Burglars entered bakery of
Henry Hockstetter early today.
There was no money in cash reg
ister, so they took the register
Big noise heard all over coun
try this afternoon was not T. R.
calling somebody "another." It
was something really important.
Were you out on the South Side?
Police are trvinff to learn iden
tity df companions of Anna Koll,
25 year old, found unconscious
last night on the sidewalk at W.
21st place and S. Ashland ave.,
$Jb money or jewelry on her per
son. The woman is Polish or
"People who keep vicious dogs
should be prosecuted to full ex
tent of the law." Chief of Po
lice McWeeney, after little Anna
DeCalvo was killed by a mad dog.
Chiefs bulldog attacked a
spaniel near chief's home, 2948
Vernon ave., this morning, and
was killing his adversary. Mrs.
J. Drolette, a neighbor, feared the
dog would attack her two chil
dren, gave a man a revolver, and
told him to shjyot the bulldog.
Chief McWeeney is now without
Prof. Arden Johnson, De Paul
university, painfully burned when
pan of chemicals exploded this
afternoon. Students of class beat
out flames in professor's clothing,
and he was rushed to hospital.
Burglars broke into South Park
station of the I. C. early today,
stple a number of tickets, and all
Stanley Ihulin. &, 529 W Divi
sion street, knocked down by
street car in front of his home.
Picked Up by pedestrians. Alleg
ed car crew kept on after boy was
George Robinson, formerly
farmer in Oklahoma, attending
Chicago Dental College, com
mitted suicide by shooting, at his
rooming house, 1804 W. Adams
street. He was despondent over
bad investments, and depressed
by city life.
George F. Cathro, Alpena,
Mich., met three strangers yes
terday who offered to take him to
Jackson park to see site of
world's fair. Yes, he-matched
pennies with them. $120,
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