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stealing rnre violin from Edward P.
Morgan, artist, 126 N. Ashland av.
Chicago may get new postoffice
site, latest from Washington.
Walter C. Ball, 1340 Granville av.,
filed $10,000 alienation suit against
Shirley R. Tuck, 1401 Gregory. Tuck
married Ball's divorced wife.
Wm. Polochketa, 15, struck by
auto of Aug. Pfeifer, 4554 Cottage
Grove av. Latter arrested.
Policeman Reiland, Chicago av.
station, sued for rent of home, 437
James Sanko, 1128 W. Polk, street
cleaner, hit by auto of D. M. Shaw,
Edward Leonard, former actor,
Y. M. C. A. hotel, arrested as suspect
in North Side burglaries.
John Davis, street cleaner, 40S0 N.
Ashland, took poison. May recover.
Geo. McCloskey, Detroit, who
sported around as millionaire for a
few days at Blackstone hotel, sent to
take Bridewell liquor cure.
Abraham Rosenshield and son.
Wm., 1210 S. Millard av., and S. Glo
wacka, 1525 Tell pi., arrested. Said
to have confessed stealing goods
from Canadian Atlantic Transit Co.
Chas. E. Hughes to speak in Chi
cago, Aug. 8.
Adam Schied, 3020 S. La Salle, told
judge his wife and his brother, Peter,
2547 Washington blvd., are living to
gether. Divorced for second time.
Att'y J. Marion Miller awarded
$38,000 in suit for $50,000 against
Mrs. Louisa E. W. Hirsch, widow of
Harry Hirsch, for legal services.
Ching Fook Wing, 2013 S. Clark,
"Knockout" Brown, Greek pug,
said by Harry Griff and party to be
waiter who served them with liquor
in Louis Choromokos' cafe, 1512 N.
Clark, Sunday, May 71 Brown says
he was in Australia on that date.
Burglar tried to rob flat of Thos.
Ryan, 7819 Oglesby av., for 13th
time. Chased away by Mrs. Ryan.
Case of Frank Radka, charged
with killing Rudolph Moranvek, 5243
S. Winchester av. continued until
Mrs. Henry Clifford, wife of saloon
keeper, 6225 S. Hatsted, wants di
vorce. Says he tried to kill her by
turning on gas.
E. E. Farmer, Highland Park, fire
marshal, fined $1 by old school chum,
Judge Douglass, Lake FoFest, for
Investigation showed lifeguard
who tried to rescue Leon Hawes
from drowning at Clarendon -beach
had not passed civil service examin
ation. Eugene Bischoff, Jr., and Max Be
renger, 14, Lake Forest, arrested for
speeding in elder BischoK's auto.
Guns found under seat. On their
way to Mexico.
Thos. Snelling, pres. Waukegan
Brewing Co., cited foF failing to pay
$3,563 back alimony. Said he could
not afford it.
Neighbors plan legal action against
Fannie T. Small, 2414 Wilson av.,
who keeps 28 cats and 3 Bogs in the
basement of her home.
Paul Gores, ass't manager of Con
gress hotel, had left foot amputated.
Chief Healey ordered prebe of re
port that Cadillac cafe, 2132 S. Wa
bash, sold drinks without license.
Orville Brewer seeks divorce frem
Mrs. Lillie Brough Brewer. Deser
tion. Sons of France held celebration at
Pilsen park yesterday.
Horse fell through manhole at
Lawrence av. and Clark. Rescued
by fire department.
Michael Fedronko fined $100 fer
breaking into saloon and taking
Ninety-five debtors arrangned in"
Judge Sullivan's court Assets-totaled
Estate of Norman Koenig worth
Rob't Bracfehaw, 4, 3557 Indiana
av., set fire to bed. $200 damage.
Motions for new trial for 14 labor
defendants to be heard Friday.