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Paulina. Got $500 worth of instru
ments. Matilda Tietz, 63, 1859 N. Halsted,
ignited dress with match. Lighting
gas stove. Dead.
James M. Kralovec, real estate
man, before Judge Sabath denied
charges preferred by servant girl.
Hubert F. Miller, business manager
Chicago Ass'n Commerce, ill. Oper
ated on for growth in throat.
Samuel Alschuler selected as third
member of board to pass on damage
to property in building of new Union
Policeman Thomas Cilligan, new
cop, rescued May O'Brien, 3, from
runaway at Lexington, and Crawford
av. Stopped horses.
"Forty Club" to give "water wagon"
dinner at Hotel La Salle. Jan. 21.
Oratory and music promised.
Mrs. Beatrice Graham restrained
by court order from finishing flat
building started at 1162 Albion av.
Against land restrictions.
Charitable old clothes shop open in
Wilmette for week, without custom
ers or stock. Asking donations.
Att'y Lewis Dickenson, Rob't Ma
lone and Frank McMahon sentenced
to penitentiary for perjury on stand
in trial of John P. Cummings, accused
Will of Sarah McEwing, 2931 War
ren av., drawn up 34 years ago, filed
for probation. $21,000 goes to hus
Howard Bokenkamp, Burlington,
la., arrested on worthless check
charge by postal authorities.
Evanston city council added red
tape to building code in attempt to
prevent building of flats in suburb.
Woman registered in Exchange
hotel, 22 E. Van Buren, as Mrs. Rob't
Ambrose found dead in bed. Mar
with her held.
Simon Yondorf, head of firm bear
ing name at 137 N. Dearborn, killed
when 'auto was hit by cars at Clark
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fence av., identified as man who cut I
hair from head of Florence Severa,
14, 4128 Calumet av., in strange
Julius Smietanka. collector of in
ternal revenue, warned Chicagoans
with income over $3,000 to file return
for income tax.
Corporation counsel's office prepar
ing bill to give firemen and policemen
raise in grade and pay for bravery.
Everett O. Beach, 6316 Ingleside
av., held to grand jury on $7,000
bonds for passing bad checks on
Woodlawn business men.
OHIO AUTO SHOW HAS WOMEN
Cleveland, O., Jan. 15. Women
automobile demonstrators made
their first appearance in Cleveland at
the annual automobile show which
opened here today. The women drove
and demonstrated cars for prospec
tive women purchasers.
Nearly every brand of car made in
United States was on exhibit Local
dealers blamed the European war for
the almost total absence of foreign
WHAT'S THE MATTER, ROY?
Evansville, Ind., Jan. 15. Roy Sin
gleton, 16, fell from second-story
window. Broke arm. Said he wa3
trying to avoid kisses of persistent
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