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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Napoleon Meyers, 4 times mar
ried, tried to kill self with gas in
barber shop, 19 N. 40th av. Pa
trolman Murphy broke into store
to save' him. Murphy overcome
and both now in serious condi
tion. Herbert Burnham, 2755 S.
.Whipple st, shot twice and prob
ably fatally wounded by wife.
Wife found in bed after shooting.
Had been drinking. Arrested.
Eight alleged pickpockets,
drawn to Chicago by easy marks
attending Republican National
Convention, "arrested by plain
E. T. Nelson, 5111 Lincoln av.,
badly injured when auto he Was
driving struck by motorcycle. Cy
clist got away before his name
Policeman Nicholas Goles,
BOSS BILL WARD
Ward, who was the first boss to
go over to Roosevelt, is in Chi
cago, -telling what might have
Maxwell st. station, and Fred
Scheck, 2028 W. 20th St., saved
lives of Mrs. Anna Palarmo, 72,
and the babies of Tony Broadi,
when Broadi's home, 905 Miller
st, went up in flames.
Chas. A. Johnson, 4932 Wash
ington park court, in aul;o charg
ed down on Lincoln Park Police
man Johnson at Lake Shore
drive and North ave. Cop beat it,
but came back and arrested
Newly erected church of Our
Lady of Mercy, at Troy and.Sun
nyside aes, formally dedicated by
Bishop A. J. McGavick yesterday.
Probably the grand jury in
quiry into the alleged perjury of
the beef trust witnesses at the re
cent trial will ,be postponed until
And then postponed, and post
poned, and postponed!
Benefit for Bethel Home for
Convalescent Women and Chil
dren to be given by Ben Greet
players June 19 at Auditorium.
Policemen on guard over St.
Louis strikebreakers for Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul, at Union
st. crossing of railroad, went on
strike rather than eat, with scabs.
Given Pullman dining car for
The strike against the high
cost of kosher meat caused 50
riot calls to be sent in hy excit
able persons yesterday.
But the riots don't amount to
much. The big thing is that the
Jewish housewives, of Chicago
Just won't buy meat at the pres