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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Perry Hamilton, negro, 22, 5207
Federal, went to home of Mrs. Gussie
Littlejohn, 3445 Federal, shot and
wounded estranged wife, Mrs. Rose
Hamilton, then turned gun on him
self. Both may die.
Clara Anderson, 14, 2424 Wilcox,
and Charlotte Preston, 15, 2312 Mad
ison, missing. Went to school
Wednesday; didn't return.
Samuel Levinski, 19, 624 Barber,
attacked by three men; cut with a
knife. John Novak, 1839 Allport and
Jas. Gurmak, 1802 Racine av., ar
rested Man believed to be John Zangerle
killed by car. Body at Sheldon's, 912
H. S. Chaplin, auto salesman, bad
ly hurt by team owned by Stern
Bros., 325 N. Michigan av., at Mad
ison and Wabash.
Mrs. Mary A. Moye, Oak Park,
wants warrant for Charlie Berkson,
19, and his father. Wants Charlie to
marry her daughter, Helen, 17.
PINCH TWO JANITRESSES
Detectives from first deputy's office
arrested Miss Johanna Withowski,
3811 Emerald av., and Nina Bora
shek, 3739 Union st., striking jani
tresses charged with attempting to
assault Christ Schmidt, chief janitor
City Hall Square bldg. John D. Brad
ley denies that any office building in
or out of Business Managers' ass'n
had signed with striking janitors.
BOND BROUGHT HERE GETS
Ira Bond, broker, wanted in con
nection with an auto thief trust, was
brought here from Minneapolis yes
terday Before State's Att'y Hoyne
had a chance to question him he was
released on a threat of a writ of
MAYBE THIS IS WHY THERE IS
CONTEMPT OF AND FOR COURTS
Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 15. Hugh
D. Lyons, accountant of the Cana
dian immigration department, ar
rested in Stockton, Cal., and con
fessed to theft of $15,000, which he
lost in Winnipeg grain exchange
speculation, was given a suspended
John Gordon, who stole three
sacks of flour from a freight car
when his family was hungry, was
sentenced to five years in the pro
DARCY FROWNS ON GIBBONS
AS DANCING PARTNER
New York, Feb. 15. Les Darcy,
Australian pugilist, declared today
there is nothing to the report that he
is going to meet Mike Gibbons in a
ten-round bout in Milwaukee the
night of April 10.
"I have not signed articles," he
said. "If Tim O'Sullivan did, he did
it without my consent and I will not
live up to the articles."
PASS CONSOLIDATION BILL '
Springfield, III., Feb. 15. Gov.
Lowden's commission consolidation
bill passed the house today by a vote
of 143 to 120.
Dr. E. E. Sonnanstine will lecture
on "Labor Conditions," illustrated by
moving pictures and slides, tonight
at Hobo College, 917 W. Washington.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
listless. Price changes fractional.
Mostly cloudy tonight and Friday;
not much change in temperature;
lowest tonight slightly below freez
ing; moderate to fre9h westerly
winds. Temperature Wednesday:
High, 32; low, 24.