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4509 S. Paulina stl, arrested,
charged with swindling a man
out of $900 with loaded dice.
J. W. Staceyand "Big Charlie,"
charged with assault with intent
to kill Former Lieut, of Police B.
J. Burns, were before Judge Ker
sten. Bonds fixed afc$5,000 eact.
Otto Schmidt,,29, alias "jputch
Otto," was mysteriously shot in
cigar store of Selz &-Stahl, 2237
Cottage Grave av. Dying. Joseph
Meyers, 26, alias Joseph Mayels,
is being sought.
Gus A. Miller and wife of Colo
rado Springs-, who started to
walk from foot of Pike's Peak to
New York on wager of $500, ar
rived here late yesterday. Expect
to make NT. Y. by Qhristmds.
-Burglars entered .home .of
Judge T. Brentaho,' Superior
Court, 701 Gorddnxterrace.and
escaped with' Jjewls value at;
$.5,;uu. ' -
No one. hurt when autos of C.
C. Gris wold, .1741 Hinirian av.,
Evanston, and I. K. Friedman,
Winnetka, colided. Both cars
J. E. Corns, pres. U. S. Hotel
Realty Co., 39 W. Adams st.,
found dead in Planters Hotel,
where he had registered under an
assumed name. Suicide. De
spondent over, excessive drinking
believed the cause.
Martin Martinson, 4347 S. Tal
man av., ordered to stay away
from his wife the rest of the
Classes in printing and plumb
ing will soon be added to the
classes in Crane Technical High
Anthony Prize, laborer, 35,
killed himself. Gas. Rest of fam
ily - revived by pulmotor. Was
despondent over high cost of liv
ing. Clement Joyce, saloonkeeper,
761 Wells st, arrested, charged
with attempting to shoot Police
man J. Nbonan. Noonan ordered
him to close his saloon, which
was open after "hours.
Peter Bartzen, who was arrest
ed for speeding Nov. 10 and ob
tained continuance, failed to ap
pear in speeders' court yesterday
A warrant fqr his arrest has been
1913 will be an unlucky year
for the hobble, Turkish harem
skirt and the' serpentine form.
They are all ousted by the Nat'l
Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufac-'
JUMPS ON POLICE
"Chicago 'lias the most stupid
polite of any city in the world.
They seldom 'detect' anything,
and they neyer inconvenience
themselves in' guarding any
thing." Thatiswhat H. M. Berg,
of H. M. Berg & Co., Congressr
hotel jewelers, thinks of the Chi--cago
Burglars threw horseshoe
wrapped in paper through the
Window of his jewelry store last
night and escaped with jewelry
valued at more than $2,000. ThisJ
is the fourth visit there.
John Dahl, messenger boy ofj
the W. U. Telegraph Co., at the
Auditorium hotel, was the first tOg
discover the robbery. The police,
did not know anything about it,
until Dahl summoned them. ".