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born, arrested. "Alleged "quacks."
Released on $2,000 bonds.
"Vice is loose," cried Wm. M.
Blake, at business men's morals
meeting, "500 buffet flats in Stanton
av. police district."
Germanit Marlowe, 18, 220 E. Erie
St., insulted. Assailant's friend show
ed police badge and officer let him
go. There have been several com
plaints "against wearers of police
badges at the E. Chicago av. station.
Chicago Medical Society wants 3
new hospitals for contagious dis
eases. Frank Weinstein, 1008 Washburne
av., relieved of $25 watch. Prank
Haggerty, 1513 W. 14th St., Henry
Voss, 1415 S. Ashland av., and Chas.
Hadesman, 1421 S. Ashland av., ar
rested Astor Cafe, 172 N. Clark st., looted.
$175. One block from detective
bureau. Robbed 3 times this year.
Gem Lunch Room, 2213 Indiana
av., entered. $15 taken.
Joseph Vaughan, 1831 S. Michigan
av., stopped by highwaymen. Lost
Home of Aaron M. Weinstroch en
tered, 1801 Clybourne av. $53 miss
ing. Jury in the case of Mrs Alice Sing,
charged with killing Chinese hus
Deadlock over terminal plan.
Roads won't pay fair valuation for
936,000 in money orders this
month, mostly foreign. Expected to
reach $1,500,000 by Christmas.
Albert OJson wanted. Said to have
taken $1,000 in gems from Robert
Stole, jeweler, 1417 Milwaukee av.
Peter Juric, 41, Gary, killed wife,
then suicided. Despondent
Melville E. Reeves, Margaret, his
wife, and Russell Thompson indicted
for receiving stolen goods.
Harold F. Schneider, John O'Don
nell and Joseph Smith placed on trial
for murder today.
The West Side Bartenders' Union,
Local 649, elected the following of
ficers last night: President, Wm. Mil
ler; vice-president, Meyer Zeman;
recording sec'y, H. H. Karl; financial
sec'y, Edward Doyle J guard, Jacob
Mueller; inspector, Theo. Cook; busi
ness agent, James Dailey.
BEAUTY PRIZE WON CHANCE ON
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Miss Edith Ruebekam.
When Traverse City, Mich., held its
famed beauty show all Michigan girls
were invited to "get in the ring," and
hosts, of pretty faces competed. Edith
Ruebekam, the village belle of Owos
so, landed the honor.
With the prize went an invitation
to enter the theatrical profession.
That's how it happens that Miss
Ruebekam is playing the .role of Con
stance in "The Gypsy Rover."
Gushing Young Lady (to author)
-I am a great admirer of your work,
Mr. Mann. I belong to a literary fam
ily, you know. My father publishes
the local railway guide!
Twenty-eight million copies of the
Bible were printed during the past
year. The Bible still seems to put the
"six best sellers" in the background