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LOCAL EVENTS IN'TABJLOID FORM
Nine frame buildings in block
bounded by Church street and
Dodge, Barrow and Lyons aves.,
Evartston, destroyed by fire, with
loss of. .$30,0007 Hrfrty persons
partially overcome by smok,e. ,
James Hetherington838i King
place, scalded about legs and
body whenMre fell into" vat of boil
ing water at plant of Boyle Ice
Cp., 1125 Eddy street.
Frank Pooler, Hamrriond Ind.,
and his son, Earl, fought over' a
board bilh at Harrison and Cterk
streets. Clark street station.
Illinois State Barassociatiqnfis
meeting at Hotel LaSalle. Sim
plification of court procedure will
Frank Garomoh, 6,j5HfW. 60
,street, struck and seriously in
jured by auto truck owned by Jas.
E. 'Curtis & Co. Chauffeur ar
rested, "If you want to 'bum 'bum'
around witji your Wife. Husbands
should not be out" after 9 o'clock
at night without good excuse."
Judge tSoodnow of domestic rela-
tioqs cotirt in passing on family
spat. ' ''
E5dwardBurian, 19, 5036 So.
Winchester Tave.,t fined $5 and8
costs for shooting" birds 'withsling,
"ho$. -i. v"
Burglar enters home of A. J.
Witherall, 5203 Wiijthrop ave.,
by clintbing rain pipe Escaped
' with $500 in jewelry.
Policeman Henrys Krumbine,,
'22nd St station, snatched Mrs.
Katie Lorrando, 68, 2746 Union
jave., frpm in front of moving"
26th street car. r
Thomas Newbold, proprietor
Exchange Hotel, 22 e! Van Bu
ren street, found guilty of jjper
atingf disorderly place. Claims
conspiracy J -
John AbodalOOSGault court,
had four ribs nd left leg brok
en ivhen codcrete mixer fell on
MrsMcGrath, 2712 W. Adams
strpf nnA 'Mic Tla'icv T? "Wit-
hson,834 R 83th placet cut by fly
ing glass when window m store
of F. W. Woolworth &Co., Mon
roe aand State streets; Was blown
out by; wind.
Mrs. Mary Height, 3144Flour
noystre6t, sent her children to
store and then ended her life by
owning burners in gas range.
Thomas McCarthy, driver, en
giie Co. 30, seriously injured
when thrown from his seat re
Fire early today did $5,000
damage to Star Theater 1453
Milwaukee ave, ; Foifr families in
adjoining buildings rescued by
Fifteen-foot flagpole; bjown
from, rddf of Tobey' Furniture Co.
building, Wabasff and Washing
ton, narrowly missing Cottage
Grove ave. car. Passengers in
panic oireets crowaea. ao one
Frances Netzel, 17, 1623 Gi
rarcl street, who disappeared from
her home TnesdaV, returned fo-
"day. Said she had been drugged
on street by map known to her
s "Joe,", and takfen on train to
hack'near St Joseph, Mich. Po
lic1rs,eaf ching'-for abductor.