Newspaper Page Text
. threatened to send' patrol. Dis
charged. City 'expenditure committee to in
vestigate watered oil charge. Offi
cials who purchased oil deny secre
Policeman Richard H. Torjby fined
six days' pay for refusing to aid in
,raid. Charles Giennan fined $10
days' pay. Intoxication.
. Stella Harris fined $50 and costs.
Mysterious explosion shook Wau
ekgan. Noise came from Lake
Oominick Broudonese,, Highland
Park, arrested. Charged with buying
clothing from soldiers at Fort Sheri
dan. Miss Delphine Holmes, 18, Oak
land, Cal., held for grand jury. Al
leged to have passed worthless check.
- Dominick Screato, alleged slayer of
Andre Coppetell, arrested.
Antonio Patti, 1923 Federal St.,
stung for $720. Seld handkerchief
for confidence men..
Miss Ailleen Heppner arrested for
-conspiring to defame Clarence S.
Funk, on trial today.
Paul Fortenio held for murder of
Charles Moore. !
George Brooks, 5310 S. LaSalle st,
hit by auto truck. Will recover. Ben
jamin Ward, 3332 Federal st.-driver.
Chief of Police Cleason wants re
port on saloon violations in 1st ward.
State utilities board investigating
head-on collision on C, B.. '& Q., in
which 11 were hurt.
Unidentified map flung himself un
. . der C, M. & St Pi engine. Dead.
' . Theodore W. Evans, who swallow
ed 35 grains of bichloride of mercury,
New government emigration sta
tion, 945 S. Wabash av., opened.
City may acquire garbage reduc
tion plant today.
William Williams, rejected suitor,
slashed sweetheart's gowns. Ar
rested. Miss Blanche LaMont, 66 W.
Illinois st,,. fipmplainant. .
, Walter Armens, 11, 200$ String st,
touched live wire. Thrown. Skull
ARREST WESTERN UNION SPY
Members of the Commercial Tele
graphers' Union are rejoicing over
the arrest of Frank Butterfield, alias
Busch, a spy in the, employ of the
Western Union Company, who was
picked up in eMmphis, Tenn., on a
charge of having rifled a suitcase be
longing to an official of the union.
The suitcase, which was the prop
erty of S. J. Konnenkanp, interna
tional president .of the union, was
stolen fro mthe LaSalle street station
while the union man was ononis way
to the East
It contained very important papers
bearing on the union's trouble with
the Western Union.
HAD THE HABIT
Sister You're a naughty boy!
You've been, nibbling those lady-fingers
I left, oh, the table, haven't you?
Brother Nq-o-! I. Jest bit .the
finger nails u little, that's all.
' - 1 -' 1 z