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t School. Mayor Polcow of Gliicago
Ridge said he would not prosecute
because it wasf done "in fun."
Smoking cars will be added to all
Ravenswood and Kenwood trains in
few days, said C. E. Patten, special
agent of "L" roads.
f Man who called Peter Reinberg
"Pete" swindled his secretary, Harry
Young, out of $5. Went for change;
failed to return.
Adolph Premer, 172 N. Clark, ar
rested at ,."con" man on complaint
of several saloonkeepers. Said was
abent of brewery: tobk deposits on
large whisky sales.
Suit for $50,000 filed against
builders of new Stevens building.
E. G. Lindquist, north side jeweler,
claims to have been hit' by tile from
roof while building was going up.
Franz Hamburger, 155 W. Huron,
fined $5. Slapped Mrs. Mary Schus
ter, neighbor, when she quarreled
with him over stray chickens.
Clinton Harperman, 1252 N. State,
arrested for stealing $75 diamond
ring while visiting young woman in
home of Mrs. Helen Merriam, 4051
S. Michigan av. Case continued.
Requiem high mass celebrated in
Holy Name cathedral in memory of
Fire Marshal James Horan and men
who were killed in stockyards fire
four years ago.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity in
convention decided to 'subject all ac
tive members to medical exam every
Finance committee and .City Elec
trician Palmer argued oyer upkeep of
33 autos used by city electricians.
Yearly upkeep per auto, $1,368; cost
of auto new, $390.
Iroquois Memorial Ass'n to hold
memorial meeting Wednesday, Dec.
30, in Iroquois Memorial hospital.
Mrs. Christina Kirchoff, 4705 Mil
waukee av., sole beneficiary in $35,
000 will of husband as long as she
Louis Israel sentenced to ten days
in jail by Judge Petit. Tried to give
money to bailiff in charge of jury try
ing brother, Isaac Isaac found-
guilty of buying stolen, property. , 1
Twenty took exams for job as die
tition in County hospital. Pays $150
a month. n
Old People's Home beat suit 'for
$71,900. Seth Wadhams, in 1888,
gave home $30,000 to build with. In-
vested money instead. Suit filed to
return money to estate.
Alice Wadsworth, 344 W. 64th,
well-known writer, married to S. P.
Beggs, Paterson, N. J., eastern news
Fire from spontaneous combusion
threatened new Hotel Kaiserhof.
Loss $20,000. To have been opened
Fire in flat building at 4910 Indiana
av. gave tenants too much heat. Six
families ousted into cold. Big dam
age. George Eldred got verdict of $9,500
against William Colvin, broker. Says
Colvin invested money against his
wishes in bum mining stock. v
Inez Levy, 19, 4628 Champlain av.,
rescued from blaze in home by Fire
man Chas. P. Roeder, Co. No. 45.
Carried to street through smoke.
Two men .entered farm house of
Fred C. Holstein near Shermanville,
HI. Frightened away with two
watches as loot.
Joe Cantt, arrested here for mur
der of brother Frank in 1892, acquit
ted in Pittsburg. '
Marion F. Moggs, sued for $15,000
by Walter E. Farnum for alienating
love of wife, says Farnum and wife
were not living together when he
Mrs. Katherine Spring, 5155 Lako
St., shot by Mrs. 'Elizabeth Porter: .
Mrs. Porter says she took husband's B
love. Gave self up to police. Mrs.
Spring may die.
Japanned tea trays should not be
washed in hot water. If greasy, a
little flour rubbed on wjjth a bit of
soft linen will give them a new lookj
if they are scratched, rub over a little .
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