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N. Clark and W. Ontario by auto
driven by Fred Cunningham, of
Explosion of kettle of type
inetal in Inter Ocean bldg., 51 W.
Monroe St., set fire to roof. $500
A. C. Thumm, 1221 S. Wabash
ave., held up, beaten and robbed
of $1,500 worth of jewelry on W.
Ontario near Dearborn aVe.
John Brown, 1100 W. Monroe
St., robbed of $25 by 3 men in fear
of saloon at 629 W. Madison.
John Bannaitis, bartender, under
Milk war has broken out in
Evanston again. Bombs of bad
Smelling drugs thrown at vhouses
where milk had been left by A. F.
Johnston Dairy Co.
Walter Bishop, 4155 Potomac
ave., probably fatally injured
When scaffold on which he was
WOfking under Randolph st via
duct struck by L. C. engine.
Bertha Fiendt, 642 Sherman
place, made her sixth attempt to
end her life by turning on gas in
her room. Revived.
M. J. Karpelles, head of jewelry
firm of Providence, R. I., praises
Chicago police for capture of Du-
mont gang of daylight robbers.
Karpelles ought to" praise
"Fainting Bertha" Liebecke, who
got so jealous of Adolph Du
mont's attentions to another Wo
man that she tipped the Pinker
tons to watch him.
Geo. Mestach, French aviator,
flew 27 miles to Chicago from
Joliet just to avaid paying rail
Frank Samiiels, 2246 W. 25th
St., electrocuted while at work in
plant of J. P. Ryerson Mfg. Co.,
W. 16th and S. Rockwell sts.
Herman Lillard, 2937 S. Dear
born St., and John Bibbs, 2833 S.
State st, negroes, both shot dur
ing quarrel over 15 cents at 29th
and S. State st.
Leo McNuIty, 13, son of T. J
McNulty, millionaire head of Mc
NuIty Bros., plasterers, killed by
propeller of his motor boat at
Day after being released from
Bridewell through pleading of
wife, Sam Hawkins, 28 W. Su
perior st, beat her up and robbed
her of $3. He'll go back.
" Marguerite Saxton, once favor
ite Shakespearean actress and
pfominent in society, is dying at
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