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WHAT HAPPENED IK CHICAGO
Fred Keeshan, jud, 1225 W.
Congress st., bitten on facfe"1 and
neck by dog owned by August
Balsamo, 1221 W. Congress st.
Jacob Hess, 2351 W. Madison
st, arrested at W- Randolph and
Desplaines sts. Charged with
Two users were arrested and
told police about Hess, saying he
had sold it to them for months.
Fred Smeed, 1959 W. Monroe
St., bitten on 'right shoulder by
dog owned by Peter Antonsen,
715 S. Robey st.
370 poor children taken to Oak
Forest 'infirmary' grounds today
for- a week's outing.
Four peddlers arrested for
shouting their wares in an alley
between Van Bureri and Harrison
sts., near Desplaines st. $2 and
Gus Kanackis, one of them,
tried to bribe policeman. $5 and
A. F. Marquette, clerk of Chi
cago Heights, killed when street
car hit buggy at Chicago road
and 26th st., Chicago Heights.
Oscar Johnson, Chicago Heights,
ON AND OFF AND OFF AND ON
"Here's me chance t'
cop a "It takes a little noive an' a
steady hand, that's all.
"It's disgusting the way some
'of dese fresh guys tries t' floit.'