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3; 8pr.m'. r' Candidates- of alh 'parties
to speak, x -
$25,000 given by Mrs. Emanuel
Mandel to--building fund of Jewish
Manual Training School."" -
Federal agents seeking "dodgers"
of "Income tax. Many delinquents
John Gleason, 5636 Princeton av.,
and wife found dead In bed. Gas.
Murder or suicide suspected.
Arthur Keefe, 7323 Yates av., and
Joseph Horan, 8il5 Burnham av., ar
rested for disorderly conduct 'Keefe
called policeman who testified "liar."
Pined $150. Horan fined $50.
R. E. Stknciiffe, 45, grocer,4707
Cottage Grove av., freed on charge
of kissing Mrs. Anna Falk, 22. Stan
cliffe claimed in handingtelephone to
woman their faces , accidentally
Christian P. '(Barney)' Bertsche
and James Ryan, alleged members of
"clairvoyant trust," will go to pen to
day. Were convicted of defrauding
Mrs. Hope McEldowney of $15,500.
Mrs. Bertha Ordway, 2144 Hudson
av., rescued from burning home. Con
$200,000 suit filed by receiver of
Standard Washed Coal Co. against
Herbert Bell, Walter G. Zofler, De
Witt Berchanan and Logan Coleman.
$6,850,670 in judgments paid into
Superior, Circuit and Municipal
Courts in 1913.
"Oatmeal trust" quiz shows that
mysterious fires occurred in rival"
plants as soon as they were purchas
ed by combiner -
Jacob Moscowitz, 18, 1213 S. Mor
gan St., saw two couples kissing at
12th "and Morgan sts. Laughed.
Stabbed iwice in shoulder.
"36 girls In my restaurant call me
sweetheart,'' swore John Khopp's, in
answer to wife's "complaint. "Six
months," said JudgeTTJhlif.
'Seizure of $10,000 painting "Early
Spring" from bankrupt Ricketts art
concern stopped by Judge Carpenter.
Funerals of Mrs. Sarah Sallans and
Mrs. KathenneMbrris, 6f whose niur-
der "Crazy Pete" Welter is suspected;
will be held today.
Dr. Jay Boyd and Dr. Knight Bur
gess held on charge of operating con
$8,000 judgment against sanitary
district upheld by Appellate Court.
Verdict was granted for death of
Francis Mulvahill, electrocuted in
John F. Whelan, iridicted for al
leged $38,000 shortage, released on
Edward M. Wilioughby, president
Chicago Real Estate Board, fell in
garage. Both wrists broken.
Charges of burglary and receiving
stolen property against Melville
Reeves, alleged "skyscraper" burglar,
dismissed. Is held on alleged larceny
of 15 $1,000 bonds.
Composers and publishers hae
formed international organization.
Will demand royalties from cafe or
chestras and tango teas.
Court upholds Glencoe paving pro
ject. $200,000 -roadway willbd begun.
He (chestlly) Ajpretty girl smiled
at me on the street today.
" "HTs iVif eThat's got to stop. Tho
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