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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORk
Friedlin Schneider, 1732 Cly
bourn av., leader of German band,
struck by auto of David D. Kind,
3002 take Park av. Will die.
I Contract for construction of
new County Hospital signed to
day Robber bound and gagged Jos
eph Aron of Aron Bros , drug
gists, 1758 W. 12th st. Got two
rmgs valued at $95 and emptied
cash drawer of $60 and '$40
jvorth of stamps.
Inquiry into death of Howard
Gill, killed in collision of aero
planes during Cicero aviation
nieet, resumed .today at Lanyon's
iriorgue, 415 W. 63d st.
Patrick J.. O'Donnell, 5351 S.
Justine st., paving inspector for
city, operated on for appendicitis.
Died. 20-years in employment of
c While chasing auto in which a
woman -was reported to have been
kidnaped, Hyde Park police auto
paltrql was wrecked.
On inquiry police fqund that it
was nothing but a family quarrel
in the auto.
x Ella Sullivan, 4, 1548 W. 13th
st, struck by horse of A. IS. Mars
fopsa, 1344 y. Taylor st, at
llaflin and W. 13th sts. Seriously
Health Commissioner Geo. B,
Toung has begun preliminary
work of enforcing new' milk ordi
nance. 1 Bailiff M. J. Cassidy ofr the
Clark sf. station, topk gunny
sack of revolvers, knives, razors,
and o'ther weapons which -Have
been taken from prisoners, over
to the city hall. Wifl be thrown
into the lake.
Peter Bartzen, president of the
county board, has planned to give
the county 40 acres of land ad
joining the county Infirmary at
It will be used as a hospital for
consumptives. The gift will be
made next Saturday.
Mrs. Emma Bentz, secretary to
the civil service commission, rob
bed of diamond by pigeon. The
pigeon returned it to her windov
in the city hall. ,
John C. Lyons, 6pS' LaSalle
ave., struck' by C. & W. I. Ry
train at E. 95th st. Killed.
Daniel A. Tear, principal of the
Gladstone public school, Robey
st. and Washburn 4veM deniej
having received black hand let
ters. Says story originated among
Mrs. William H. Quinlan, 6446
Ellis, ave.,. wife of an attorney,
has offered $500 reward for arrest
of murderer of her father, P. J.
Burns, killed $ept. 7, on his farm
near Carthage, N. Y..
Two auto tires valued at $135
stolen from auto of F,rank Mar
ietta,. 1521 Belmont ave.
Charles Calvick, 1238 Cornell
St., peeved because wife went
after warranty for his arrest for
disorderly conduct. Used rope.
Mrs. C. E. Cleveland, 1962 Wil
son av,, hadf5 other people in her
electric car.. When she arrived at
cify .limits of Evanston she was
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