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vatement that he had asked him to
velay making report on valuation of
L'' roads public till first of, year,
'-ommittee on local transportation to
tet report soon.
Philip Sabia, confessed counter
feiter, sentenced to 2 years in Leav
enworth penitentiary. Admitted mak
ing and passing bad half dollars.
Death by exposure verdict of cor
oner's jury in inquest over unidenti
ried man, 70, found in vacant build
ingat 159 W-Kinzie st ,
State's Attorney Hoynevin letter
requested board of assessors to in
struct field men to obtain receipt for
schedules left to eliminate any
chance for defense in court.
Mrs. Elizabeth Porter, who shot
Mrs. Kathryn Spring in the latter's
beauty parlor at 5155 W. Lake, released-
on bonds. Mrs. Spring said
neighborhood gossip started quarrel.
Otto Schumacher, saloon keeper,
5515 S. Laflin, cut hand with saw.
Died from blood poisoning.
Anna Dzeglewicz, 5, 3612 S. Marsh
field av., died from burns received
, playing near stove. Mother at work?
Harbor expected to be blocked
with shifting 'wind. Michigan ports
closed by ice.
22 engineers of board of education
tendered banquet by John Howatt,
chief engineer. r
Louis Barkholtz, sailor, captured
after he had taken purse containing
$450 from Clara Friedman, cashier
in restaurant in Polk st. depot
Taxi companies protest, to sub
committee of council on "judiciary
against suggestion of public service
dep't to divide fares into two classes,
one for .business and one for pleasure.
Later tohe higher.
.Mrs. Josephine -Sousa, Oak Park,
who disappeared from her home after
quarrel with husband 3 months ago,
found living at 103 Throop. vHeld at
Desplaines -street station.
James Burns; wanted in Chipago
for robbery, arrested In Cleveland
postoffice after he had fought with
detective for 15 minutes. Bystand-,
ers watched fight till it became too
rough. ' '
John Van Devaun, Evanston, and
wife 'bought each other Christmas
presents. Found each others pres-.,
ens last night Wine and whisky.,
Both locked up by police. -
Thomas Allen, St. Louis, arrested
on complaint of grocer who said he
tried to pass bad check.
Lieut. Hejtz, Hegewich station, in
stalled individual stove. Eight stoves
for eight policemen otf day duty in
Mrs. John Larnber, 6039 S. Laflin,
reported handbag containing $1!L
stolen by negro. ,A
Harold Lubeck and sister Ruth, 11
and 4 years old, did not return from
their Christmas shopping last night
-Patrons of Columbia theater did
not learn till after show "that fire
men had quenched fire In upper part
Anna Roskie, maid in home of
Fred Full,, saloonkeeper, 1900 S.
Sawyer av., bound' and gagged by
robber, who took $1,000 worth of
jewelry. All four of xobbers were
Nathan Sandberg, shoe dealer, 310
E. 31st, held up by 2 men. $37.v a t
P. Abramson, junk dealer, robbed
of $4 in barn,, where they had taken
him to sell junk.
"Dips" obtained $240 from Dr. W.
P. Scott, whoiwas riding on a Cly-
bourn av. car last night
Joseph Horning, 6040 Prairie av.,
escaped from 2 men who tried to hold
United Societies, saloonkeepers'
ass'n, sent letters to aldermen asking
them" to change 1 o'clock amend-
ment to dance hall .license tor 3
q'clock -when it comes before the
, It wasn't very courteous of the'
Lincoln park zookeepers to give a
demonstration of forcible feeding -Of
a snake while Christobel Pankhurst'