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South blvd. Oscar Julian, milkman,
and . Wm. Kreno, truck chauffeur,
Frank Kvas, Detroit, told police he
paid $725 to two men for machine to
make $5 bills.
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Ash, 4144 St.
Lawrence av., celebrated 50th wed
ding anniyersary yesterday.
Clarendon beach may be flooded
and used for skating.
Clothes designers say women's
spring styles will be more modest
Unidentified Italian shot to death
in rear of 10(51 Polk. Two suspects
Irwin L Thatcher, whom police
call "master forger," arrested on
charge of trying to steal auto of
Isaac Karpes, 5406 Michigan av.
Horace L Brand's home, 37 E. Ce
dar, stripped of brass knobs and fit
" tings by robbers. Jake Cohn, 1238
, Hotel La Salle to have taxicab fleet
of its own.
Police seeking Dr. Donato Simone,
who posed as Italian gov't agent.
Said to have cashed $1,400 bogus
check at American Express Co.
Bonty Davidson, chorus girl, rout
ed three detectives before being ar
rested on charge of not paying $33
bill at Hotel Morrison.
Chief Healey said non-drinking po-
liceman will be favored in future.
Sam C, Messinger, lunchroom
owner, gave $50 to firemen's fund for
good, work at recent fire.
1 Harrison Technical High school
formally dedicated. Carter Harrison
Auto truck containing $5,000 jew
. els of C. D. Peacock, stolen at Ann
and Washington while chauffeur,
John Bag, was delivering package.
Deputy sheriffs raided four road
houses on outskirts of Elgin.
Mrs. August Hecker had August
arrested for bigamy.
Thos. Fitzsimmons, head waiter at
, Stillson's, once worth $100,000, dead.
Mrs. Mae Overman, witness in
"auto thieves" trial, said Mrs. Elvira
Stiles, one of the defendants, tried
to get her to leave city.
Ceo. Johnson, driver of Lawndale
police auto patrol, died of scarlet
"White ladder, burglar" got jewels
from home of W. A. King, Evanston.
Late Dr. John B. Murphy's books
to be distributed among friends. e
Stephan Lauzanne, editor of Matin
of Paris, now in city, says 40 meet
ings will be held in France to tell
French what Americans have done
Valeria Phillips, 4257 Grand blvd.,
sent to insane asylum, bejieved to be
of "noble" birth.
Chief Healey has' organized "fly
ing squad" for hurry calls. Sergt
Wm. Coles in command.
Chas. F. Goodrich, Wilmette, wants
to adopt Mary Emmerling,, 7, 1831
Hammond, "divorce orphan."
Mrs. Winona Winter Simpson, who
recently gave birth to child, to return .
Extension of Ogden av., from
UniemPark to, Lincoln' Park, under
consideration by Chicago Plan com
mission. Frank J. Murray, former police
man, dismissed in 1898, filed suit to
win job back.
Doc. Robertson's "diet squad" still
getting fatter, they say.
Mrs. Ella Knowles, 6114 Dorchest
er av., says hubby, Chas. W., is
feebleminded. Wants conservator ap
pointed for his $4,000 estate.
Oak Park clubwomen urge house
wives to forego turkey on Thanks
giving. Tqo high. Goose much
Requiem high mass for late Em- '
peror Francis Joseph will be sung at
Holy Name Cathedral Wednesday
John Bosovich, Austrian applicant
for citizenship papers, said Cali
fornia elected president Got his pa
pers. Aid. Richert and Merriam accuse
city administration of spending
$1,000,000 more than 1916 estimate,