherd and Mrs.
Fred Hrodek, 23, 4403 W. Madi
son st, who ran down and killed P.
J. Condon, 1235 W. Harrison st, with
auto, given 14 years' sentence. Sec
ond man to get this penalty for mur
der with auto. His companion, Fred
Montague Ferry, consulting en
gineer, city electrical deptartment,
may become head of new telephone
Schuettler's gambling squad got 12