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Policemen armed with shotguns
hunted supposed wolf in Englewood.
y "Monster" proved to be starved col
lie. Mrs. John B. Brown-wants divorce,
because hubby spanked her with
Or. J. W. Bolotin, 1726 W. 12th" st,
"the blind doctor," offered position at
Oak" Forest, Headed list of applicants
Prince Muenster of Nuremberg
visited stockyards. I
Mrs. Christina Benson awarded
$50,000 for alienation of hubby's af
fections by Miss Mary W. C. Nelson.
City council to meet jn special ses
sion to arrange for attending funeral
of Fire Marshal Charles F. Seyferlich.
Prohibitionists preparing for may
oralty campaign. Believe liauor traf
fic will be issue of next election.
Att'y Gen. Lucey advises candi
dates defeated by womea vote to file
action now. Unconstitutionality of
act would automatically seat them.
Believes Supreme Court will declare
Miss Jane Karienska, 18, Pitts
burgh, arrested at Union passenger
station. Walter Maleski, uncle of girl,
also held. Policewomen suspect girl
was lured here for immoral purposes.
Emeline Bardeleben, 16, 5648 Em
erald av., adopted stray dog. Owner
claimed it. Took poison. Will recover.
Will of John N. Faithorn filed.
$117,500 estate goes to son and
A. S. Macgregor to arrive from
Washington Monday. Will look for
site for new federal post office.
Mrs. Pasqualina Forte and 19-year-old
daughter "Brna to be placed on
trial May 11 for murder of Antonio
Arthur Durk, 30, 2537 Warren av.,
struck wife. Fined $25.
William Voepel, 2136 W. 25th st.,
fell irom wagon. Dead.
Jonah B. Martin arrested in Bos
ton. Wanted here for passing $730
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check on Mid-City Trust and Savings
Mrs. Frances C. Currier, 4343 S.
Michigan av., reports bag containing
Miss Anna Kavanaugh, 28, 6452 In
gleside av., dropped dead in millinery
department Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co.
Heart disease believed.
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