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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Bennie Weissr 5, 1249 N. Artesian
av., probably fatally injured by Sears,
Hoebuck & Co. auto truck.
Nelson Morris, 21, son of Edward
Morris, packer, fined $15 for speed
ing. Erna Bernack, 13, Arlington
Heights, IlL, tried to start fire with,
Body of Ben Jensenrpainter, May
wood, found in Mineola Bay, Fox
Lake, m. Murder or suicide?
Lascar Straus, publisher, fined $50
and costs for assaulting W. E. Moore,
managing editor of Inter-Ocean.
Mother of Mabel Sturtevant, ac
cused of using mail to defraud col
lege girls, is in town to aid daughter.
Stanley Field, 2120 Cleveland av.,
rescued from drowning when canoe
v Secretary of War Garrison has or
dained that Harrison st. bridge must
go by April 1, 1915.
Police in 22d st. district deny that
$500 robbery occurred in disorderly
redlight house during past week.
R. E. Wilsey, 1100 Sheridan rd.,
Evanston, reported yesterday that his
home was robbed of $350 worth of
jewelry week ago.
A. F. Forte, 10 E. Erie st., killed by
elevator in Maurice L. Rothschild's
Anton Borsewski, 23, 1656 W. 15th
St., shot and probably fatally wound
ed by John Skaskwaez, 1709 W. 15th
st. Assailant says he mistook victim
John W. Croft, 44, organizer for
Modern Woodmen of America, ar
rested on charge of abandoning wife
and child. Denies accusation.
Chas. Friebel, Milwaukee, killed,
and George Chamberlain, Kenosha,
and. J. R. preen, Waukegan, injured
while coupling trains in Northwest
ern yards at Waukegan.
Harry Levy, plumber, 432 Center
st, sued Dr. Max Levy, Heyworth
bldg., for $10,000. Alleges alienation
of wife's affections.
Mrs. Gilbert Young, St. Charles,
HI., stood in doorway and saw baby
daughter killed by car.
Mrs. Meta Volentza, 1349 Edge
mont av., gave her 6-weeks'-old baby
carbolic acid by mistake. Died in
stantly. Vera Forde, 9, 1242 Montana st.,
sustained fractured skull when
father threw her from wagon to
avoid injuries in collision.
Fire caused $50,000 damage to new
coal elevator in Western United Gas
and Elevator Co. plant, Joliet.
$50,000 of police department fund
transferred to new morals inspection
dept. in charge of Mayor Funkhouser.
Mrs. Susan Davis, 66, 2820 N. Tal
man av., killed by gas. Police believe
suicide. ' ,
Guy Morville, cabaret manager, ar
rested for kissing girl on street, fined
$1 and costs.
Wm. A. Harris and-Max Covitz,
convicted of arson, sentenced to from
1 to 20 years in Joliet.
Wife (reading) Isn't this funny,
my dear? Here is an article which
says they have found a new species
of birds in Australia which have four
legs. Now, whatever do you suppose
they want four legs for.
Husband (yawning) They are
probably politicians, my love, and by
this dispensation of their Creator
they are enabled to stand on both
sides of the fence at the same time.