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to raise money to pay for jewelry lie
was supposed to have. Judge said his
court was safest place in world for
Jacob Abelson suing Rob't Rosen
thal for $10,000. Charges libel, says
Mrs. Caroline Roundy, 2622 Mont
clare av., bruised when struck by
auto of H. I. Baer, 5246 South Park
av., at Adams and Dearborn.
Dr. Perry Prentis, head of U. S. em
ployment agency, received call for
basket-making industry at Burling
ton, la. Wages $2 a day and up.
Alleged gambling joint in Imperial
bldg., 325 N. Clark st., raided. 11 ar
rested. Seven well-known pickpockets be
ing held at detective bureau. Vic
tims invited to visit and try to identify
Dr. Paul Brandt arrested when he
was about to marry Augusta Miller
and go to Texas, leaving his two chil
dren here. Sent to jail.
Custave Bialias, 8734 Saginaw av.,
didn't like corned beef and cabbage
supper and started to wreck home.
Arrested. Fined $200. Paroled.
Open verdict reached by coroner's
jury who probed death of Geo. Rob
erts, 5314 University av., found in
Eugene Jackonson, 1102 W. 59th,
started to give free exhibit of his
acrobatic prowess in street Failed
to stand on head. Arrested.
Police continue to search for rel
atives of Mary Meliesruties", 15 who
died in hospital from gangrene of
Police still searching for mysteri
ous man who attacks women in lone
ly sections of Englewood.
Arthur Holt, former employe of
Wells-Fargo Express Co., charged
with embezzling $145 from company.
Licenses of 2 saloons and poolroom
revoked by Mayor Harrison as term
draws to close.
Frank Laspowski crushed to death
when he attempted to pull boardNfrom
beneath pQe of sheet iron in boiler
plant of John Mohr & Sons, South
Albert Daliege. 3322 S. Robey, ex
onerated by coroner's jury for killing
Policeman Fred Huebner in argument
over dog. Self defense.
Body of man believed to be John
Fournier, 64, 210 E 46th, found on
bench in Waldheim cemetery. Sup
posed heart disease
Thre fires laid to pyromaniac on
North Side. Police searching for him.
Latest in flat building at Montrose
and Sheridan road.
Mrs. E. N. Marx, former follower
of Ottoman Hanish of the Mandazan
cult wants $5,750 which she gave to
him to invest, returned.
Mrs. Frank Lay, former wife of
sec'y of Nat'l Life Insurance Co.,
wants alimony increased from $300
to $500 a month.
Health Com'n Young issues warn
ing to parents and school teachers
against spread of measles. 2,485
cases reported since April 1.
Dis't Att'y Clyne to head prosecu
tions against 40 persons alleged to
have committed perjury in filing civil
FIGHTS LEGISLATURE CLOSE
Whatis believed to be an attempt
on the part of the manufacturers to
kill the labor and utilities home rule
bills in the state legislature was at
tacked spiritedly by Medill McCor
mick of Chicago at Springfield yes
terday. He is trying to prevent a sine
die adjournment before June 20.
He believes that an effort will be
made to adjourn before the bills
which hit big business will be called ,
for a vote, and issued a protest ,
against such action. McCormick is ,
going to start a movement to force ,
an agreement with the opponents of
these bills that they will be called t
during this session.
New Haven, Conn. Religious cen-
sus of Yale's seniors shows one ath- j
eist, one heathen and 249 Christians.