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With pay. Hero of several rescues.
Police patrol called to 6502 S.
Loomis. Neighbor played joke on
Mrs. M. Senico, who was giving pa
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Mrs. Theodore Sheldon, 38 Bellevue
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Chicagoj Hebrews asked to buy
large quantities of Palestine oranges
to help their 'suffering countrymen
whose markets have been cut off by
Andrew Pyavowck's wedding yes
terday at 8901 Escanaba av. broke up
in fight Michael Ryzek hit John Cio
on head with poker. Ceremony to
day. Judge La Buy said he would
fine future disturbers $200.
Irving Huehner, 3629 S. Hamilton
av., exonerated in connection with
death of Samuel Trux, 26. 1132 S.
Clinton, who he struck and killed
with auto belonging to Chicago Sur
face Lines. Railway attorney pres
ent at inquest. '
Chicago clubwomen horrified at
report that New York- women are
going to open barroom for exclusive
use of their sex.
Guy Bates Post filed answer to di
vorce suit filed by wife. Mrs. Post
wants divorce on ground that divorce
papers from former husband were
not signed until 2 months after latter
Dr. George Fosberg, who attended
Mrs. Maud Day after she had at
tempted to take her life, said she had
recovered, but killed herself by auto
suggestion. Repeatedly said she did
not want to live.
Albert Chase arrested while break
ing into saloon of Kleutgen & Mat
ern, 4700 Wentworth av. Said he
only wanted a drink.
Henry Westphal held to grand jury
for working con game. Hired men
after they gave security and then
George Rucker, negro, former serv
ant of Sec'y of War Dickinson, dis-
charged on charge of robbery. Dick
inson sent money to aid Rucker.
George Jefferson, chauffeur for
L. H. Herbert, pres. Melting Pot Sales
Promotion Service, arrested 3 times
for speeding. Fined $200 and sent to
Jacob Gruener shot and severely
wounded by William Richardson in
Hannah & Hogg's saloon. Richard
son claimed Gruener made insulting
Mounted Policeman Petzler, Town
Hall station, stopped runaway in
front of Nettlehorst school. Saved
Married 2 weeks, Mrs. William
Muntges, 1008 Chicago av., had hus
band arrested. Said he gave her 15
cents to spend. Case continued.
Health Com'r Young wants ordin
ance passed which will compel doc
tors and midwives to report birth im
mediately to his office. Claims death
rate would be reduced.
Charles Nordman, engineer for
Chicago Junction railroad, crushed
to death by "L" train at Ellis av. Was
talking to woman on platform.
Charles Hill, negro, confessed rob
ber, held to grand jury on $60,000
bonds by Judge Fisher.
10,000 laborers being examined by
civil service for jobs.
All examination papers of North
western "U." students have sticker
saying taht the student did not "crib."
Prof. Henry Lord Wheeler, Yale,
left $975,000 in will.
Victor Olander, Edward Cooley
and Ella Flagg Young to speak on vo
cational education at Orchestra hall
Wife of Frank McAvoy, cabaret
singer, to file suit seeking to anul
marriage. Is daughter of Arnold
Tripp, attoiney. McAvoy to fight
Judge Baldwin entered order re
straining city of Chicago Heights
from paying salary to magistrate and
Mrs. Elmer Gooch, 3341 N. West
ern av had her husband arrested for