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trial for murder of woman's husband
Guiseppo Fero, 1925 Federal St.,
struck by auto truck. Dead. Edward
Osterberg, 4452-TJpver st., driver, ar
rested. ' John Weigand, 921 Concord pi.,
suicided. Poison. Ill health.
S. Siawicz, 2054 W. 18th st., struck
by street car. Dead.
John Erickson, 1533 N. Kostner av.,
hit by Halsted st. car. Condition
Miss Olga Anderson, 7421 N. Clark
st., crushed between telegraph pole
and laundry wagon. Badly injured.
Question of "September Morn" still
unsettled. Hearing as to right to ex
hibit lady continued until Friday.
Government suit to prevent Chi
cago sanitary district from drawing
water from lake postponed until de
cision of petition of government is
John M. Roblitta,. chauffeur, held in
connection with death of Miss Mary
O'Brien. Girl was struck by taxi Sun
day. Joseph C. Connolly, 3032 S. Park
av., severely injured by auto driven
by P. W. Kenney,'1031 B. 45th st.
John Orina, 409 W. North st, died
from bullet Wound. Shot self Feb. 25.
Mrs. Harrrrafi L. Murphy, matron S.
Chicago av;. station,, fell from street
car. Left leg broken. ,
Miss Suzana Bazynich, 147 W. 45th
pi., struck by Lake Shore "train. Dead.
"The Spoilers," based on Rex
Beach's novel approved ,by movie
censors. Hold-up and gambling
scenes ordered out in other reels.
$10,000,000 clearing railroad yard
ordinance passed by council. Work
may start April 1.
Nathan Spira a cted as lawyer and
witness in "arson ring" trial. Put self
on stand and asked questions.
P. J. Hennan, bookkeeper Western
Foundry Company, arrested for ob
taining money under false pretenses.
Alleged to have taken checks from
Charley Wiliis attacked wife.
Daughter ran for aid. Two husky ne
groes came to her assistance. Sat on
angry man until police arrived.
Four more city bonds sold. Total
William Ball, 121 N. Ashland av.,
arrested. Mrs. A. Schultz, 6500 S.
Carpenter St., complainant. Alleged
to have attacked Schultz's 10-year-old
. Max Klien's drug store, Kedzie and
Fullerton av., looted. $300.
Anthony Petras, Theresa Holland
er murder suspect, released on $10,
000 bond. Bail signed by 21 men.
B. S. Wise, railroad clerk, arrested.
Accused of rifling mails.
Congressman A. J. Sabath said to
be ready to buy back school- sites.
Reported that he will give 10 per cent
profit to city.
Two dealers arrested for trying to
escape oleo government tax. Out-of-town
witnesses produced against Jno.
Jelke and 12 associates in oleo fraud
Jury chosen in vote fraud trial.
Bernard J. Mahoney, Ass't State's
Att'y, to be placed on trial today.
"Handsome Jack" Koetters to be
tried for murder of Mrs. Emma Kraft,
March 16. State to insist upon death
MAY PROBE CHURCH FIRE
An investigaton may be made into
the fire early today that caused $10,
000 damage to the Trinity Episcopal
church, 7018 Yale avenue. The fire
was caused by three gas explosions.
Three members of. Engine Co. 51
"I don't want no rubbish, no fine
sentiments, if you. please," said the .
widow, when she was asked what
kind of an epitaph she desired' for
her late husband's tombstone. "Let
it be short and simple something
" Wm. Johnston, aged seventy-five
years. The good (lie young.1'