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Walsh, 1031 Vernon Park pL, resist-;
ed. Shot in lung.
Mrs. Frances N. Dolan, 4643 Cal
umet av., wants divorce from Ed
ward P. Charges desertion, drunk
enness and nonsupport
Frank Kuhns, 18 S. Sangamon,
surrendered self at Bridewell. Said
he had been sentenced" for 15 days
and had Escaped bailiff.
Will of Att'y Rudolph Matz, who
leaped to death from hotel window
in New York, admitted to probate.
Left $103,000 estate to widow.
Three families driven into street by
fire at 1444-6-8 S. Halsted. Wm. Fitz
martin, 1460 Newberry av., rescued
baby daughter of John Bindle.
Michael Hill, 1700 W. M.adison,
bartender for Mrs. M. D. Flood, sa
loon owner, 2400 W. 16th, who was
robbed of $6,000, quizzed about rob
bery. Mrs. Emma Brabant, 2259 Monti
cello av., wants divorce from Gifford
Brabant, architect Says he left her
two months after marriage in Jan.,
Mrs. Francesco Noceto says Cre
gorio is worth $45,000, has $3,000
yearly income and gave her $2 a
week to live on. Separate mainte
nance. Gov. Lowden granted reprieve un
til June 1 to Andrew Pepper, sen
tenced to death for murder of Chris
Deubler. Clarence Darrow pleaded
Rep. McAndrews to have congress
pass bill to provide relief for widow
and child of Geo. Petzel, mail driver
killed while saving girl from mob of
Mike Burke, 445 W. Chicago av.,
got warrant for his cousin, Thos. Mc
Fadden, 1202 N. La Salle. Says latter
got $5,000 from him to buy saloon
Dr. Wm. Henry Huber, five years
pastor of Grace Evangelical church,
Wrightwood and Kimball avs., re
signed to answer call from First
Presbyterian church, 41st and Grand
MAY QUIZ POLICEMEN AS SPY
SUSPECTS GOVT BUSY
Chief Schuettler and federal agents
are investigating the placing of a pic
ture of Kaiser Wilhelm behind the
desk of the Rogers Park police sta
tion and also alleged remarks passed
Ty policemen of German extraction
at that station against the U. S.
First Deputy Westbrook made a fly
ing trip to the station and broke open
lockers of suspected men, seeking in
formation. During. the day several arrests
were made of suspected pro-German
sympathizers by gov't agents and the
police. One feature was the disap
pearance of Count Alvo von Alven
sleben, who has maintained offices in
the People's Gas bldg. He was for
merly a German army lieutenant and
has been suspected of being an agent
of Germany. It could not be learned
if he had been taken into custody by
the gov't '
Four employes of the Pollak StecJ
Co. in South Chicago were arrested
duringthe day. They are suspected
of being connected with a plot to
blow up the plant, which has been
Ernest Holschleker, 218 E. 41st,
was taken, into custody by federal
men. August Juerg, 1016 N. LaSalle,
and a woman companion caught try
ing to force their way into the Chi
cago av. pumping station. Juerg is
said to have cursed the U. S.
The Ostreussen-Hilfe (East Prus
sian relief fund), of which Harry
Rubens is head, announced that col
lection of money for re-erection of
homes in East Prussia will be stop
ped during the war.
Federal agents are hunting the Io-
cation of millions of pounds of cop
per bought on "options" last week.
German agents suspected of putting
something over on this deal.
Philadelphia. Philadelphia den
tists have offered to give free dental
treatment to any volunteers rejected.
I for having bad teeth.
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