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John Carsteneen, vice pres. L.
S. & M. S. Ry., indicted for. al leged rebating to O'Gara Coal Co., released on $5,000 bonds. Mary Bruno, 14, 843 Ewing St., exonerated by coroner's jury of all blame in connection with fatal shooting of her brother, Frank Bruno, 15, on Dec. 27. John Duggan, 3265 N. Irving av., guard at county jail, who was held for killing of stepfather, W. J. Hackett.nightwatchman, exon erated by coroner's jury. Frank Tolones, Great Falls, Mont., arrested for carrying gun. Said he always carried gun at home and didn't know it was against law here. Fined $100. Dorothy Beason, 21, arrested, charged with stealing horses. Re leased by Municipal Judge Wil liams on her own recognizance. Andrew Jackson, dn trial sev eral weeks ago charged with wife abandonment, has been released. Said wife, who had income of $6,000 a year, wouldn't let him work. Wife asked to have case dismissed. He can work. Mrs. Lena Witt, 2412 Wallace av., fined $50 for beating her chil dren. Chas. Cooper, aged man who was run down by auto at Dear born and Washington sts., is dead. Police searching for rela tives. Col. H. Sakai of 31st Chinese Regiment of Tokio is here. Burglars entered offices of T. S. Smith, 29 S. Water st. Got $25. Tug W. A. Field, which sank in Lake Michigan two months ago, has been raised and towed to dry- dock near Wells st. bridge. Cap tain and crew perished' at time of accident with a freighter. Mrs. A. H. Thacker, 4109 Drexel blvd., being sued by r Quaker Mfg. Co. for payment on boiler put in her home in 1907. Unidentified man killed at Gary steel mills. Fifth man' to perish there within last few days. Nine magazine pistols stolen from Wabash Ry. depot, 12 Plymouth ct. Attack on statute passed by legislature May 31, 1911, requir ing certain classes of buildings to install automatic gas shut-off to be used in case of fire, was made in bill filed in Circuit Court in which it is asked that State's Atty. Maclay Hoyne be enjoined from beginning any proceedings. Robbers entered saloon and home of Riggio Bros., 133 N. Canal st. Got $13 and jewelry worth $350. Auto bandits are still fashion able. Mrs. Margaret Brown and 2XA-year-old son burned to death in fire at their home, 2622 Ward st. Elizabeth Ryczewski, 4, 1546 Augusta st., burned to death. Clothing caught fire from stove. "There is more illness here right now than there has been in months." Dr. C. St. Clair Drake. Lack of snow or rain given as cause. G. Ed West, 4009 Lake av., vice pres. Osborne Valve and Joint Co., filed petition in bankruptcy. Miss Lillian Meyers, 2421 Frankfort St., admitted in court that she had impersonated Mrs,