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Charles X3. Novak, 1518 S. Avers
av., held for forgery. Alleged to have
signed check for $1,028.81. Releas
ed on $2,500.
James Clinton, Wellington Hotel,
arrested. Said to have taken $4,000
worth of bonds from James oCursen,
1449 N. Dearborn st.
Fred Drews, 20, 6949 S. Halsted St.,
arrested. Family of wife, Julia
Drews, 15, wants marriage annulled.
Miss Mabel Williams, 2250 S. Wa
bash St., and Mrs. Dessa Bowie, 2248
Wabash av., severely injured. Auto
crashed into-street car.
Corporation counsel rules that
city employes have right to railway
passes. Low fares declared legal.
Establishment of a boy's court and
a change in attitude towards divorce
advocated by Judge McGoorty at pro
bation officers' conference.
Mrs. Mary Tamburno, 21, 715 W.
Taylor st, accidentally stabbed her
self with kitchen knife. May die.
Otto Rockman, saloonkeeper, d&oi
Cottage Grove av., invited down-and-outs
to take free lunch.
George Burguyne, 5939 Ravens
wood av., buried under pile of coal by
cave-in. Leg broken and internally
George B. Edmunds, 72, and Car
nelia Moore, 70, eloped.
Mrs. Mary Hrdlicka wants 20,000
estate of Frank Hrdlicka. Claims to
be common-law wife.
30,000 damage suit filed against
Frank G Rainey, undertaker, by
Laura E. Blakeslee. Claims hearse
struck buggy, severely injuring her.
Theresa Windert, 16, who eloped
with Charles Smidtley, 21, repented.
Marriage to be annulled.
Revolver falling from pocket of
Wiliiaai Clark, 504 E. 33d St., dis
charged. Slightly wounded Walter
Colclough, 7, 4316 Vernon av.
Mamie Cusack, 1750 Clybourn av.,
not to wed C. R. Parker, TJrbana, 111. j
ED IN CHICAGO
Prospective bridegroom gave worth
less checks for furniture of flat.
Man supposed to be Earl Vertner
suicided at 11336 Watt av. Gas.
Federal Judge Carpenter declared
Tonica Bank insolvent. Liabilities
Burlington Railroad to elevate Au
rora tracks. Improvement cost $3,
000,000. Laura Leon, whose relations with
Donald, 490 E. 48th st., brought him
into trouble, with government, sub
poenaed as witness in Mrs. Scott's
Clyde Olin, maker of coffins, want
ed George Rycoch to act "as ruler to
measuare coffins. Rycoch' objected.
Both arrested. Discharged. .
Anthony Baukus, former alderman
of Gary .arrested in Los Angeles. Al
leged to have made confession in
connection with Dean franchise brib
ery. Thomas Telmie given 10 days in
county jail. Forged check to pay gro
James Williams arrested at tango
party. Said to be deserter from army.
Evanston budget $462,000. $100,
000 higher than 1913.
Fifteen city bonds sold. Total
Andrew Gromm, 2952 N. Troy st.,
newly wed. Fined $5 for being bois
terous. O O :
"My object in calling on you this .
evening, Frances," began' an elderly
suitor, and then he coughed and ad
ded, "I may call you Frances, may "I
not?" "Certainly you may!" answer
ed the young girl. "I allow all papa's
elderly friends to call me Frances.
The oldest of them even call me Fan
ny. You may say 'Fanny if you wish.
What was it you wanted to talk
about?" He coughed again, and then .
talked about how much warmer it
was last summer!