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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Wm. Weston fined $35 and costs
for accosting 8-year-old girl in Oak
Evanston Women's Club wants po
licewomen. Beer introduced as evidence in case
before Judge David Sullivan swiped
while case was being heard.
Jas. G. Brady, 526 S. State St., in
jured by fall down steps leading to
Heinly's restaurant, 41 S. Dearborn.
Three boys arrested on charge of
stealing purse containing $250 from
Mrs. Cecilia Rosenfeld, 1218 N. Wood.
Richard J. McGrath, chief clerk of
circuit court, will tell judges the need
of more safeguards for court records.
Acting Police Schuettler called all
police captains to his office and gave
strict orders as to regulation of vice.
George Brown and James Curry,
charged with running gambling
house at 4183 S. Halsted st fined
Police watching for four Chicago
boys who escaped from St. Charles.
Police captains wants 30 per cent
increase in salary. Now get $2,250 a
Robert B. Kee, official of O'Connor
& Goldberg Co., missing since Satur
day. Blind wife of Michael Enrich, ar
rested for disorderly conduct, saved
him from jail by plea to Judge Wade.
Louis H. Feldman, wholesale cloth
ing merchant, found guilty of receiv
ing stolen property. Motion-'for new
Edmund Lochowitz, 1120 Center
st., in plea for annulment- of mar
riage, said wife turned on gas while
Mrs. Leylnia Knight, 6123 Stewart
ay., and' her two young children nar
rowly escaped death by gas.
October grand jury returned 204
indictments out of 293 cases .pre
sented. Twenty students of Dundee High
School arrested for hazing.
The Anti-Hearst Trade Union
League meets tonight at 768 W. Van
Geo. L. Cantwell, Dalton, III., and
David Crowley, South Chicago, in
jured when auto turned turtle in
Mrs. Virginia Brooks Washburne
appointed tango censor of Press
E. A. Grossman, pres. of F. N. Mat
thews Co., tailors, found not guilty
of kissing Mrs. Joseph M. Kraus,
Mayor Harrison says Aid. Beilfuss
acted liko "jelly-fish" in resigning
from commission to investigate city
Mrs. Cecelia O'Brien, who claims
to be 100 years old, found wandering
around 63d st. and Wentworth av.
Mrs. Dora Carvelle, 1937 Hancock
st, struck by auto, died of fractured
skull. Autoist escaped.
Bion J. Arnold says surface car
companies must have downtown sub
ways within few years.
Chicago Grand Opera Co. no long
er affiliated with Philadelphia com
pany. Mrs. Emilie Grace Goodall, wife of
Harvey Goodall, managing editor of
Drovers' Journal, sued for divorce.
Charges cruelty and intoxication.
Cook county board and judges will
co-operate in effort to reduce cdunty
employes' salary list.
Lake County Sunday School Asso
ciation has started war against slot
City Waste Commission still study
ing garbage report Garbage still un
collected. Henry Spencer may be operated on
to remove cause of criminal instincts.
Att'y Frederic Fischell charges
Municipal Judge Uhlir with being un
fair to Jews.
James Sullivan, Boston, robbed of
watch and $31 while in Turkish bath.
Mayor Harrison says Roger Sulli-
1 van is owner of property at 1958 W.
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