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arrested for having too big a load.
$3 and costs.
.Leonard Bauman, 2, 5739 N.
Claremont av., pulled gas hose
connection from stovePulmotor
Geo. Mills, 17, 5745 Bishop st,
arraigned in Municipal 'Court,
charged with vagrancy. Contin
ued. Has been in Houscof Cor
rection 16 timesv
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Isarnuel Ban, 1642 'McHenry
st, fell from viaduct oyer C-& N.
iW- Ry. tracks at N. Jefferson st
and Milwaukee av., into, path of
switch engine. Seriously injured.
Robber snatched handbag from
"MrsW-CXaidey, 949 E. 63d St.,
at Drexei av. and E. 63d st. Then
tried to hug and kiss her. She
screamed. He "beat" jt.
Joseph Emsella, 35, 1752 W.
North av., who was trampled on
by a horse Monday, is dead from
Joseph Brown, 15, 446 Siegel
st, jumped in rear of wagon, to
which runaway team was attach
ed and drove them into trolley
( pole at Madison and Clark st
Unknown women threw her
arms around E. G. Minnick,
Galesburg, 111., on Cottage Grove
av., saying "Jt is years since I
have seen you." She left him at
next corner. He is now shy $50.
Hans Hanson, painter, held
'lighted candle near can of gaso
line while at work in building at
1657 Grand av. Explosion. Se
John Gardener, clerk in Des
plaines st court, has been trans
ferred to 35th precinct station.
"Out in the wilds," as he calls it.
Don't mind a little thing like
that, John. Look where young
"Hoops my dear" went yester
day. Wm. Bushnelk 60, 125 S. Hal
sted St., arrested last week in
Union Park when he tried to get
two young girls to accompany
him to a picture show, was fined
$25 and costs.
Bushnell has served a 5-year,
sentence in Joliet prison for rape
and lias served sentence in Bride
well for indecent liberties.
Nicholas Sasso, 28, 2408 Grand
av., who shot and seriously
wounded John Reilly, 21, 2209
Grand av., on July 27, 1911, ar
rested in Milwaukee yesterday by
Detective Antonio Gentile of
Ass't'Chief Schuettler's office.
Sasso was turned over to W.
Chicago av. police station, where
he says that Reilly and several
other fellows called him names.
"SHOOTERS' " MEETING
Union No. 14314 held a meeting
at W. O. W. Hall, 1122 W. Mad
ison st, last night. John Fitzpai
rick, president of the A. F. of L.,
presented the charter to the lodge
andJnstalled the officers elected
at a previous meeting. ,
Several candidates were ini
tiated. The next meeting will be
held Tuesday, Oct. l,"at W. O. W