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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Burglars got $27 from safe of
Union Wholesale Liquor Co., 1515 W.
Mrs. Charlotte C. Rhodus says not
only women but men also dress fool
ishly. Lord Northcliffe, English publisher,
visited Court of Domestic Relations.
Said England should have simliar
Three people hurt when North
western suburban train, on Galena
division, overturned while nearing
Mrs. Anna Lundquist, telephone
operator, granted divorce from Carl
Lundquist, pugilist, after she caught
him with another woman.
E. C. Wheeler, Richmond, Va.,
found dead in his room at Briggs
House. Natural causes.
The Elkhart, Ind., Central Labor
Union unanimously went on record
denouncing Hearst's Chicago Exam
iner & American.
Paul Adams and George Georges,
South Dakota farmers, robbed of ?2,
900 in cigar store 110 S. Canal st.
Sam Booth, Kolzie, III., robbed of
$105 and $250 worth of diamonds by
three men under "L" structure at
Mayor Harrison threatens to re
voke licenses of several saloonkeep
ers on South Side.
"Prince Artie"- Quinn arrested two
men last night who were. posing as
Hyman Morris, 1254 S. Sangamon
st., and Jacob Minens, 1248 S. Sanga
mon st, hurt by auto of D. B. Gilles
pie, 6458 S. Union st
Mrs. Ada Siegel, 1318 S. Central
i,Park.av., shot and killed herself while
"holding grandchild in arms.
Body of unidentified man, about 50,
i taken from lake, foot of 7th st. $42
Secret service men raided alleged
', counterfeiting joint at 2436 Madison
?t C. F. Kehlman, who claims he is
'artist, confessed. , , .
Judge Baldwin, Circuit Court,
signed 19 divorce decrees and heard
40 divorce cases yesterday.
Andrew Olson, who shot and killed
his former wife, Mrs. Christiana
Lundmark, 364 Wendell st., and
wounded himself, is recovering.
Louis Comiskey, son of White Sox
owner, married to Grace E. Reidy,
3404 Jackson blvd.
Special grand jury has resumed
probe into election frauds.
Mrs. Geo. W. Stahl, 1314 Church
St., Evanston, hurt when her run
about crashed into another car.
G. A. Gregory, 5353 S. Morgan st.,
electrician, Commonwealth Edison
Allen S. Curlitt, Jr., 19, New Roch
elle, N. Y., held to federal grand jury
for running hotel bills by imperson
ating naval officer.
Body of boy drowned in lake Sun
day identified as Louis Jonopous, 5,
811 Sedgwick st.
Elizabeth Grimme, nurse at Oak
Forest Infirmary, discharged because
she went to see dying mother.
Three employes of Elgin, Joliet &
Eastern Railroad arrested for padding-payroll
Hugo B. Krause, anti-cruelty so
ciety, who heads list for assistant
county agent,, may not get place.
County Agent Meyer doesn't want
Progressives will begin active city
Thief stole $100 from receptacle in
wooden leg of Charles Kennedy, 1053
W. 14th pi.
City Club may co-operate with
Public Safety Commission in lessen
ing accident dangers.
Michael Baker, 610 N. Halsted st.,
stabbed and John Setano, 602. N. Cur
tis st, laborer, hit by bottle in fight
over card game.
Rest room for women and children
opened in Criminal Court
Mrs. Laura Clarke Rockwood, Uni
versity. Ql Iowa, says, college -course