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husband, placed under peace bond.
Domestic troubles. Mrs. Mary Boyd, policewoman, ar rested six at point of gun. Four men attacked girls and escorts on street car. Edward Rogers, George Walker, Albert Berndt, James Day, Lillian Eggerbrecht and Alice Willard held. Fire attacked 400 N. Clark st. Ten ants thought fire alarm bluff. Driven from building by police. S everal fire men overcome by smoke. George Gerhart, 10, 516 N. Eliza beth st, played with dynamite cap. Exploded. Thumb and first finger of left hand blown off. Women's campaign meeting will be held by the 18th Ward Socialists at Church Hall, Monroe and -Paulina sts., March 17, 8 p. m. John Hau, 75, and Charles Rush, 50, overcome by gaSat 3116 Clyboum av. Revived. Pulmot'or. Salvatore Villani, 5479 Dorchester av., arrested. Tried to rob Detec tive Hans of Desplaines street sta tion. Lawrence Kaapp, Abernethy, Tex., met stranger, taken to hotel. 'Rob bed of $150 and ring. James Morgan, Samuel Colomba and Louis Sprague, 839 W. Adams st, held as Hartman robbery suspects. Michael King, 35, 2843 Wallace st., found dead in bed. Heart disease. Peter R. Brown, who was arrested in Detroit for desertion, may face big amy charge. Found to have another' wife. Hook and ladder truck No. 19 and Chicago av. car collided. Truck bad ly damaged. Unoccupied brick and cement house, 2439 Station St., collapsed. Building department to investigate. Richard Burke, totally blind,944 W. 37th pl and James Maroney, 9139 W. 55th st, attacked by 5 armed thugs. Beaten and robbed of $5 and watch. James Cooper fell from platform of "L" structure at S. LaSalle and Van Buren sts. Electrocuted. " William J. Shaw, -3719 N. -Robey av:, -claims to have been kicked and; beaten ,by. Ja,mes. Carney, policeman, at the East Chicago av. station. Shaw was taken in gambling raid. Gleason to investigate. 4 Mrs. Louisa R. Lindloff, convicted of murder of son, died from cancer. Was awaiting appeal in State Su preme Court. Mrs. E. I. Randolph trying to iden tify mysterious "J. R. R." Thinks he may be son. William and John Nightingale cut by Fred Redcliff, 26, 116 W. Grand st. Redcliff locked up charged 'with assault. Dr. Abraham Litvin, 832 Milwaukee av., robbed by would-be patient Visi tor, asked to wait, walked off -with 'pearl necklace and 3 rings. Dearborn Hotel, Dearborn and Ohio sts., raided. 6 women and 4 men taken., Two youthful highwaymen robbed Morden's lunchroom, 352 E. 26th st Got $2.90. Lifesavers back at Evanston and S. Chicago stations. John Mellos, 1828 Washington blvd., robbed by 2 men. Lost 'fr. James Polmo, 100 S. Halsted ,st:; kicked by mule. Dead. JUDGE BLAMES CONTRACTORS Big contractors, 'with powerful political connections, were charged with blocking necessary reforms in the care of Chicago prisoners, by Judge Joseph Z. ' TJhlir in a speech before the Sunday Evening "Club. "There are thousands of men in Chicago, intoxicated, diseased, whom no hospital will, take care of," said the judge, "and they're not fit to be tried in court. They should be taken care of iff a sanitarium. "There ought to be a large farm maintained by the state, county and city, to which we could send hus-1 bands who do not provide for their wives. But the political contractors opppse this. They will lose the con tracts for supplies for county institu tions. In the Bridewell we feed 3,200 a day. These" supplies should he fur- jusnea Dy aiarm,"