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Mayor Busse be held until legal fight
over estate is settled.
Suit of Carl Wolf for $50,000
against Dr. L. E. Zins, 183 N. Clark,
for improper medical treatment dis
missed. Reason unknown. '
John A. Dietz, in 11th infantry for
13 years, now an inmate at Oak For
est infirmary, admitted to soldiers'
home in Washington.
Fire destroyed home of Z. A. C.
Schwab, Highland Park. Live wire
Frank Colgo, Gross Point, drew
$800 from bank Christinas eve. Dis
appeared. Left wife and three small
Frank Martniovic, 11759 Burley av.,
became "too happy." Shot holes in
saloon door at 11767 Brandon av. $5
V. J. Miller, arrested for forging
money order for $35, held on $1,000
'bonds by U. S. commissioner. Con
fessed, authorities say.
Palm Grove Plantation Co. filed
voluntary bankruptcy petition. As
sets $283,189.50; liabilities $149,
Central Trust Co. of Illinois ap
pointed receiver for Brothers & Co.,
hat makers. Assets $50,000, liabil
Thirteen milk dealers fined for
adulterating cream with gelatin to
make it look richer. State Food Com
missioner Scott prosecuted.
Policemen Geo. F. O'Connor, 7044
Loomis.'and Albert Litzinger, 2734 W.
39th, fired for conduct ..unbecoming
to an officer.
Louise Beach, 1248 Leland av., do
mestic, arrested for alleged annoy
ance to Giles P. Cony, 4335 Clifton
av.,. freed. Cony failed to appear.
J7 W. Sullivan, printer, River For
est, died suddenly while passing
through Oak Park on "L" train.
John Murphy, 70, 11132 Forest av.,
fell from 2d-story window of home
while affected by delusionsi Dead.
Eighty-six men on pay roll of
South Chicago police station. Forty-
six are "drys." Expect more drys
on Jan. 1.
Mrs. Loretto Brown, trained nurse,
546 E. 36feh, dead after alleged sui
cide attempt with poison. Despon
dent Council crime committee asked
that finance committee allow money
for shelter house for women, farm
colony and extension of psychopathic
Nicholas Patkowski arrested at 3
a. m., Wednesday, in music store of
David Kinsky, 116 S. Halsted.
Mrs. Mary Kedites. 1453 S. Halsted,
started fire with oiL Husband, room
er and self badly burned. House dam
aged. Hyman Kronson, barber, 1115 Pau
lina, held up by man with big whisk
ers. Lost $9. Later identified man
as Jacob Weinberg, disguised, tenant
Men from universities of Chicago,
Illinois, Northwestern and Wiscon
sin met in Evanston to form dramatic
fraternity in schools.
Central Eleanor club to be opened
in new Stevens building, Friday. Over
3,000 invited to reception.
Memorial service to late Rev.
Patrick Riordan to be held in St Eliz
abeth's church, 4lst and Wabash av.,
10 a. m., Friday.
George1 Cook, deputy bailiff Des
plaines street court, has license to
peddle papers, issued in 1870. To
sell again for charity.
Smallpox quarantine lifted from
Zion City. Zionites to hold all-night
meeting in Shiloh tabernacle tonight
"City will be quiet tonight." Pre
diction of Mayor Harrison. Munic
ipal dances to rival loop revels.
Illinors Women's Press ass'n to
bring Christmas gifts and other
articles to big "swapping bee" in
Stevens building, Jan. 7. To trade
City of Joliet "broke." Will be sol
vent when $136,000 in saloon licenses
are. collected Jan. 1.
Seventeen members of Borrowed
Time club, composed of settlers of