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cashed -worthless check at Cottage
Hotel, 1008 W. Monroe st.
John Stallr 9225 Huston av., threw
brick- at Lieut Patrick McCauley,
Hegewisch avfl police station.
Mary Maher, known as Mary Doe
at House of Correction, up for dis
orderly conduct Sent to BridewelL
Chicago florists lost $1,000 a day
through cloudy weather. Weather
bureau shows sun shone only 37 jJer
cent of time between sunrise and
sunset since Nov. 1.
John C. Roth, manager Northern
Hotel Co., first man to pay income
tax in Chicago.
Chorus of local theater declared
strike. 15 pair of tights missing.
Manager suggested ping paint
Tights unearthed. Show preceded.
H. P. Harris, 40, St Louis, Mo.,
jumped into river from Clark st
Ruth Bryan, 18, Burlington, la.,
taken home. Eloped to Chicago.
Caught by detectives before Fred
Bedford, 22, secured license.
George Lansbury, English labor
party leader, in Chicago.
Six boys took horse and wagon and
started West to kill' Indians. Will be
taken before Juvenile Court
John I. Evarts, missing banker,
Flainfield, indicted for embezzle
ment Fred Bartholomew's saloon robbed
$6, cigars and liquor. John Martin
. Purse snatcher robbed Mrs. Chas.
Bookman, 9018 Exchange av., $12.
Mrs. Wm. Thomas, 8942 Exchange
av., $5.70, and Mrs. James Henry,
3223 Burley st, $20.
John Healy, 3680 Union av., stop
ped by two men. Lost $5.
Allen Brown, 10, Hammond, step
ped in front of auto, seriously injur
ed. Father struck by piece of coal
from locomotive. Squll fractured.
Jury in libel suit of Wm. F. Stine
against Press Publishing Co., St Jos
eph, Mich., disagreed.
Case against John Fallis dismissed.
Escaped .. serious charge involving
Rose Howanietz, 2Q43 Mohawk av.j
by marrying girl.
Shipment of 474,185 pounds of
Canadian butter caused drop from
38 cents to 32 cents.
Leon Reinhold, salesman; Rudolph
Noel, wholesale jewelers, missing;
$5,000 worth of diamonds gone.
Bell Phone Co. lets thousand of
employes go. Stockholders squabble
Eleanore E. Leibundguch, 7006 S. .
Elizabeth st, suicided. Kope.
Charles dimmer cut xnroat. ueaa.
Charles Hellerman, 2231 Orchard
st, suicided. Rope. Was losing sight
Mrs. Martha Schmel, 950 W. Mon
roe st, swallowed cyanide of potas
sium. Condition serious.
Mrs. Emma Grosse, 2504 Warren
av., found dead. Gas. Coroner inves
tigating. o o
WANTS IMMEDIATE ACTION IN
The city council may take steps to
put an end to the cause of the ever
growing list of grade crossing acci
dents in Pullman, Kensington and
the Calumet district.
Aid. Block presented a list of fatali
ties at these crossings that,was stag
gering. Between Oct 1, 1913, and
Dec. 31, 1913, there was 14tfccldents
and 11 of the victims died.
All teh railroads operating agreed
to the track elevation ordinance pass
ed April 7, 1911, but none have made
any effort to comply with it.
Aid. Block urges immediate action.
THAT BUDGET TROUBLE
The new budget is causing the
council finance committee much
worry. Last night the committee
held a secret session at which some
thing occurred that made Chairman
J6hn A. Richert tear out of the room
and announce he was going home.
The budget is right now about $2,
.500,000 in excess of the revenue and
the aldermen are having one of their
stiff est scraps in cutting it dowiu, u