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against Harris Trust Co. Managed
publicity campaign. Never paid for it
George McGory, 4130 Wilcox av.,
held to grand jury for attempting to
suborn perjury. Offered men suits of
clothes if they refused to testify
against half brother.
Michael Titlewski, saloonkeeper,
2258 W. 18th pL, arrested with his
bartender. Charged with robbing
men in saloon.
Baby boy found in alley in rear of
2327 W. 20th by Joseph Brown.
Wrapped in petticoat County hos
pital. Edward Westby, laborer, brought
into court with violin. Judge thought
he stole it Westby played several
Three alleged pickpockets arrested
at 18th and Indiana after chase.
Phillip Brennan, gardener, fined
$25 when Mrs. Jessie Francis, 6116
Blackstone av., testified he had hug
ged her while washing in basement.
John Harris and Phillip D'Andrea,
charged with 7 violations of criminal
code regarding explosives, had cases
continued by request of police.
Setrack Alsanian, 874 Sedgewick,
on trial for murder of brother. Pleads
Horse attached to wagon of Pen
noyer Merchants' Transfer Co.,
backed into river at Illinois st
Drowned. Driver escaped by jump
ing. Joseph Fritz, sweetheart of Mrs.
Evelyn Furey, found dead on March
31 in North Side factory-, held to the
grand jury for manslaughter. Ad
mitted striking her in disagreement
Mrs. Clarence Mowery, 1206 E.
55th, tried to end life with gas. Told
police her son had threatened to leave
Rector's, the famous restaurant, is
no more. Name to be changed to
State committee on labor to hold
public hearing in Hotel La Salle next
Monday on law which calls for re
organization of state employment
Judge Stough refused to sign di
vorce decree of Fred J. Merriam, mil
lionaire lumberman. Received anon
ymous phone call not to do it Is
Seymour Simpson, deputy inspect
or of weights and measures, fined
$1,000. Found guilty of shaking down
Six families occupying building at
4711 Dover st fled fire this morning.
Lieut Denman, traffic squad,
placed Patrolman Fred Gagey on spe
Smith Merritt, 2258 Lincoln av., fell
from third-story window of his some.
Crashed through iron lid of catch
basin. Mud saved his life.
Evanston co-eds are studying
French. Pupils of French class are
writing letters to French soldiers and
Ben Dolatowski, 7, 3035 Throop,
had skull fractured when struck by
motorcycle. Rider escaped.
Eight persons bitten by dogs. Own
ers must have licenses and muzzles,
Sam Hastings, mayor of Highland
Park, is going to abolish line which
divides city into east and west dis
tricts. Walter Wisnewski, errand boy,
2256 S. St. Louis av., badly injured.
Hit by car.
Interstate Commerce Com'n de
nied western state railroad com'n the
right to ask railroads list of ques-
tions. Now hearing proposed freight
increases for western roads. l
National League. Chicago-Pitts-
bureh. rain: Philadelnhia 6. New
York 1; Cincinnati 1, St Louis 0;
Brooklyn 8, Boston 4.
American League. Detroit. 4. flh" r
cago 3; New York 8, Philadelphia 0;
wasmngton i, .Boston s; Cleveland, i
3, St Louis 1.
Federal Leacrii "PiHchnrch K 3
Kansas City 4; Buffalo 5, Baltimore
4; Newark 5, Brooklyn 3.