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"9264 South Chicago av., because suit
shrunk. Tried clothes on in court.
Gets new pair pants.
John McCabe, 5741 S. Honore, held
over night at the 50th st. station for
disorderly conduct, to write a book
Gust Clark, plumber, 5644 Ingle
side av., arrested when wife said he
put feather bed in bathtub for wash
ing. Mrs. Margaret Ryan4916 S. 5th
av., robbed of $7, ring and rosary by
Harry "Clark held to grand jury as
burglar. Caught by cop carrying
load of meat from shop of E. P. Bro
gan, 7221 Greenwood av.
Mrs. Ira D. Wilcox, 4720 N. Talman
av., got injunction restraining hubby
from selling auto or other property.
Suing for divorce. Cruelty alleged.
Mrs. Mary Holstein, 3056 Sheffield
av., beaten by robber because she
clung to pocketbook. Thief escaped
crowd by jumping fence.
Rudolph Goede, confessed army
deserter, gave self up at Hudson av.
station. Turned over to Fort Sher
Mrs. Delia Petrowski, 914 Sedg
wick, dead at County hospital from
skull fracture. Stanley, husband,
Margaret Bottigliero, 7, 717 S. Ash
land ay., killed by explosion of wa
ter heater in basement.
Edward Rice, wanted as . "con
man," caught in El Paso, Tex. Said
to have got $5,000 on "wire-tapping"
John W. Gage of Fish Fanciers'
club to tell fish stories at luncheon
of Hawkeye Fellowship club Satur
day. Geo. Danish, 1928 W. Grand av.,
dead in gas-filled room. No motive
known for suicide.
Fred Bjerger, Des Moines negro,
convicted on serious charge pre
ferred by Clara Merryweather, 14,
tried suicide in jail. Rope.
Because of crowd and lack of fobs
Chicago. Woman's club job bureau,
limits number of applicants to 75"
Two negroes, surprised in home of
Mrs. B. G. Baker, 7008 Sheridan rd.,
escaped with jewelry worth $900.
Mrs. Margaret Mcintosh, 420 E.
40th, robbed of $125 by negro.
May Weaver, traveling salesman
for Geo. L. Shuman & Co., 509 Wa
bash av., suicide. Lake. Ill health.
- Anna Katz, 1536 S. Lawndale av.,
suicide. Gas. Coroner's jury, unable
to find reason.
Philip Fereki, 1850 W. Erie, found
Stanley Wowoznek, a roomer, in
room with wife. Shot Stanley twice
and 6-year-old daughter. Not serious.
Classes in citizenship to be started
in schools. To benefit foreigner.
Henry Meyer, 4115 N. Paulina,
returning home, found burglar in
home. Lost $7. Intruder escaped.
"My boy, can I set this watch by
the school bell?"
"Yessir but I advise yer not ter
set it there long, or some'o' the kids'll
Washington Geo. T. Weitzel, ex
minister of Nicaragua, appointed at
Constantinople as special assistant.to
Ambassador MorgenthaUj ,
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