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rival dog. Deliberately jumped under j
wheels of auto.
A. Johnson, Springfield av. and
Iowa st, complained to Aid. Nance
that neighbors keep goats and many
roosters which disturb his peace and
E. G. Ballard, Chicago lawyer, gave
self up to Indiana sheriff and was re
leased under $2,000 bond. Indicted
in Lake County, Ind., for retaining
collections made for clients.
Mike Karamouzs, candy dealer,
Madison and Harlem av., Oak Park,
booked in federal court on arson
Hamlet Inn, 21 N. La Salle, failed
because politicians ceased making it
their rendezvous, says A. C. Rasmus
sen, part owner.
Louis Jaffle, attorney for Chas.
Simmons, charged with shooting Hy
man Jacobs, says Mr. and Mrs. Benj.
Levy and daughter Mamie, important
witnesses, have been arrested by the
state to intimidate them.
South Side folks stirred by delay
of city in buying new beach for them,,
Flossie Maxwell and Hazel Calvert,
Chicago chorus girls en route to Mil
waukee, washed tights on train.
Hung them on rear platform to dry.
Youngsters stole 'em.
Robert Cracin, 1744 S. Union av.,
and J. F. Murphy, said to be em
ployed by Buick Auto Co., arrested
in connection with Wells-Fargo ex
W. A. Hoffman, Baltimore, Jewish
traveling salesman, in Chicago wear
ing mourning for Leo M. Frank. No
Union of Roman Catholic, Greek
Orthodox and Slavic Unitarian
churches proposed at Chicago meet
ing of Slavonic churchmen. Is not
thought feasible by most
Frank Quigley married Gertrude
Schwery. Waukegan, daughter of
woman who was charged with bury
ing girl's baby to hide tier shame and
then poisoning Quigley.
Thos Curran, 3832 LaSalle, ice
dealer, and Miss Blanche Legere, ar
rested in Gary. Charged Curran vio
lated Mann act by taking girl on.
rides on his ice wagon across Indiana
Applicants for white wings job sub
jected to merit test
TO PROTEST HILL SENTENCE
A meeting to protest the death sen
tence placed on Joseph Hill at Salt
Lake City, Utah, will be held at 112th
and Michigan av. tonight at 8. The
I. W. W. and Socialist organizations
will conduct the gathering in the
Hill was sentenced for the murder
of a grocer, although his organiza
tion, the I. W. W., claimed he was out
of the city at the time.
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