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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Landlords of loop hotels say
they will scorn practice in vogue
in New York of charging for
bread and butter.
. Forjy' girls played ragtime in
competition for positions as park
Human skeleton and decom
posed clay pipe unearthed by ex
cavators digging cellar on aban
doned farm near Elgin.
Joseph Prokopesk, 4509 'Tell
pi., stabbed by three men who
tried to rob him at Center ave.
and W. Huron st. County 'hos
pital. Sigmund Lojeweski ar
rested. Identified as one of men
Unidentified boy stopped P. J.
Fabbrihi, owner of saloon 205 W.
VanBuren st, and asked him for
match. 'Fabbrini thought it was
a hold-up. Yelled. Boy fled,
Peter Boras, 3243 N. Seeley
ave., found lying on sidewalk S.
Halted and W. VanBuren sts.
Policeman thought him dead, un
til he said, "Go way and let me
Charles Fay, 519 W". Madison
st., arrested, charged with rob
bery and disorderly conduct.
Burglars entered home of Mrs.
C. Droll, 4 E. Orange st. She
screamed. Escaped leaviftg loot.
Robbers entered home of A. J.
;Ford, 6116 St. Lawrence ave.
jewelry valued at $150 taken.
Mrs. Mabel Daley. 751 N. Cal-'
"ftornia ave., charges husband with
Joseph Horton Trask, 15, 329
N. Oakley ave., who disappeared
May 25., found at LaGrange.
Didn't like school.
John Kochlik, 12, 921 Will st,
struck by auto of Dr. E. P. Ken
nedy, 140 N. Prairie ave., Aus
tin, at Cornell st. and Milwaukee
ave. Internally injured.
Austin Burmingham, 2530 Cal
umet ave., fell from sidewalk to
street at S. Clark and Harrison
sts. Fractured arm. Hospital.
Peter Rosker, 1428 S. Halsted
st., aridChas. Marble vthrown
from ice wagon when it was
struck by Indiana car at S. Wa
bash ave. and E. 13th st. Rosker
bruised. Marble seriously in
jured. Charles Beck, 815 S. Oakley
blvd., teamster, seriously injured
when Harrison st. car struck his
wagon at Lytle st.
Theodore Hendrickson, 1975
Ogden aVe., quarreled with Frank
Smith over debt. Hendrickson
stabbed. Smith escaped.
Louis Cohen, milk dealer, 1426
W. 14th st, arrested for selling
impure milk. $25 and costs.
Lulu Blackwell, negress, found
guilty of killing Charles Vaughn,
her sweetheart, 3212 S. Dearborn
st., on Feb. 16. Sentenced to 35
years in penitentiary.
Miss Etta Netleburg, 26, 135 S.
Sangamon st., struck by S. Hal
sted st. car at S. Clark st. and
PeGk pi. Minor injuries. -"
Taking of testimony in, the
government suit against the In
ternational Harvester Co. was to
day postponed until Oct, 8 be-