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from a New York jewelry house,
Also charged by the same house
of stealing $2,700 worth, while
working as salesman.
Forecaster .H. JCox, of local
weather bureau, .has reurijed.
CarlDuerr, 11, acciises Wm.
Hidonsniith yith hinting" him
with a" stone.- Says he is not sure
on account of the man's smooth
face. Hidonsmjth was sentenced
to grow a beard within-a week so
the boy could tell if he was the
bearded man who struck him.
A. Peterson, 158 WV Huron St.,
Look out for counterfeit $10
bills. There are-a large. "quantity
of them in circulation. here.
thinking the,"bdy Had croup,
doctors took X-ray of Leon'T.
.Dickinson's throat. It revealed a
.rusty pin in the 9-jnonth-old
Ibaby's neck. Will live. He is
son of U. S. district attorney,
, Victor Halperin, U. of C. stu
,'deht, 1017 S. Ashland ave., arrest
ed charged with breaking up a
jTaft meeting at Champaign, 111.,
'shortly before election,
Because her husband took all
jthe covers on a cold night, Mrs.
JA. T. Schaefer has been granted a
f Case of five men arrested for
contributing to delinquency of
jFrancis Thieland, 15, has been
jcontinued until other 50 conduc
tors and motormen she accuses
can be found.
Mrs. Adele Crome, 4221 Lake
'ave., is suing Dr. R. Dodds, 3946
.Cottage Grove ave for $10,000
Joseph Weilgos, 9, 1530 W.
18th St., "hitched" ride on back of
auto. Fell. Severely injured.
Joseph Denniham, 6, 22 S. San
gamon st., struck by auto. -Slightly
John Peiffer, 16, 1653 Winona
st, fatally injured by auto,
Burglar escaped with $200
worth of jewelry from home of
MrsrE. Kramer; 1724 Hancock
ave. ' ""
Frank Quarino and Phillip Cas
satp, 1122 Milton ave., arrested
charged with ..receiving and sell
ing stolen property.
Mrs. Rosamond Guske, 5500
Windsor ave., made defendant in
$50,000 slander suit, filed by Mrs.
Soph;e Reinel, 3942 W". Madison
Property loss of $300 when dy
namite exploded in rear of barber
shop, US. California ave. Cause
Mrs. Mabel Eckhairdt, , 4001
Wilcox ave., arrested charged
M. J. Uathnow. N. Green st.
and Washington blvd., robbed of
$52 by two negro women. One
choked him. He screamed. They
"I have a splendid ear for
music," said acomplacent young
man who had just sung. "Yes,"
replied one who had listened and
suffered, "but you don't singf with
Cousin Bill Taft jokingly calls
himself "temporary head of the
U. S." Very good, Bill, verv
good! Temporary head and per