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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
R. R. Bryan, 30, 3615 Cottage
Grove ave., structural iron work
er, arrested Saturday. Drunk.
Told Judge Wells today he was
locked in cell that he built hirn
Charles Groo, Forest Park,
German immigrant, fell backward
off porch at 705 Hartland court.
Mrs. Leona C. Sparnen, deaf
mute, Zanesville, O., arrived here
in search of her husband, D. C.
Sparnon, who deserted her in
Mrs. Elizabeth Hutchinson,
Newark, N. J., appealed to police
here to find her husband, who dis
appeared from her home myster
iously. Believed to be in city.
Sunday aviation is forbidden
in Woodstock, 111. They allow
Sunday baseball and moving pic
Following' an absence of 20
years, Rev. "Alfred Anderson as
sumed pastorate of First Swedish
and Methodist Episcopal church.
The rearranged through route
No. 1 line went into effect today
on the North Side. The new
near-side cars will be used.
G. Zintarski, 4057 Eberly ave.,
struck by Elston ave. car at El
ston and Eberly aves. Seriously
injured. ' -.
Body ofVWiegand Kroehne, 65,
found in lake at foot of Grace st.
Organic heart disease.
Democrats planning campaign
of "big guns" for Illinois in Octo
ber. Wilson will speak here on
10th; Bryan about 18th," Champ
Clark about 15th, Gov Marshal
Oct. "11 at Baris, Ollie James,
Hoke Smith and Sen. James A.
Reed on dates not announced.
William Kolacek, 630 S. Ash
land ave., pres. of West. Park
Board and head of Wm. Kolacek
& Co., 2030 Milwaukee ave., de
clared an involuntary bankrupt.
Assets estimated at $75,000,
with liabilities amounting to
R. E. Stiles, 2832 Indiana ave.,
struck by motorcycle of Charles
Krai, 1511 W. 19th, at 22nd st.
and Wabash ave. Slightly bruis
ed. Krai fined ,$18 and costs by
Judge Wells, Clark st. court.
- W. H. White, motorman on
Cottage Grove ave. car, dropped
dead at 57th street. Car ran wild.
Panic. Conductor stopped car.
No one hurt. '
Rosie Rosenberg, 1, 2918 N.
Clark st., swallowed strychnine
While being taken to station in
patrol, Mamie McCoy, negress,
tried to escape. Stabbed Police
man John Kaliher several times
on arms. Overpowered.
Charles Neilson, 1429 W. Chi
cago ave., slashed brother Ed
ward with knife and hit him with
crowbar. Seriously injured.
Charles then hung himself on
hook on wall; cut his throat and
put tube from gas jet in his
Mrs. Neilson, his mother, faint
ed when she saw dead body of
Charles. Expected to die.
The "axman" who has been