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Mann act. Accused of taking Flor
ence Giddens, 16, 15 E. 9th, to Cin
cinnati. Fido White, 64, negro, 4025 Dear
born, killed by auto driven by Tony
Ludden, 5331 Glenwood av., at 38th
and State. Tony held.
Pearl Haven, negress, put on pro
bation for one year. Admitted re
ceiving stolen property of Helen Gil
bert, Metropole Hotel.
Mrs. Mary Ackley, 9317 Ridgeland
av., asked police to seek husband,
Leo, switchman. Missing with
$109.18 on person.
Jas. Mullenbach, sup't of Oak For
est infirmary, and Rob't Kenyon,
sup't public service, to resign when
Reinberg succeeds McCormick as
head of county board.
Unknown man killed by Rock
Island train near Blue Island. Cloth
ing bore marks of Oak Forest in
firmary. Mrs. May Boyd, 1453 Elmwood av.,
got divorce from George. "He brand
ed me on leg with poker like a cow,"
she told Judge Irwin.
Alphonso Panepinto, 2252 Massa
chusetts av., and Hosco Catanzerete,
1517 Adams, held to grand jury for
murder of Jos. Sarno, Landsing, 111.
Girl usher,s fighting attempt of fire
chief to force employment of men in
their jobs. Women panicky, he says.
Organization banquet of advocates
of tax reforms held in Hotel La Salle
yesterdty. J. L. Kesner, chairman.
George Johnson, 3709 Prairie av.,
negro, arrested for whistling on State
st. at midnight. Fined ?1.
Mrs. Mary McNamara, 4258 S.
State, put under peace bonds. Mrs.
Emma Orsinger, 4354 Indiana av.,
says she attacked her.
Barney Foster brought back from
Muscatine, la., to face charge of em
bezzling $500 from Kraus Bros. &
Loewy Co., 4918 S. Wabash av.
Federal officials to destroy 204,
840 bad eggs in bonfire at 12th and
Grant Park. Condemned shipments.
Bloody knife and pocketbook be
longing to H. A, Hamilton, employe
of White Motor Co., found in saloon
at 149 5th av. Friends say property
stolen by dips. Hamilton out of
Thos. Henneberry, Wilmington, III.,
and Maurice Klein appointed deputy
U. S. marshals.
M. E. Fowler confessed coloring
"oleo" without paying government
tax. One year in Leavenworth.
Eli Pfaelzer, 4318 Grand blvd.,
packer, in auto, hurt Edmond C.
Meyer, 3225 Potomac av., at Clark
White women complained of ogling.
Negro loiterers barred from warrant
room of Hyde Park courtroom.
Ten negroes fined $1 after gam
bling raid on the Railway Porters'
and Waiters' Club, at 16 E. 31st. Sam
Young, "keeper," taxed $50.
Twelfth St. Property Owners'
Ass'n to call special meeting in Wood
man's Hall, 12th and Halsted, to
night. To prevent postponement of
widening of 12th st.
Sophie Corkowiski, 17, 651 N. Pau
lina, hurt by auto truck. Driver
Andrew Nelson, 1444 Rascher av.,
and two friends hurt when his auto
hit lumber wagon. Will recover.
John Loeding, 3938 N. Keystone
av., cigarmaker, died while being tak
en to Bridewell hospital. Had been
arrested for disorderly conduct.
George Le Fils, 7038 South Park
av., arrested for wooing Eva Petit,
7332 Evans av., by mail. Promised
judge not to write to her again.
Jury trying George Johnson, 812
E. 51st, accused of flirting on car by
Melvina Bell, disagreed. Case to be
retried Jan. 11.
Chas. Hanson, pamter, accused of
exploding bomb in new building at
11750 Indiana av. To be tried for
malicious mischief Dec. 9.
"Members of morals commission
will not be named until first of year,"
said Mayor Harrison. United Societies
to get one member.
James J. West, broker, indicted for
misuse of funds of National Bank of
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