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his wife while attending conference
of African M. E. Church, Evanston.
Frank Hataj, 1335 S. 41st av.f
asked police to search for his step
son, 12, who disappeared yesterday.
H. J. Michaels, 1T945 Princeton av.,
injured by auto truck at Wabash av.
and Jackson blvd.
Burglars got $300 worth of jewelry
from home of Mrs. A. E. Clark, 743
John V. Clinnin, for seven years
chief deputy recorder, has been suc
ceeded by Former Aid. Dennis J.
Ass't State's Atty. Mike Sullivan is
back on the job.
Arthur Bennings, bellboy, Chicago
"A. C, shot and probably fatally
wounded himself in Bradley Hotel.
Chicago women, campaigning to
clean jails, have turned their atten
tion to Hyde Park station.
August Bach, 1401 Wells St., fined
$10 and costs for auto speeding.
Pleaded he was taking sick dog to
Press Blakely, negro, driver of auto
truck, nearly mobbed after his car
injured Esther Gibbons, 7, 2015 W.
E. M. Board, chairman of finance
committee of county board, wants to
investigate expense of detectives as
signed to state's attorney's office.
Commissioner of Public Works Mc
Gfann will take steps to force Chicago
Railways Co. to tear up abandoned
Salvation Army's new $50,000 In
dustrial Home for Men opened at
1339 Congress st.
Police asked to search for W. O.
Foster, 7147 Eggleston av., his wife
and baby, who have disappeared.
Board of Review appointed S. D.
Griffin as secretary.
Chief McWeeny and Judge Fry say
autoists are treated fair in this city.
Three United Cigar stores in bad
for selling cigarettes to minors.
Trial of Max AnnenbergJ under in
dictment for assault with intent to
I kill Alexander Belford, set for Sep
Runaway horse, attached to a
wagon driven by John Wright, 1345
Mohawk st, created panic today
when it dashed north in Dearborn st
from Randolph st. and wrecked the
auto owned by M. C. Anderson, 6310
Southport av. Was finally stopped
at Lake st. by Officer C. E. Gammill.
South Chicago police found 12 go
carts in abandoned B. & O. R". R. shed.
The entire force of the Chicago
Bonnet & Hat Co., 141 Mautene ct.,
out on strike. Boss fired 15 union
Police looking for Mrs. Marie Mar
kis, 16, 2426 Cottage Grove, who
disappeared Tuesday. Worked for
WORKER AT BARN HELD IN
CONNECTION WITH ROBBERY
Watson Smith, mechanic, was held
at the Warren avenue station today
in connection with the robbery of the
Mandel Bros.' barn, which resulted
in the murder of Michael Waschuck
and the theft of $2,000.
Smith was one of the men at work
in the barn when the robbery was
committed. It was he that told the
thrilling story of the fight with the
bandit gang which ended in the death
of Waschuck and the binding and
gagging of Smith and another em
ploye. Later he released himself, he
says, and called the police.
Smith was asked to demonstrate
how he freed himself trqm. the ropes
that bound him. Just how he suc
ceeded, Capt. Ryan refused to state.
Witnesses of the Garfield Park
State Bank robbery will be asked to
visit the station today and take a
look at Smith, who is a chauffeur.
Several of the witnesses say they
would remember the man that drove
the car in which the bandits rode.
Laporte, Ind. Treva BoUser, 8
months old, crept out of doors and
was found drowned in bottom of
ditch near home.