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BITS OF NEWS
Julian Hotel restaurant, 63d st. and
Stewart av., caught fire early today.
Guests driven to street. Damage
Leo Schmichel, 21, 3605 S. Lincoln
st, died in hospital from street car
injuries received few days ago.
Franklin Lane, sec'y of interior, in
Chicago on way to Pacific coast. To
visit government reservations.
Charles B. Munday will surrender
self to Sheriff Zimmer. Twelve in
dictments against him in connection
with the looting of the LaSalle st.
bank and other institutions.
Capt. Arthur Stiles, West Park po
lice, to fight for position' in courts if
park board upholds decision of merit
board who discharged him.
RE-OPEN CASE ON GIRI'S STORY
David Smith, keeper of a soft drink
parlor at 515 N. LaSalle st, was fined
$200 in the Morals Court yesterday
on a charge of disorderly conduct
sworn out by Major Funkhouser.
Funkhouser testified in court and
produced a letter which he had re
ceived from Virginia Gordon, 20,
whom he had paroled from the Bride
well recently, where she was serving
a $200 fine as keeper of a disorderly
house at 515 N. LaSalle st.
The Gordon woman, in the letter,
said' that Mary Metz was the real
owner of the resort, but she was told
to say she had recently bought the
place and that Mrs. Metz would pay
her fine. She did this and Judge
Goodnow fined her S200 and released
! Mrs. Metz, who had been convicted
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George Stineman, 730& Kenwood i .j Bridewell .
-., took apple from fruit 'stand of b M M . . ftst . .
for keeping a disorderly house and
her case will come up next Tuesday.
Nicholas Geovanes. who stabbed him.
Judge Walker ordered Mrs. Paul
Yates to return adopted baby to Mrs.
Frank Kerz, its mother, this morning".
First woman wept with sorrow; other
E. J. Potts, indicted in connection
with failure of Lorimer-Monday
string of banks, surrendered. Gave
$10,000 bail' today.
L. E. McGann, commissioner of
public works, protests to commission
on downtown improvements against
public service corporation tearing up
Milwaukee. Eleven laborers, con
structing new water works intake
mile out in lake, rescued by. life sav
ing' crew. Waves 25' feet high swept
London. Pauline Chase, Amer
actress, .and Alexander Drummond,
son of George Drummond. head of
Drummond's Bank of London, were
Madr Fourth son born to
Queen Victoria of Spain.
. ......wii'iii divorce cases heard
today in Circuit and Superior courts, Dispatch.
Miss Gordon's story agreed with
e testimony of Funkhouser. Smith
didn't pay his fine.
COMERFORD FOR ROBINS
Frank ComerfQrd denies the report
that he is out for Roger Sullivan.
The well-known labor attorney, who
ran for the Democratic senatorial
nomination against Sullivan and
made his whole Jght against Roger,
has not changed his attitude since
primary day and is now supporting
Raymond Robins for senator.
Comerford, however, is still sup
porting some of the Democratic
ticket Next week he will take the
stump among trades unionists in the
interests of Judge Scully.
Every time we see an able-bodied
male riding in an electric brougham
we wonder if he has on a corset and
a wrist wtch. Peoria Journal.
Nobody has thought to call Coxey's
army to-the colors. Norfolk Ledger-
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