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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Aid. Merriam advocates one gov
erning body instead of eight. Would
save city more than $1,500,000.
Mrs. Young, saysWilliam Roth
man, Hearst-Harrison leader, must
go before she returns.
Ed Fenlon, 10540 Torrence av., fin
ed $3. -Stuck finger into Mary Plun-
Judge K. M. Landis denied Hyman
Epstein, lawyer, right to practice in
federal court. Disbarred for subor
nation of perjury.
Geo. Sakamoto, Japanese, married
Mary A. Swan, 18, Gary. Tried sev
eral towns before obtaining license.
Timothy Jacobson, 70, 870 Elston
av., sent to insane asylum. Sent
threatening letters to mayor.
Unemployed negroes leaving Gary.
Police gave 200 choice of leaving
town or going to jail.
Evelyn Elkins, 7, 1712 W. 35th st,
instantly killed by auto truck. Driv
er got away.
Chas. A. Chapin estate will ap
Irene Stockwell, 7, drowned in
Thornton creek. Police searching
Body of Mrs. Joseph Haydu found
in river. Had stone attached to
Earl Howe, 2425 Wilson av., rob-,
bed. Overcoat, watch and $1.50.
December meeting of Woman's
Central Prohibition Club will be held
at National Headquarters, room 42,
106 N. Lasalle st, Saturday after
noon at 2 p. m.
Dr. Horace P. Wilkins, 524 S. State
st, held to grand jury. Told patient
condition was serious when nothing
was wrong. Frank Weidner com
plainant. Rev. J. A. Adams to answer charges.
Said to have paid himself two salar
ies and plunged religious paper into
Carol Krasnotoski fined $10 and
sent to House of Correction. Made
wife sle.ep under porch.
Dr. Young, health commissioner,
sued for $5,000 by Louis Winegrad.
Claims diverting of garbage caused
loss. Has lease to search for "val
uables." A debate on socialism between
Martin Weiss and Seymour Stedman
will be held at Young People's So
cialist League Hall, 1432 W. Madison
st., Sunday evening, Dec. 14, at 8
Edward Dubois, postoffice clerk,
jailed for stealing dime from letter.
Ivan Wide, mnfg. chemist, fined one
cent for sending prohibited articles
Patrick F. Ludwig, Paulina st. and
Lenlake av., severely injured. Struck
by auto owned by W. L. Koehne", 917
C. Tojeogh rushed into Chicago av.
police station. Tried to tell desk ser
geant something. Dropped dead.
Cause of excitement unknown.
Harry Evens, 332 E. 22d st., struck
by motorcycle. Skull fractured.
Edward Sarrati, violent maniac,
escaped from Dunning. Fifteenth get
away in month.
Chas. A. Coey, mngr. motor school,
Michigan av., arrested. Charged with
Mayor Harrison determined to sup
press "26" game. i
Thirty-one more bonds gone. To
tal sold $386,000.
Forty-six per c6nt of homes wreck
ed by drink, according to Municipal
Attorneys for Spencer, convicted
murderer of Mrs. Rexroat, want
death sentence set aside. Claim er
rors were committed in trial.
F. M. Gordon, San Francisco, ar
rested. Alleged horse thief.
Home of William Glowacki, 1746
Lill pi., entered. $700 worth of stuff
John Kaleuno rescued from lake
by John Schoeld, 18 .W. Ohio st
John Mc Knight, 753 Sebor st, and
Edw. Donlon, 769 Sebor st, arrested.'