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Sutphen's picture frame factory at
428 N. Oakley av. Revived by pul
motors. Thought to be charcoal
J. W. Coghill, wife and 5 men and
4 women discharged by judge. Al
leged to have been inmates of a dis
orderly house. Insufficient evidence.
Coroner's jury investigating death
of Robert Seitz, Jr., 1, shot and killed
by Howard Cummings, 17-year-old
uncle of baby, at 7303 Langley av., re
turned verdict of accidental death.
John Monicocha, 5637 Grand av.,
carsmith, killed when Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul box car collapsed
in Galewood yards.
Dr. A. C. Gregg, physician of Penn
sylvania, died of heart disease in En
Daniel Sinokrat, 8944 The Strand,
arrested for assault with deadly
weapon. Broke violin over wife's
head. Fined $300.
Preliminary hearing of Mann act
charges against Alva M. Johnson,
charged with transporting his ste
nographer from state to state and
marrying her within a year of di
vorce, continued until Saturday.
Nov. 16 date set by Judge Landis
for hearing of government's suit
against Sanitary District.
Thomas Zdrodowsky, 369 Avers
av., and family pinched for dancing
by landlord, who said he tired of pay
ing platering bills. Judge ordered
Dan Peterson, 17, suicide With poi
son in rooming house'at 3052 N. Al
bany av. over quarrel with girl. Lat
Michael Tulkewicz, 3428 S. Hal
sted, held to grand jury by coroner's
jury on charge of manslaughter.
Threw 2-months'-old daughter to
floor and killed her.
Donato Anestasia, 5516 S. State,
tried to suicide by shooting selfih'
room. Left note to sweetheart ac
cusing her of not loving him.. Con
$25,000,000 passed through Chi
cago in armored express cars yester-
day. No one knew it until it wan
gone. Guarded by 30 American Ex
press messengers from Denver to
More cats wanted for field duty in
county recorder's office. Army of
rats have captured records.
Police investigating' death of Mrs.
Otto Waitzmann, wife of Board of
Trade operator, 817 Lafayette pwky.
Found dead from gas.
MODEL HUBBY IN BAD LOVING
WIFE SAVES HIM.
Mrs. Raymond Ebersoll, a Chicago
girl, went to Milwaukee and saved
her "model husband" from prison
Ebersoll, whp was left an estate in
trust by his father, a local cigar man
ufacturer, confessed the theft of
$125 from Arthur L. Martin of Mil
waukee. He also admitted, the po
lice say, that he came to Chicago
with two girls, where they "cabar
eted" on part of the money.
Judge Backus of the Municipal
Court was to sentence Ebersoll to
day. Mrs. Ebersoll arrived in court
a few minutes before her husband
was arraigned. She pleaded for
EbersolPs liberty, offering to sell her
jewelry in order to reimburse Mar
tin. "We've been married less than a
year and during that time Raymond
has been a model husband," said
Mrs. Ebersoll. "He was constantly
bringing me presents of candy, fruits
and flowers and things. He never
stayed out nights and gave me his
Ebersoll was placed oh probation
for three years.
PLAN MUSIC LECTURES.
A series of lectures of interest to
music lovers have been arranged by
the McLean School, 624 S. Michigan
blvd.; to be given by Dr. Rudolph B.
Von Liebich, pianist and composer.
The lectures will begin Nov. 5 and
continue on each Thursday evening
until Feb. 11