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Templeton, winch ran down and
killed E. K. Rogers, retired capi
talist, .139 E. Ontario St., exon
erated from blame.
Milford S. Palmer, former po
liceman, discharged in 1909 be
cause he failed to support wife
and 6 children, filed mandamus
proceedings in, Circuit Court yes
terday. Seeks reinstatement.
- Emile Stolle, private detective,
who yesterday shot and killed
Mrs, Elsie Vynsze while cleaning
revolver at 2057 Lincoln av., was
held to the grand jury, charged
Union Park, W. Lake st and
Ashland av., may be converted in
to modern playground for chil
dren. Plans under discussion.
Farnum Fish, California "boy"
aviator, yesterday made 21-min-ute
flight at Aero Club field, S.
52nd av. and W. 22nd 'st 500-foot
altitude, Carried Catherine Cal
vert as passenger.
Anna Daniels, -635 No. State
st.,. music teacher, arrested for
larceny.' .Complaint of Mrs.
Clara Wood, 655 Grace St., mngr.
West Side Conservatory, 27 So.
Ashland blvd., says she gave -defendant
2 expensive violins, to use
and she failed to return them
when leaving her employ.
John S. (Col.) Cooper, stock
yards commission merchant, sued
for $25,000 by John Bartelme,
Cooperstown, Wis. False arrest.
Wm. Hughes, negro, arrested
after he had leaped out of alley
pn W. Lake st. and grabbed An
na Liberman, 12, by the arm.
Mrs. Anna B. Verina, witness
jadivorce suit filed oy Mrs. Clara
D, Peasej against husband Et& v
ward A. Pease, son of wealthy
Aurora manufacturer) testified
that she had often seen Pease
making love to a maid employed
by the Peases.
Henry F. Wallbaunu harness
merchant, 1130 "LaSalle ave,?
sued for divorce. Wife charges
cruel and inhuman treatment
Mrs. Minnie Larson, 3839 Haf
vard st, divorced from husband,
John Larson for 2nd time.
Robber broke, into home of
Charles A. Gross, supt. St. Bpni-.
face cemetery, 5521 No. Paulina
st, forced Gross and wife to keep
quiet at point of gun, escaped
with $200 worth of jewelry.
Sigmund Mann, druggist, 903
So. Marshfield ave., arraigned in
court for arson. Fire followed
insurance of stock for $6,000,
Michael Schultz, 3550 So;
Winchester ave., shot by John
Sulkiski, special policeman Swift
& Co., died at Wesley hospital.
Sulkowski claims he caught
Schultz attempting to steal meat
Trial of Mrs. Jane Quinn,
charged witlf murder of third
husband, John Quinn, will begin
next Monday- in Judge Petit's
Wm. G. Guttenberger, chauf
feur, given $1,200 judgment
against Edmond Kaufman and
brother Henry, for false arrest
Guttenberger was accused of
murder of Mrs. Hattie Kaufman,
whd was killed December 2, 191 1.
Albert WesozH, 2429 Winne
niac ave., was beaten over head
with poker by husband, Albert