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to meet" the "Oak Parle tracks' at'
Green street. '
'This subway will afford univer
sal transfers through" rolite ex
press trains and will abolish the
congestion of traffic in the down
The subway -for surface will
probably be 'built after the first
suuway is compietea. it will cost
$9;32S,000 and1 will" be 3.6 miles
Total cost of two subways-will
be $19,000,000. - '
Sulphurous fumes from passing
railroad trains causing the statue
commemorating the Fort Dear
born massacre to crumble away.
Fearing he may die at a tender
age,,Dr. D. K. Pearsons, 91, has
sworn off on tobacco, after 70
3'ears of smoking. '
Burglars robbed Contribution
boxes in St. Michael' Roman
Catholic church, Cleveland and
Nathan Schmurr and Bernard
Coppersmith, St. Louis, robbed of
all their money 10 minutes after
they reached Chicago. Another
case where Chicago enterprise
beats St. Louis.
John M. Green, colored, 4622
. S. Dearborn, arrested for stab-
bing John Scott. Quarreled over
15 cents in saloon.
Joseph Wazalis, 1109 W. 47th,
fell from' a secorid-stoVy porch.
Dr. "J. H. Egan decided he was
drunk and bruised. Locked in
police cell. Second examination
last night revealed broken spine.
Died on way to" hospital-
Miss-Rose Valavka, 4318- W..
23d place, says' Frank" Karasek
promised to marry her. Now
courting another woman. $5,000
heart balm asked.
Giueppi Angliosi shot and
killed last night at Milton and
Locust. Accused Joseph Costanr
qzza before he died. Cause .of
Two robbers, one dressed;-as
woman, robbed Richard Grant'of
$38 last night. "Hallowe'en joke,"
said "woman." Grant didn't
Thirty girl nurses masquerad
ed as men at party at 3147 Mich
igan boulevard. Real man in
crowd. Another Hallowen'en
joke. Not appreciated.
Albert Corbett operated on for
fractured skull at County hospi
tal. Thought dead Put on
slab. "Gimme my pants; I'm
cold," said Corbett. Will "come
Otto Pelzer, 16, Oak Park,
dead. Had been ill. Sat up in
Gasoline explosion in cleaning
store at 4222 W. Madison. $4,
500 damage. Panic in neighbor
hood. No'one hurt.
Police searching for Alma Pet
erson,' who disappeared Oct. 14
on way from Argo, 111., to home
of her aunt, 6436 S. Carpenter.
"White slavers" suspected.
Frank E. Atkinson, 312 Wis
consin, took two drinks in saloon.
Unconscious. Hospital. Died.
. Dr. Ernest. S. Eckstrom, Mil
wauke dentist, arrested here on
charge of 'obtaining money "by
false pretenser-""" " 4" '-