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Macatawa Park, Mich., to stand trial
for "kidnaping" Schartenberg.
John Shinorski, 44, Chicag Beach
Hotel employe, fell 5 feet while
wheeling cinders. Back hurt.
Jackson & SeTrwnelmeyer applied
for injunction to restrain city from
interfering with bathing of "Septem
May Sokole, 28, Chicago Beach
Hotel scrubwoman, badly scalded.
Dropped paifof hot water.
Report of Board of Review shows
increase in one year of $18,608,712 in
assessable real estate.
Battling Nelson's pet mule, Jinney,
"has disappeared from former
champ's home in Hegewisch.
Police believe Dr. L. F. Mueller,
- 2867"Elston av., who died in St. Eliz
abeth's Hospital Sunday night, com
Two boys, each 15, found stealing
.telephone from vacant flat 4135 Cot
tage Grove av. Both had copy of
"September Morn" in pocket.
Mrs. J. A. Stone, Burton, Kas., is
latest to claim estate of late W. H.
Lee, wealthy publischer. Claims he
was her brother, Jeremiah Watts.
Springfield Commercial As'n.
complained to Interstate Commerce
Commission that Eastern rail lines
are discriminating against Spring
Mrs. Patrick Joyce, 3902 Federal
St., had Pat arrested because all he
oes is fiddle and read the paper
while she works. Case continued.
Roy C. Miracle, 740 N. State St.,
clerk at O.-G. Shoe Store, arrested.
Charged with taking $5.
Wm. H. Thomas, 1433 Arbor pi.,
claims he was robbed of $10 by Mrs.
Louisa Jones, 157 N. Morgan St., and
later beaten by her hubby. Couple
Burglars got $25 and $50 worth of
"cigars from G. W. Cohen's store, 31
N. Franklin st.
Peter Deschamber, farmer, Mor
ton Grove, badly hurt. Thrown from
wagon when bumped by Fullerton av.
car.- . z
Carlo Narlich, 50, killed by Stato
st. car at 11th st.
Frank ScKuItze, 22, and Alec H ris
er, 21, on trial in federal court.
Charged with bringing two girls from
Detroit for immoral purposes.
Tony Desamone, wanted in con
nection with murder of James Ac
ques, surrendered after being traced
to Fond du Lac, Wis.
MRS. THAW SAYS SHE'LL SPEND
HER LAST CENT FOR HARRY
Montreal, Que., Sept. 9. "The
sky's the limit" is the slogan of Mrs.
Mary Copley Thaw, mother of the
escaped madman, as the strings of
the Thaw moneybags are torn away '
and a trail of gold is promised Can
ada in the struggle to prevent Harry
K. Thaw from being returned to Mat
teawan. If necessary Mrs. Thaw
says she will spend every cent of the
Thaw millions and carry the fight to
the Privy Council of England and
even to the King himself.
Mrs. Thaw and Mrs. George Lau
der Carnegie, Harry's "guardian an
gel" sister, were in conference for
several hours with the two lawyers
who obtained the writ of habeas
corpus which prevented Thaw being
taken to Vermont by the immigra
Coaticook, Que., Sept. 9. William
Travers Jerome is returning to New
York City following his acquittal on
the "penny ante" charge when Judge
Mulvena of Sherbrooke took the case
over the protest of Judge McKee be
fore whom the complain was made,
and dismissed the charge on the
ground that Jerome had violated no
law. Jerome will return to be in
Montreal next Monday, when the
Thaw habeas corpus writ comes up
before the king's bench.
FIFTEN INJURED IN WRECK
Wiley, O., Sept. 9. Fifteen person's
injured in wreck of Pennsylvania fly
er, enroute from New York to St.
Louis, Steel pullmans prevented Joss
1 of life. Train going 60 miles an hour,
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