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on pavement Was to have married
Miss Edna Olson, 1039 N. Robey, on
Frank DeMarco, 747 Noble, fined
$50 when daughter Anna said he had
blacked both heceyes after coming
home with quart bottle of whisky.
Cottonseed and peanut oils urged
as excellent substitute for butter,
says E. A. Jones, U. S. market expert
now in Chi.
Eastern Star pageant at Oriental
consistory netted $1,000 fof Christ
Wm. H. Aldrich, real estate dealer,
left estate of $416,120.
Mrs. Chas. Mitchell short-changed
out of $20. Was in husband's drug
store, 7452 Vincennes av. Has been
robbed three times in" year.
Israel Seagil, 60, 821 N. Mozart,
got in scrap with J. J. Fleming, 4519
Vincennes av., in corridor of Tribune
bldg. Seagil's skull fractured. Both
employed by Att'y Levy, Trib. bldg.
City water now being treated with
chlcrihe at four lake cribs to prevent
Robbed: Mrs. John Matusek, 4631
Laflin, $16; Edw. Porter, 5616 S.
Marshfield av., $9.
Wm. Moorehouse, commissioner of
public works, wants loop bldg. own
ers to clean roofs. Says dirt from
them is littering streets.
Walter Brocherd, Truman, Minn.,
recovering from appendicitis, stole
out of St Elizabeth's hospital. Run
over by wagon and killed. Despon
dent when mother left bedside yes
terday to return home.
Jos. Starasaska, 2342 W. 23d pi.,
believed demented, escaped from St
Elizabeth's hospital clad in night
gown only. Nearly frozen in a base
ment Supreme court denied plea of Oto
man Zar Adusht Hanish, high priest
of "Mandaznan sun cult" Must pay
$2,500 fine and spend 6 months in
jail for sending obscene literature
As Rev. J. H. Glinson, Scotch Pres
byterian church, WJieatland, an-,
f nounced last hymn, Sunday, his wife,
leader of the choir, started to lead it
Safe in office of John D. Sexton &
Co., 235 W. Lake, rifled of $2,460.
German Evangelical synod votes to
refuse appropriations from county
for industrial schools run by church.
SEEK WRITER OF POISON PEN
LETTERS BRIDES GET 'EM
New York, Nov. 30. Woman pa
ranoiac is sought by federal author
ities today as writer of 23 poison
pen letters to young brides in several
Ass't TJ. S. Dis't Att'y C. A. Thomp
son, whose bride received one of the
letters, said today he believed they
were written by inmate of Pennsyl
vania asylum. Thompson last
month married Miss Nellie C. Hoff
man of Towanda, Pa.
Letters, all couched in same terms
and apparently in same handwriting,
have been written to women whose
marriages were detailed at some
length in newspapers. Each makes
charges against the recipient's hus
band. Wm. McKinley, handwriting ex
pert who is aiding authorities, said
today letters bore postmark of city
in which an insane asylum is located.
MAYOR NAMES THREE MORE
SCHOOL BOARD NOMINEES
The mayor recommended three
more school board nominees last
night and asked to have considera
tion on them deferred for a week.
They are Chas. R. Young, att'y to
succeed, Dr. Stephen Pietrowicz; Ed
ward J. Piggott, retired merchant and
real estate man, to succeed J. J. Son
steby, and Chas. P. French, publisher,
to succeed Robert Roulston.
' Young is a Mason and belongs to
a number of clubs. Piggott is South
Side real estate owner and raised k
four sons here. French is Catholic-
and has six children. Also belongs toi
punch of clubs.
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