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ris Kedler. Leon to hospital; -pa-in-law
Ceo. Gunn, "boy caveman," fined
$100. Edna Barber, 15, with whom
he had been living, turned over to
James Whalen, 7th ward Demo
cratic committeeman, appointed to
succeed Hugo L. Pitte on county
civil service board.
Body of middle-aged man with
skull fractured found in river: Be
lieved to be body of Emil Lehmann,
4650 Winthrop av.
Policeman Wm. J. Milan faces trial
by ciyil service board. Got drunk,
says his superiors, and arrested nearr
ly every one he saw.
Michael Gizyhe and Abbott Kogus
hurt when street car hit auto. For
mer had $2,000 wrapped in handker
chief when taken to hospital.
Peggy Tracy, Philadelphia, and
girl chum, who ran away from home
for stage, taken into custody at Sa
ratoga hotel. Will be sent home.
John J. Loftus, ex-treas. Brother
hood Painters, Decorators and Paper
Hangers, Local 190, indicted on the
charge of embezzling union funds.
Police raided alleged poker game
in office of Greenwald, Schwartz &
Co., 1131 S. Racine av. Seven men
arrested. Greenwald booked as
South Park Motorcycle Policeman
Leo Peterson, 751 E. 73d, ran into
auto of Hyland Heck, 1443 Garfield
blvd., while chasing speeder. Leg
Walter Guida, 14, 684 Fay; Jos.
Domin, 653 H. May, and Walter Woj
nicki, 512 N. Racine, arrested on
charge of stealing coffee from 825
Mrs. Lincoln Bartlett, refused di
vorce for lack of evidence, is search
ing for former maid, Anna Davis,
colored, to corroborate story of hus
Six armed men in auto bound and
gagged three employes of Union
Dairy Co., 835 So. Hermitage av.,
and blew safe, It was empty. If they I
naa waited few nours $6,000 would
have been in safe.
Hazel James, 1343 Adam?, got di
vorce from Patrick James. Said he
once drank mixture of gasoline,
ether and whisky.
Wm. H. Sexton, sec'y Publishers'
Co-operative Co, sued for divorce by
Beatrice Sexton. Charged with in
fidelity. Married in 1908.
SLATEMAKING ALDERMEN ARE
The slatemaking six aldermen
start for home today. On the long
ride from Florida they will finish
their work of lining up the council
committees for the coming two
Three committees were decided on
yesterday. They are:
Buildings Pretzel, chairman, An
derson, Johnson, Klaus, McDonough,
Ahren, Fick, Szymkowski, Powers,
Link, Kaindl, Adamowski, Woodhull,
Pegram and Adamkiewiecz.
Schools, Fire, Police, Civil Service
Francis, chairman; Long, Klauss,
Krumbrckf Touhy, Home, Steffen,
Adamowski, Kimball, Kennedy, Pe
gram, Byrne, Clark and O'Toole.
Railway Terminals Healy, chair
man; Kenna, Norris, Richert, Cross,
McNichols, Haderlein, Walkowiak,
Ellison, Bowler, Capitain, Lipps, W. J.
Lynch, Rea and Littler.
The suspension of rules procedure
was changed to require a four-fifths
instead of a two-thirds vote of the
KILLED BY MEXICANS?
Federal agents may investigate the
death of Julius C. Johnson, former
bookkeeper for Outcast Advertising
Co., in an obscure rooming house in
Watertown, Wis. His friends and
fiancee, Mrs. Gertrude Fahrveiking,
believe he was killed by Mexicans as
a result of a plot Johnson formerly
kept a hotel in. Chihuahua City and
was driven from there. He has been
in constant fear of death, say his