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pleaded not guilty when arraign
ed at Joliet.
Police are searching for man
supposed to have set fire to three
story double brick building at 448
E. 4th street. Fire discovered in
. . three different parts of basement.
Isadore Katz, laborer, decapi
tated yesterday by a Chicago &
Alton R. R. switch engine near
S. Washtenaw ave.
Police searching for a woman1
about thirty-five years old, slim
built, five feet eight inches in
height and well dressed, with an
autcveil, who swindled A. Zelle
zeger, grocer on W. North ave,
out of $5.
Max Lipskitz, victim of 47th
and S. StatCstreet collision, died
at his home, S. Jefferson st.
In crossing the street in front
of his home, Frank Gro, S. Clark
st., was fatally injured by a Hal
sted street car.
A tame Homer pigeon was
found in the attic of the home of
W. B. Campbell, N. 45th ave.
W. Moran, J. Murray and J.
Nigero, each fined $50 for beg
ging. Municipal Judge Caverly
said he would not fine an honest
beggar, but "professional beggars
will be wiped out if I can accom
i plish it."
Following the discovery that
Carl Kessler, Sedgwiclc st, had
smallpox, the health department
has ordered 1,000 persons on the
north side to be vaccinated.
. Carl Sandwald, 9, N. Robey st,
was internally injured and had
left arm broken last night when I
run down by an auto at N, Robey j
and 'Wolfram streets. AutoraoT
bilist didn't stop. .
Robert A. Gardner, of Chicago
yesterday was voted Yale's ihand-J
somest man. Oh you beautiful
man, you great big nuf said.
Mrs. Susan Wesson, J56, 200 Sj
Hamlin ave., widow, fell fronl
porch on ,third floor, late yester-J
Mrs. Mary E. Eiterman, 82,
died at home of hCr brother, 3146
Lincoln ave. ,
Another "Dream Stick" Just
because "butter dropped from, 42
cents to 41, yesterday, why did
eggs jump from 45 cents to 48
The supply of cold storage eggs1
is said to be aljnosf exhausted.
The Hull House Standards de
feated the Medill Sophomores all
basketball last night, J3 to 7, atj
the Hull House.
Cold enough for you? Oh, itj
wont be long before' the ground
hog will come out. and then J!
Dr. Francis W. McNamara
filed suit against , he Chicago!
Motor club, Elgin Automobile
Road Race association and P. A.
JtfcHugh, contractor, for $20,000
damages. McNamara was injur-
ed on Aug. 26, 1911, when the'
grandstand collapsed at the auto!
races at Elgin, 111.
A CLOTHESLINE HINT
Clotheslines may be washed by!
winding them on a long board,
then scrubbing them with a brush!
This preventsthem from tangling
and makes them easy to wind,
once they are-dr"
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