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Ing by Chicago Gardens Ass'n at Hull
Many Medals of Warren Wood,
former western golf champion, stolen
by burglar. -- ..
Albert Johnson, 4134 W. North av.,
shot by stepson, Willard Nelson, dur
ing dinner table argument i
W. D. Kearfott arrested on two
larceny warrants as he came from
Arthur Burnham, real estate deal
er, 192 N. Dearborn, arrested on
charge of passing "bum" checks.
Two burglars vfsited three Oak
Park homes, near Forest and Oak
Park avs. No loot. Frightened away.
Felix Klimaszewski, 8221 Mar
quette av., held up and robbed.
$2.25. Three negroes.
Three young men wanted in St.
Louis for robbery, arrested as they
stepped off1 Wabash train.
MAN HELD ON STORIES TOLD BY
The stories of Rose and Lillian
Lass, 18 and 16 years old, caused the
arrest of Frank Gramegna by Police
women Mary Riley and Anna Schu
mann at the Polk st. depot last night.
The girls told the policewomen that
he lured them from Milwaukee and
intended to place them in a disorder
ly house in this city. They arrived
from Milwaukee last night in the
company of Alexander Poreda. Po
reda told his suspicions to a police
man and the arrests were made. He
is being held as a witness.
-PLASTERERS HOLD STRIKE
MEET NO MILK STRIKE
Journeymen plasterers will meet
tonight to discuss the ultimatum of
the plastering contractors who gave
the union men till tomorrow to re
turn to work or be locked out The
plasterers went on strike because the
lathers were locked out.
Sheet metal contractors will meet
to discuss the lockout of the sheet
metal workers, which was ordered by
the executive committee oLthe Build-1
ing Construction Employers' ass'n.
The contractors are under bond to
obey the rulings of the committee and
yet have another agreement with the
union which prevents outside con
tractors from entering Chicago. They
-are undecided which agreement to
Threats of a lockout by the Milk
Dealers' ass'n ceased suddenly when,
the association granted the Milk Wa
gon Drivers' union their demand for a
two weeks' vacation each year. A
cttnlro "hoc tioon ovorfor? anrl fliA rina
of milk will not eo un. . i
ANOTHER GERMAN CRUISEI
DOCKS IN U. S. FOR REPAIRS
Newport News, Va. Navy ard
Doara or survey Degan toaay examm
auon or convertea uernian cruiser
Kronprinz Wilhelm to determine
whether her commander's claim that
she needs repairs are well founded.
Expected they will report her in even
worse condition than her sister raid
er, Prinz Eitel Friedrich, now interned
Commander Thierfeldt of the Kron
prinz was believed certain to follow
example of the Eitel's commander
and, if granted time, make repairs,
although there js not a doubt that
he was ordered Here to save his ves
sel. If he can delay announcement
to that effect for 30 days, however, he
will be able to keep Anglo-French"
squaaron nanging aoout capes in
stead of watching other coast points
for German shipping".
Berlin. New French attempt to
crush German wedge between Meuse
and Moselle has been defeated with
enormous losses. French losses in
last week's fighting in this region va
riously estimated between 15,000 and
SCENTED "FOWL" PLAY
New York. Mrs. Joseph Guy saw
a mysterious man and woman drop a
package from the rail of a ferry boat
Volunteer crime detectors dragged
the river and found a dead roosters
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