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who was robbed Sunday night,
was tied. Murphy confessed to
Albert J. Johnson, charged
with an $80 embezzlement and re
leased under bonds of $1,500.
Took the first train to Hammond,
Ind., where he was married to a
young woman. He would not re
veal woman's name. -
Fire partly destroyed a two
story barnt'the rear of 2960 S.
La Salle '-street Two horses
burned to death.'
Commissioner Addison C.
Wells, criticised the poor lights
on Washington, Ashland and
Jackson Blvd's. at a meeting of
the board yesterday afternoon at
Union Park. A new lighting sys
tem is being planned. It's about
Fire in a five-story brick pianu-
facturing plant at W. 14th" street
and S. Western ave., threw hun
dreds of workmen and women in
to a panic this morning shortly
after the starting whistle had
blown. Cause was attributed to.
crossed electric wires. All em
ployes escaped in safety.
John Mqpermott, 4723 S. Lea
vitt street struck and thrown ten
feet by a west-bound 35th street
car, while crossing Emerald ave.
Taken to Provident hospital suf
fering from slight cut on back of
head. ' .
Mother of James Allusgossen
8, lOOy7 S. Wabash ave., who was
bitten by a dog a month ago and
died this morning, reported to the
police that she tried to get the
boy in a hospital but could not be
cause she did not have $50. For
got name of hospital.
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