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?h&vet5victimb;ed c. K Adanis out of
City loses transfer fight. Traction
company does not have to issue
transfers on Wabash av. in loop.
Thomas Culver, 74, 9537 Commer
cial av., -watchman Kratz & Fisher
planing mill, found dead in shack.
Coroner to investigate.
James A. Sherman, 72, missing
since March 20. Aged man had $400.
Foul play feared.
Hearing for argument tor new trial
for John F. Jelke and eight associates
-convicted of defrauding government
fset for April 24.
x Miss Hilda Rudwic, 25, 817 E. 39th
st.. found unconscious m room.
Will of E. Wickes Blatchford filed.
',$490,000 estategoes to family.
Four chldren, ages 7 to 13, report-
ssephine Stella, 16, 1147 S. State
isj.aound alter missing tnree weens.
Girl claims effort was made to force
Jegdnto immoral life. Parents deny
IW.arrant Issued against J. Kress
f;GarsIde, 852 W. 63d St., former pay-
jug, J.CI1C1 UUiuaiKCC iiuoi. auu uui-
fijigs Bank, for alleged embezzlement.
SRev. Irwin St. John Tucker will
Speak at the Grace Church open
fbrum, Wabash av. and 15th st, Sun
day evening, April 5. Subject: "So
cial Value of Christian Doctrine of
' Hearing of Harry CuIIet, former
.detective, charged with attempted
"bribery of W. C. Dannenberg, morals
inspector, set for April 10.
James Fox, solicitor Sulzberger &
Sons, robbed by three men. $857 in
fcffecks and $43.50 cash taken.
fVLouis Sprasue and Samuel Co-
plumbo held to grand jury for murder
bf 'Merrill Tarbox.
Eflis C. Talmadge, broker, held for
palleged larceny. Harry Tarskey, 4758
fSf. Iawrence av., complainant.
Henry W. Mcuurren will speak at
iej Northwest Side Commercial As-
Fspfciation 'luhcheon, Thursday, April
2, 12:'3"0 noori. Subject: "History of
Bureau of Compensation."
Mayor Harrison has signed the
West Side terminal ordinance, '
Maude Oberg, 20, acquitted of
murder of Edward Bresch. Judge di
rected girl should be freed, holding
she acted in self-defense.
Silas Way, Aurora',' left $2,356 es
tate to 2 men who "came across"
with price of meal 50 years' ago.
J. J. Grier's office on Madison st.
mobbed when he announced ship
ment to construction camps. Riot call
sent in to prevent unemployed raid
ing the place.
John von Tasto, alleged son of
German noble, found guilty of "rais
ing" money to higher denominations.
Underground bakery law declared
invalid by Judge Newcomer. City to
HE FLEW HOME IN NATURE'S
New York, April 1. Scores of New
Yorkers who saw Charles Welka,
stripped to the buff, careening wildly
through the streets of the'Brbnx
early today, were amazed. A score
of policemen who followed after him
after he fled from an operating table
in S Francis Hospital groaned as
Welka's speed distanced them.
Clad only in a blue kfmono he
grabbed from a clothes, line as Tie fled,
Welka finally reacHed home, the tails
of his only garment lying flat on the
wind as he sped through the door.
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. A GOOD ACTOR ,
Mrs. Hunt (a popular and prosper
ous pauper) Now, Albert, what'll
yer say when T take yer into the kind
Albert (a proficient pupil) Oh! All
right, I know; put on a beautiful lorst
look and say, 'Oh! muwer,',is this
It is estimated that there areover
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