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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Arthur Simonion owed Charles W.
Karris, grocer, 721 E. 47th st., $27.50.
Got receipt at point of gun. Given 2
months on rock pile.
U. S. Commissioner Mark A. Foote
reported missing. Friends fear nerv
D. E. Richards, 3402 Flournoy St.,
arrested. Wanted in Detroit for
Theodore- Roosevelt, 37, Dallas,
Tex., sought by, police as army de
serter. Gov. Dunneto reward convicts who
work on roads. Will reduce terms of
men building highways.
Reorganization ordinance may kill
police wage increase. Clerk's error
Rev. J. W. Sherman, 1949 Eddy st.,
arraigned in 'speeders' court. Dis
charged with warning.
Leo Gleason ,17, 1142 55th st.,
wanted excitement. Set fire to six
cars of I. C. railroad. Damage $1,
300. Gleason held for grand jury.
Thirty youths arrested for singing
song at 809 W. Adams st. Policeman
thought they might be anarchists. Afl
Lieut. Frank O'Rouke thrown from
engine when it collided with taxi.
Run over by hose cart. Shoulder
fractured. Taxi sped away.
Godfried Ryff, private coachman of
President McKinley, insane. Sent to
Rudy Unholz, lightweight fighter,
wants receipts of Indiana Athletic
Club bout. Claims promoters adver
tised benefit, but pocketed money.
$1,000 suit filed against South Side
Banking Co. by Mrs. Amelia Turner.
Woman claims she loaned money to
pay taxes which were never paid.
Circumstantial chain tightening
around Koetters. State shows Mrs.
Kraft complained about Koetters.
Chicago Canal and Dock Co. seeks
injunction against county treasurer.
Doesn't want o pay $11,513 tax assessment.
Marie Stoppers, stage-struck Chi
cago girl, home again. Embezzlement
charge may be nonsuited.
License of Dearborn Club,, .dance
hall, 443 N. Clark st., revoked by
Edith Schubert, 17, Brookfield, III.,
still missing. Cleveland police deny
arrest of girl.
Seven men locked in office of A.
Heller & Co. several hours. Escaped
by .aid of police through fire escape.
Mrs. Pearl Doles Bell, Hotel Brad
ley, wrote novel. Man believing char
acter reflected himself, alleged to
have sent poisoned candy. Mrs. Bell
Motions for new trial for David
Ross and Joseph Gordon, convicted
for fraudulently making ballots, de
nied. Men to appeal to Supreme
Case against Alexander Dalgleish,
charged with embezzling $1,380.20
from Cement Makers' Union, dis
missed. Home of Z. G. Dunn, 2911 Sheridan
road, entered. $1,000 worth stuff
Martin Sweitzer, 17 S. Dearborn
St., surrendered. . Wanted for selling
liquor to minor.
$20,000 libel suit filed by David
Henriott against Grocers' Criterion
Co. and others. Claims they circu
lated false statements in Morgan
Joseph L. Granick held for operat
ing confidence game. Alleged to have
taken $15,000 from Theodore Reus
now, 70, Blue Island.
Raymond Rapp, 17, $314 Lowe av.,
cut nine times by Edward Malloy, 18,
6432 Carpenter st.
$43,556.59 paid city by "L" roads as
compensation for use of union loop
during last si xmonths of 1913.
Milton Miller and William Ambrose
held fortleath of Theodore Hartman.
HartmanaiQd from beating March 17.
Police trying to connect Biozine
Kaboa, 11406 Stephenson St., with at-