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may recover: Hope given up daysl
, Chas. Winslow, Cicero, killed by
"bro&en feed wifes.
Chas. Haas' saloon, Blue Island,
raided by deputy sheriffs. Two slot
machines and $300 confiscated.
Joseph Sitka, 1449 W. 47th, had 3
jibs broken by Battalion Chief Cos
'tella's auto. Going to false alarm.
John Lizia held up by two men. $4.
fThey shot at his feet and made him
Sheriffs office trying to find who
jtipped Blue Island saloonkeepers off
pn raid which was made yesterday.
;25 saloon had concealed their gam
. Hattie Wilson arrested by Stella
Kominski, who charges she was lured
"into park to be robbed of $100, her
savings. Hattie's alleged accomplice
.escaped. Both girls maids.
Police looking for "Joker" who has
"been calling qp Rogers Park lifesav
ing station with false information.
Three men stabbed, none seriously.
in saloon at 1703 S. Racine av.,. over!
Tjlond dancer. A dozen arrested.
J" Anita King, movie queen, arrived in
Chicago on way east in auto. Spoke
at Orchestra hall.
F. W. Lackawjcx, 5256 Princeton
av., Tdlled by train at W. 53d and
Andrew Reynolds, 3908 W. Monroe,
robbed of $8 and watch by 2 men.
? "Thompson Special" to leave mid
night of Oct 4 for 'Frisco fair with
paayor and party, who want -to com
plete unfinished trip. To be gone two
" U. S. inspectors have not killed
Seer on estate of Edward Swift be
cause of wet weather. 29 cattle con
demned on Ed Jordon's farm near
Storm which struck Chicago yes
terday caused great damage in Iowa
and Illinois, according to weather bu
reau. No lives lost
v Milton Sanders, janitor extraordi
gajy, proves he has a heart by gfetog
steam week, before it is necessary. In
building at 835 Gault av. "
EVANSTON RICH FOLKS KICK ON
ORPHANS-FLATTER MOVE ,
The thirty-eight orphans wards
of the Dorcas Home in Evanston r
have been alloted a room at the Oak
ton school in a less exclusive neigh
borhood and now the disturbance re
garding their attending the Lincoln
school has quieted down.
Many of the parents of the chil
dren going to the Lincoln school
made it quite plain that their children
were a little better bred than the or
phans and kicked at the presence of
the little parentless- people.
Murmurs were also heard against
their attending the Sunday school in
the Second Presbyterian church. Dr.
A. S. Clark, pastor, indignantly de
nied this. "They are more than wel
come," he asserted.
When the children were told that
they would go to the Oakton instead
of the Lincoln school this morning
they expressed the sentiment that
they were glad they were getting
away from "that bunch."
Evanston, the U. S. census tells us,
is the richest city inthe U. S. in ratio
to its population. What can we ex
pect? o o
GRAB SEIGEL IN CONFIDENCE
GAME HAD BILLS-
Morris Seigel, 5313 W- Washington
blvd., was arrested with $200 in
marked bills in his pocket yesterday
and was charged with confidence
game, conspiracy and violation of the
civil service laws. Seigel is claimed
to. have promised to insure the pro,
motion of a sergeant who was on the
eligible list for a lieutenancy.
"Nothing fraudulent about it," de
clared Seigel last night "It has been
the practice of sergeants who have
been seeking" promotion to get it
through third, party with pull."
Julius Zimmerman, a, discharged
policeman, was also arrested at Sei
geto accomnUce . . ,.