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Leslie Kearney and James Burns
jumped from patrol wagon in front of
county jail. Both caught. Were ar
rested for holding up Robert Knight,
17 W. Superior st.
Government may seize plant of
John F. Jelke Company under law
that factories used to defraud govr
eminent may be confiscated. Jelke
factory valued at several million dol
lars. State fire marshal investigating
fire that destroyed Craig Provision
Co. plant, Cicero, March 10. Loss
$60,000. Believed to be work of in
cendiary. Benjamin Ellingsworth, 61, 3817
Wilton av., missing several days, re
turned home with bride. Family
rushed him to detention home. De
mand sanity test.
Boys' Court swamped with run
away cases. Parents notified.
Mayor Harrison will probably ap
prove Pennsylvania terminal plan.
Saloon license of Isadore Lipsky,
17 E. 31st St., revoked. Unescorted
women on premises.
Charges filed against four bridge
foremen before merit board. Loafing
of repair gangs blamed.
Store of Karlen & Sandberg, 3100
Wentworth av., entered. $150 taken.
Morris Sabath and son Harry,
cousins of Congressman Sabath, on
trial for conducting gambling house.
Fred Bell claimed to have lost $1,000
in Sabath's saloon.
Because army officers objected to
movie called "The Trap," Funk
houser condemned play. Seven other
Oatmeal prices arbitrarily fixed by
pool, claim of witness in "oatmeal
Suit to revoke citizenship papers of
Quong Lee, 257 W. 22d st, filed.
Chinaman alleged to have been nat
uralized in violation of law.
Will of Raymond G. Sykes filed
$350,000 estate goes to 21 beneficial'
CAL NEWS ITEMS
Edward M. Cummings wants $20,
000 from Herbert E. Flemming, form
er secretary of Civil Service Reform
Ass'n. Cummings was arrested on
the charge of submitting false over
Melville Cohen, 3815 Elmwood av.,
arrested for obtaining money under
false' pretenses. Claimed to repre
sent publication Union Labor Advo
cate. Miss Helena Young, wanted in Los
Angeles for passing worthless checks,
given permission to Stay 60 days with
Fire in home" of Mrs.John Dorski,
1811 W. 17th st. Neighbor broke
door and rescued children.
Uniformed policemen ordered to.
keep out of saloons. Drastic punish
ment threatened offenders.
I Miss Jessie Neuhouse, 23, took
I rings from employer, Mrs. John
Thurston, 3752 Pine Grove av., be
cause they looked nice. Given two
days in Bridewell.
Frank Johnson tried to fljrt with
girl. Paid ?10 and costs. Miss Cath
erine Black complainant.
V. H. Paraski and John Feinen,
suspended investigators' in city at
torney's office,, reinstated.
Hazel Sastle, 15, and Louise Lan
kowsky, 14, Brookfield, 111., missing.
Joseph Counelman, 18, 552 Max
well St., and Moses Cohen, 17, 1605 S.
Paulina st., arrested. Alleged to have
robbed Benjamin Garowsky,il040 S.
Thurston Swanson, 5047 Sheridan
road, exonerated by coroner's iury.
Auto killed Chester Brower, 12.
SUFFRAGE RALLY IN BALL PARK
Suffrage leaders today onened ne
gotiations for the use of. the White
Sox baseball nark on the nieht- of
May 2, when it is nroposed to hold a
great suffrage rally. Park commis
sioners refused permission for tha
women to meet hi Grant Park,