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st, in Judge Reams' court. Peter
Michalek, who testified, arrested for
Mrs. Alice Sing to be placed on trial
Monday. Charged with murder of
Charlie Sing, husband,
Andrew Olsen held for -grand jury.
Said to have murdered Mrs. Christina
Lundmark, divorced wife.
$400 ring missing at home of Mrs.
Benj. Bachrach, 4531 Greenwood av.
Henry G. Strassheim, 1110 George
st., struck by car. Condition serious.
Anthony Brucker, 3206 Wallace
st., killed by Cottage Grove car.
Coroner's jury ordered "L" road of
ficials held. Four killed since Dec. 1
on Oak Park line.
Home of Mrs. Sadie I. Finerty, 3562
Grand blvd., entered. $500 worth of
Adolph Langsdorff, 68, 309 E. 50th
st., fell in front of "L" train. Severe
ly injured. Blames crowd for ac
cident. A note signed "Betty" found near
lagoon at Lincoln Park. Police sus
pect suicide. Will drag lagoon.
Miss May Burke, 4331 Indiana av.,
slightly injured. Fell from auto.
$1,500 diamond brooch returned to
Mrs. Johnson, Lake Forest. Frank
Unidentified boy, about 13, killed
byC. &N. W. R. R.
Gustave Dutela, 10, 1003 Larrabee
st., killed by car.
Mrs. Francis N. Hurley awarded
$100 damages. Congress Hotel wait
er spilled soup on train of gown.
Claimed that co-eds cheat more
than men do at Northwestern Uni
versity. Anne St. Peter, n egress sooth
sayer, arrested as fortune teller, ob
tained a continuance to consult the
Chief Gleason ordered barber in
spection. Claims many are working
Joseph C. Romanowicz said to
have taken $4 article at The Fair.
Has $2,000 in bank.
Leon McCormick, 1801 W. Adams
st, robbed. $81.
Miss Mary Ross, 1234 W. Erie st.,
Sofia Beller wants $1,000 from Al
bert Fuchs, 817 Sheridan road. Al
Henry Bender, 1852 Blue Island
av., injured. Struck by trolley wire.
Frank Tusa, 732 Forquer st ar
rested. Peddling without license.
Twenty-three municipal bonds
sold. Total $355,000.
Mrs. Bertha Schelle, 2648 Magnolia
av., struck by car. Tossed under auto
cart. Died. Broken neck. Joseph
Switkin, chauffeur, and Buddensick,
Council votes to extend city's lodg
ing house system.
Comptroller Traeger wants $25,
628,000 for 1914.
UNION OFFICIALS EXPECT TO BE
OUSTED FROM CALUMET
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 12. (Spe
cial.) The next move by the mine
managers to get the union leaders
out of the copper country will be. a
grand jury of 23 to investigate all
strike cases. It is expected to indict
all union leaders for conspiracy. The
proceedings will be secret.
There is much bitterness against
Circuit Judge O'Brien among mem
bers of the Citizens' Alliance, because
he issued an injunction restraining
them from interfering with members
of the Western Federation of Miners.
Judge O'Brien's life has been
threatened and his house is under
The mob of citizens that went to
South Range and attacked the min
ers got its inspiration from the meet
ings of the Citizens.' Alliance at
Houghton and Calumet, "where the
speakers indulged in a tirade against
the Western Federation. The mob
secured rifles from the Houghton
armory, and led by gunmen went to
South Range at 2 o'clock in the
morning and attacked the union,