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ists, for the benefit of I. C. strikers,
Saturday eve, Feb. 21, at Second
Regiment Armory, Washington blvd
and Curtis st
Mrs. Anna Rickett's carriage stop
ped by highwayman in. Evanston
Driver used whip. Got away.
Unidentified man, 50, found dead
In Wicker Park. Suicide. Gun:
Miss May Danheiser, 3218 S. Park
av., saleslady, Man del Bros., dropped
dead in store. Heart disease.
$12,OOQ,000 Deering will probated.
Widow, sons and grandsons get es
tate. Guggenheim divorce suit settled
by Judge McGoorty. Former wife
gets $500 a month alimony.
Blizzard passed us by. No cold
wave, says weather bureau.
Police seeking four elopers. Elope
ments believed to have been financd
by 28 stolen American Express
Judge Cooper made jury revise ver
dict in damage suit Form rendered
did nbt meet his approval.
Dr. J. H. Plecker, 69, 5469 Black
stone av., overcome by gas. . Revived.
. Marrying Justice Polk released, on
$2,000 bond. Charged -with illegally
. Subway petitions to be circulated
- a polls registration day.
26th Ward Women's Democratic
League will meet at' Mrs. A. E. Eck
ert's horned 2630 Winona av., Friday,
Jan. 30, 8 p. m.
-City council after Pennsylvania
Railroad. Will try to force company
to compensate city for two miles of
1Dr llkstrom wanted by police. Al
ii leged to have stung North Chicago
business men with bad checks.
Work on new municipal recreation
pier to begin Monday.
Georgq.-Seymenier, 2437 N. Fran
cisco av., lip' for desertion, told judge
he married girl and not the mother.
Girl's mother' ordered to leave young
Judge Sabath told police to learn
jiu Jljsir to. handle prisoners. Took I
four patrolmen and a clubbing to get
John Brenen, 2055 N. Tripp av., into
2,593 flops in municipal lodging
houses every night. 62,228 first 24
days in January.
Henry Triebull, who let 7-year-old
son, lie three days on cot with broken
leg, placed on year parole.
James O. McShane given five days
to modify remarks in Appellate Court
brief. Judges didn't like way he criti
cized lower court.
Spohia Prendoto, 849 Milwaukee
av., wants Circuit Court to review
proceedings of state labor bpard, who
revoked employment agency license.
Pennsylvania Railroad has another
new terminal plan. May be east of
Canal st. this time.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly, 6233 Dorches
ter av., serving six-months' sentence
for larceny, pardoned on account of
Butter and eggs jjoing down.
Prices of lobsters and oysters going
Charles Muir, 6627 Lafayette av.,
pursued by 2 boys with revolvers in
school feud, crossed Pennsylvania
tracks. Struck by train. Lost left arm.
J. J. Shanahan, 6204 Blackstone
av., searching for James Adams,
Anna Held sued for $395 by Hex
ter Stable Co. of New York! Amount
due on judgment
Amelia ' Porikack, 8, and Hazel
Sfinka, 15, arrested for shoplifting.
Tenants in apartments 6615 Ken
wood av., and 6148 Langley av. or
dered vaccinated. Smallpox found in
Fireman called to extinguish fire
in waste basket at Consolidated'
Liquid Gas Co.
T. J. Mpran, cashier Elliot Restau
rant, 9 E 31st st, shot by hold-up
man. Robber frightened away. Mor
an will -recover.
By a city ordinance in Cincinnati,
baby carriages are required to carry