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Wojicezk Stactz, strikebreaker,
fatally injured while at work in
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
railroad yards, Blue Island.
Philip Ellis, negro, 3423 D,ear
"born, arrested on suspicion of be
ing burglar who got away with
$1,000 worth of jewelry from
5244 Lexington ave.
Horace F. Scruby, hero of last
year's Chicago University foot
ball"' eleven, married to Mary
Scranton Roe former co-ed, at
Masked and armed robber held
up Mrs. L. G. Leggett in her gro
cery, 5732 W. M.adison st Got
Wilhelmina Mannierfe, 1507
Dearborn ave., has broken en
gagement to Reginald P. Ken
nard, of Bbston, just because she
felt like it.
26 "Chinese arrested in gam
bling raid on joint in rear of
Quong Hong's store, 451 S. Clark
One of the first of life's little
impossibilities is keeping a China
man from gambling. It comes as
natural to him as cutting his
Hugh R. Stewart appointed to
Chicago's first auto-speeders'
court. Says he will enforce law
against speeders, rich or poor.
Icemen, by vote of 400 to 300,
accepted dealers' offer of $3 a
month raise, and threatened
strike is cancelled.
Viola Elvano, 2 years old, 929
S. Aberdeen St., died in fit of
' Joe Hartzog, 9244 Drexel ave.,
tried to make love to Mary Bales-,
kawich, 17, his niece. She repuls
ed him. Shot and fatally injured
her. 'Shot and killed self.
Wm. Yelberton, one of 4 men
who held up Alex. Gilmore,
watchman, Davidson Express
Co., fn front of his place, arrested.
The Woman's Party, or the
Clubwomen of Chicago, or the
Suffrage League, or whatever you
like to call 'em, seem to be get
ting into the same state of mind
as the members of the National
Republican party, and to be call
ing each other names copped off
from Roosevelt and Taft
Thomas Vick objected to atten
tions of Joseph Branch to his
wife. Branch shot and killed him
in his home at 2429 W. Madison
Sam Frye, negro, 3401 Wabash
got into fight over pool game in
billiard hall of John A. Brown,
3401 S. State st Now dying of it.
Say!. Have you noticed the
way the price of coal has been go
ing up ?
Sister Kern .has kindly post
poned his speech on the subject
of the election of Senator Lori
mer until that gentleman teaches
Regular pickpockets' home dis
covered by police in pool room
2236 Cottage Grove ave. Six es
caped. Residents of Burnham, 15
miles out, living in fear of incen
diary. Police looking for one
Fire in roominghouse, 1014
LaSalle ave. Interesting affair
from onlookers' standpoint, but
no serious damage.
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