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2118 S. Springfield av., thiB 'evening.
Aldermanic campaign to be consid
ered. Four thousand janitors to take
strike vote. Want wage increase.
Owners have refusedto meet new
schedule. ' -
Wm. Tremmerling, 28, 2805 E. 77th
St., fined $50 and costs. Disorderly
Mayor blocked vertical lift bridge
for Lake st. Wants "jackknife." New
Car wrecks patrol wagon at S. Ro
bey and W. 30th st. Policeman Pat
rick Arundell, Patrick Gorden and
John McDermott injured. Fire de
partment called to eqtinguish flames.
Rush C. Butler, scored vice segre
gation at Industrial Club meeting.
Says "it creates a nest of crime."
Lyndon Meehan, 2138 Washburne
av., found unconscious. Robbed $75.
Mrs. Herman C. Hanson, Kenosha
st., burned by gasoline explosion.
Lead hymn while dying.
Judge Landis called obscene letter
writers "human rats." Case of John
McElligott, said to have written let
Earl C. Baker, parcel post clerk,
arrested. Said to have opened 38
packages in four hours. Bonds $1,000.
Body of Peter Meurs, 114 W. 111th
St., found in Calumet river. Police
Miss Viola Jabalush and Joe Heg
wish, Hegewisch, injured. Chas.
Gunker, driver auto truck, arrested.
Earl Irvm, 1041 W. Randolph 3tM
held to grand jury. Charged with
murder of John Brown, 1451 W. Mad
ison st. Bail denied.
Ten more city bonds sold. Total
John Tarnoczi, 1840 Clybourne av.,
arrested. Wife claims he has wife
and two children in Hungary. Stated
he had $2,000 in bank. Finds he
John Westerfelt, 4605 Avondale
av. struck bv "L." Severely In lured .
Albert P. Tardy, letter thief, re
ceived two years in Joliet from Judge l
Landis. Got $638 from registered
Howard W. Baker wants $36,000
allowance as administrator of fath
J. C. Borowiek, 55, C. & O. P. "L,"
killed at crossing grade, Harvey st.,
Mrs. Cleola LaMar, 9001 Commer
cial av seer, fined $50 and costs.
Ordered to leave town.
No clue to death of Edgar Howe,
Mrs. Angeline L. Strong, 3963 Ellis
av., failed to face court. Charged with
speeding while intoxicated.
Wm. H. Rupert, Chicago Men's
Specialist Co., to face Judge Landis
Dec. 11. Misuse of mails.
Mrs. Minnie Graul, 1857- Wash
burne av., died at County Hospital..
Burned while painting gas fixture.
James Cotton, 5339 S. Dearborn
at, dead from burns received at Ken-field-Leach
Co., 445 Plymouth ct.
Dr. H. A Moje, 4132 N. Ashland
blvd., Richard Cor, Robert McDan
iels, G. W. Cook, Otto Stupe, and
"Simrne" of Wilmette severely in
jured. Autos collided at Irving Park
blvd. and N. Clark st.
Railroads agree on station deal.
Grant concessions Aldermen sur
prised. Had expected hard fight.
Women to hold civil service test.
Thirty-seven will take exams as
cooks and waitresses.
War on mashers is on. Raymond
Hays, Baimbridge, Ind., fined $10.
Elsie Bustleman, 1200 VN. LaSalle St.,
Josie Stefanowski, 30, 4825 S.
Marshfield av., died from injuries. Fell
into tub of boiling water.
Mrs. Bromislawa Lys and 5-year-old
daughter, 1714 W. 21st st, se
verely burned. Bonfire.
Two women and five men arrested
in gambling raids at 742 R. 39th St.
and 892 Lill av.
Miss Sara M. Hopkins, clubwoman,
3150 Michigan av., nominated by
suffragists for alderman- of Second