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Storen and aids accused by "burglar '
Body of Thomas Field, 65, found in
Desplaines river. Despondent over
William Martin, 1124 W. Huron st,
arrested on complaint of Dr. A. D.
Bevan in Gas bldg. as pickpocket.
Isador Paul, 4, 726 E. 45th st., badly
hurt by auto of Dr. V. S. Franken
stein, 4501 Ellis av.
Charles Moody, vserving year in
Bridewell,' says another has confess
ed crimes for which he was sen
tenced. D. H. Lenters, 2403 Filmore st.,
driver auto truck, robbed of $300.
George Medill, 13, 836 Cambridge
av., hit by auto of Chicago Phone Co.
John E. Donohue, 8005 Escanaba
av., carpenter, hit hand with ham
mer. Dead. Blood poisoning.
Chief Healey ordered cabaret of
McGovern Bros., 692 N. Clark st,
closed. Unescorted women allowed.
Millie Nerg, 22, Roselle, III., suing.
William Schueneman, rich farmer,
for $20,000. Breach of promise.
Two burglar calls in Evanston
caused police to uncover spooning
maids and sweethearts on rear
Megaphones for street car con
ductors to call streets with asked by
L. E. Cowper, 480 E. 31st St., in com
plaint to utilities body.
Incorporation papers for Institute
of Medicine of Chicago filed in
Ernest McNichoIs, druggist of Lake
Bluff, may leave town. Gave girls
candy. "No wrong meant," he says.
Harry Jennings, proprietor Em
press hotel, and eight others arrested
asked jury trial.
Margaret Altman, accused for
swindling loop stores arrested.
Names two others.
Four men arrested for slugging
chauffeur at Cubs' park Monday.
Election board called seven judges
of election, in First ward because of
"peculiar" way in which votes were
Mrs. George Carpenter, 1018 N.
State st., bruised when auto hit bar
ricade left by house movers at State
and Division sts.
Mayor Thompson to drive last nail
in Chicago Speedway must join car
William Farrell, traveling sales
man, dead in St. Joseph's hospital.
Doctor says caused by carbolic acid.
Clarence Pomeroy, 3, 5633 Prairie
av., lost. Found by police on Evans
ton "L" train.
Over 3,000 witnessed the 27th An
nual Commencement at Northwest
Robert Shay, 21, who lost both
legs when he fell from freight train
in Harvey, HI., accused as burglar.
Charles Loewe, 1721 N. Maplewood
av., killed by lumber which fell from
car he was unloading.
Judge Windes issued order allow
ing State Bank of Sterling $4,171
claim against La Salle St bank, defunct
WOULD OUST BILLBOARDS FROM
The opening gun of a city-wide
campaign to abolish billboards from
reisdence districts will be fired to
morrow when Aid. Kjellander will ask
the building committee of the council
to call a public meeting to discuss
Att'y Everett Millard of the city art
commission and Att'y Loring Hoover
have drafted an amendment to the
present ordinance. This will make it
unlawful to maintain a billboard -.
within 250 feet of any school, hospital
or church and bar signboards from
any block in which more than half
the buildings are residences. .
Peter Hoey, sec'y of the building
dep't, says this means that between j
1,500 and 2,000 billboards will be torn .
down. Powerful advertising and bill
board companies are already lobbying
against the bill. g