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fire. Say real Mrs. O'Leary died 20
Taylor E. Brown, att'y, elected
president of Business Men's Prosper
Jake Bowman, 7430 Green st., ar
rested while selling auto tires, bit de
tective's thumb at patrol box. Es
caped. Frederick Brann, conductor, 6230
May St., held up and robbed of $27.35
in cash container while passirfg un
der Alton elevation near Archer.
Mrs. Amelia Osmundson. 2419 W.
Monroeriost pocketbook to negro
snatcher. Police caught Richard
Whitmore, 217 N. Campbell av. De
Henry Meisner, 14, 335 N. Clare
mont av., broke leg in wrestling bout
in playgrounds of Malachy's school,
Washington blvd and Oakley.
Set of false teeth found in cell 13
of Chicago av. police station. Be
A. Bondano, 704 N. La Salle, held
up at Chestnut and State when two
men ordered him into alley and took
Federal Judge Landis ordered ex
amination of George Lichtenstein,
Kansas City, Mo., alleged runaway
bankrupt, caught here.
Louis Hei and Monte Carlo got five
years in federal prison before Judge
Landis for preparing opium. Lee Hin
and Edward McArthur fined $10,000.
Michael Ritszhiski, 4509 S. Paulina,
hit on head with pool cue in saloon
brawl at 3442 S. Morgan.- May die.
Albert Gualano, att'y,- to talk on
"Policy of Italy in War" at North
west Side Comm'l club, today.
William Marshall and John Red
mond sentenced from one year to
life in penitentiary as robbers and
gun-toters. Pelad guilty.
Jean J. Medinger, 2725 Ellis av.,
discharged when arraigned for im
personating policeman. Was hunt
ing heiress, story.
Grace Gilliam, Kenosha dressmak
er, accused of arson, unable to ap
pear in courtroom. Carried to court
house in auto. Judge held court in
Accidental death verdict of coron
er's jury in case of death of Mrs.
Grace van Wedelstaedt, 500 E. Hyde
John Laughman. 72 Walton pi., ar
rested when Serg't Yancey of Max
well st. station said he kicked him in
Hull House riot, took jury trial.
Charles Aiken, patrolman, W. Chi
cago av. station, fined ten days' pay
by trial board for leaving station
while on reserve.
Woman believed to be Mrs. Ber
nice Law, 2815 Wilcox av., shot self
in left side at Lincoln and Harrison
last night. Serious condition.
Michael J. Campion, 20, 1234 N.
Clark, took poison in Grand Pacific
hotel. Iroquois hospital
Michael Tauber, auctioneer sales
man of alarm clocks damaged by salt
water, freed. Tauber proved he ad
vertised clocks were damaged.
Joseph Rush sent daughter Anna
to Juvenile home to keep her away
from George Hides. Released 6
months ago and married him. Hides
yesterday arrested for wife abandon
ment. South Park board considering bids
for supplies found electric bids all
about the same figure. Referred to
SEEK PEACE IN MEXICO
Washington, Jan. 21. New peace
parleys are in prospec tin Mexico.
Villista agents today had before them
word from Provisional President Gar
za proposing a truce, with the neu
tralization of Mexico City pending
outcome of further peace negotia
tions. Garza's proposition is now up to
his predecessor, Gutierrez, and today
it was expected, it would be sug
gested to Carranza.
Villista agents denied that Villa in
tends to establish a northern repub
lic On the contrary they suggest
ed that he will soon conquer all fac
tions and pacify the entire republic,