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Mm she was coming from Holland
he got drunk.
Five policemen to face trial by civil
Jos. Sodla, 64, 8835 Exchange av.,
turned on gas after quarrel with wife.
She saved him.
Norman Michaud, 2257 S. Park
av., accused of taking auto from Star
Garage, 2253 Cottage Grove av.,
caught in Jackson, Mich.
C. T. Linberg, 6615 Bishop, stabbed
twice. J. Dobson, negro porter,
Mrs. Ella Weiss, 3008 N. Halsted,
upset lamp. Clothing caught fire.
Public Works Com'r Moorhouse
says Chicago sewers are in. worse
shape than in years.
May Bacina, 455 S. Union, arrested
Four new cases of infantile paraly
Englewood police seeking man
who has been peeping in girls' bed
rooms. Veronica Mulvihill, St. Louis, broke
engagement to Harry Gibbons, ne
phew of Harry Gibbons, politician.
$22,000 contract for concrete sea
wall given Great Lakes Dredge &
Dock Co. by Bvanston city council.
Howard J. Edmonds, loan agent,
8 S. Dearborn, arrested on con game
charge. J. A. Cullen says he charged
$7 Interest for $5 loan.
Eva Zimmerman, 5, fell to court
room floor and broke leg as father,
Chas. Zimmerman, was being tried
on bad check charge. Judge contin
Late Harry Monroe, evangelist,
left $1,000 to Pacific Garden mis
sion. Entire estate is $12,500.
Mrs. Elizabeth Sweet, Aurora,
granted divorce from Al Sweet,
Chas. H. Dyess, 417 E. 30th, ar
rested on charge of passing bogus
Lieut. Bruce D. Smith, battery C,
1 N. G., home on sick leaver
THAT "ILL WIND" WILL HAVE TO
BLOW BLAMED HARD
Dr. D. M. Ricardo, orthopedic spe
cialist, handed a shoe lecture to
members of the Chicago Shoe Retail
ers ass'n at the Palmer House Tues
day afternoon and then the shoe man
decided that oxfords must go on
"The ankle has a synovial mem
brane around the joint and dampness
and wind may cause inflamation of
this membrane and result in arthritis
of the joint," said the doc.
Whatever that means, it was
enough for the shoe men and the
ban on oxfords was immediately
Horror! Ladies skirts are
scheduled to come down a few inch
es and now their shoes are booked
to go up. But, then, still the wind
at the Masonic Temple corner will
continue to bloweth!
WHITMAN AND SEABURY ARE
NEW, YORK NOMINEES
New York, Sept 20. Gov. Chas.
B. Whitman was easily renominated
as Republican candidate for gover
nor with probable 150,000 "majority
over Wm. Bennett. Justice Samuel
Seabury won Democratic nomina
tion without opposition. Political
wiseacres say Whitman by primary
vote seems to have secured endorse
ment of Progressives.
Wm. F. McCombs, former Demo
cratic national committeeman, hand
ily won Democratic nomination for
U. S. senate from Thos P. Conway,
former lieut governor.
TELLS OF AUTO THEFT TRUST
Inside workings of an auto theft
trust were uncovered yesterday in
the trial of Earl Dear, "brains" of a
gang, before Judge Jos. Sabath.
Walter Relihan, informer, said
that machines were stolen, altered in
a secluded garage, divested of their
numbers and identification marks,
shipped to another city and resold,