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CHICAGO DOINGS BRIEFLY TOLD
I Four men and a woman hurt in
collision of 59th street ancl Hal
sted street cars last night, due to
- George McFadden, Pullman,
told police he had been "robbed of
$19 by two men who took him
into side room of Manhattan sa
loon, 806 S. State, and beat him.
Miss Caroline E. Knipping, 21,
who alleges that she has suffered
injury because of shock from tel
ephone receiver, has sued Chi
cago' Telephone Co. fo $25,000.
Miss Lucy Page Gaston of
Anti-Cigaret League told city
county committy that campaign
cigars were harmful.
You know it! We've often re
fused to xote for a man because
he slippe'd lis flor de cabbage.
Trailing'the Harmon presidential-boom,
the Taft boom stole
info the city today. Boom!
Boom!y "Nothing but death,"
Voting on a proposition last
night," the Gary council, compos-ed'of-8
members, polled 10 ballots
one7 time and 9 another. Police
of expansion has taken root in
Anna Anderson, 19, 2416 Sem
inary, who left her home a week
ago, sought food and shelter at
42d street police station last
night and asked that parents be
notified. Said she left home be
cause she was forced to go to bed
every night at 9 o'clock.
George Murray and "Eph"
Harding, lieutenants of Mont
Tennes, gambling king, accused
of attempt to bribe policeman.
Warrants were taken out for
I them month ago, but men "blew '
town day when they werenssued.' '
Investigation will be made to see; -who
"tipped them off."
Two South Side "L" trains'
collided just south of 12th street'
this morning, and passengers-
were shaken up.
Karl Kahilainan, a tailor, com-"'
mitted suicide by gas in tailor '
shop at 115 S. Dearborn.
Giuseppe Macaluo, believed tp'c
have been member of Camorra,
arrested by U. S authorities on,
charge of murder, preferred by ''
Italian government. Charged -with
kidnapping a boy in 1905
and murdering him. Macaluso r
lives at 1022 Milton ave. Was ar- 1
rested in North Side Italian col
ony. Home of John Burke, 9234 Erie ?
ave., South Chicago, destroyed'!
by fire early today. Family fled
to street in night clothing.
Anna Anderson, Seminary ave.,'13
who ran away from hoiqe a week'
ago, walked into the Twenty-lf
second street station and gave
herself up today. She has been
suffering from cold and hunger.
Claiming that her features
were marred and her Hearing in
jured while talking over a tele-''
phone, Miss Caroline E. Knip- '
ping, 21, has brought suit against
Ithe Chicago Telephone Co. for
Dr. Arthur W. Morrow of'
Hinsdale, stepson of Charles B.. '
Morrow, alleged to have been1'
killed by his wife, Mrs. Rene B
Morrow, now undergoing pre-
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