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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Stanlpy Kamowska, 8, 1224
Holt street, and Andrew Hilma,
8, 1415 W. Division, attempted
to rob Roman Tlyniewicz, 9, a
newsboy at Milwaukee ave. and
Noble street. When he resisted
one of young bandits stabbed him
!in right temple, destroying eye.
Cazimer Kamowska, father of
one of boys, also arrested for try
ing to prevent police from taking
1 Three bandits entered home of
Mrs. George Mitchell, a widow,
732 La Salle ave., early today,
beat her, bound her to bed, and
escaped with money and checks
worth $5,000. Threatened her
with death if she did not reveal
hiding place of valuables.
Will of John R. Walsh, who
died shortly after being paroled
from Leavenworth penitentiary,
may be contested by his sons, be
cause of statement by W. T. Ab
bott, surviving witness of signing
of paper, that Walsh was insane
at time. Will left everything to
Reinhold Thomas, 32, 2659 No,
Halsted St., wife, two children
and brother were found uncon
scious, early today overcome by
gas from a leaking feed pipe in
the kitchen of their home.- They
had lived in the house one day.
Physicians say that there is hope
of saving their lives.
r Edward Kavanaugh; singer at
Bridgeport Theater, tried to con
vince audience' that "The Green'
Grass Grows All Around," After
the show four men stopped him
.at Archer ave. and Keeley street,
and threw muriatic acid in his
face. Said there "wasn't no such
Miss Lillian Siegel, 1326 S.
Troy, has sued Isaac Scheff, sec
retary Kedzie Sayings Bank, for
$50,000 damages, allegeing he
failed to keep promise to marry
Thomas Mijrphy of the Prim
rose quartet, singing at the Ma
jestic, help up at N. Oakley and
Austin ave. Robbers took watch,
pin, $10 in cash and hjs card. Re
turned his jewelry after hearing
him sing, but kept the coin.
State factory inspector last
night ordered Blackstone theater,
to remove Morris Millington, 7-year-old
boy, from cast of show
playing there. Under age limit.
News is shy. News is very shy.
And the Tribune, with commend
able enterprise, is now receiving
news of suicides before they hap
pen. Yesterday received a note
from Walter G. Freuncj 439 Ros
lyn place, intimating he would
end his life. ' i
Clyde Taylor, negro, sent to
penitentiary for one year for rob
bing Miss Emily Phelan, 3640 In
diana ave., of $150 night of Nov,
4. Trial lasted 16 minutes.
Chicago milk wagon drivers to
ask increase in wages, from em
ployers. Now are guaranteed
minimum of $18 a week, and com
mission on sales over certain
"No Vote No Tax. League"
wants' 88 more members who will
refuse to pay taxes until they are
given suffrage. Now has mem-