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"band trying to kill her. He was
placed under peace bonds.
Mrs. L. Licowski, 1616 Blue Island
av., arrested by friend, charged with
trying to steal husband. Signed a
Aid. Chas. Lastocka, Berwyn,
found to be suffering from hallucin
ations. Sent to Kankakee.
Central West Chicago av. Business
Men's ass'n staged pageant last
night Merchants boosting their
Adolph Neitner, 1641 Warren av.,
robbed of $76 on way to welcome
back wife from country. Said he
had a surprise. He did.
Sanitary district trustees have dis
charged 160 men under their new
economy provision. Save $137,500.
Chicago shoe firms asked to make
overshoes for German army. Are
size 16 and resemble canal boats.
Dr. J. S. McNeil, returning from sick
call, auto ran down two bandits.
Their injuries are unknown.
Wm. Dore, clerk in hat store, rob
bed of $100 by two men.
R. W. Hartwig, druggist, swore he
was gambler to escape paying broker
$1,600 in grain deaL Made self liable
Gaetona Pesole cannot return to
Italy because his father's citizenship
papers are fraudulent Refuses to re
turn except as U. S, citizen.
24 Cleveland aldermen had good
time yesterday when those of Chi
cago showed them the town.
Chas. Dawes, banker, refused to
discuss rumor that detectives were
guarding home because of threaten
ing letters received about war loan.
Several aldermen to have expenses
paid to coast in mayor's party. Name
of the "angels" unknown.
John Stromquist, motorman, 6363
N. Hermitage, found dead in gasfUled
E. G. Hitchcock racing with death
from Okla. to bedside .of wife who
took poison in Hotel Sherman.
Edna Bird and Gladys Henderson
ran away from home in. Freeport be-,
cause they didn't like school. To be
Coroner's jury found that Mrs.
Margaret Wells suicided while tem
porarily insane. Paroled from Dun
ning. Shot self whDe in bed.
John Jones, 412 N. Clark, found
unconscious from gas. Serious. Says
he spent $2,000 courting widow who
jilted him when savings were gone.
Mrs. John Pogodinski, 812 N. San
gamon, suicided with hope when hus
band failed to bhow up with her baby.
Police looking for him.
Margaret Enders, 17, 7715 Gold
smith av., fell and cut artery in throat
with glass from milk bottle. Dead.
Aldermanic committee to probe
midwives to call in several to explain
Coroner Hoffman to card index all
midwives who perform illegal opera
tions. Coroner's jury returned open ver
dict in case of Mrs. Moy O'Donnell,
1411 E. 71st, who died from illegal
F. E. Van Alstine and wife had fight
in Lombard hotel He was fined $25
wand she $10. He refused to pay her
fine and asked her forgiveness as she
left for Bridewell.
Arnold Tripp sued for divorce by
wife who charged desertion
The "double" brothers, Rudolph
and Edward Janis, were both declar
ed insane by the lunacy- com'n yes
terday and sent to Kankakee. One
recently took place of the other in
Coroner's Chemist McNally report
ed that vital organs of Detective
Egan showed he died of alcoholism.
Was recently convicted for graft
Frank McCormac told judge his
auto wasn't worth the $8.35 vehicle
tax. Offered to sell it for that Has
to sell or or pay tax before Oct 8.
Andrew Plummer, accused of sell
ing liquor to minors in Austin, ac
quitted before Judge Fisher.
Perry Paterson, West Hammond's
former corporation counsel, and John.
Jaranowski discharged on charges