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tried to run' him down In 'auto in
which she was riding with another
man. 'Discharged.. '
"Frank H. Cottingham, mail carrier,
arrested for stealing from letters.
Held on $i;000 bonds.
T, Fl Murphy of census dept, to
begin census of manufacturers.
Government, represented by Dis't
Att'y Clyne, to compel Metropolitan
"L." Co. to remove it's bridge near
Van Buren st
John Fitzmaurice, Peru, Ind., posed
as Mayor Harrison's sec'y and fleeced
Texas farmer of $50 in card game.
"William Faeder, Pitsburg, charged
with annoying actress behind scenes
In Garrick theater, fined $10 by
L. Harry Freeman, packer and song
writer, celebrated birthday. Age un
known to friends.
Sugar advanced c pound in last
few days. Granulated sells at 5.73
cents pound wholesale. Poor crops
in Cuba.is report r r
- No p6ison found in stomach of
.Henry Mueller, 2611 Magnolia av.,
according to report of coroner's
chemist Mueller died suddenly of
Horse drawing wagon of Ofivet
Monument Co. ran away. Jumped
into rear platforni of Irving Park
blvd. car. Np one hurt '
William Sweeney and Leslie Mc-(
Donald, arrested with 8 others in raid
on rooming house at 688 N, Clark,
fined $100. 8 others in Bridewell
hospital suffering from morphine
poison. Dope fiends.
'Two negroes held up E. C. Morris,
ticket agent of Kildare station of Gar
field "L." Got $7, Morris offered
them his watch and money. Refused
it Wanted company's money.
Street car hit 5-ton truck at Leavitt
'.and Fullerton, hurling it into 2-story
brick building. John Sawinsky, own
er, Insists that property was moved
sevf ral inches.
Peter Witte, Evanston, told police
Of bullet which ame through win-,
tiow.' Police learned neighoors were
firing at cats.
Mrs. G. W. SummervHIe, 3626 S.
Halsted, had purse containing $.6
snatched by 2 young men.
Mrs. Lena Simchen, 69, 4811 Gun
nison, died without medical attention.
Refused services of physician.
Frederick Matters, 943 Hyde Park
blvd., who died Jan. 4 under doubtfuh
circumstances, was victim of heart
disease, coroner's jury decided. ,
Chester .Powers, Janitor, identified
by Miss Bessie Hogan, 4409 Berkley
av., as 2 a. m. intruder. Held.
Mrs. Anna B. Walk, 6337 St. Law
rence av., who tpld police robbery
story and then pawned roomer's jew
elry, held to grand jury.
John Pierce, 74, 3510 Indiana av.,
arrested at 49th and Blackstone av.
on complaint of Mrs, Helen Reynold,
4968 Blackstone av., ' '
Adolph Mack, 9130 Baltimore av.,
came home Sat night with stew on,
according to wife. Broke furniture.
Six months on probation.
Apartments of Mary L. Dutton,
5528 Everett av., entered by man
through ice box in wall. Over $200
Clarence Stickle, 2029 Washburne
av., suicided because divorce pro
ceedings Instituted by wife were, com
ing up In few days. Gas
Lauretta McGinnis, 18, 3121 Doug
las blvd., searching for $5,000 which
her insane mother disposed of re
cently. Believed, she gave it away.
Stanley Kostler, 39y7 Dfversey av.,
out of work. Jumped from second
story of home. Dead.
Coroner investigating death of
Grand Greenwood, 7111iorel av., who
died at home following meal of frank
furters in downtown restaurant.
Joshua French, 70, killed and J. C.
St. John badly injured when Halsted
st car jumped switch at Root st Con
ductor holding switch open had arm
Winnetka and Glencoe administra
tions to get together and settle bor
der dispute. People living on Jbouo