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Karl Hubertus Graf von Bressler,
arrested for speeding. Fourth time.
Released without fine.
Election board decided on candy
store instead of poolroom for polling
place in 34th ward.
Fire at -1123 W. Van Buren st.
routed four families. Loss $6,000.
Leonard Rattenburg, 6, 1515
Turner av., drowned in Douglas Park
Edward A. Shedd won suit over
ownership of leasehold of Steward
Patrick O'Hagan, member educa
tion department, watching marriage
licenses. Miss Lucy Truppe, IS, Mil
waukee, arrested when she and P.
Wagner, 8804 Burley av., tried to get
Henry T. Halley, 499 Washington
p.v.. and "Jack" Irwin booked for
clj j dcrly'coriduct Said to have rob
bed John Hallway, Houghton, la.-
Powers Building, 43 S, Wabash av.,
damaged by fire. Loss $2,000. Third
fire in month.
Albert P. Campion arrested. Tried
to enter Fred Plant's poolroom, 4038
W. Madison st
Traces of arsenic found in viscera
of Mrs. eLona Crumes, beauty shop
Licenses of John Komnik, 763 Mil-
waukee av.; Chas. TrevansW, 34 S.
Canal st, and Simon Petrowski, 1622
W. 47th st, revoked by Board -of La
Ward & LaRose, saloonkeepers
115 N. Clark st, bankrupt. Liabilities
$116,748. Assets $76.
Axel Chytraus didn't like Judge
McGoorty's ruling. Hinted duel. Re
buked by court
Nora Buckner, 10 W. 22d st, fined
$50 and costs. Disorderly house. 5
inmates "fined $5: r
Leonara Gilhooley, 2026 S. Wabash
av., fined $25. 5 inmates $5 each.
. Dr. Isaac W. Hodgens and Dr.
Thos, A. Dupuis, 35 S. Dearborn st
and Dr. De Leon, 740 W. Madison st.,
rearrested as "quacks." Said to be
operating confidence game.
Women in First Ward want Art In
stitute as polling place.
Mounted Policeman Owen Rush,
1160 N. State, severely injured.
Thrown from horse and dragged.
State's Attorney Bell denounced
police in "26" dice game trial.
Peter Dubeck, 2713 Wentworth av.,
missing. Family ill from worry.
Jacob Hoffmier, 35, 1417 Barry av.,
turned on gas. Changed mind, phon
ed police. Saved. Charged with dis
Louisa McKernan, 6, 3903 Ellis av.,
knocked down by auto. Snatched
from beneath wheels by Policeman
Patrick Sheehan, 52, alleged fire
bug, freed to support mother, 84.
John Suslofsky given one year in
Bridewell and $1,000 fine. Beat Po
liceman Joseph Mullane into uncon
sciousness. No sex talks in school buildings.
Committee refuses 2 requests for lec
tures. o o
BALLOTS INTRODUCED IN THE
VOTE FRAUD CASE
Ballots alleged to have been alter
ed by election officials in the Six
teenth Precinct of the Eighteenth
Ward were introduced as evidence
yesterday at the trial of David1 Rose,
Joseph. Gordon, Charles Baranov and
The first ballot bore suspicious
looking marks opposite the names of
State's Attorney Hoyne, County
Commissioner Bartzen and Leland
Early in the day the way was pav
ed for the introduction of the ballots
by the testimony of James A, Harris
one of the Democratic judges of elec- )
tion in the November election, who
testified that he saw the defendants
marking ballots with a "short pencil."