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CHICAGO DOINGS BRIEFLY TOLQ,
We- are saturated with inter
est to learn that Len Small jieads
the republican primary ballot for
the gubernatorial nomination.
Harry Fisher, 1338 S. Union,
arrested by Policeman Coan and
Murphy of Maxwell street sta
tion. After being- in cell three
hours complained he had been as
saulted by one of the officers. Re
moved to County hospital with
contusions on his abdomen.
.Ernest Paschke, 38, shot by a
bandit who attempted to held him
up in his grocery at 1436 W.
63rd street, died today at St.
Paul V. Perry, representative
of the Illinois progressive repub
licans, says favoritism and. irreg
ularities were rife in petition fil
ing at Springfield. Says petitions
mailed with special delivery
stamps were given precedence ov
Street car on 22nd street ram
med by Burlington freight and
ten passengers slightly hurt.
John Miller, railroad watch
man, and E. Joyce, street car con
ductor, are blamed by police.
Half an hour later six more
persons were injured when two
street cars crashed at 22nd and
Windows, doors, aspirations
and booms were smashed at the
filing of political petitions in the
election commission's office this
morning. Several persons were
cut by flying glass.
John Winn, 1459 Wrightwood
ave., street car conductor, awak
ened other roomers in house by I
standing in second floor corridor,
shouting and waving his arms.
Ambulance. Examination will
be made as to sanity.
He was probably dreaming,
arfd trying to achieve the almost
impossible getting them, to
"move up in front."
Herman Davis, 1513 Wieland
street, arrested on complaint of
his mother, who says he is "lazi
est boy in Chicago." His sched
ule: Bed, 10:30 p. m., arises,
noon; lunch, and then afternoon
in nickel shows; home for supper
at 6:30; more nickel shows until
Leo Vandredil, wealthy fish
merchant, Two Rivers, Wis., has
been missing from home of his
brother-in-law, William Vosh
ard, 1441 W. Congress street,
since Wednesday. Missing man
had $250 in his possession, and
went down town Wednesday
morning to purchase supplies.
Patrick Gettdngs, 63, and his
wife, Kate, 73, found destitute in
basement at 738 Townsend street.
Husband confined to bed, his legs
being frozen two weeks ago,
when he fell on street uncon
scious. They had no fire, and
only 3 cents to buy food. Tem
porary relief given by Chicago,
Mrs. Jane Moran found alone
in basement at 812 Townsend.
No fire. Only income is $5 a week
earned by 17-year-old daughter,
who works in a box factory. Both
cases reported to county agent.
Two bandits held up bartender,
waiter and customer in buffet at