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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Paul Thompson, chauffeur, ar
rested in Toledo, Ohio, for theft
of aufo of George Reichholdx 736
W. Madison St., brought back to
day. William Mackey, 11, 441 W.
Rqot St., tried to get on horse.
Fell. May die.
George Waddell, horseshoer,
621 N. Avers ave., kicked by
horse Thursday, died tpday.
,. . John-Jehlicka, 1637 S. Jefferson
St., shot and killed himself. Sui
cide. ' Marcus Lopaz, Mexican, ar
rested. Carried stiletto.
Paul R. Kean, 2846 'Fillmore1
St., and Thomas Ryan, arrested
for carrying revolvers.
Luke Welch, 126 N. 41st ave.,
refusejd drink in saloon of John.
Dineen, State and Harrison sts.
Bartenders 0'Brien"and Mich
ael -Dolan arrested for assault.
Said they refused him drinlc be
cause he was drunk.
Morris Rufer, 1025 Lytle st,
tailor, tried to .commit suicide in
Vernon Park by taking toothache
drops. Arrested charged with
John Krashal, M08Grand ave.,
stabbed by two robbers at Cur
tis st. and Carroll ave. County
Fred Erb, 1359 Wells St., se
riously burned by overturned
lamp. Slight damage to house.
Personal property and real es
tate of Cook county amounts to
$2,774,228,139 this year.
' .JBeaufort Martin, on. of rich.
paper mills owner, Middlston, 0.,
sentenced to 6 months in House
of Correction for pandering. $300
"Sailboat Miconda wrecked off
Milwaukee. Got on reef and tied
so she won't be pounded. Am
leaving in a dingy at 12 a. m
This note found in bottle in
lake at Lincoln park by Arthur
Backen, 13, 3732 Panssen ave.,
who was swimming. Life saving
station master looking up wreck.
Six -Texas long-horned steers
escaped from freight car on Belt
line, W. 14th st. and S. Western
One killed by train. Others
stampeded on streets. Caught by;
Charles Gardner, 42, 24 E. In
diana ave., found guilty of serious
charges preferred by his daughter
Alma, 14. Life imprisonment.
Anton. Frankiwicz, 40, 4454 S.
Wood St., while drunk, mistook
carbolic acid for whisky. Dead.
John W. Steel, 6632 Ellis ave.,
janitor, beat wife while drunk.
Sentenced to drink nothing
stronger than buttermilk.
Winifred Drury, 21 W. Super
ior, cashier 1279 Milwaukee av.,
held to grand jury on $1,500
bonds for larceny.
John Urebeski, 8, 1433 W. Chi
cago av., slightly hurt when Chi
cago av. car struck wagon he was
Signal victory won by Hyde
Park Protective Ass'n. Court
said licensee of saloon, ajt ,5.5th st,