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Catharine Smith and Stella Pol
lok, 914 Wells St., who disappeared
Tuesday, arrested in Kansas City.
Two men held as suspects in rob
bery of Exner & Kutner's hardware
store, 838 Wells st.
22 detectives held in reserve at
East Chicago av. station to prevent
trouble by street speakers at Chicago
av. and Clark st.
Flat of George Wahlenstein, 5103
W. Taylor st., robbed by 3 armed
men, who forced Wahlenstein to sit
in chair while home was searched.
Got overcoat and $5
Mrs. Catharine Hinz, suing hus
band for separate maintenance, says
he has bad temper.
First issue of "Lane Tech Daily"
came out yesterday. Printed by stu
dents. 15-year-old boy tried to hold up
candy store of Mrs. Wilhelmina Jas
mund, 3649 S. Lincfoln st., last night.
Mrs. Jasmund was scrubbing floor.
Threw bucket of suds on bandit, who
fled. Told police.
Edward Hoffman, 5355 S. State st.,
arrested on charge of embezzling
$400 from Consumers' Ice Co.
Emma Carlson, 430 W. 66th St., ar
rested on warrant sworn out by J. C.
Engley, 466 W. 65th st., who charges
she stole $8 while cleaning his room.
John Babczynski, 8347 Bond av.,
cashed check for $27 drawn on Sand
Bank of Indiana. Babczynski fined
$200 by judge for passing bogus
Helen Welch, 12, daughter of John
Welch, lawyer living -m Highland
Park, yesterday found a burglar in
home when she came from school.
Obtaining father's revolver, she
chased him from the house.
William Sloan, 733 N. Clark st., ar
rested Sunday night while speaking
at Chicago av. and Clark St., to be
tried by" jury today
Five of 9 men who escaped from
the Kankakee jail Tuesday have been
Mrs. Jane Comerford, 74, 50-year
resident of Chicago and mother of
Frank Comerford, attorney who re
cently defended Carl Person, died at
her home, 2009 W. 12th st., last night.
Board of Education barred Sunday
Joseph Memmeshelmer, 6043 Dor
chester av., struck by street car.
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