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Jail by Judge Stough. Failed to pay
F. Bolano, 187 N. Clark st, arrest
ed for defrauding government out of
tax. Put cheap wrappers on good ci
gars is claim.
. "Autos k'ill many flies; spread gas
oline and oils." Dr. J. D. Robertson,
Lulu Mungsr, held as forger in
Clark st station, unable to get baiL
Edward. Steinbrecker, Craysville,
111., ordered to pay wife $3,000 back
Railroad engine left at top of in
cline at Penn R, R. and Garfield
blvd., coasted through fence and
Man attempted to attack two girls
playing in yard of Mrs. F. M. Jacobs,
1719 Ridge av., Evanston. Escaped.
Harry F. Boyd, 822 Linden av., Wil
mette, got divorce. Wife left him and
William Trebilcock, 15300 Center
av., Harvey, hit by I. C. train at 155th
Joseph Metzger, 1215 S. Ridgeland.
av., Berwyn, tried suicide. Gas. Re
vived. Chicago retail and wholesale credit
managers leave today on special train
for Salt Lake City to attend conven
tion. Judge Carpenter took case of
Roger De Coverly, chauffeur, from
jury and discharged him. Accused
of perjury in trial of boss.
Creditors of J. B. Dicus, head of
"Hiawatha Passion Play," claim
bankruptcy against him. Can't pay
COPS AS HEALTH OFFICERS
Printers are now printing copies of
the health, sanitation, building and
street and alley ordinances. These
will be given to the local policemen.
Chief of Police Healey will issue an
order compelling his men to see that
these ordinances are enforced when
they are not chasing hold-up men or
Furthermore, all violations of these
ordinances will be charged up to the
policeman on whose beat they are
DENTIST GETS BUSY
His friends have just found out
why Wallie Van has been studying
dentistry. In "The Serpent's Tootn,"
a moving picture comedy, Van was
supposed to pull one tooth from one
of his patients and instead he extract
ed her entire set
McWeeny wants to get back
on the police force
- Former Chief of Police McWeeny
has asked to .be reinstated as captain
in the police department He. resign
ed in 1913 after a break with Mayor
Harrison over the duties of the M. L.
C. Funkhouser, second deputy super
intendent If the civil service commission en
dorses McWeeny's application a big
shake-up in the department will be
ordered by Chief Healey.
After quitting the department Mc
Weeny opened a private detective
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