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having embezzled .$9,000 to play
ponies, held to grand jury.
Judge Petit assailed police for lax
ity in allowing youths under age to
patronize saloons when he sentenced
three young men to 60 days in jail for
robbery. - .
Dean Sumner's"purse stolen on
street car. Got 4 cents and key to
Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul.
Joseph Crordano, 8, 1469 Austin
av., bumped head into mail box. Con
cussion of brain.
Man said to be Wm. Poie, 1100
Lake Shore drive, ended life in lake.
. .If Lorena M. Johnson, 3030 Sheri
dan road, marries, will lose $100,000.
Husband's will left thi samount if she
Mrs. Harry M, Forbes, 1845 S. Cen
tral Park av., hit and probably fatally
injured by auto of Mrs. Martha Gold
schmidt, 1532 S. Ridgeway av. Not
Public invited to attend lecture on
"The Use of the Will," to be given in
Room 912, Masonic Temple, at 8 p.
m., Sunday, by Mrs. S. C. Morse.
Frank Rausch asked court for
writ to obtain custody of son Harold,
1, who he alleged is being held illegal
ly at home of mother-in-law, Mrs.
Stella Wyrobek, 8711 Exchange av.
Vacant barn burned at 5148 S.
Dearborn st. $2,000 loss.
Mrs. Maria Davis, negress, 3426 S.
State St., arrested on charge of steal
ing diamond ring from Miss Louise
Hupp, 6020 Sf Park av., where she
Bandsaw broke in Hansell-Elcock
Company's iron works, Normal and
Archer avs. Joseph Miller, 1818 W.
18th St., dead and Albert Garolski,
2877 S. Throop St., seriously injured.
Five boys arrested, charged with
breaking into saloon and shoe store,
thought to be bandits who have
spread terror among West Side mer
chants. Whole state of Indiana celebrated
"Disease Prevention Day" yesterday.
' Three robbers, surprised in at
tempt to hold up Chicago av. station
of Metropolitan ."L," shot Policeman
Wm. Muldoon. Cop may die. Trio
Mrs. A. Scalzitti, 9531 Harvard av.,
up in court because she could not
get on with neighbors. Put under
James Oklahome, Indian, was fined
$5 for chasing patrons of saloon at
500 S. Wabash av., into street with
Stanley Lebnow, 4633 S. Lafflin st.,
threw brick through plate glass win
dow so he could go to jail and get
something to eat. Out of work.
George Pangolous, 250 Weed st.,
peddler, fined $25 for selling short
Percival Goodman, 5439 Ellis av.,
former head of defunct Regal Tailor
ing Co., 410 S. 5th av., held to grand
jury on charge of operating confi
Mrs. Rose Simon. 537 E. 46th pi.,
gave birth to boy in auto in front of
St. Luke's Hospital.
A. R. Boynton, 218 N. Mayfield av.,
manufacturer, knocked down by
piece of cement which fell from 11th
floor of building under construction
at 127 W. Madison st.
Judge ordered Michael McGuire,
1530 E. 65th st., and his wife to start
anti-nagging club. To report pro
gress Nov. 13.
At meeting of Civic Music Ass'n
yesterday members discussed open
ing a school where children could
obtain free musical instruction.
St. Paid freight struck switch near
Forest Glen. Caboose and last car
derailed. Burned. Nobody hurt
S. G. Skinner, Wilmette, manufac
turer of auto supplies, heard auto last
night. Looked out window. Was his
machine being stolen.
Herman Rodnitzky, 8, 1735 W. Di
vision St., died of injuries received in
auto accident Police looking for
Mattie Stroub, 700 N. State st., who
disappeared Monday, found in Buf
falo, N. Y.