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dows smashed within' radius of 100
LilUe Lane, 68 E. 28th st, fined $50
and costs. Dsorderly house.
Frank GaIonskV1014 W. 32d si,
held to, grand jury. "Charged with
Ten-ton tank of ammonia explod
ed at E. H. Vavra paper box factory.
Samuel Cooper blown 20 feet. Will
Wm. Russell, weighing 305 pounds,
stuck in window when police raided
poolroom. Had to strip off clothing
to release him.
Suit for injunction filed with U. S.
distrct court against aymond Hitch
cock's play the "Beauty Shop." Phil
ander C. Johnson claims that play
was pirated from a production of his.
Mrs. Carrio E. Wilson awarded di
vorce from Samuel H. Collins. Page
from hotel register introduced' as evi
dence. "Nickel in the slot" restaurant at
Halsted and Madison sts. attracts
Saloon license of Joseph Sukzda,
2458 S. Oakley av., revoked.
Anthony Shaltron, 3244 S. Halsted
st, fined $2 for flashing role while
Fourteen new bridges planned will
cost $1,400,000. . ,
John Clancy, 55, 2946 Croveland
av., fell down elevator shaft at Park
Row station. Neck broken. Died at
County Civil Service Commission
to feel axe. Commission to be made
to do own work.
Wellesley H. Stillwell broke arm
dancing tango at the Blackstone
Five railroads are being sued for
failing to feed and water live stock
J. Howard Moore, Crane Technical
High School, favored sex teaching in
speech at Hull House meeting.
Joseph Witek, 2112 W. 18th st.,
found guilty of conterfeiting.
Dr. Francis P. Hammond, 2836 .
Calumet ay., robbed by two men;
School crimes have increased 70
per cent during last 8 years. Due to
mild treatment of young offenders.
Thomas' Glbun, 2026 W. Superior
st, dropped dead on street. Heart
"LOVE SLAVE" TO SANITARIUM
New York, Jan. 3. Adelaide M.
Brance, "soul widow" of ex-district
attorney Melvin E'. Couch of Monti
cello, N. Y., is in a sanitarium at
Amityville, L. I. Upton Sinclair and
his wife are said to have suggested
that Miss Brance go to the sanitarium-where
she could rest and escape
the publicity following the discovery
tha,t she had lived for three years in
a single room jn Couch's office, vir
tually his slave. .
Detective The miscreants- who
stole your wife's: pickles were in des
Suburbanite How do you deduce
that from their footprints?
Detective No, from "the fact that
they stole your wife's pickles.
Average of three per week of sui
cides by s.choo.l boys in Germany ,and
Austria. Under certain conditions,
when a school boy fails to "pass," he
must serve two years in, the army in
stead of one.