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Kedzie st lield to grand jury for
Mrs. Irene Griffon, 28, 359 E. 61st
St., fined $25 and costs for selling
liquor without license.
Brothers of late Joseph A. Klor gej
George Resmer, 1406 Noble st.,
shot in abdomen and back by Police
man Fred C. Volquartz. Policeman
shot in left leg during fight.
J B. Hogarth's suit for $2,500,000
against officials of surface and "L"
lines dismissed. Hogarth wanted
half of what he termed a promotion
George Thalberg and John Free
man held for using mails to defraud.
Freeman plead not guilty.
Mrs. Marie-Metz, 515 N. Clark st.,
woman who charged morals squad
with taking $500, fined $25 and costs
for conducting disorderly house.
$89,000 estate of Mrs. Ruby F,
Smith goes to husband and sons.
Mrs. Mary Pierce, 60, 221 W. 51st
st., died at County Hospital. Was
struck by wagon last week.
Edward L. Smith, who escaped
with James McGee from Joliet, fined
$20 and costs for speeding. Absence
from courtroom considered no de
fense. Mrs. Lorine Applegate, vaudeville
actress, arraigned for contributing to
delinquency of Pearl Hyltan, 16. Mrs.
Applegate denies charge.
Fred W. Horn, 3338 W. Ohio st.,
thrown from motorcycle. Dead.
Mrs. Mina Meurzchaser, 70, 1715
Newberry av., overcome by gas. Re
Mrs. Frieda Ginsburg awarded
$500. Had sued Abraham Katz for
$25,000 for breach of promise.
Louis Harscon," negro, San Fran
cisco, arrested. Charged with kill
ing Edward Dunn, negro, and Earl
Haskell, bartender; in saloon fight.
Gustave A. Ernest, newspaper
artist, granted divorce. Wife disap
peared with furniture in Sept., 1911.
Wanda May, 4 1834 N. Wood st.,
shot In "leg by Waslov Szapodar, 10,
1822 Hervey st. Child's condition
John Sterling, 70, 2416 S. Park ay.,
struck by I. C. train. Dead.
Aid. Cross asked Chief Gleason to
permit roller skating- on Avenue J. No
"Handsome-Jack's" love letters to
aged widow form last link in state's
evidence in Koetters' murder trial..
OAK PARK "!" MUST GO UP OR
Judge Owen Thompson of the Illi
nois Public Utilities Commission yes
terday told Sam Insult's representa
tives that the tracks of the Oak ParfL
"L" beyond Laramie avenue and iii
Oak Park would "have to be elevated
or the road cease operating.
Attorney Gilbert Porter, Insull's
man, pleaded that there was no
money in the coffers of the company
with which to elevate. And the only
way he could see to get the money
was by consolidation with some
"Well I can see only two courses,"
said Judge Thompson when Porter
had finished," either elevate or go out
of business. This board is going to
protect the people out there."
Attorney Frederick Pringle of Oak
Park gave a list of 4fr accidents at
the grade crossing that could have
been averted had the tracks been
SHIP SINKS MANY LIVES LOST
Honolulu, March 26. The entire
crew of the inter-island steamer,
Maui, is believed to have gone down
with- the vessel when she blew up in
Pearl Harbor last night. A search
was being made for survivors today,
but no trace was found. The crew is
believed, to have numbered at least
The Maui left here with a cargo of
explosives. From Fort Kamehameha
it appeared that the vessel was ablaze
and then a terrific explosion was
heard. The vessel blew up and saulf