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decree" ror Henry id. Cote, 6508
Edwin E. Reed, 67, 'and Miss Tina
Nicholson, 50, to wed.
Wm. J. Gallagher, found guilty in
famous "pin brigade" case, surrend
ered at Joliet. "
Union bakers and bakery drivers
will strike Sunday. Bosses refuse to
Jas. Alexander, colored, 3338 State,
shot and killed -Louise Shelton, col
Robert R. Helm, 6307 Stewart av.,
divorced from Edith Helm. Glenn
Sir Ernest H. Shackleton, famous
British explorer, lectured at Orches
tra hall. Favors universal service.
Ruth Taylor Layman, woman golf
champion at Skokie, brqke engage
ment to Gordon Copeland and will
marry Amos Edgar Pilgrim
Jos. O'Donnell, Clarence Stevens
and Thos. McGraw, 104 E Oak, ar
rested on charge of trying to rob the
safe in Greizl's hardware store, 854
Louis Gazzolo, 46, 2256 Jackson
blvd.. West Side saloonkeeper and
politician, died of pneumonia. Broth
er, late Frank Gazzolo, served two
terms in city council.
Wm. F. Stine, ex-pres. United Po
lice ass'n, has dropped fight for free
dom and is ready to begin five years'
sentence. Accused of conspiring' to
briBe aldermen to raise police sa
laries. Alfred Van Duyn, Arne Mark and
Mark Porter, arrested in Orchestra
hall for refusal to stand while na
tional anthem was played, discharged
with lecture on patriotism by Judge
Mrs. Ellen Crome, 4057 Ellis av.,
wants to hear from her husoand,
Wm. B., who left her four years ago
after misunderstanding. This their
10th wedding anniversary. She still
Man believed to be John Reinsky,
wanted in Memphis for murder,
broke fromnatrol wagon at Lake and 1
Union, grabbed gun from G. G. Pres
ton, private watchman, fired at po
lice and escaped.
Geo. Lapata, 1160 Erie, trampled
on U. S. flag. $25 fine.
Mab'el Schmidt, 4438 Maiden av.,
divorced from Jean. , Drunkenness.
A. F. Winslow, alias Fred Hall, Mai
den Arms, 4555 Maiden av., arrested
on charge of deserting wife and chil
dren. ' Woman's clothes found in his
room. Said they were niece's. Did
not know her name.
Annie Shaw and Kitty Carey, 180"f
Madison, arrested, when $10,000
worth of furs and jewels, believed
stolen, were found in home. Mrs. '
Frank Wende, 1916 Jackson blvd., re
cognized $700 fur stolen from her.
ALIENS MUST GIVE UP ARMS BY
Chief Schuettler ordered the arrest
of every alien enemy after midnight
tonight who has not complied with
the gov't order to surrender their
firearms. He also commanded the
various police captains to see that
the order to every alien enemy to
move from within a half-mile of ar
senals, munitions factories, camps,
etc., is complied with. All violators
will be arrested.
ON TRAIL OF PAY ROBBERS?
The identity of the mysterious pair
a mall with a prison record and a
"large blonde" accused in connec
tion with the series of systematic
payroll robberies pulled in Chicago
recently, was withheld today ' by
State's Att'y Hoyne while his sleuths
were endeavoring to round up the
rest of-the gang suspected. . Hoyne
thinks that most of the payroll jobs ,
are the work of the same crowd of
efficient and experienced workers.
Buenos Aires. Argentina agrees
to let England have 180,000 tons of
wheat and 20,000 tons of flour on
condition that 200,000 tons of wheat
from Canadian harvest shall be re
turned to Argentina in July,