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Bhe makes him sleep with dog in bed '
and spends his money patronizing
Two libels against furs seized by
federal officers asked by TJ. S. Att'y
Clyne. Goods smuggled; to be sold
Carl F. Mohr, wanted in Fargo,
N. D., for alleged land fraud indict
ment, arrested here.
Police decided revenge motive in
shooting of Miles Brooks, 4546 Evans
av., watchman at Wurlitzer music
store, found dead.
Ass't Corp. Counsel Reker asked
Judge Cooper for speed in hearing on
film "Birth of a Nation." Fighting
A. M. Jacobs, saloon, 3250 Prince
ton av., robbed. 4 men. $25.
Police looking for Henry Stauden
maier, 2742 Shields av. Wife ilL Can't
provide for 6 children.
Dr. W. F. Von Zelinski says 27th
. ward is healthiest
Willard Snyder, 15, shot Kenneth
Larson, 7, 1353 Winona av. in eye.
Air rifle. Eye blind.
Rudolph Ousch, fisherman, dozed.
Fell off pier on rocks. Skull fractured.
Relatives of Dr. H. R. Seal, 1065
Foster av., received wire saying he
was visiting sick sister. Police were
Aged sister of St. Mary's home,
Jackson blvd., lost cross of order
worn 20 years.
William Moeller, 2840 Warren av.,
paroled by judge. Bought ring on
time, giving wrong address.
Police holding Herman Voegtle,
pending inquest over body of Jesse
Irwin, killed in auto accident at War
ren and Kedbie avs., yesterday.
Four1 schools in Evanston school
district not to be closed this sum-
NEW MOVE AGAINST BOOZE PED
DLING DRUG STORES
An echo from the scrap on booze
peddling drug stores reached council
last night when Aid. McCormick ask
ed jthat all evidence now injhehand
of the clerks of tie license commit
tee be turned ovel' to the city prose
cutor as an aid in making a case
against the drug stores.
An investigation carried on under
the lead of Anton Cermack, United
Societies head, showed that in many
South Side drug stores booze could
be boueht bv children that would not
be admitted to saloons.
Cermack brought this evidence be
fore the license committee and the
whisky bought from the drug stores
was impounded. Without this the
cases pending in court would be lost,
CRACK BRITISH COACH BOSSES
Although Englishmen are pretty
busy these days, Vivian Nickalls, fa
mous oarsman, found time to runf
over and devote this spring to coach
ing the Pennsylvania crew. He has '
them going through their paces and
hopes to land the big intercollegiate)
sace this yeax. ' .
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