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unshot wounds, six weeks old. Po- I $80,000 in hearing before Referee in
lice quizzing him.
John Churilla, Ramy, Pa., came
here to have wife arrested. Forgave
man she was with. Offered to take
Dr. Charles Pugh, 400 Halsted st,
ordered to court. Failed to report
birth of child.
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IP order to policemen for close watch
and arrest of street spitters.
Pavel Putcz, 1000 S. Canal,,, shot
twice by burglar he fought in home.
Will probably die.
Condition of Nellie Eberly, former
teacher, down with infantile paraly
sis, much improved. She may recover.
B. B. Smith) Indian, got $10 from
Mrs. Silas Harris, 3655 Prairie av., on
Anna . Sharpley, chicken farm
financier, told how she borrowed
Arthur Bowen, 4516 Magnolia av.,
former cartoonist on Daily News,
dead. Tried suicide, poison, Nov. 24.
Att'y Otto Kerner appointed master
in chancery by Judge Honore.
CAR BANDIT GOES TO ASYLUM
Emil Roeske, last of the notorious
car barn bandits,- will start today for
the Chester Asylum for the Criminal
Insane; he will not live longer than
six months, physicians say.
Roeske is still in the Joliet peni
tentiary, where he was sent 14 years
ago, after his companion robbers,
Van Dine, Marx and Niedermeier,
were hanged. He was subnormal at
Very few farmers use a nest egg
for raising eggplants.
BRITISH "TANK" IN ACTION
The picture comes direct from the
Somme front in France and shows
one of these new engines of death,
made from farm tractors, manufac
tured in the U. S., astride a trench,
the position in which the tanks are
placed in battle, so the guns, fired
from each side, may sweep the
trench of all occupants,