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IBasky, "complainant, fined $50 and
Judge dismissed case of Harris
Horwich and son Maurice, charged
with assaulting Jas. Loebner, editor
of Jewish Record '
B. S. Bernard, prop, smelting com
pany, 994 W. 14th, held by U. S. for
using mails to defraud. Misrepresent
Coroner's chemist found August
Nibbe, 12030 Normal av., came to
death through gas, asphyxiation. An
alysis made because of poison ru
J. K. Orvis,. att'y, suing Thos. Hy
land and Justice Baumgartner of
Lake county for false arrest and im
prisonment Edward Sullivan, 2038 Ogden av.,
arrested for staging fake marriage.
Edith Joyner, 17, 2452 Arthington st,
City Prosecutor Miller promised.to
prosecute owners of "blind pigs" in
Fred Norman, 4349 .St Lawrence
av., arrested for bigamy by woman
he married 26 years ago. Lived with
second wife under common law mar
riage. Warden Zimmer of Joliet pen de
nied rumor that wagon load of
brooms was stolen from pen.
Edward Souder, 6, 2328 Keeler av.,
killed by St Paul train while walking
Jacob Levin, 2035 W. Madison, su
ing Capt Costello, Warren av. sta
tion, for $10,000 for 15 hours' deten
tion in the station on suspicion.
Chief Healey, elected trustee in
South Park Methodist church by con
gregation. Public "Service Co. of Wilmette asks
city board if they can reduce gas rate
Joe Bertsche, brother of Barney,
arrested for safeblowing and bond
Police looking for Robert Morris,
16i 3304 Warren av., who disappear
ed Sept 8.
Mrs. Birdie Witt, owner of bunga
low on .Hyde Park blvd, says she has
had 50 offers 'from negroes. Wants
$20,000 for it '
Four autos confiscated by Chicago
police in Lake county as stolen prqp
erty. Chicago auto thieves selling
Directors of Chicago Board of
Trade preferring charges of uncom
mercial conductagainstChas. Glavin,
Milwaukee grain dealer." "
U. S. grand jury indictments in the
Eastland disaster to be returned to
day before' Judge Landis.
CONGREGATION PLANSTO AID
of the historic Plymouth-Congregational
church of Brooklyn are plan
ning to lend financial aid to its noted
pastor, Rev. Newell Dwight Hillis,
who confessed from his p'ulpit that he
had speculated and was on the verge
of bankruptcy. In his confession
Rev. Hillis said he had cherished his
own interests while he neglected "the
sick, the poor, the friendless and the
boys and girls of hungry minds."
The woman with a poodle has no
time for children but thank heaven,
the woman with children has no time
for a poodlelj .