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NEWS OF TH DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
In Hearst's Examiner today is
a half page ad. of the Remington
typewriter. In Hearst's American
today is an editorial roasting peo
ple who do not write 'their letters
on a typewriter Merely another
illustration of how Hearst uses
his newspapers to get money
from his readers for his adver
tisers. But there are others.
Most of the publishers are in ca
hoots with their advertisements
to coax money out of their read
ers. Three bandits robbed saloon
at 2760 W. Lake street of $360
today. One entered firs and en
ticed bartender to rear room.
Confederates then opened cash
register, took the money and ran.
Bartender pursued them and first
man disappeared. All escaped.
Small fire in department store
of Samuel Lyons & Co., 1136-38
S. Halsted, caused clerks and
shoppers to flee to street early to
day, but damage was only $150.
Four men and woman arrested,
"charged with holding up saloon
at 809 N. Robey street. Identi
fied by owner. Were arrested
in another place on charges of
disorderly conduct, but coins
taken from saloon led to their
identification as robbers.
Here is a list of our four depre
dations committed by utilitarian
"George Thomhill, druggist,
3858 Grand blvd., reported $26
worth of perfume stolen from his
Sixty dollars' worth of candy
taken from Russian Candy Co.,
'627 S. Center ave.
Coffee and tea valued at $50
stolen from store of Tannebaum
& Horowitz, 1106 S. Halsted.
Fifteen dollars worth of oats
stolen from stable of Pabst
Brewing Co., W. 42nd and S.
Fire in a restaurant at 123 W.
Chicago ave. extinguished with
Frank Ambrosic, 707 Grand
ave., cut three times with razor
during quarrel with Frank Mar
ando, 934 Grand ave., his brother-in-law.
Police rushed former to
hospital, and latter escaped.
Captain of Detectives Halpin
yesterday warned managers of
Wellington, Grand Pacific, Grant
arid Saratoga hotels that he
would raid their places if they al
lowed improper persons to regis
ter. Also says he will continue
crusade against "shady" hotels in
Charles Schmidt, formerly
of Maywood, and Bertha Dreves,
maid formerly employed in his
home, arrested at 141649th court,
Cicero, on charges made by
Schmidt's wife, who says her hus
band left her without support.
He is 42, and girl he was arrested
with is not yet 20.
August Krueger, 2829 N. 43d
ave., had left leg crushed by
Northwestern train. Crawled
half a mile in search of aid before
being found. Removed to county
hospital, and is expected to die as
result of loss of blood and ex
posure. Firemen extinguished blaze in