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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Barnetta Hickey, 4727'
Indiana ave., shot in arm early
today. Claim shooting done by
burglar. Nothing missing from
house. Separated from husband,
and rumors of trouble, with
daughter. Police making inves
tigation of suspicious circum
stances. Mrs. Hickey sayshe
will not prosecute man .who shot
Joseph Rather, 2327 Manitou
place, found two burglars un' his
flat lats night. Had collected
pile' of silverware and -clothing.
Both men escaped. ;(
E. G. Tressesi, guest at On
tario hotel, reported to 'police
that jewelry valued at $800 ha'd
been stolen from his room.
Safe in office' of H. V. Mahin,
5300 Armour ave., broken open
last night Thief took $25 and
escaped, " ' T ' '
Herman Rupp, Joseph "Drew,
John Ford, Walter McBreen, Ar
thur. Pianta, -William .Crusing'
and Morris .Cruising, boys, from
16 to 20 years old, arrested,
charged with robbing' Albert
King, 16, of his-hat, overcoat and'
$1, at '75th and Si Center,He
also' says .they beat him.
W. F. Sandhagen, ex-pugilist,i
alleged to have cut tire of auto
belonging, to a taxi company in
front of Hptel Sherman.- Some
big fight. Sandhagen and'James
Renshaw and Charles' Clark -arrested.
, Italian laborer 'killed and sevr
eralhurt in-1: -Cs' train yfreck "at
47ststreet today. . ; '
Pr. W. H. Fortin, ambulance
surgeon at Desplaines street sta- ,
tion, was "reduced" toddy be-f
cause of his failure to take- a pa-
tient to a hospital Because of
this patient died. That's a se-
vere punishment for neglect that
resulted in the death of a popr
unfortunate. Why not fire him, "
and make him do time? ;
John Bigloy, statesman and
author, is celebrating his, 94th r
birthday. v "'
Royal King, actor in "Tea:;'
Nights in a Barroom," playing
at Elgin, excited by applause,'
struck Arthur Olmi, another
actor on the head with a "proper
ty" beer , bottle.' ..Olmi will re
cover. ' '
'Patrolman James F. Miller, jS.-
iar street station, arrestee ac
cused of, taking $13 from Paul y
Dohner in Loop district
Pat Crowe, ordered to leave .x
town three weeks ago, afrested
yesterday. Said he had been say-,
imj good-bye to his brother"
Brother said he had been drunk'
all the time. ' Sent to Washing-. j
. Mrs. Jane Quinn indicted by
grand jury yesterday for murder.'
of her husband, John., Quinn,.
Nov. 2 - - ,-' v '
Mrs. Maude' Fairchild. Seayer
fined $50 and costs yesterday for
getting married. She' disobeyed
court order prohibiting her from r
marryingjintil year after date oj
divorce from "first husband
Waited 20 days. , ' ,
Joseph Smith, '1924 W"M"ad-
s.on arretted- for breaking wite
d'ow and-sJ:eaHt!gr9 pairs of shea
tt ... . .. f. .-r.., a-i i .1J-Z