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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
vvmaow-smasner roDDer got auo f uoroner Hoffman may reopen
worth of jewels and millinery from
shop of Marsten & West, 12 N. Mich
Joseph King, 1041 W. Adams st.,
struck and killed by monkey wrench
at Commonwealth Edison Co. power
Fire scare in building at 103 N.
Dearborn st. -Slight loss.
Police can't find groaning trunk.
Women have formed Liberty
League to aid "wets" in 25th ward.
Two robbers tried to hold up Unit
ed Cigar Store, Madison andHalsted
sts., but were frightened away.
Frank. Rose, former street car com
pany investigator, fined $5 and costs
for punching nose of Sidney Ossoski,
general claim agent of Chicago Rail
Fifty sophomores of Northwestern
University routed as many freshmen
when they caught them putting-up
posters, warning class of 1916 of
coming class of 1917. Ducked two
freshies In lake.
John Hermanowski", 22, 1519 West
18th pi., died last night from wound
received when shot in neck by Police
man Richard Strutz. Shooting fol
Smoke from fire at plant of Her
man & Goldsmith, manufacturers,
141 S. Fifth av., routed employes.
Police holding four men on charge
of robbing and assaulting Samuel
Cantor, 1312 S. Kedzie av., early
Patrolman Dominick J. Caferata,
Chicago av. station, discharged from
force for failure to report for duty
. Patrolman Jeremiah Hanley, South
Chicago station, fined 25 days' pay
for being found asleep in undertak
er's office Sept. 2. '
Board of Education will probe graft
charges against Frances Pauline Zel
lers, teacher at Frances Wfllard
probe into death of Bertram Bras
siere if trace of taxicab chauffeur,
who drove Brassiere about town the
night before he died can be found.
Death penalty was demanded yes
terday in Judge McDonaldt's court for
Hassan Sinon, one of alleged murder
ers of Ah Abdul, former part owner
in Turkish coffee house, 466 N. Hal
sted st. '
Maurice Raymond, the magician
known as The Great Raymond, got
into mix-up with his barker at White
Oity. Raymond will appear before
Judge Sabath. v
Mrs. Magdalena Spencer's ground
for divorce is that Dr. Spencer stood
in front of their home, 4117 Washing
ton blvd., from 7 p. m. until 11 p. m.
yelling, "I'll kill you," at minute in
tervals. David Quinn explained to iudge
that he wasn't happy unless he was
chasing golf balls and putting them
in his pocket. Fined $5.
Kathryn Pettigrew had Jacob G.
Schonfaber, 4201 MhVav., arrested
for speaking to her. He denies it
Walter Bartlett, 14, 301 W. Goethe
st., ran away from his mother. Had
revolver and $5 bill.
Mrs. Bertha Heyn, 2118 Seminary
av., found deatLin bed. Gas. Mourn
ed death of husband twenty years
Mrs. Rebecca Maselman, 1301 W.
14th st, taken to County Hospital
suffering- with gas" poisoning. Des
pondent over poverty.
Mrs. Jas. Regan, widow of indicted
election: clerk who was drowned Aug.
24, says his death was accident
Louis Sing, king of Chinatown,
threatens to expose police if they
don't stop raiding Chinese gambling
Body taken from river believed to
be that of Mrs. Kate O'Brien. 22
Public Administrator Jas. F. Bishop
says assets of. late William, Henry