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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Aurora police, working on new
clue, say they will have real murder
er of Theresa Hollander in custody
within 24 hours? ...
Chicago physicians rushed to aid of
Dr. E. Steiner, young army surgeon,
who swallowed bichloride of mercury
Moulton & Ricketts, art dealers, in
receiver's hands. $1,000,000 liabili
ties; $100,000 assets.
Wm. C. Ellis, happy over-15-year
verdict, may not ask for new trial.
Albert Aubin, information clerk at
license office, accused by James Drew
in "marriage mill" case. Drew, charg
ed with contributing to delinquency
of Julia Gillison, claims Aubin took
him to Justice Polk.
Richard Bennett, 11, 9117 Com
mercial av., struck by auto. Badly
bruised. Auto sped away.
Mayor to see "Traffic in Souls."
Movie barred by censors to be passed
on by him.
Morris Abrahams accused of rais
ing figures in schooLsite deal. Alleg
ed to have paid $iS,000 for land ftjp
which deed shows consideration of
$18,000. Congressman Sabath's law
firm acted as agent in deal.
"Shadow" gowns and extreme low
neck dresses to be eliminated by new
police petticoat censor.
$150,000 estate of James E. Cagney
goes to eight children.
Case of Bernard J. Mahoney,
charged with marking ballots, may
go to jury today.-
Ben Fink, state's witness in "arson"
ring" case, living well. Cigars, cigar
ettes, drinks, movies and card games
William Cheney Ellis found guilty
of murder after 10 ballots. 'Given 15
. Anti-Hearst Trade Union 'League
will meet at Ruud Hall, Washtenaw
and Wabansia, March 6, 8 p. m.
"Judge" Miles Seldon Macon, Lex
ington jfotel, arrested for alleged
confidence, game. Miss Margaret J
Boggess claims to have been swindled
out of $-1,950.
2918 Vernon av. raided as alleged
drug ""dive." Seven bottles of dope
and hypodermic needles taken. Har
ry Heath held as keeper.
Twenty-second Ward Independent
Democratic Club will meet at 542 W.
North av., Friday evening, March 6.
Circumstances in connection with
fire that destroyed Fanners'. Packing
Co.'s plant, Cicero, investigated by
fire marshal. Dennis Dalton, watch
man, held for grand jury.
Edward Higgins, 1015 Wells st.,
asphyxiated. Revived. Condition
Aldermen urge unification of sur
face and "LV lines as solution of sub
Pennsylvania Railroad refuses to
grant any more concessions to. city
in freight terminal deal.
" Samuel A. Neff, 744 E. 43d st., held
for grand jury. Alleged to have ob
tained $1,500 by selling fake evidence
in divorce suit. .
Robert Hodgins, an epileptic, lock
ed up six months on disorderly con
duct charge, released by Judge
Owens. Judge said it-was a crime to
keep sick man in jail when no of
Contempt charges being prepared
against eight school board trustees
who refused to seat ousted members.
Brune Kraczanski released from
Bridewell, where he hadserved term
for beating wife. Fired three shots at
wife. Arrested.f or assault with intent
to kill. Woman unhurt.
Policewomen searching for 3-months'-old
baby of Mrs. Maud Bee
man. Wonian put baby in orphan
age, but can't remelnber where.
Home of Mrs. E. K. Buehl, 4529
Racine av., robbed by would-be-roomer.
$115 worth of stuff taken.
Jury of women disposed of 18 cases
yesterday in Insane Court
Case of Waldemar- Ronning, 4529
Park av., arraigned lor contributing