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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Eight jurors obtained in second
trial of Ass't State's Att'y Bernard J.
Mahoney on vote fraud charge.
Raymond Harrison exonerated in
death of Marjorie Chauncey, 1Q, 7321
Vincennes av. Suicide verdict re
turned. Harry Diamond931 S. Marshfield
av., flirted with Mary Dalton. Sent
Missing Viola Ortlep, 15, 6648
Hartwell av., found. Turned over to
Christian Veldeff, 9, 723 Boston av.,
fell into tub of hot water. Dead.
Safe of Consumers' Butter Co.,
616 S. Kedzie st, looted. ?82.90 1
Trial of George A. Sandusky,
former attendant State Hospital for
Insane, on trial for murder of Chas.
Hoenicke. Hoenicke, an inmate, was
kicked to. death November, 1913.
Dennis Barrnis, 3415 S. Halsted st.,
fell through skylight at Foster
Earl Miller, 14, 3035 Groveland av.,
died at Michael Reese Hospital.
Struck by auto Wednesday.
Attorney Charles E. Erbstein to
surrender "Duffy the Goat," alleged
sjayer of Isaac Henagow.
Mrs. Fred Thoma, septuagenarian,
and keeper of tavern 35 years, died
from illness day Desplaines went dry.
Lay unconscious whileote was cast.
Mrs. John Sthlek, 2013 S. Loomis
stl, had husband up for abandonment.
Hubby claimed he was hit over head
with frying pan. Woman plead self
defense. Four men held to grand jury in
death of Joseph Ingo.
Two men rescued from "dead"
launch by life 'savers attracted by oil
John and Arthur Fielding here.
Were arrested In Honolulu for pass
ing $4,800 draft on Chicago bank.
' Miss Sarah Sussman, 6638 W. 12th
st. declared insane. Sent to Eugin
Thief, returned $510 in checks to
Judge "Newcomer. , Kept $250 cashV
Parents of Lula De Bett have
sworn out warrant for new son-in-law.
Charles Jx)dolce to be. arrested
for kidnaping 17-year-old girl.
Permission granted by censors to
produce the "Black Mask" and "The
Bride" at Princess Theater. Other
plays still banned. '
Daniel Nicksich, 8900 Trre Strand,
held for grandjury for murder of
Fred S. Brewer, manager Hamond
Brewing Co., killed Auto struck by
Paul Tuchs, 18, 1706 Diversey
pkwyi, held for taking $1,700 from
mother, paroled on promise to cut
out "white lights." ,
Police searching for William B.
Clippinger, 13, Lansing, Mich. Fear
A. C. Frost, former president Chi
cago & Milwaukee Electric Railway,
ordered to pay 250,091 borrowed
from Sun Life Assurance Company
Unless sanitary district purchases
condensers 1,000 street lamps will be
out of commission, in fall.
Trial of Police Sergeant John Mc
Nulty, charged with entering saloon
in uniform, ended. Case taken un
Arthur Durk, 30, 2537 Warren av.,
struck wife. Fined $25.
William Voepel, 2136 W. 25th st.,
fell from wagon. Dead.
Mrs. Frances C. Currier, 4343 S.
Michigan av., reports bag containing
Miss Anna'Kavanaugh, 28, 6452 ln-
gleside av., dropped dead in millinery
department Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co.
Heart disease believed. -
Policemen armed with shotguns
hunted supposed wolf in Englewood.
"Monster" proved to be starved col
lie. Dr. J. W. Bolotin, 1726 W. 12th st,
"the blind doctor," offered position at