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elty to animals. Arrested on com
plaint of Mrs. Hugo Krause, wife of
Permit to bury Francis Sharkey, 4,
6830 Wentworth av., refused. Sus
pect death caused by ptomaine poi
soning from eating stale pastry.
James Petuckr"r9Q0 Throop st.,
twirling ice pick for children in front
of 1827 AHport av., struc kself in
right side. Condition serious.
Coroner investigating death of 3
mo. baby involved in alleged baby
farm case. Gertrude Ott, 3532 Vin
cennes av., in jail. Says she is baby's
Miss Kathryn Stevenson, 4438
Berkley av., met Lorance C. Carter,
Australian, on way back from Europe
in steerage. Marriage Tuesday.
Rabbi Israel D. Kavitski fell dead
when about to blow ram's horn at
close of solemn celebration of Rosh-ha-Shana
in Congregation Zhito
merer last night. Heart disease.
Clarence B. Jeffries starved for two
days in Hotel LaSalle. Said he fear
ed jealous woman would kill him.
Held at detective bureau.
Karl Busch, prop. Delaware Cafe,
Dearborn and Randolph sts., brought
lip in Morals Court by Funkhouser's
men. Case continued for more evi
dence. Chief Justice Olson threatened to
swear out "vag" warrants city hall
Federal case against the Perfection
Egg Co. goes to jury today.
" $120,000 will be spent to beautify
Grant Park. Work begun.
Mrs. Mary Meisner, 6318 Seeley
av., suing Ernest G. Brown, Hooper
Grain Co., for $10 000, and Joseph
Thoren, a contractor, for $15,000, for
injuries to herself and son.
700 Jews complained to police that
2 countrymen had sold them tickets
to two fake concerts. Police prob
ing, Inquiry into cause of San Souci
dance pavillion fire opened.
Mrs. Bert Ribbey, 6238 Cottage
Grove av., had husband arrested for
non-sunport Committed to Br'de
well until he could furnish $500 bond
to pay wife 5 week.
Arthur Reeves, entertainer in Col
onial Cafe, 645 E. 63d St., given week
to pay taxi bill of $124. Wife motor
ed to Danville, 111.
MAY CHANGE ELECTION BOARD
Judge Owens apparently can't for
get the sad (for him) primaries. He
still appears sore. And somebody's
going to get walloped.
It is regarded as almost a certainty
that Charley Kellerman and Old Doc
Taylor, election commissioners, are
going ta get the grand bounce and
two staunch Owens men appointed in
Owens is now building political
fences for next spring, when it is said
he will be the Hearst candidate for
mayor. John seems to have opinion
that he can get the women's vote
by judicial politics during the short
time that he will be county judge.
Owens recently, granted women the
right to vote for county commission
ers. Taylor and Kellerman stood in
his way at first by refusing to vote
the way he wanted them to. But the
women got the vote anyway.
Now it is said Ike Doff, who used
to be Owens' personal bailiff and was
one of his managers during the late
campaign, will get one of the jobs
on the election board, and that Harry
Bailey, former warden of the County
Hospital and unsuccessful candidate
for county commissioner at the pri
maries, will get the other.
Tom Hoyne, brother of State's At
torney Hoyne, and Aid. Joe Ryan
have also been mentioned.
PEACE A SCHOOL STUDY
Study of the benefits of peace and
its effects upon racial characteristics
will be made a part oT the curriculum
of the Chicago public schools if the
schools' management committee to
morrow endorses the recommenda
tion of Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, super
intendent of schools. j
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