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dy, Highland Park, for $20,000 dam
ages. Fractured hip on auto ride
Mrs. Anna Quill, 9160 Harbor av.,
fined $100 for keeping dive. Six in
mates of Mrs. "Quill's place and 2f
other inmates and alleged keepers of
dives asked jury trials.
James Wilson and Margaret Wil
son, said to be his wife; Cass Ander
son, impersonating woman, and Al
lison Devine, arrested for giving
dance at 63d st. carnival. Scant cos
Louis Joat, 12, 2151 W. Harrison
St., robbed home of Mrs. Elizabeth
Weber, 6643 S. Racine av., who be
friended him. Arrested with two suit
cases full of articles. Even took bible.
C. Marundy, Evanstop, fined $100.
Beat wife. Twelve children appear
ed in court.
City plans to establish another
public market near Belmont av. and
N. Robey st.
Northwest Side Commercial Ass'n
to give auto outing tomorrow. Motor
to Chicago river and Cicero av, for
Mrs. Hattie Nuse, 715 N. State st.,
found boy, two weeks' old, crying in
front of home. St. Vincent's Infants'
Stephan Davido, 3, 1427 Sedgwick
st.Kfell from 3d-story window. Right
Leo Lesner, 2514 Southport av.,
arrested. Told cop he won 25 cents
in crap game. Told judge he was
O. L. Buck, Chicago chewing gum
man, in trouble for wiring streams on
estate in Wisconsin. Says he wants
to prevent destructive fish from en
tering and killing trout he has raised
at great cost.
R. W. Sears, 61, one of founders
of Sears, Roebuck & Co., died at
sanitarium in Waukesha, Wis.
Home of M. Bobo, 4343 Lake Park
av., ransacked. $1,500 in jewelry.
James Thomas, alias Tommy
Railey, arrested on complaint of Mrs.
Elizabeth Mansfield, 2830 W. 40th pi.
Says he sold her coal at reduced
prices, collected in advance, and no
Man found shot and stabbed to
death wrapped up in gunny sack yes
terday. Identified as James Barry,
peddler, 1229 W. Madison st. 3 men
SAYS BOARD OF EDUCATION IS
WRONGLY SPENDING DOUGH
That the board of education spends
thousands of dollars when they have
no right to do so is the accusation
hurled at the finance committee by
one of the members, Joseph A. Hol
puch. The board drew up a scientific bud
get June 24, indicating what should
be spent during the year and for
what the cash should go.
When the finance committee
brought out a new and totally differ
ent schedule, Holpuch complained.
"These appropriations never were
approved by the board of education.
When you make expenditures ac
cording to this budget you are spend
ing money which, you have no au
thority and no right to spend," he
"These expenditures are illegal be
cause they never have had the au
thorization of the board of education."
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