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NEWS OF THE DAX CONCERNING CHICAGO
Anna Coughlin, 43, found dead in
home of Allen Lippy, 2127 S. LaSalle.
Bruises on body. Lippy and wife
Policeman Celouse Doucet, who
shot himself in head in prairie, died.
Worried over wife's illness.
E. R. Walsh, 735 S. State, found
dead. Heart trouble.
John Kenneth Carnes, 19, Urbana,
HI., former Illinois "U" student, ar
rested in State Bank of Evanston.
Tried to cash check thought bad.
Supreme court upheld increase in
salaries of clerks of election from $5
to $7 a day.
Jas. Adamson, $755 W. 22d, mem
ber of police dep't since 1882, died.
Chas. Poterarchy, 28, 2317 Union
av., fined $200 and costs on charge
of neglecting wife and three .chil
dren. Adam Prochaski, "$100,000 bur
glar," held to grand jury. $82,500
. bonds. Henry Lytton, pres. The
Hub, among complainants. 33
charges in all. -
A. Carter, 64th and Robey, hurt
during blasting on drainage canal,
Mrs. Nellie Schultz married Oscar
Schultz three days after divorce from
John Hoover in 1908. Now she wants
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Baier and Mrs.
Cornelia Keating, all of 6548 Green
wood av., HI of smallpox.
Jos. Baiddig,, 71, janitor, 4326
Grand blvd., assaulted by unidenti
fied man Saturday, died of injuries.
Earl F. Lathrop, 4543 Calumet av.,
insurance agent, arrested on forgry
charge. E. P. Patch complainant.
Judge -Sabath disposed of 54,000
cases in five years on municipal court
John Brown wants divorce from
Sirs. Julia C. Brown. Names Geo.
Cross, "his best friend."
Nnhnriv has nnnlied for $3,000 venr
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job as "digest clerk'to HI. Public
.Utilities commission. '
Qus Behnke, 70, Wonewoc, Wis.,
left for visit here Oct 12. Missing
since. Police asked to search.
I. C. Clifford,. Lafox, III., slugged in
Aurora. Got threatening notes after
suing for custody of child. .
Mildred Herman, 16, 2648 N. Drake
av., hurt when crowd pushed her
against moving "L" train at Canal st
Det. Serg't J. A. Cartan arrested.
Geo. Youstra, 8430 Drexel av., says
he beat him to get confession.
John Walker, Des Moines, la., sued
for divorce. She says he deserted
her in 1908.
Only 35 cases of infantile paralysis
in city yesterday. Average has been
Frank Holly, ball player, hit by
divorce bill. Wife says he loved an
other. Northwestern "U" girls selling pic
tures of football players to get mo
ney for new woman's building.
Mrs. Marie Laws, 4815 N. Lawn
dale av., sued Harry. Claims he cared
more for mother than for her.1
State to ask hanging for Edgar
Foster, murderer of two. Trial starts
Dr. Herman Bundeson, health
dep't, said fifteen cases of typhoid in
EnglewoQd high school traced to
salad in school cafe.
Rob't Doran, pres. Gloria Light
Cor, gave- up on warrant charging
impersonation of policeman.
Rev. Timothy Frost, pastor First
M. E. church of Evanston, to resign.
Is 65 years old.
Eddie English, ex-convict, arrested
trying to wheedle $50 out of Mrs. Leo
Heuman, 4520 Grand blvd.
Robbers took auto of Frank Chase,
3723 Pine Grove av., In raid on ga
rage last night.
Frank 6mith, 2436 Indiana av.,
held as suspect in 15 burglaries on
West Park Board passed rule call
ing for lights on autos at .niehi.
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