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(JTWIW.' WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO Mayor Harrison not in favor of tango dancing in hotels. Says he will not issue licenses unless compelled by courts. Trial of David Rose and five other men next Monday will begin first of vote fraud cases. Committee of Municipal Court judges to investigate need for boys' court. Jos. Cohen sued former wife, Blos som Seeley, and her present husband, Rube Marquard, for $1,000 said to be due on alienation judgment. City Council terminal, committee heard ideas expounded by Commer cial Club and Chicago Plan Commis sion last night. Louis Blume, 909 W. Madison St., found human skull in bonfire. Be lieved to have been thrown away by medical student. Mrs. Thos. R. Marshall, wife of vice president, is in Chicago. W. L. Bodine, superintendent of compulsory education, warns foolish girls to keep away from joy-riding Jacob Damanski, 1331 W. Division St., jumped into drainage canal. Melancholy. When pulled out, tried to kiss rescuer. Harry Hershon, prisoner, county jail, wants operation. Believes it will cure him of taking things. Mrs. Mary A. Ballegoyen wants daughter back. Child has lived with aunt, Mrs. Vredenburgh, for 7 years. Joseph Crosby, 60, watdiman, Har ris Broom Works, up before fire mar shall. Thought sprinkler ineffective. Turned it off. Loss $100,000. Chas. Tarish, 64, founder of Tarish Town, 111., fatally injured. B. & O. train struck his cart John M.,Hubbard, ass't postmaster, Chicago postoffice, to help Santa Claus. Will try to give the youngsters' requests proper consideration. Dr. C. S. Salmon, 1600 W. 63rdst., held for manslaughter. Miss Rose Gold, 20, 1510 W. Harrison St., dead. Illegal operation. - Arthur J. Hoppe, real estate, Nor wood Park, held on bigamy charge. Miss Florence Wilks and Mrs. Sweet, 1843 S. Wabash av., identified lost memory patient. Claim his name is Poster. Want warrant for arrest. Hearing of government's suit against American Telephone & Tele graph Co. transferred to Baltimore. Police and coroner puzzled as to whether Edgar Clement Howe, form er gambler, committed suicide or was slain. John Donovan, city diver, sent in to Lake Michigan. Will try to recover loot dtimped by Herbert J. Schneider. Northwest Side dispensary dis banding. Residents of locality heal thy. Don't need service. Albert Benson, 65, 1741 N. Kimball av., found dead on Larrabee st. C. Henning, furrier, 108 N. State St., reported $400 coat missing. J W. Harrison, Kaneville, III., rob bed. $7 watch and chain. Wm. Smith, 3200 Federal st., died from bullet wound. Frank Marrow, watchman, held pending investiga tion. Estate of James E. Hildreth wants $10,000 from C. & O. P. "L". Claims train was running at dangerous speed. Martin Jackson, 40, 5021 Indiana av., and Miss Sadie Sankston charg ed with misconduct. Wife complain ant Released on bonds. White way planned for Monroe st. Geo. Muno, 12, 1655 Hollywood av., killed by milk wagon. Was helping driver. H. M. Beier, 2145 W. Madison st.f robbed. $25 and sweetheart's pic ture. Want police to recover picture. Mrs. Louise S. Van Keuren and Geo, Penrose to be tried before Judge Walker Said to have murdered hus band. Speedy hanging asked for. W. S. Bayless, Elgin, arrested. Em bezzlement. $12,000. Ellsworth Hanna, football player, and Joseph'La Verney, Evanston, ar ia ii-t.RiT-ifei.'. iiilLfc .-. Arf iA gi,t&&AM-.mZt HMt&-J .iTI.l"! -! llTltfllll ,.