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indicted for murder of Thomas Pat
terson, station agent, Hillside, 111.
Mrs. C. Weise, 1525 Greenwood av.,
complained to Evanston police that
she had been attacked by dog of C.
E.' Corey, 1421 Eleanor pi.
Wm. Bell, 1559 Sherman av.; John
"Wynn, 906 Church st, and Miss P.
Stoff, 1616 Sherman av., Evanston,
arrested for failure to comply with
Rob't Klein, 1719 Mohawk, and
John Young, 2422 Rhine, held to
grand jury for holdup of Sam Seigel,
1423 N. Leavitt.
A. G. Olsen, indicted in Texas for
alleged quack mail medical fraud, to
leave for Texas today with federal
Case of Jessie Cope, indicted for at
tempted bribery in Mann act pro
ceedings against CoL -Chas. Alex
ander of R. I., up today.
Nathan Strauss, former Quincy,
BL, jeweler, dead from heart disease
in New Morrison hotel. Wife died
three weeks ago.
Check for $34,255 from Peoples
Gas Light and Coke Co., 'in city
treasury, represents 5 per cent of re
ceipts from sale of gas during past
" "Jerome Nannini, owner of hay and
grain store" at 1147 Larabee, got note
warning him of holdup. Store rob
bed of $43 at gun point last night
Coroner's jury .exonerated Mrs. Bes
sie Sullivan, 1152 W. Van Buren, for
shooting of Thomas Kennedy. Self
defense. James McCann, 1002 W. Kinzie st.,
seht'to Bridewell for six months for
nOn-support of children.
"Sverre Johnson, 3422 N. Central
Park av., driver, thrown from wagon
and hurt in collision with car in front
of '826 N. Clark.
Nine families driven from flat
building next door to fire in plant of
Gatidiana Paper Co., 757 W. Taylor.
John W. Haley re-elected business
agent' of Lime, Stone and Cement
Teamsters' union, although indicted
by federal grand jury for alleged in
terstate commerce violations.
Simeon Newhal!, eldest son, asking
for conservator over estate of father,
Franklin Newhall; worth $750,000.
Lane. Technical school overcrowd
ed. Attendance daily 1,850; evening,
4,500. Only 864 regular seats.
Att's Robert Cantwell arrested on
disorderly warrant George Balalis,
744 Blue Island av., complained to
police of beating.
Charles W. Krick, real estate deal
er, 1373 E. 55th, sued for $2,000 Mrs.
Sorina Johnson claims to have in
vested in bum mining stock.
Mrs. H. A. Canfield, Coal City, III;
claims to be relative of William Lee,
who died in Jury, leaving estate of
Wirey You may expect a letter
from me every day while I am gone.
"Hubby But say, look here, I
thought I gave you money enough to
last you until you come back!