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Vlfcrhtlv iriiured when Aurora & Eight Electric train collided with C, B. & Q. switch engine. Yeggmen raided offices of Cement Workers' TInion No. 4. Got $800 Frank Leskiewicz, 9, killed by auto driven by Rev. Adelbert Furman, 2226 SWhipple St. 52 divorces signed by Judge Petit vesterday. "The Missing Diamond" film por traying Jews condemned by movie censor. , Samuel and Nathan Silverman, pwners of store 230 SHalsted st, in dicted for alleged arson. Mrs. Francis Malinski, 75, 4348 S. Wood st, fought Michael Szman, 28, her would-be groom, wedding suit. He pawned it. Given six months on Thomas J. Bosworth.J.235 N. State st, stabb.ed three tunes by now-up men. Will recover,. Judge Pinkney wants country home for boys. Claims Detention home and; JohaWorthy School inade quate. Charles O. Hammond, Hammond, Ind., shot resisting hold-up men. John KalmanrSt. Louis, beaten and robbed by there arm&d men. Lost watch and $8. Frank Kowaski and John Laski arrested,.as suspects. Edward Maloney, 24, 1212 N. State st., died from wounds received in struggle jrith three armed mem Po lice hunting for gang of "wharf rats." Home of Samuel Frankland, 5310 S, Park ay., looted. ,$2,000 worth of stuff stolen. , Lawrence O'Hern jealous of man wife kneyr 36 years ago. Made life miserable for her. Put under peace bond. .Frank H. Martin and wife, driven from Congress Hotel, want $20,000 for unpleasant experience. Blame nosey detective for trouble. . Christ Christensen, 1012 Fran cisco av., punched Seth Olson in eye. iied"$iO, and -costs, ,v- Behumil Michalek wants $25,000 damflm!i fnr nllppfid" slander.. Claims former sweetheart, Mrs. Henrietta Sirriecek, 1105 N. Homan st, who won $8,000 breach of promise suit,. hurt his reDutation by testimony , of fered in court. Hugie Hughes, famous auto driver, wanted by police for passing $129 check on De Jonghe Hotel Co., 12 E. Monroe st. J. C. Carney, undertaker, arrested for speeding-, fined $25. Broke. Ask ed judge lor time until death would bring cash. Stanley Satrek, alleged hold-up man. captured after exciting pistol cllciSC Grand rally for Aid. J. Edward ' Clancy will be held at Conway Hall, . Lake and Western av., Thursday, Jan. 29, 8 p. m. "Dynamiting of old piling in South Branch river at W. Jackson st, stop ped by police. Menaced "L" road.- Dr. John Bennett, dentist, and Waldemar Standow, 547ftN. Dearborn st., held for larceny. Mrs. Virginia Brooks Washbourne attacks vice conditions in 1st ward. Claims that Miss Marion Drake would put an. end to conditions. Mrs. Edith Hoffhiemer, 31, 2d floor, quarreled with Mrs. Podman Robeson, 3d floor. 21 families in apartment become involved in squab ble. Judge G'oodnew threatened to' put whole apartment under peace bond. Chicago City Railway wants au- tnonty to Dorrow $4,uuu,uuu ana is sue $1,400,000 in bonds. Mrs. Eva Conrad, 908 Webster av., caught weddingring in clothes line. Finger badly torn. Amputated. Policeman Daniel J. Barton, al leged to have freed Jacob Nozovi jurek, 413 N. Desplaihes st, for. $3 -and rusty revolver, to be brought be fore trial "board. Northwest bide commercial Ass'n wiu meetaaYinoon, xauipaayi-jaiu.