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spoke at a banquet in King's restau
rant last night.
Frank Seymour, 2821 Emerald av.,
arrested by J. P. Wilsnack, 7454
Stewart av. Allege that Seymour
took $5 from -purse while moving
John Williamson threw plate at
cat for eating his supper. Wife had
Wilbur Glenn Voliva will come to
Chicago to attack the sun, moon,
stars, Christian Science, vaccination
and algebra. Preceded by 250,000
Coroner's jury found that .Frank
Farina, 528 W. Division st, was killed
by unknown assassins on Sept. 15.
Shot walking with daughter.
Marion and Frank Baer, brothers,
113 S. Clinton st, stabbed in quarrel
with Walter Sliva, 533 DeKoven st.
Sliva pinched. '
Wm. Wright, 2017 Ogden av., ran
amuck shooting revolver. Called self
wild Indian. Arrested.
Wm. Jackson, 512 S. Leavitt st.,
threw cigarette into auto. Fell in
Mrs. J. J. Corkhill's lap. Husband
got out of auto and men scrapped.
Pinched." Jackson agreed to pay. Re-
Eli Lipsictz, druggist, 517 W. Madi
son st., sued by wife for separ
ate maintenance. Lucille Callahan
Adam Kopec, 1424 W. Division st.,
held to grand jury on 5 charges of
Robbers compelled Jacob Giovan
ski, cobbler, 1616 W. Austin av., to
'sole shoes. Then took $19.
Police looking for two men who
posed as health dep't employes and
sold California laundry, 2428 S.
Kedzie' av., supposed disinfectant,
saying all laundries were compelled
to use it.
Mrs! Emma Dresschens, 2549 Wil
son av., fell alighting from car. Bad
Irrs. Mary Dwyer, 3702 W. Harri
son st, arrested for kidpaping Lena
Henpenius, 6. Said she was lonesome
and wanted company. Took little
girl to nickel shows.
General Hwang Hsing feasted by
300 residents of Chinese district last
night in Foo Chow restaurant, 511 S.
ODD WAR BITS
Paris. The battleground of the re
cent fighting near Paris has now
been cleared and danger of infection
removed. 800 firemen were sent out
to clean up the battlefield.
London. Officers and men of Jew
ish faith serving in the British army
still in England were granted fur
loughs wherever possible that they
might attend religious services on
New Year and the Day of Atone
ment. Copenhagen. German artillery
men have named their huge siege
guns, which work such havoc with
fortifications, "busy berthas," after
Bertha Krupp, now the real head of
the Krupp works.
London. Astrologers agree that
the stars are bad for Germany. The
prediction of one published in an In
dian paper state that the stars tell
much the same stories as they did
when England gained her victories at
Trafalgar and Waterloo.
Melbourne. At the next meeting
of the Heidelbergshire council the
question of selecting a British name
for the township will be taken up.
London. A Young Englishman
hurried home from Argentina when a
German ship brought word that Paris
great German force had landed at M
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CARDINAL FERRATA STRICKEN
Rome, Oct. 1". Cardinal Ferrata,
papal secretary of state, is seriously
ill. The secretary, only recently ap
pointed to his office by Pope Bene
dict, was suddenly stricken with ap
pendicitis. Dr. Marchiafava has been,
called to attend the cardinaL