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cation trial committee for destroy
ing school property. Alleged to have
done so in revenge for working over
'time at school dances.
Adeline Krulikowski, 2, 843 N. May,
died. Fell in tub of hot water Tues
day. Tailor shop of Mannie Weiss, 5010
Dorchester av., held up. $40 and jew
elry worth $250 taken.
John Jurkonis, 3315 Mosspratt,
held up. $78.
Charles' Lindsay, Highwood, dis
charged in Evanston court. Miss
Catherine Heisdorf, Evanston, said
he followed her a mile. Conflicting
Five first-class and one second
class detective sergeants transferred.
No reason given.
"4-11" alarm turned in from Em
press Theatre box, 63d and Halsted.
Flat building at 6240 Halsted badly
Judge Fry signed warrant for ar
rest of Henry Dugnier, sec'y Golden
Building and Loan Co. Alleged to
have embezzled $5,000.
Vaudeville entertainment provided
at dinner ,of Chicago Drug Club in
Louis Brandeis, Boston, and Dr.
Levin, Germany, to arrive in Chicago
today. To lecture on new status of
Jew in Europe since war.
Chicago Substitute Letter Carriers
to give annual fall dance Saturday in
Masonic Temple Drill hall.
Sup't -Scott of Humane Society
heard that horses are being de-tailed
at yards before being shipped to Eu
ropean battlefields. To investigate.
Fred Walton couldn't get wife to
leave him, so he left her. Blamed her
for troubles. Arrested for wife aban
donment. Judge ordered wife to get
Burglars entered flat of Lee Tiller,
4155 Drexel av., by way of telephone
Saloon of Nicholas Ticci, 9Z W.
Harrison, held up by 2 men; $6.
Blue fedora hat, gray overcoat and
brown coat found on 18th st. bridge.
r Body of man noticed in river. Police
unable to recover it.
Constantine Gellerino, found dead
from gas at 6109 S. State. Supposed
Bad gas jet caused death of John
Johnson, ex-saloonkeeper, 30 York
Three men tried to hold up Kurt
Giattras in his restaurant, 2302 S.
Halsted. Cut one with knife. All
Rose Creza, 2, burned to death in
home, 518 E. 115th. Matches.
Joseph Bloom, 1514 W. Adams,
broke right leg in fall on icy pave
ment Mrs. Lewis Pearlstein, 5409 Calu
met av., lost $3. Purse snatcher.
Bessie Bruce, 2 months, 431 S. Mor
gan, died, supposedly from coal gas
poisoning. Police probing.
Mrs. John Finchul, wife of North
Chicago wire mills laborer, found
wandering in streets of Lake Bluff
last night with lighted lantern. Said
she was searching for husband.
Taken home. Sick,
"Them new neighbors of ourn don't
don't seem to care a heck for so
ciety." '"What makes you think so?"
"Why, dad blot it! They've been
here a week and ain't been to the
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