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1 Frank F. Slaght, 2032 E. 69th
St., Cleveland, O reported loss of
$,129 in jewelry from room in
"Arthur C. West" slugged at,
"Adams and Wabash nights ago
for mysterious reasons, discover
ed to be Dr. Charles West, 3417
So. Park ave. Skull fractured.
Frank Chambers, 26, discover
ed in room of Josi Driscoll, 533"
Hartland court. Carried bur
Ray Burbank, 25, waiter, ar
rested for pandering, on com
plaint of Irene Spaid. $2,000
bond. ' '
Patrick Doyle, 19 teamster,
5219 So. Carpenter St., caught in
elevator door, Hearst bjdg. Suf
fered severe injuries. "Dfd-it-all"
Hearst seems to spell had luckfdr
Ordinance prohibiting scalp
ing of tickets to theaters or ball
games recommended for couricil
passage. Penalty to be, revoca
tion of licence. '
Fire on 2nd floor of C. Jevne &
Co., 32-34 So. WabasH, 6530 last
evening, caused panic amdng
women workers on upper floor.
All rescued. Crossed electric
wires, $50,000 damages
' -Henry Mahaney and wife, 3769 :
Lake ave., arrested, fraudulently
soliciting money for civil war vet
erans. Had collected '$280. J
Mrs. C. F. Tourninger, Mus
catine, la., who disappeared-10
days ago, and was found1 at 90S
Webster ave., Chicago, has gone
again. Husband on way from
IN CHICAGO TODAY
While driving wagon at corner
of LaSaJle and VanBuren sts.
Walter Anderson, 1838 Michigan
ave., was struck by another
wagon' and knocked to street
Seriously injured. County hos
George Gregorpe, colored, 50
W. 27th place, was working on
iop of elevator at 184 W. Wash
ington st. Man stepped into ele
vator and started up, but it stop
ped when Gregorpe's head struck
roof of eleVator ',haft Large cut
6-ton printing press oeing re
moved from 6th floor Rand-Mc-Nally
bldg., broke cables and
crashed through stone sidewalk.
Nellie Hallis, 3, 1303 Waller
St., died from, burns suffered when
she overturned wash boiler of hot
Rocco Miraglio, 13,7 22nd ave.,
attempted suicide by eating rat I
poison. Will recover. '
'John Petrikis, 11512 Front ave.,
Pullman, killed byl. C train at
' Gustave Hallios,. 328 W. Chi
cago a.ve.y fined $2 and costs' for
selling sjiort-weight potatoes.
Grain steamer -Lake1 Shore,
bound'for Duluth, carrying 210,-
000 bushels of grain, became
lodged on Washington st. tunnel
4 a. m. yesterday. Blocked river
for 5 hours.
Wm. Chambers, 1236 Sedge
wick st., fined $200 and- costs for
beating wife and 3 children.
Frank Kroncke, 727 Gardner st,
only beat his wife, so he got off
light, $100 and costs.
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