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Two armed men held tap Thom
as Creighton and two customers
in Creighton's saloon, 275S Og
den ave., took $18, some cigars, a
drink and a walk.
Body of poorly dressed man
found in river near N. State street
bridge by police. Memorandum
book bearing name, A. J. Falck,
133 Milwaukee ave., and purse
containing $26.65 found in cloth
ing. Two robbers attempted to hold
up saloon of Morris Ledowsky,
729 S. Paulina, but were routed
after revolver battle with owner
"Sap" Zokalouski and Henry
Huze, 1224 W. 33rd street, quar
reled oyer girl at dance hall, 1344
W. 31st street. "Sap" hauled out
gun and punctured Huze's wrist.
Cooler for "Sap."
Charles L. May, owner of bar
ber shop at 1910 W. Harrison,
dropped dead yesterday during
argument wjth customer.
Felix Leschman, 2637 S. 42nd
ave., shot ,and probably fatally
wounded by David Dunn, bar
x tender in saloon, 1101 S. State.
Dunn claims self-deefnse, alleg
ing Leschmann entered' plate
flourishing revolver and seeking
revenge for an insult.
Stephen Swierczynski, 2121 N.
53rd court, crushed between two
s Grand ave. cars while policeman
was taking him to Cragin station
for disorderly conduct. Police
man jumped from in front of car.
Stephen died shortly after being
Edward Martinis W. .18th
street shot in arm ty Joseph
Scott, 2720 State, at 18th and
Clark streets. Scott arrested.
A. N. Hills, superintendent7
water wojks, Wheaton, Jll., run
over and instantly killed by train
on Northwestern railroad.
Reported that County Judge
Owens, elected delegate-at-large
to national Democratic conven
tion by Hearst-Ha'rrison rump
meeting in Peoria, will resign.
Two highwaymen held up and
slugged Dr. W. E. Hervey early,
today while he was on way to
dying -patient. After being re-
vived, doctor proceeded to his pa
tient, Mrs. Potasota, 1M7 Milton
ave., but she had died. Hervey
says her life might have been
saved had he reached her sooner.
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