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Aromebias arrested for disorderly
Wm. Wagler, Fairbury, III., filed
complaint against Dr. Wells & Co.,
424 S. State st. Alleges to have
been swindled of $50". --
William Harrington, 1606 S. Ked
zie ax., arrested for abandonment.
Case dismissed when he agreed to
pay $100 a month to wife.
Mrs. Walter Blumenthal, 1752
Belle Plaine av., failed to appear
against husband. Had him arrested
with Mrs. Mary White, 5101 S.
Marshfield av., in downtown hotel.
Illness of Judge Landis caused
postponement of government suit
against "egg trust."
Gas exploded in basement of 730
W. Harrison st. A. M. Bell, A. Salz
berg and P. Sculley severely bruised.
Charles Carlson killed by wagon
loaded with stone descending incline
at new Morrison Hotel.
John P. Gibbons found dead in Sal
vation Army Hotel on Clark st. Scalp
cut and slashed. Police investigating.
Sheriff Zimmer wants, expense ac
count for deputies. Claims it cost
$267 a month for carfare.
Saloon license of Anton Ambrose,
644 W. 18th st, revoked by mayor.
Fred Bieswanger, 1251 Clybourn
av., arrested. Alleged to have beaten
Gustav Kraeling, 3444 Beach av., out
of money in business deal. '
23 ripgs, 7 watches. and 2 revolvers
found on Theodore ,Meyers and Theo
dore Dupree. Picked up as sus-"
F. O. Anderson, 1020 E. 63 st.,
driver, and Knute Green, 6128 Uni
versity av., injured. Wagon struck
by street car.
August Csant and Agnes Kerzel,
1023 W. 16th st, went after marriage
license. Csant stopped to get drink.
Landed in cell. Still unmarried.
Northrup to show alleged frauds.
Claims conspiracy ancr- marked bal
lots carried election.
Corks from champagne bottles
paid for $900 library of Waiters' Association.
Kear ot hlgnwaymen caused Alberz
Johnson to speed. Pined $10.
Police asked to look for Clayton N.
Saxby, missing Wells-Fargo clerk.
Said to have taken package contain
Offices of John P. Foerster & Co.,
15 S. Lasalle st, closed. German im
migrants may lose $50,000.
Mary Petich, 6, 2621 E. 109 st.,
housekeeper for own family, over
slept. Got beating. Father arrested.
Cases against Ella C. Jewett and
Evely Sea'rle, 5700 W. Madison st,
charged with selling tobacco to
Major Funkhouser wants 20 more
Elmer Anderson, 840 Wabash av.,
paid $20 for new overcoat Stranger
got him job at 5642 Harper av. Hung
up coat to go to work. Coat disap
Car near. Gary blown from tracks.
even municipal bonds sold. To
Butler R. Storke sued for $30,000
by Mrs. Laura . Rogers, Milwaukee.
Wants to recover bonds.
Dyeing establishment of John
Schwartz, 107 W. Illinois st, entered.
Safe blown open. Cracksmen got
Council urged to keep water pure.
Congress to be asked, to co-operate.
Spiegler's department store, . Des
plaines, M., burned. Owner and fam
ily rescued from death. Coroner Hoff
man lead volunteer firemen and Chi
qago engines rushed .to scene. Many
families routed from beds. Village
saved from destruction after 5-hour
Miss Ella Kookus, 26, 331 S. Loom
is st., badly burned. Clothes caught
fire from gas heater.
Thirty-six seized in gambling raids.
Doors broken in at 724 Blue Island.
Earnest B. Cook, 3433 Elaine pi.,
robbed by 3 men. $250 ring taken.
George W. Kearns, 6015 S. Eliza
beth st, dragged into alley. Robbed
$10 and overcoat
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