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Was 101 years did. Daughters
say she was neevr sick up to time
she was 100.
Sigmond Walsoski, 1326 W.
Congress st., arrested charged
with annoying Leonora Conway,
2026 N. 41st ct, in Humboldt
park. $100 and costs.
Mrs. Mar Larson, 60, 5150 S.
5th ave., dropped dead in home of
son-in-law, 4353 S. 5th ave.
Anthony Krzywdzinski, 11,
1030 W. 32nd pi. stepped on nail.
Two hold-up merf entered res
taurant of Joseph Lotesta, 1520 S.
Wabash ave., and compelled wai
ter to give them contents of cash
drawer, $18. "
John Smith, alias Morgan, ar
rested for the theft of $300 coat
stolen, from store of Mme. J.
Langel, 440 N. Park ave.
John Klusky, carpenter, 4212
W. Madison St., crushed beneath
stairway in a building at 75 W.
Martha Grabowski, 21, employ
ed as maid by Edward J. Tran
dell, 1966 Evergreen ave., is miss
ing and also diamond earrings
valued at $135 and $15 in cash.
Police searching for Martha.
More than 20P marriage li
censes were issued in the county
clerk's office yesterday.
H. H. Vandby, 2755 Warren
ave., chauffeur, arrested when he
tried to pass while people were
getting off street car at Adams
and Dearborn sts. Fined $5 and
costs for breaking new ordi
nance. Martin Levine, 6, 1130 Blue
Island, ave., struck by auto truck
of People's Gas" LigHf -& Cbkj?
Co., driver S. J. Bradley. Fract
Mrs. Nellie Fennessy, 1105 Ww
13th st., has aslced police to look
for her 2j4-year-old ba"by, Marie;
Fire, last night, in four-story'
brick bldg. of Atwood, Steele
Pickle Co., 142838 W. 37th st
did $25,000 damage to stock. J
After long revolver fight, Thos2.
Shannon, ajleged box car thiet
with long police record, was over
pbwered in the home of Mrs. Marj
tha Maxwell, 3960 Western ave
where he barricaded himself and
took pot shots at police. "
Police say Shannon has robbed
freight cars of more than $25,000.
The politicians will now have
to reckon with the Bull Moose as
a real party. The Bull Moose
vote was so big in Vermont thai
the old time Republican majority;
of 25,000 was cut to a plurality,
and throws the election of gover
nor into the legislature.
Roosevelt Progressives swept
California and will control fhe
legislature. There will be no Tajj:
electors on the Fallot in Noverrf
ber, as the Bull Moosers captureot
the Republican party. i
Gov. Hiram Johnson got non
partisan reception at Lincqln
Neb., y e s t e rday. Republicans1,
Democrats and Progressives took
part, among them txov. Aldrich
and W.-J. Bryan. At the fair
enough voters signed Bull Moose
ticket to put it on omciai Dano
Boss Smith, defeated by Gov.
Wilson for U. S. Senate," is a&aia