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penitentiaries throughout U. S. to
give views on best way a discharged
prisoner can make an honest living.
August Woolsnagen, teamster, and
Edward Dugdale, 11, cut and bruised
when milk wagon was wrecked by
R. J. Holten, 4233 Champlain av.,
held up by two negroes. $15.
Body of Otto Sallman, 644 E, 114th
st, found on I. C. tracks. Police say
train struck him.
Joseph Clark, 209 E. 35th st.,
strong-armed by two men in alley.
Diamond pin worth $125 taken.
Oliver Gibbons, 1407 E. 65th st.,
died at County Hospital from tuber
culosis and exposure. Escaped guards
and was found on grounds last night
walking in sleep.
Mrs. Robert Sommer, wife of drug
clerk, suing for divorce. Sommers de
fifes -wife's allegation that he is weal
thy. Both disagree on alimony.
Marie Muldring, in court on charge
of taking ad dress of Mrs. Frances
Schmidt, who lives where the girl
does at 608 N. Clark st, said she
wanted to look pretty at dance. Case
William E. Wood, janitor and al
leged "firebug," in court on charge
of attempted arson. Case continued
pending1 examination for sanity.
Mrs. Charles GJorch suing for di
vorce here. Alleged husband chased
her through streets of Davenport, la.,
Eleventh ball Division; No. 20 of An
cient Order of Hibernians at Emmet
Memorial Hall Saturday night.
August Geweke, Desplaines, head
of Cook Co. Truck Farmers' Ass'n,
spoke before City Club in favor of
$2,000,000 county bond issue. Says
good highways mean cheaper food.
"Doc" Williams crusade against
dope fiends resulted in conviction of
Mrs. Helen Clark, 118 E. 42d st, who
was fined $100 for selling heroin
without a prescription yesterday.
Three men arrested by detectives
from state's attorney's office for mur
der of Michael Boch, 5027 Bishop st,
who died after assault in saloon last -July.
Platinum being stolen from labora
tories of U. S. Steel Corporation,
Gary. Chicago detectives put on trail.
Several thousand dollarsAvorth gone.
William Steers, 54, 1404 N. Clark
St., struck by auto driven by Charles
Calkin, 1412 Farrell av., and badly
bruised. Calkin arrested.
Gustave Thorne, 2814 N. Maynard
av., died ffom fractured skull, Found
unconscious on street. Police prob
ing. Anthony Reitenbach, 3227 W. 24th
st, employe of Chicago & Western
Indiana, slipped from railroad em
bankment at Stewart av. and Alex
ander st. Fell 40 feet. Condition
Edward Jasinsky, 8, 648 W. Austin
av., went for ride on elevated. Got
lost and ride ended in Oak Park.
Taken home by police.
Rosie Leskowitz, 618 Maxwell st,
jostled from Halsted st. car. Badly
Frank Quisle v. 4230 Iowa st, sec-
lion foreman, found dead in bed.
Heart disease. v
Phillip McGee, 422 N. Western av.,
who received fractured skull in boiler,
explosion at 2324 W. Lake St., died of
injuries. Second fatality.
Victor Peterson, 526 N. Robey st,
arrested on charge of larceny pre
ferred By Mrs. D. Sherman, 746 N.
Franklin st, who says he stole $150
George Quinjan, county sup't of
highways, has issued new map of
Cook county, showing all designated
state aid roads.
Six millionaires to milk cows at
Dairy Show tonight. Winner to be
presented with leather medal and '
drink a glass full of milk of own ex
traction. Third part of prize to be (
A. J. Winters, printer, 6103 Went-,
worth av., burned about face andr
hands. Gasoline exploded. ?
Com'r of Public Works McGann t
and Sup't of Streets Leininger start