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Mrs. Jane Nesbit and her two
children rescued by firemen in a
blaze at 2514 Prairie ave. Dam
age, $1,000. Patients in Mercy
hospital panic stricken by clang
of fire bells,
Otto Koeppe, 1922 W. Madi
son, arrested in act of robbing
drug store of R. S. Sawyer, 1803
tW. Madison, early today. Sergt.
Walsh of Wl Lake street station
subdued robber afterf desperate
Dr. Daniel K. Pearsons, aged
philanthropist, died early today
at Hinsdale sanitarium. Had
endowed many colleges.
In a small fire at 3513 Went
worth ave., a race mix-up occur
red. The street was filled with
Jews, Chinamen and negroes, also
other kinds of smoke.
William Richard, teamster,
1900 Nelson street, kicked in
abdomen and killed bv a hbrse.'i
Police claim Richard was beating
the horse, which could not pull
Work on new school supply de
partment building on Robey
street, between Polk and Taylor
will be begun next week.
Body of Martin Drew, 45,
Cleveland, Ohio, found in Chica
go river at Canal street bridge.
Wm. Hicks, 124 So. Halsted
St., dying of lockjaw. Stepped
on rusty nail.
t B. N.JRobinson, civil engineer,
Chicago, killed near Trempelleau,
Wis., by passengetraih.
v Judge Caverly fined 3 peddlars
$3 and cos& each for crying their
John Strain, 75, 6235 Langley
ave., dropped dead in grocery
store. Heart disease.
$900 jewelry stolen from home
of Mrs. H. B. Burnham', 1518 E.
Edward Steer, president, and
John Luebke, vice-president,
New City Produce Co., arrested
for illegal manufacture of oleo
margarine. Arraigned vbefore U.
S. Commissioner Fqote, held in
bonds of $10,000 each.
r Prank Osborn, photographer,
2059 Lincoln ave., fined $100 and
costs for severely beating Mary
Coles, 19,. 161 5 No. Park ave.
when she refused to allow him to
enter house to beat her father.
Daniel Owens, lawyer, 6323 So.
Ashland ave., arrested for pass
ing worthless check.
Wm. Von der Janczyk, who
claims he is graduate of Heidel
berg university and that his fath
er is Lieut. Col. in German army,
fined $10 and costs for obtaining
money under false pretenses.
Priests and ministers testified l
Cnarles Montgomery, 1920 W.
Adams St., attempted to enter
home of Mrs. Victor T. Malm
gren, 3746 Racine avjL Arrested
after chase. Had loaded revolvqr.
Mrs. Ida Wolchanovesky, wife
of Harry Wolchanovesky, filed
$25,000 alienation suit against his
father and sister.
D. E. Dillingham, guest at
Blackstone hotel, suffered attack
of insanity in room,. Wife sum
moned aid. Removed to orivate
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