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Forsberg, 7145 S. Chicago av., com
plainant. Corney Korwitzki, 22, 1341 Miller
St., died from injuries received from
fall off street car April 18.
Mrs. Charles Doane, white wife of
negro chauffeur, had hubby arrested.
Non-support. Man must pay $5 a
Italian fishermen who reached
Lake View crib after long battle with
waves, taken ashore by lifesaving
Plant of H. C. Knoke & Co., cereal
millers, 702 N. Halsted st., damaged
by fire. Crossed wires. Loss $10,000.
Elmer Fosberg, Jr., 10, 3713 Broad
way, found. Was visiting friend.
Man believed to be Charles Moe, 55,
found unconscious in hallway, 647 W.
Madistm st. Skull fractured.
$300 jewels missing from home of
Mrs. Mary Williams, 1538 W. Mon
Otto Hanzie up for failing to con
tribute to support of wife and child.
Had $166 roll. Ordered to pay $100
and $4 a week to wife.
Two fined for spitting on "L" plat
form. Santo Labruzzi, 1156 Cambridge
av., man shot at doorway of home
Sunday, died from wounds.
Mrs. Clara Haberland, 3720 Ward
st., fell from porch. Dropped two
Jennie Berkson, 12, missing. Be
lieved to have been kidnaped by
Mrs. Isabella Paulin, England seek
ing brothers, Robert and Wm. Steel,
80 and 82 years old.
Richard F. Outcault, cartoonist,
wants $250,000 damages from Amer
ican Press Ass'n. Claims drawings
copied by association for advertising
John Lynch, 18, 2620 Armitage av.,
kicked by horse. Dead.
Fred D. Ruehle, 5250 Augusta St.,
up for non-support. Is election offi
cial. Sent to Bridewell until fall
TRAGIC TURN IN GARTER'CASE
CHURCH MAN SUICIDES
The unbuckled gardpr scandal that
caused the trial of Rtev. Charles H.
Byles of Lockport took a tragic turn
yesterday when Robert Whitely, one
of the two church trustees that voted
Bjles guilty, poured kerosene over
his body and then burned himself to
The village of Lockport is like a
city of the dead today following the,,
announcement of Whitely's horrible
death. They believe that the act was
caused by the worry and -strain of the
trial of Rev. Byles, who is pastor of
the Congregational Church, and who
-was accused by Lucille Clark, a pret
ty young member of Byles flock, of
reaching his hand up and unfastening
Whitely arose early yesterday
morning and slipped out of the house
before his wife awakened. Before he
left he filled a quart bottle with
Then he went to the summer
kitchen, where he poured the oil over
his clothing and then ignited it. A
moment later he was a torch.
Whitely was just becoming uncon
scious when he was found.
"I'm tired of it all," he whispered.
Feeling is running high, in Lock
port. The Rev. Byles, fearing that
the people who are against him might
become violent, has made himself a
virtual prisoner in the rectory.
Whitely believed steadfastly in the
young girl's charges against Byles
and fought hard to sustain them.
The girl is prostrated.
WOULD DEPORT MAN WHO
SMILED ON POLICEWOMAN
Because he was unlucky enough to
cast a smile in the direction of Alice
Clemente, policewoman, Martin
Mayer will be deported to Germany if
Judge Stewart has his way.
Stewart's remarkable decision was
given yesterday. "If it is carried out
Mayer must give up his home here
and go back to Germany in disgrs