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founder of Salvation Army, is In Chi
Chas. Johnson, 27, negro, arrested
on charge of stealing $400 worth of
jewels from Paul E-yan Valken
burgh's store, 3148 S. State st.
Anna Howard, 18, Bowling Green,
Ky., eloped to Chicago with man who
turned out drunkard. Turned him
down Now she's stranded.
Anna Berina, 11, hit by auto driven
by 'Martin Richter, 1921 W. 69th st.
-Left leg broken.
David Chermunskey, 17, 5324 W.
(Chicago av., injured by Owen H. Fay
taxicab at LaSalkrand Monroe sts.
Fourtee'n motorists, arrested -for
violating. ordinance against glaring
headlights, fined from $3 to $8 in
Joseph Walsh fined $100, and Jas.
Jones an'd Frank Smith fined $3 each
by Judge Dolan for gambling.
Ezra Watson, 70, negro, injured by
auto driven by Mrs. Anna Williams,
2455 N. Spaulding av.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young wants seven
new elementary schools and 100 port
Jas. Kelly, 17, 4762 Shields av..
hurt by auto of Morand Bros., bot
tlers, -818 b. May st.
- Harmony Club, young Republicans,
endorsed Justice Chas. E. Hughes for
fc Patrolman Wm. McNamara saw
Abraham Hoffman, 19, about to take'
poison at State and Adams sts. Wal
loped him. Police station for Hoff
man. Peari Furdensky, 8, 1311 Chapin
st., died from scalding sustained
Chas. Bauder, 43, 720 W. 61st. St.,
arrested for alleged serious attack on
Allen J. Carter, son of Judge Orrin"
N. Carter, Illinois supreme court, ap
pointed ass't U. S. district att'y.
Butler R. Storke, boy broker, want
ed on forgery charge, appears to have
' Chas. Butcher. wanted in connec
dian Bank of New Westminster, turn
ed over to Canadian officials.
Joseph Folie, Italian, arrested in
Peru, 111., charged with sending Black
Hand threat through mails.
Julia Yates, negress, held to grand
jury for taking $13,500 from home of
Joseph Spiegel, Winnetka. $15,000
bonds. Mrs. Spiegel pities woman.
David McLain, 2130 Washington
blvd., city physician's olffice, chased
and caught would-be burglar. Man .
gave name of John Walsh.
Jas. Morrissey, Maywood, arrested
three times for stealing garden hose,
fined $25. t
Wm. Geis, 28, created riot when
he appeared in -lobby of Merchants'
Hotel, 25 Bishop ct., a la September
Mayor Harrison called McWeeny
on laxity shown by police dept. lately,
Co.unty Commissioner Frank Ra
gen and Walter Wieckowski, county
investigator, whom Ragen struck
Saturday, have made'up and court
case will be dropped.
CiVil war Veterans of Du Page
County held - annual reunion at
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, TH1TBANK ROBBERY CASE
1 Warrington, McEvoy, jthe Garfield
State Bank messenger boy, from
whom thrsatchel containing $12,600
was stolen yesterday partially iden
tified two of the .men held as sus
pects by the police.. t '
The men are Henry Marooney, a
habitue of the redlight district, and
James Cosgrove, 1020 Fairfield av.
Both deny the charge. The police do
not think they have much on the lat
ter. Eight other" suspects are being
held at as many stations.-
The Illinois Bankers' Ass'n. has of
fered $1,000 for the. arrest of the
"Your daughter shows such free
movements in her graceful dancing."
'Free, indeed! Why, inaiq cash for
tion with$267,000 robbery of'Catia-l
everyone of 'em!"