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support of wife in domestic relations
ourt. Denies wife's statement that
lie made $75 a week. Says he gets
$10. Case continued.
Cip'rous Mayfron, 364 E. 116th,
opening can of powder to load shells
when it exploded. Badly burned.
A. B. Farwell, so-called reformer,
announced that he has started a cam
paign for a sane new year's' celebra
tion. Aid. Kearns leads delegation of
stock yards citizens to council com
mittee to protest erecting shed for
protection of prize cattle. Motion to
build it withdrawn.
S. Weinstein and Co., jewelry cases
and leather goods, bankrupt, credit
ors say. Assets, $40,000; liabilities,
Sergeants Wall, Prouty and Char
atota Of West Park police took exam
for job as cap't. Vacancy left by
Mrs. Pauline Wellington, 806 E.
44th," fined $50 for operating "mas
sage parlor." Fine suspended. Or
dered to move out
Mrs. Nellie Clark, 6249 CottageH
Grove av., missing since Nov. 26th.
Herbert Swift, 4900 Blackstone av.,
robbed of watch and chain worth $50
by pickpocket on S. S. "L" train.
Flat of Henry Dodge, 5406 E. View
Park, broken Into by burglar. Cloth,
ing and jewelry valued at $208 taken.
Chas. Kallen, 6524 Robey, stabbed
in side "by brother-in-law, Wm. Wil
liamson, same (address.. Quarreled
over money. Williamson arrested.
Charge of wife abandonment dis
missed against John Davidson, 115th
and Forest av. Evidence showed they
had been separated and had divided
Harry Landis, 15, 5319 Wentworth
av., shot m hip by AlHe Robinson, 14,
4943 S. Dearborn. Robinson caught
after chase. Boys deny acquaint
ance.' Police believe they quarreled.
L. R. Campbell, 356 E. 58th, refused
to leave rear platform of Indiana av.
Car. Says hewp knocked from cr
at 40th. Police looking
Albert Brand shot Tuesday by W.
P. J. Campbell, lifelong friend. Killed
accidentally according to coroner's
jury. Campbell tried to shoot pipe
from Brand's mouth.
John Nelson, houseman employed
by Mrs. J. A. Ostrom, 5039 Black
stone av., left in house washing win
lows. Gone when Mrs. Ostrom re
turned. So was $500 in cash and
Harry Cole, 2327 Indiana av sen
tenced to year in house of correction
for borrowing $400 pair of diamond
earrings from girl to get her diamond
ring to match. Never returned. I
Irish Fellowship Club to meet in
Hotel La Salle today. Poland and
White Sox to be discussed by speak
ers. Chicago railways terminals com'n
pointed out to city council local in
dustries committee that B. & O. rail
road was being given too many priv
ileges in plan for new West Side
freight terminal. To confer with
Chief Justice Olseh assigned mu
nicipal judges for term beginning
Postmaster Burleson warns public
to mail their Christmas presents by
parcel post early. Expects large in
crease in business.
Hamilton Club to give minstrel'
show. Fifteen daughters of members
to take part in cabaret scene.
Safe in store of Frank Oserski, 3229
Mo'sspratt, opened by robbers; $406
Two men arrested for saloon
holdups. Identified by victims. ,
Electric drills used to open two
safes in offices of Zipf Bros. Coal Co;
Dr. Carl Alsberg, chief of U. S. Bu
real of Chemistry, said city was
healthier place to live in than coun.
try in talk before City Club's health
exhibit. More protection.
John Dernier, 3431 Medill av., sui-,
cided. with gas, Paralytic, .