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sawed off shotgun in front of broth
er's meat market at 518 Hobbie. No
Mrs. James McShane, 1340 E. 48th,
arrested for leaving auto standing in
loop for 3 hours, said it was delight
ful experience. Released on bonds.
J. Striker, University club employe,
fined $100 on complaint of Mrs. Cath
erine Smith, 158 Le Claire av. Said
he called up several times and tried
to make "date."
Leo S. Friedman. 116 S. Michigan
av., acquitted on larceny charge of
Thelma Belyea, actress. Claimed he
took clothes from hotel room.
Fire Marshall O'Connor, received
$50 check from Hibbard, Spencer &
Bartlett Co. Annual pension fund
Supreme court to hear cafe danc
ing cases if Judge Courtney decides
against cafe owners. Cases up Feb.
III. Institute of Accountants held
meeting in Franklin hall, 19 W.
Sam Negoldrich given permission.!
ty Dr. L. Matthei, 2002 Canalport av.,
to sleep in hall. Negoldrich wanted
to sleep in bed. Rang bell for hour.
Western Indiana passenger train
struck and killed unidentified man at
79th st. Train did not stop.
Petition seeking annexation of
Clearing to Chicago filed in County
court. Signed by third of village
voters. To be voted on in Clearing
on Apr. 20 and in Chicago on Apr. 6.
Woodlawn boys rifled freight car
loaded with candy in Lake Shore
freight yards, 3 boys arrested. Candy
worth $1,500 gone.
Mrs. Anna Walk, 6357 St. Law
rence av., divorced wife of Chas.
Walk, Chinaman, arrested for steal
ing diamond ring from boarder's
Frank Vasicek, 2340 S. Homan, no
tified that he inherited $75,000 estate
left by uncle who died in Milwaukee.
Committee from Chicago Woman's
pud other clubs protest against lock
ed door policy of county board
finance committee, which is making
Grave of Henry Bosch, Evanston
butcher, to be opened today. Friends
say he was not buried.
Mrs. Havelock Ellis says she
preaches decency, not dirt, and that
her lectures are for broad-minded
people, not prudes.
Jury to deliberate on murder case
of Father Mullen tonight, priest ac
cused of murder of Thomas Patter
son, I. C. conductor at Hillside, 111.
GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE BOOST
Women suffragists are counting on
the influence of Gov. George W.
Clarke to help them win the ballot
in Iowa in 1916.
In his biennial message to the leg
islature recently Gov. Clarke urged
the adoption of the resolution sub
mitting the suffrage question to the
If the resolution is adopted by the
legislature the people will vote on it
Let's hope none but the Dutch will
capture Holland. .