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INTERESTING LOCAL NEW ITEMS
William Levandowski got 200 days
in Bridewell. Ill-treated wife.
Mrs. Annie Fein, 849 Vernon Park
av., killed by gas. 'Mary, daughter, 2,
Autos belonging to Chas. D. Pike,
999 Lake Shore Drive; Fred Meyer,
3437 S. Michigan av.; D. Rosenbach,
353 B. 53d st., and Warner H. Robin
son, 6031 S. Park av., stolen by joy
Turkey up to 24 cents wholesale.
Will be 28 retail.
Frank Cooper, 2645 Ward St., de
livery boy, Fair Store, killed by auto
Joseph H. Francis, former alder
man, wanted by police. Said to have
passed worthless checks at Hub.
Five warrants issued for dive in
mates. Charge vagrancy. 150 more
Henry W. Weinhold, who started
fracas in Tacoma Bldg., discharged.
Loan shark claimed he had taken
watch in scuffle. t
Maximiliam S. Clark, accuser of
Hanish, sun cult priest, failed to ap
pear in court.
Chas. Comer, 1046 W. Monroe st.,
fined $100. Beat mother while drunk.
Home of H. L. Carber, 546 Engle
wood av., raided. Thief took ency
clopedia and left silver.
Mrs. Peter Young, Aurora, arrest
ed. Bigamy. Said to have married
August Moeller in Chicago.
James E. Wetz, Chicago egg king,
said to .have made $80,000 since egg
Three alienists visited Henry D.
Spencer, convicted murderer. Refuse
to comment on sanity.
Joseph Rickbvich, Gary, killed in
knife duel. Joe Pavolich who did
stabbing not arrested.
Mrs. J. Garska and child, 2016 Rice
st., driven from home by husband.
Procured warrant for his arrest.
William Hogan, sent to Detention
Hospital, ordered 16 musical instru
ments. Mouth harp to piano.
Florence Donahue, Mailers' Union,
elected president Allied Printing
Trades Council; James Williams,
vice-president; A. Lewis, recording
secretary; Otto S. Wassen, secretary
treasurer; James Nelson, sergeant-at-arms.
"Instruction in sex hygiene will
not prevent child from doing evil,"
declares Dr. Marie Montessori, Italian
educator. "It must be supplemented
by spiritual training?'
Relatives of Adolph Cheffer, former
inmate of the Kankakee State Hospi
tal for the Insane, want investiga
tion of death. Body arrived with'
broken jaw bone and wounds on
Nathan Hecht, teaming contract
or, fined $5. Drove infirm horse.
From Waskow Butter Co.'s wagon
at Feeley av. and W. Madison st.,
1,144 dozen eggs and 330 lbs. butter
Anonymous letters received by
several husbands in Waukegan. Ac
cused wives of misdoings. Postoffice
Fire at Elston apartments, 4167
Lake Park av., drove twelve families
to street." Loss $5,000.
To handle Christmas rush, 443 ex
tra clerks and carriers were appoint
ed at postoffice.
Helen Narzolek, 10, 143 Da Tam
ble st., lured into vacant apartment.
Left unconscious. May not recover.
Frank Cremo, 24 tramped streets
for two weeks. Unemployed. Col
lapsed from starvation.
Mrs. Garnet M. Pine granted $10,
000 alimony in suit against Dr. Mil
ton B. Pine.
John H. Hewitt, 83, ordered to pay
Benj. B. Hancock $177 for care of
Mrs. Hewitt, 82.
Gary plant of the American Sheet
and Tin Plate Co. shut down. 1,800 "
Dr. B. M. Ross, Dr. DeLeon, 745
W. Madison St., and Dr. I. W. Hodg
ens, Dr. Thos. D. Duguis, 385 S. Dear-