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adoption of fender for auto trucks.
Committee appointed to select one.
Timothy Sullivan told judge he
couldn't support wife because of
rheumatism. Discharged. Danced
jig outside court. Rearrested.
William Davis, photographer, 542
. S. Dearborn, sent to Bridewell for
' year on testimony of stenographer.
Convicted under new delinquency
700 wdrth of jewelry stolen from
offices of Julius Ziegler, wholesale
jewelers, Columbus Memorial bldg.
Chief Healey asked by Milwaukee
police to search for Gussie Klein
schmidt, whose mother is ill.
Joseph Brown arrested in Houston,
Tex. Took $3,400 worth of watches
from United Watch Co., 5 S. Wabash.
Louise Sward, 18, servant at 4545
St Lawrence av found walking on
L C. tracks singing. To be examined
Head of federal employment bu
reau has jobs for ten men on farms
in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and
Police probing story of William
Holayter, bartender at 4152 S. Kedzie,
who claims he was shot by 2 men
whom he followed.
John Burns, 63, 2842 N. Racine av.,
coal dealer, fell to platform of Polk
st. station alighting from Monon
train. Died of cerebral hemorrhage.
John Arnold, 7002 St Lawrence
av., struck by 79th st car at Indiana.
Ceo. Hughes, pres. of Hughes Elec
trical Co., appointed foreman of the
grand jury. Impaneled uy Judge Ker
Joseph Schumacher, 60, 2123 Shef
field av., found dead in bed. Believed
Edw. Rodde, Jr., 2'2, 1323 S. Ko
mensky av., hit by bike of neighbor,
Albert Mosler, 12. Dead.
Katherine Simpson, 4, 1528 W. Car
rol av., run over by wagon. Foot
Peter Lenzeni, Glencoe, in jail,
jftarged with .selling whjgkv, fa dry
territory. Police say they got $800
worth of booze from his basement.
Rain interfered with Evanston's
Mrs. Sarah Page, 67, found dead in
bed, 1918 Maple st., Evanston.
Five-weeks-old baby abandoned in
carriage in front of Boston 10-cent
store, 1571 Milwaukee av. Taken to
St Vincent's orphanage.
MunicipahJudge Goodnow shaken
when his auto hit truck.
John Moore, commissioner public
works, Evanston, to resign. To work
for Chattanooga Coke Co.
Edmund Fitzmaurice, Earl of Ork
ney, in Chicago. Won't talk to news
Geo. Bergan, 14, 4434 S. Francisco
av., denies that he is one of group of
boy bandits who killed John Mozier,
saloonkeeper, 4622 S. Ashland. Held
First cavalry paraded at Fort Sher
idan yesterday before Lieut-Gov.
t Rev. Carl Hanson, pastor of Nor
wegian Danish M. E. church, re
120 persons are fighting against
the widening of 12th st before Judge
BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT
DRAGS JONES INTO MESS
Arthur H. Jones, 527 Roscoe st,
attorney, father of three grown chil
dren and bridegroom of a year, has
been made defendant in a $100,000
breach of promise suit
Mrs. Ada M. Cantwell, New York,
is the plaintiff. She says Jones got
her a divorce and then made love to
her. They were engaged for years,
Mrs. Cantwell not only charges
Jones with injuring her heart, but
says that she intrusted him with
$7,000 of her $8,000 alimony. She
says he has not returned her money
and has refused an accounting.
Jones makes a fiat denial of all
charges. His wife and children will
stick with. hjmjot jhs- finish
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