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attempted to extinguish "fire in
Ten.building inspectors, James
Pendergast, chief inspector of
West division; Francis M. En
right, chief of the North division;
Peter C. Kearney, Fred Loren
zen, Charles J. Kennedy, John
W. Murphy, Oliver Johnson,
Philip Hanus, Frank DeLavy and
George Byrnes, deputies, sus
by Building Commissioner Eric
son. Charges will be preferred
late this afternoon. Some will be
accused of graft and bribery, and
others of inefficiency.
Body of Gustave Meister, 1552
Wells street, found on walk on
Kedzie near Winnemac early to
day. Thought to have frozen to
Did you hear the big explosion
today. The Roosevelt national
committee was in session, and
they were all shouting whatla fine
man the colonel is, savior of the
party, and all that. But they
were all worried as to whether
he'd run or not.
Police discovered dark object
on ice in lake supposed to be the
body of sladore De Clark, light
house keeper, who has been miss
ing two weeks. They were unable
to reach body because of ice
Former Gov. Yates today an
nounced his candidacy for the
Republican nomination for gov
ernor. Offers himself as man to
unite the party. Incidentally, he
hopes to unite with the payroll.
Otto Quade, retired banker of
Staunton, 111., wandered all night
on North Side and suburbs of
city, his mind a blank. Found irr
Winnetka nearly frozen to death.
Taken home, and one of his ears
may have to be amputated.
"Mr. Quade recently sold out
his banking intere sf$r 03,050
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plains the Evening Journal. No
wonder a man with all that on his
mind lost his memory.
Henry Schoonveld, 3700 W.
71st street, went rabbit hunting
yesterday. Poked butt end of his
gun into rabbit warren and died
Restaurant of Stephen Shara
los, 4007 Milwaukee ave., held up
early today. Bandits rifled cash
register. James P. Enestehas,
William Campner and Michael
Kooras arrested as suspects after,
police fired several shot at them.
Edward M. Chow, robbed of
$150 and locked in icebox at 2452
S. Wabash, earlv today bv three
men. Almost frozen when re
leased. Alexander Adams, Gary, Ind.,
dying at St. Bernards hospital
from fractured skull. Thought
to have been .assaulted by crew
of South Chicago car, for whom
police are searching.
Putting some information in
your paw. we chronicle that the
Lorimer investigation ended yes
terday. A decision will not be
rendered before June 1. We can
stand the suspense.
Miss Winnie Barron, stenog
rapher, living at Glen Ellyn, Illr,
run over and bruised by Adams
Exptess Co. wagon in front of
new Northwestern station. Au-'
gust Lehman was driver.
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