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tempt to pass bad check. "Took five
men to hlild'him until detectives
Store of Valentine Rothermel, 24th
and Princeton av. raided by holdups.
Locked several in ice box and took
Evanston city council passed an
nual budget Appropriations $414,
000. William Dyer, 15, Evanston, and
William Dawe, 16, Wilmette, missing.
May .have hun away.
Edward Mueller, 4701 N. Winthrop
av., sentenced to year in Bridewell on
complaint of thjrd wife, Elsie. Abon
Aroused by burglar alarm, Frank
Powyszenski, 1713 W. Chicago av.,
shot intruder in face with buck shot
vLouis Lass,, 220 N Lowell av., in hos
pital. May die.
, Fred Marhoefer, 5800 Justine, ar
rested for selling oleomargarine for
Leonard Potosynski, 2, 1538 Mc
Henry st, killed by fall into pan of
scalding water. ,
, Estate of John Duncan, sec. Hollis
, Duncan Paper Co., filed for proba.
tion. Over $190,500 left
Mrs. Bernice Law Friedland, cab
aret singer, win recover from bullet
wound self inflicted after.quarrel with
- Dr, Richard Jentsch, 12 N. Western
av., arrested by federal authorities for
f misuse of mail Sent things prohib
ited. Mrs. Bessise Aberrrian,-1353 N.
Campbell av., dead, and baby, Hose,
j ' 6 mo. old, may die, as result of explo
sion of stove polish.
Hugh Houlihan, lockup keeper at
Lawndale av., police station, bitten on
hand by pet catt Its head will be sent
to city chemist for examination.
"Speeding auto is as deadly a weap
v on as gun or knife." Prosecutor M
t late In trial of George Tellef , 3607 N.
'Kildare av., who killed Policeman
John Prendergast with auto.
I Fred Kowitz, 19, Milwaukee, pupil
of River Forest Luthern Teachers
College, removed to isolation hospital.
Small pox. Fifty quarantined.
Alex Bitakis, 531 S. Clark, fined
$100 and costs by Judge Caverly. Car
ried loaded gun.
State inspectors and stockroisers
start bitter court fight over slaughter
ing of animals infected with foot and
r vim I
"After spending last summer abroad
sketching the peaceful landscapes of
France, the war must be a terrible
blow to you?"
"Why you won't be able to sell such
"Oh, I sell them aright along
after painting in a few bayonet
New York. 49 years on the New
York police force with never a day
off on sick leave is the record of Jones
G. Grant, 69, who retired today.
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