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-admiring safe of A. T
Sons, 350 W. Ohio st.
Mrs. Florence Vogl, 710 E. 51st st.,
found dead. Gas.
Walter Morrison, Glenmore, Pa.,
killed by train near Hammond.
Francis Harris filed $50,000 breach
of promise suit against Walter Nie
mann, former head of Niemann
Mayor Harrison and South Park
Commissioners will leave 'for Wash
ington Tuesday to confer on ilake
Wm. Anthony McGuire, author,
said to have income of $30,000 a
year, sued for $15 loan.
Franz Kerschner, 1356 N.. Park av.,
and Albert Pfaff, 1102 N. Marshfield
av., probably fatally burned in fire at
Independent Brewing Co.
Rep. F. E. J. Lloyd's tieup with Re
publican Club will probably cost him
support of Progressive party.
U. S. has decided that sex hygiene
lectures, now given in public schools,
are not mailable.
Gen. Bramwell Booth, Salvation
Army, may be reconciled with his
brother, Ballington, head of Volun
teers of America, at meeting in New
George Hebesho, Polish immigrant,
robbed of $250, clothing and watcli
by two- men at Dearborn st. station.
Three men arrested after "jack
rolling" Carl Anstad, Highland Park.
John T. Dixon, former head of Po
lice Operators' Ass'n., lost $25,000
libel suit against Record-Herald.
Mrs. Marion Doane, 210 E. Ohio st,
whose flat was recently raided by
Lieut. Cullinane and four other offi
cers, has sued them for $25,000.
NEW GRAFT DEAL IN N. Y.
New York, Nov. 14. Alleged con
fessions obtained from George H.
McRea, arrested in Los Angeles last
month and brought back here,
charge that a deputy commissioner,
an inspector and a captain received
regular graft from the Gondorf gang
of wire tappers. Disclosures which
J result from the grand jury in
vestigation started as a result of this
alleged confession are expected to
rival graft sensations unearthed fol
lowing the Rosenthal murder.
BITS OF NEWS
Samuel More, 74,'burned to death
in fire at 148 Page av.
Man, thought insane, found locked
in freight house of Rock Island road,
Taylor and Sherman sts.
Criminal warrant charging Sol.
Lewinsohn with larceny taken out
before Judge Mahoney.
Clarence S. Funk offered $5,000 re
ward for arrest and conviction of
"men higher up" in conspiracy case.
New York. The right of a wife to
bear children, even though she may
be a teacher in the New York schools,
was upheld in the 'Supreme Court
here today when Justice Seabury
granted a writ of mandamus com
pelling the board of education to re
store Mrs. Bridget C. Peixetto to her
New York. Everett P. Fowler, al
leged to be one of Chas. F. Murphy's
"bagmen," indicted by grand jury on
charge of extortion.
Cleveland. 275 men known to
have perished, 44 vessels and small
craft were wrecked, grounded or still
unacocunted for; property loss to
boats alone, exclusive of cargo, esti
mated $6,000,000 as result of storm.
St. Louis. At least four firemen,
probably six, buried under falling
wall while fighting flames in ware
house of H. W. Beck Hay and Grain
LaCrosse, Wis. Ferdinand Ro
manosky, teamster, apeared before
Judge Higbee and begged to be ad
judged insane because mind was
weakened by excessive drinking.
Committed to asylum.
Peoria, III. Geo. Martin, Wyanet,
fined $176.49 for black bass weigh
ing 3y2 pounds caught within 100
feet of lock in Illinois and Mississippi