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"fiat. Booked for contributing to de
linquency of her 2 daughters. Ethel
Tobin, 553 E.43d, and 2 men booked
George O'Brien, plumber, Kansas
City, arrested while trying to take
lace curtains from limousine.' Told
police he couldn't find work and was
Fred Miller, driver of ice cream
wagon, arrested on charge of steal
ing $300 worth of goods from base
ment ofdrug store of Fred Mosar,
4701 Sheridan rd.
Charles Kehl, saloonkeeper, 210 W.
Washington, found drowned in Hum
boldt Park lagoon. Coroner inves
tigating. No reason for suicide.
Money and watch in pockets.
Luft's restaurant, 338 W. Van Bu
ren, entered by burglars. Detectives
smelled smoke. Man pinched. Said
he was jobless and hungry.
Peter McGowan, 2038 Burling,
blacksmith, found dead at bottom of
stairs in basement of W. Nels' saloon,
232 N, Clark.
Nelson Lampertto address Chicago
Woman's Ass'n of Commerce oir
"Banking Situation" at luncheon
Tuesday in Auditorium Hotel.
Sam Johnson, 2668 Elston av., died
from injuries received when he fell
from 3d floor of new building at
Trumbull av. and Franklin blvd.
Burglar captured making getaway.
Said he was Walter Thornton, 3227
W. Madison. Had robbed drug store
of Aleck Furaski, 3159 Jackson blvd.
Jacob Rounds, 3521 W- Congress,
brought to Chicago from Kingsbury,
N. Y., and booked on charge of wife
and child abandonment.
Two freight cars jumped track on
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R.
at North av. and wrecked tower-
man's shanty. Towerman injured.
Paul Zate, 718 N. May, shct and
killed Joseph Znelinskl, 1433 W. Ful
ton, in quarrel over girl. Zate ar
rested. Prof. Robert Gault, Northwestern
"U," told Sunday Afternoon Club at
Y. M. C. A. that segregation or ster-,
f ilization of defectives is only way of
eliminating source of crime.
Frank Ferrito, 916 Sholto, shot
from ambush at Taylor and Miller
last night. "At peace with world,"
he says. Serious condition.
Unidentified man, poorly dressed,
dropped dead over table in David
Lipsey's saloon, 30 W. Harrison.
Gov. Walsh of Mass. said Wiscon
sin has best state government in
Union. More done for individual cit
izen and individual interest in politics
Unidentified man, 40, killed by
street car at Vincennes av. and W.
92d. Crowded car in panic.
Frank Harper, on way to London
to join army, went down to lake to
see two German submarines bottled
up by British gunboats. Lost $175
by "shell game."
Three boys, arrested in piano box
in freight car, locked up in Harrison
st. station. Trying to beat way to
Two La Grange boys to be brought
into Coroner Hoffman's office this
morning to be questioned reason for
firing revolver at coroner while he
was driving along lonely road near
La Grange Friday night.
ODD WAR NEWS
London.. A London servant girl
who had $25 on deposit in the post
office saving bank, wrote to the post
master general: "Please sir, close my
account and send half to the Prince
of Wales' relief fund and the rest to
London. "The battle of the K's"
announces the Express. "On our
side K. of K; of their side Kaiser
Krupp and Kultur."
Singapore. Makepeace is the
name of the place where the Ger
man inhabitants of the Straits set
tlements and adjacent British terri
tories are being interned.
Amsterdam. A poor woman at
Liege was robbed of all her posses
sions save a pet pig. Finally the Ger
mans took that, too. However, they
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