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Cleveland, 0., spent morning in Judge
Robinson's morals court. Greatly im
pressed with system and humane de
cisions of the court
Melvin Davidson, 6123 N. Paulina,
who suicided from bridge Monday,
died because of lack 'of work, cor
oner's jury decided.
Ceore S. Inman, Boston, sought
here. Wanted for theft of $121,000
from United Fruit Co. of Boston.
Samuel Alschuler of Aurora placed
on U. S. circuit court of appeals
Mrs. Alexander Rennie, 740 Oak
wood blvd., stopped runaway horse
which endangered hie of woman and
Police unable to locate Gertrude
Novak, 19, 439 E. 48th, who left home
Sunday to meet young man.
Involuntary petition of bankruptcy
filed against Chesterfield Country
club by supply companies, who claim
Mrs. Frank Schwery, Waukegan,
held to grand jury on recommenda
tion of coroner's jury. Confessed to
burying daughter's baby. r
Carl Nordell, 6040 S. Morgan, fined
$100 -and costs for carrying revolver.
ARGUMENT IN EASTLAND CASE
WHAT WILL FAMILIES GET?
It cost $34,300 to raise the East
land. That will be the bill of the
Great Lakes Towing Co., which did
After the salvage is paid there
won't be much value of the old hulk
left to divide among survivors of the
845 who perished.
J. P. Bishop, public administrator,
believes the St Joseph-Chicago
Steamship Co. is liable for damage to
the full amount of its assets. The
company contends damages cannot
be claimed above the value of the
Eastland hulk as it stands today. To
ward off Bishop's promise to sue the
company for full assets, Eastland
owners have petitioned Judge Lan
dis to appoint a trustee and commissioner.
The Eastland has been taken to
Chicago av., in the north branch of
Body No. 571 is still unclaimed. It
was wrongly identified three times.
ALARM CLOCK BREAKS UP AN
INTERESTING SLUMBER PARTY
Motorcycle Policeman Joseph Fay
traveling his beat at 9 p. m., sighting
no speeders on the avenue, allowed
his curiosity to be aroused by the
above tune of an alarm clock and
trailed it to its lair
It was still ting-a-ling-ing when
his practised eyes spied it in the
rear of a Ford at 67th and Rhode;
av. Fay sauntered closer to arrest
the noise. To his surprise he found,
two young men dozing away on the
front and rear seats, snoring nigh as
loud as the timepiece which had fail
ed to arouse them. The officer cau
tiously and quietly dosed about their
Finding three sticks of dynamite
and several dynamite caps and fuses
in their grips he aroused Sidney Cot
trell, who was in the rear seat Sid
ney's pockets were relieved of their
arsenal. His companion was then
searched and relieved of a gun.
At the station they confessed hav
ing stolen the Ford in Indiana and
that they were wanted in Detroit for
other auto thefts. They are being
held for investigation of their in
tended use of the dynamite sticks
and will then be turned over to the
Indiana or Michigan authorities.
SPEED COST HIM $5.
Harbor Master Adam F. Wexler
motored 40 miles an hour on Wash
Motor Policemen Pollach and
Shram spied him.
Judge JarecM fined him $5 and
A boy's idea of a thoroughbred dog
is one that's not afraid of a cat.