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Identified by people robbed. Bonds
Anna German, 19, who says she
lives at 847 W. 54th, arrested for al
leged thefts from department store
of C. 0. Cohen, 6341 S. Halsted.
Sam Chung3201 Indiana av., rob
bed of $50 and watch by two men at
29th and Indiana av.
Joseph Thomas beaten and robbed
at North and Park avs. Two men got
Mrs. Bessie Peterson and grand
daughter Elizabeth, 2, overcome by
gas from stove in kitchen at 709 As
bury av. Child played with stove.
Aid. Frank Cazolo, ill at home, bet
ter, says Dr. Geo. A, Buffenmeyer.
Patrick Carcani, 1857 Vernon Park
pi., tried to collect $2 debt from John
Papieno, 612 S. Sangamon. Shot in
arm. Police seeking Papieno.
Morris Siberman, 1721 Washburne
av., held by police. Geo. Georgacckis,
1552 W. 12th, complained of a bum
Jacob Cushen, 1535 McHenry, beat
en and robbed in front of 2658 Wal
nut. Lost $15.
Michael Guccione, 3, 1243 W. Jack
son blvd., fell into tub of scalding
Ben Pawlukvitch, 1229 S. Union
av., locked in ice box of butcher shop.
Eobbers got $55.
Two boys started away,wjth wagon
containing $1,500 In cigarets- owned
by Kopantais & Co., 711 S. Halsted.
Abandoned loot when chased by po
lice. Escaped. "
Frank Shaefer fined $100 and costs
as fake beggar. Used court plaster
Helert Schott, 16, 403 W. 63d, miss
ing since Oct 15. May be runaway.
Margaret Wiggins, 3834 Calumet
av., stopped by two men at 38th and
Calumet av. Man struck her and took
pocketbook containing $4.
Mrs. Helen Busse, 1938 Ballou, lost
$500 to pickpockets in loop depart
Improper statement by prosecutor
before jury caused case against
iMary Doane, arrested-as keeper ot
disorderly house at 210 E. Ohio, to
be reset for trial with new jury.
James Henley held up by two
armed men in restaurant at 743 S.
Papers in government's suit to re
strict use of lake water in Chicago
river filed. Sanitary board must
answer in month.
Ronald White and James-Kilbridge,
custom house brokers, on trial, ac
cused of neglecting to return over
duty. May lose license.
Walter M. Fisher in court says
wife's suit for divorce caused loss of )
$15,000 job as manager of Cadillac
Auto. Co. ,
Phillip ,Garcia, Mexican, arrested
for unwelcome attentions toward
Grayce Croucher, Oak Park, fined
$25 and costs. T
New emergency sewing room for
jobless women opened at Chase
House Settlement, 503 W. 43d.
Wm. Sipchen, 361 N. Avers av., re
ported to .police loss of $40 to holdup
njen. Later admitted spending,
Richard Olson, 220 E. 56th, held up
near home. $1 and dollar watch. .
isthmus neutrality rules
not being Violated
Washington Dec. 18. Sec'y of
War Garrison in a statement clearing
up the Panama canal zone neutral
ity situation ammounced receipt of,ao
cablegram frjom Gov. Goethals stat-4
ing that, excepting for reports of the
misuse of wireless, no neutrality, rule
of the isthmus is known to have been
violated thus far. His chief , purpose
in asking for warships was for in
vestigation of suspected violations.
DEBS TO SPEAK HERE
Eugene V. Debs, the noted Socialist
leader, will deliver "A Revolutionary,
'Sermon" at the Oak theater, Armi
tage and Western, near Milwaukee;
before the Sunday Morning, club on.
I Dec. 20, at 11 a. m. ' -