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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
" 'A. K. Carr, 257 W. 63rd st, has
asked police to search for trained
monkey stolen from his barn,
John Rizinger, 2042 Lee pi.,
steeplejack, fell from flag pole to
roof of Central school in Oak
park. Serio'usly injured
Spencer Casey, 2842 Washing
ton blvd., ..switchman, brushed
from side step of -engine whije at
work in yards of C. & &. W Ry.
Seriously injured. . '
"James Cooling held up by two
masked men in his saloon at 3401
S". Leavitt st. Frightened away
without taking anything.
S. Rubin, 2107 LeMoyne ave.,
had pocket picked of $100 on a
12th st. car. Missed -$600 which
he'carried in his vest pocket.
' E. E. Crdthers and Joseph Hay
den were working on scaffold at
side of garagcat 2320 S. Wabash
ave., when ft fell Hospital.
Morris Brown, 21, 3234- Rich
mond avet, drrested' On serious
charges preferred, by v Clara La
Buda, 13, 1322 Holt ave., and
Josephine Chebanowski, 15, 1510
Els ton ave.
Body of unidentified man,
about 36 years old, found on door
step of home of Mrs. Mary Tu
rawsky, 1122 Front sf. All banged
up. Believed to have been mur
dered. Police investigating".
Joseph Springer, 25, teamster,
3015 Lawndale 'avV and Chas.
Mortiel, ld37 Rush st., arrested at
Center near W. Adams st as they
"Were entering alley way with
fcundle of clothing.
il Police found that clothing had
been stolen from wagon of
Weintz Teaming Co., 43 S. Sher
man st 'Both men held over to
grand jury on $500 bonds.
5 freight cars burned today on
the tracks of Santa Fe Ry. at W.
25th st. and Kedzie av. $15,000
loss. , ' r'f
County employes' will hereafter
receive their salary twice a month
instead of once.
Patrolmen who insist on slam
ming patrol boxes, especially at
night, willibe taken before the po
lice trial board.
Harold F. Hoops, son of
wealthy fireplace manufacturer,
has been released from Bridewell
after serving 26 days for insulting,
a young girl.
Morris Raffisky, 1038 W. Chi
cago ave., quarreled with wife.
Garbolic acid. Died.
Mrs. Mary H. Russell, 68, Ken
osha, "Wis., fainted and fell td
floor of Evanston ave. car. Taken
to drug store. Died.
Sigmund-Youndrvist, 1710 W
Huron s"t, who was shot by Po-i
liceman John Weidbush during a
quarrel in a dance "hall, died at
the county hospitaL
Bertha and Dora Gurosmach
5 and 3, played with matches
Set fire"t.p their home, 1310 John
son st. Rescued. Small damage.
Miss Mattie Schultz, 25, 1122
Winona st, struck by auto at
Jackson blvd. and State st Se
Mrs. A.' Lester, 60, 5140 Sheri
dan road, struck by taxi of the
Walden W. Shaw Co., at Waw
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