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Portsmouth, N. H. Loss of mother,
wife and three children in Eastland
brought on disease.
Henry Siegel, department store
head who served pen sentence after
failure of his store bank, arrived in
Chicago to start making new for
tune. Today, St Patrick's day. A. 0. H.
and Irish Fellowship banquet with
Former Pres. Taft and Archbishop
Mundelein the speakers. City hall
Lieut. Jas. J. Miller, Brighton Park,
and Fred Schober, patrolman, fined
after intoxication charges against
them had been investigated.
Det Sergt J. B. Tucker, negro, and
J. J. Onthank, motorcycle policeman,
discharged from force. Charges
against Tucker involved 16-year-old
girl. , Onthank accused of "shaking
Ceo. E. Cole, pres. Constitutional
Convention League of M., underwent
operation for appendicitis.
Judges and clerks of election, 9th
precinct, 14th ward, held in $1,000
bond each until alleged discrepan
cies in tally sheets are investigated.
Dr. J. R. Struble, 2759 W. North
ay., blamed by coroner's jury for the
death of Mrs. Augusta Bloom, 1940
N. Kedzie, by alleged illegal1 opera
tion. Bachelor swells who occupied
suites in Pullman bldg., are wailing.
Must get out to make room for
Stanley Bagarek, 4908 W. .28th pi.,
boarded Golden State limited to go to
Kio Grande to help catch Villa. Was
10 years old and had 2 cents. Con
ductor handed him' to police at En
glewood. W. J. Burkhardt, 4323 S. State, for
mer investigator for Police Deputy
Funkhouser, tried to flee from police
man arresting him after quarrel with
woman. Shots fired at him. Fell in
coal hole. Caught
Wm. R. Morgan, station master,
Northwestern station, celebrated
9th year with the railroad.
AMERICAN BANKER ON HIS WA'
TO SOUTH AMERICA
f He is one of the 20 well-known
men, including Sec'y McAdoo, on
their way to South America to at
tend the United States section of the
Pan-American com'n at Buenos
BIG NIGHT ENDS IN JAIL FOR
New York, March 17. A Texas
yell, followed by feminine screams of
excitement, all coming from a taxi
cab on Upper Broadway at dawn, re
sulted in arrest today of 3 chorus
girls on complaint of William A.
Green, oil magnate of Houston, Tex.
Green alleges that one of the girls,
Miss Mary Randolph, attempted to
pick his pocket of $45. She count
ered with assertion that her screams
were heard just after the adventure
some Texan triedw to steal her mo
ney from her stocking.
Incident followed gay night
No, Onioniana, not all screen mer
rymakers are essentially light, comedians.
. .. -Mriia