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daughter. Dropped child while carry
Jack-o'-lanterns set fire to curtains
in homes of George Belke and T. C.
Keller, Evanston. Damage slight.
George Nelson, 1219 Columbia av.,
arrested motoring through Evanston
for failing to have lights burning.
Told police boys had taken oil from
lamps at dance in Kenilworth. Re
leased. Residents of Wilson av. district
complained to Town Hall police that
two men were scaring women and
Henry Fernekes, "honeymoon ban
dit," to go to Pontiac reformatory to-j
day to begin indefinite term.
Four men thought to be auto
thieves being held at Hyde Park sta
tion. Thief snatched purse of Miss Ray
Stein, 4437 Calumet av. She grabbed
him and regained it Taken after a
chase. Gave name of Unger Coston.
Dennis Egan, head of Torrens land
registry department, asked for some
cats to catch mice which were eating
records. Has been ocered 200.
Meyer DeMar, 638 S. Marshfield
av., held up by 3 men near home. $10.
Many valuable records of Pullman
C. destroyed in blaze in basement of
building early yesterday morning.
15 firemen overcome. Cause of blaze
to be investigated.
Purse snatchers robbed Mrs. Cath
arine Saucb, 6411 S. Peoria? of $2,
and Mrs. F. Pagin, 7400 Emerald av.,
R Hellner, 3236 Lowe av., held up
by 2 men. $40.
MAYOR CUTS EXPENSES.
With the prediction that if a great
saving is not effected the city will
soon be without a surplus, Mayor
Harrison issued an order to all city
departments to cut their expenses 20
In nine months the city has spent
three-fourths of its cash, so that the
end of the year would find us with
no working capital,
THIS'DOUBLE BR1DAL'tWILL LINK
Miss Marie Roberts (upper) and
her sis'ter, Miss Louise Roberts,
daughters of California's, State
Treasurer and millionaire- banker,
whose forthcoming double-marriage
to brothers; Philip S. Kamm and
Walker W. Kamm, respectively, is
heralded as one of the season's most
brilliant nuptials. The; brides-elect
are. social J favorites in California,
New York and Wasbin.gton. The
Kamm brothers are the sons "of a
millionaire pioneer family 'of Spo
kane, "Wash;- - - -
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