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house. Died on way to hospital
Heart disease. '
Twenty boys-, headed by Peter Mc
Guire, v 13, 4905 S. Dearborn st,
charged -with taking coal from C, R.
I& P. Railroad.
Motion for new trial for John F.
Jelke and eight associates convicted
of oleo frauds will be heard today.
John Haag married Alice Reed.
Parents objected and locked up bride.
Hubby appealed to court. Parents
must produce bride.
Rev. F. E. Bennett will address the
Christian Socialist Fellowship, Sun
day, April 26, room 811, Masonic
Temple, 2:30 p.m. Subject: "Twice
Dr. James E. Nyman, Oak Park, ar
rested for disobeying traffic rules.
Auto nearly struck crippled woman.
Fred I. Nelson and brother, Thos.
K, 5434 Indiana av., charged with
embezzling $4,000 from P. J. O'Con
nor, 233 Huron st. Released on bonds.
Case against Steven L. Home, 362
E. 62d st., dismissed. Was charged
with obtaining money under false
John Flack had wife( in court.
Wanted her to support him. Blames
suffrage act for inability to get work.
Told to jenhst.
Daniel Dougherty, Evanston,
struck by auto belonging to T. C.
Berklan, 1806 W. 23d st. Will re
cover. Case against Ralph Neiss, owner of
Imperial Hotel, dismissed. Was charg
ed with living with Mrs. Vinetta
Klennock as man and wife. Mrs.
Neiss failed to prosecute.
Peter Chininois, waiter S. Chicago
restaurant, held under $1,000 bond.
Threatened customers with revolver
and bit off finger of John W. Ken
ner when he interfered.
Peter Van Vlissingen, forger; Dan
iel Driscoll, slayer of James Walsh,
and Beatrice Conway, accomplice in
murder of Sophie Singer, have ap
plied for pardons.
Assessors asked id piace valuation
on $5,000 Mexican plantation stock.
F. W. Watkiris,bwnerf claims rebels
have burndd buildings on plantation.
Will of John A. Gauger filed. $207,
500 estate goes to family.
Miss Mary McBride has filed will
in Probate Court. Property goes to
U. S. government.
LOCAL BOY KILLED
Samuel Meisenburg, Aged 20, 1450
S. Racine Av., Chicago Boy Member
of Battleship Florida Crew, Who Was
Killed in First Battle of Vera Cruz.
SALE OF CHILDREN
In selling their children, the Japan
ese, in the famine-stricken .districts,
have been following a custom that
has not always been unknown in
Europe. In the year 1017 King Ca
nute found it necessary to issue an
edict forbidding English parents to
sell their children to the Irish as
slaves, in accordance with their habit.
In ancient Egypt the unwanted child
had only to be exposed on the banks
of the Nile to be adopted .and pro
tected by the state.
' Mantles and jackets are gradually
creeping up iu fashion favor.