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pocketbook containing $50 from Mrs.
Zena Lapidus, 826 S. Hermitage av.
Policeman John J. Daly, Desplaines
st. station, 29 years on force, re
signed. West Park Board may name pro
posed park in honor ""of Christopher
Mrs. Arthur T. Aldls elected presi
dent of Chicago Equal Suffrage As
sociation. Malcolm McDowell, well-known
for his charitable work, will leave
city Nov.'l to make home in Balti
Albert- Driskell, 20, who told lurid
v story of how he murdered Alice Mat
thews in Minneapolis, April, 1912,
branded as faker. Wanted trans
portation back to Minneapolis.
Case against Mabel Sturtevant,
college graduate, charged with
r Mrs.' Martha Ailie, 68, 3107 Chris
tiana av., killed Dy lau irom secona
50,000 said to have been collected
on Tag Day.
August Blumenthal, chauffeur,
4550 S. Michigan av., arrested for
drawing gun on Robert H. Ripley,
vice-pres. American Steel Foundries'
Co., following collision of their autos.
Ralph William, midget, found be
headed on Northwestern railroad
tracks at N. Water st.
Mrs. Mary Einttecht, 1223 E. 63d
st., badly injured by fall from moving
Milwaukee av. car.
Juniors and freshmen at North
western University had egg fight.
Henry Spencer finally taken to
Wheaton county jail. -Stopped at
Wayne, 111., and showed how he killed
Four masked robbers held dp Geo.
Flannigan's salon, 3658 Wentworth.
av. Got $24.
Irving Buckley, 1739 W. Madison
St., injured by Broadway car at Ran
dolph and Dearborn sts.
Rumored that three men tried to
break into State's Attorney Hoyne's
office during night. Extra guard
thrown around evidence in Funk
DELAY IN SULZER CASE
Albany, N. Y., Oct. 15. There is a
possibility of considerable delay in
reaching a verdict in the Sulzer im
peachment trial. Today's session of
the court was spent in considering
the technical problems of the situa
tion, and it is possible that the arti
cles of impeachment will be referred
back to the assembly.
SCARED THE KID
At a small dry goods store they
employeda small boy to run errands.
The other day, while he was waiting
in the store, a lady came in and asked
the clerk for a yard of silk.
When it was placed before her she
"Oh, really, I must be mad; I want
On hearing this the boy rushed out
of the store, and, seeing a policeman
across the way, 'ran up to him, shout
ing: "Coine over here. There's a wo
man in our store gone mad. She
Extra bedding is needed in Albany,
'tis said by the chambermaids. Ever
since Banker Shiff .lost his shoes
guests have been wearing theirs to