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nance. Trips with another women
Daniel Martin, 115 S. Ada, arrested
for small defense in Delaware, 0.,
released. Has family and good job.
Ohio authorities dropped charges.
Mrs. Clara Davenport, wife of
Waukegan lighthouse keeper, got
$10,000 verdict against Calumet &
S. Chicago R. R. Personal injuries.
Cap't Collins of South Chicago to
station policeman in abandoned coal
office at 134th and Brandon av.
Guard against hold-up men.
Benefit entertainment to be given
in Orchestra hall, Thursday night.
Proceeds go to Swedish Old People's
Herman Schultz, 63, wealthy mer
chant of Kenosha, sent to insane asy
lum. Set fire to bed in sanitarium.
Lee M. Doty, 7122 Euclid av., fined
$11.'50 for alleged assault on Mrs.
Hazel Worley, 1919 E. 71st St., wife
of druggist. Mrs. Worley hit in
scrap aver bill.
Nat'l Veneer and Panel MTrs Ass'n
in convention at Auditorium hotel to
day. Elevator men in feneral building
warned not to talk in loud tones or
carry passengers on successive trips.
Order result of many war arguments.
Aid. Geiger at trial of Peter Kresse,
street car conductor, accused of
throwing him off car, denied using
profane language to "connie."
Jacob L. Kesner elected pres. of the
Illinois Taxpayers' Alliance at Hotel
La Salle, Tuesday.
Forcible feeding on program for
two giant pythons at Lincoln Park
zoo. Have refused food for months.
Four men held. Charged with steal
ing $28,000 in copper bullion from
Santa Pe freight car when Edward
Barrett, special agent, was killed.
L. E. McCann, comnrr public
works, considering changing to east
ern time in Chicago '
James Pittaway, 72, 7151 Parnell
av., hit by Wabash train at 72d. Dead.
About 200 employes of State Bank
of Chicago gav banquet to'D, A, GooT-
dard, pres., in Hotel Sherman. Mark
ed 35th anniversary of bank.
Standard Oil men get "in recogni
tion for service" buttons for good
work. Over 500 medals given.
C. M. Morderwell, head of coal op
erators of Illinois and Indiana, says
anti-trust laws make production al
Special telephone exchange for doc
tors to be asked from council by Chi-
cago Medical Ass'n in convention at
Hotel Sherman Tuesday.
John Nolan got $50 and costs and
60 days in Bridewell for striking
Goldie Yates, 2222 S. Dearborn, in
, Morals court.
Edward Mullen, found dead on floor
at 319 S. Green. Heart disease may
be death cause.
Heart disease verdict at inquest,
over body of Jos. Berrsingi, 1943 W.
Ohio. Striken ill on street. Died at
Wm. Newman, 414 Robey, sent to
Bridewell for 8 mo. Stole suit of
Perforated petticoats and lacy
frills features of winter lingerie. De
cision of Fashion Art League in con
vention. Council judiciary committee re
fused to make law against hiring of
women ushers in theaters.
Several had narrow escapes when
15-ton, 100-ft. stack well from 5th
floor of new MacVeagh bldg., Lake
and Wabash. Broken bolt cause.
Begin hearing of testimony in case
against Jos. Pish, accused of arson.
Implicated by confession of David
Korshak. "fire bug."
Charles Shurel fined $10 for an
noying Anna Koester, 9990 Vincen
nes road, is suspect in Jennie Miller
Aurora murder case. Held at Bride
well. John Kennedy elected pres. of Chi
cago Waiters' Ass'n.
James P. Calt, 219 E. Superior, hit
by auto at Oak and Lake Shore drive.
Walter Tucker, 6902 Cornell av.
arrested' wneri caught with barrel -of