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"of Frank Filey, 12, 8032 Manistee av.
May lose eye. .
Mrs. Elizabeth Paluszowski, South
Chicago, got $200 verdict in slander
suit against Mrs. Elizabeth Marciu
dowski, 8536 Burley av.
Mrs. Concetti Roti and Dominick
Cironas, 154 W. 32d, arrested when
stolen rugs valued at $1,000 were
found in Hat at 1900 W. 59th.
Stock of men's furnishing store of
R. L. Lipsky, bankrupt, 5658 S. Hal
sted, auctioned off by Judge Landis.
About 300 life insurance agents
not members were guests at banquet
given by Life Underwriters' Ass'n at
Hotel La Salle.
Closer commercial relations be
tween North and South America ad
vocated at 'dinner of Sbuth American
consuls at Hotel La Salle.
Case against Inez Bennett, 25, mu
latto, who dressed as man until ar
rested for alleged theft of diamond
by Harry Fiiller, piano player, dis
missed. Lack of evidence.
Aid. Bock, chairman of local trans
portation committee, named subcom-'l
mittee to take up loop subway plans. J
Inquest into death of Emil Ems
heimer, loop hat maker, found in of
fice after mysterious death, on again
today. Get final report for city chem
ist. Richard Oliver, druggist, 3001 W.
Harrison, arrested for wife abandon
ment, ordered to pay wife $5 a week
for her support.
Will of Henry L. Wheeler filed for
probation. Disposed of $750,000. Son,
Henry I. Wheeler, Long Island, N. Y.,
Dr. Frank Stahl home here after
five months in Europe. Attended
medical congress in London in Au
gust. Fire in plant of Sulzberger & Sons
Co., 41st and Hermitage av., caused
$4,000 damage. Cause unknown.
Pete'r Necenieck, W. Hammond, ar
rested with 2 eeese in bae: fined S25.
Daniel Lipman, poolroom owner at
1007 S. Paulina, shot in leg during-
fight. Fred Grossman, 328 S. Pan
Una, and Dan Greenberg, 2338 N.
Hamlin, av., locked up. Deny shoot
ing. Abraham McMasters, Crete, III., in
ventor, indicted. Sent improper let
ters to young girls, charge.
Bureau of electrical inspection gave
banquet to V. H. Tousley, chief, at
Andrew Petersen, carpenter, Blue
Island, fell 20 feet while working on
new grain elevavtor. Dead.
Mrs. Edith Harnstrom, 914 Cres
cent pi., suing for divorce. Cruelty
Thos. Balsch, 234 W. 24th pi., held
up by two armed men at Monroe and
Seeley. Lost $29.
Wm. Hartigan, 1805 Elburn, ap
pointed sup't of west side free em
ployment agency by Gov. Dunne.
Albert Grabow, contractor, 1910S.
Wood, missing with $200 on person.
Wife fears violence.
Glesner Douglass, colored, 3743
Rhodes av., fell dead in I. C. train
at 43d. Heart disease.
URGE MORE PAY TO POLICE
More pay for the 'police to purify
the department was the subject of a
talk given by the Rev. Phillip Yar
row, pres. of the Young People's Civic
League, to the delegates of the Chi
cago convention of the Norwegian
Danish Epworth League in Emmaus
Church, Hirsch av. and 41st ct., last
"The pay for the average police
man in Chicago is a disgrace to the
community," he said. "Economic ne
cessity has been the temptation for
many a policeman to hold out his
hand for graft. They should be ade
quately paid and the department
freed from politics."
BERKMAN SPEAKS TONIGHT
. .Alexander Berkman, noted anar
chist, will lecture at Hodcarriers
hall, Harrison and Green, tonight at
8 p. m., on "The 'Psychology of
Crimes and Prisons,"
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