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ter st, died in hospital. Slayer un-
Peter Peterson, 75, 2822 N. Fair
field av., suicide. Rope. HI health.
Mrs. Stanislava Klosvincz, 40, 1812
Haddon av., killed by auto driven by
Frank Nowak, 1928 Fullerton av.
A. V. Hammett, 5111 Winthrop av.,
sued for divorce. Wife says she sup
Six new appointments made in city
law department J. W. Breen and
D. A. Roberts made assistant corpor
J. Sashman, 11929 Wallace st, ar
rested on arson charge when firemen
found suspicious blaze in home.
Body of unidentified man found at
Stickney, HI., in freight car. Crushed
by lumber in car.
John J. Dwyer, Kane county farm
er, discharged in bigamy case. Heard
wife was dead; married again.
Mrs. Anna Weimer, 2159 W. Ohio
st, lost $75 to auto bandits who
knocked her down hi candy store.
Edward Eckball, shot above heart
after fight in gang drinking beer at
Cherry and Division sts.
Peter F. Heck, 6110 S. Carpenter
st, filed suit for $10,000 against A.
Olff, 642 W. 63rd st, charging false
NEW VICE LINE ON 31ST STREET
An organized attempt of vice mas
ters is being made to open a new red
light district at 31st st, says the Com
mittee of Fifteen in its monthly re
port The report says such activities
have been carried on against the 22d
st levee that the madames and mas
ters are deserting there, but are try
ing slyly to open up farther south.
The Serious Girl I always work to
be engaged at a higher salary than
the year "bef ore.
The Frivolous Girl And I always
try to be engaged to a higher salary
than the year before. Judge.
REAL ESTATE BROKER HELD ON'
A young woman walked up to Po
liceman Chas. Laurel at Wells and
Erie sts., says the policeman, last
night, and pointed out a man whom
she said had insulted her. Laurel ar
rested the man and took him to the
Chicago av. station.
When the police found out the man
was Raymond Hogg, wealthy young
broker, member of the real estate
firm of Hogg, Doyle & Co., and with
all sorts of silk stocking relations
they kept him in an ante room until
a woman gave $400 bond for him.
Laurel says he chased Hogg two
blocks before capturing him. Many
joined in the pursuit.
Hogg is a son of David Hogg, secretary-treasurer
of the Breevort
Hotel Co., and a grandson of the late
David Hogg, founder of the liquor
corporation of Hannah & Hogg, a re
Policeman Laurel says the young
woman did not give her name but
promised to be present at a hearing
in E. Chicago av. court today.
ROGER'S FOLKS JUST REALIZE
SOMETHING HIT 'EM
Roger C. Sullivan and his ward
henchmen gathered at Hotel Sher
man last night to consider the rais
ing of the Sullivan political ship,
which toppled over last April with
great loss of patronage.
The verdict was that Carter H.
Harrison had tampered with the bal
last of the good ship Robert M.
Sweitzer and sent her to the bottom
by rushing votes over the side toward
After a summing up of conditions
the Sullivanites came to the conclu
sion that it still had a strangle hold
on Chicago and CooTrcounty patron
age. Strong organizations are being
planned for every ward in an attempt
to divest Harrison of all his power.
Before the meeting was over Sullivan
I left to take a train to California,