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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS ' .
Wm. Duckley, 23, 238 W. 29th
St., shot in abdomen by unidenti
fied -man. Seriously wounded.
Burglar entered home of Mrs.
Emil Baumn, 2731 Irving ave.
She threw dish pan at him. He
Yesterday was the hottest Oct.
6 for 33 years.
Leotta Keller, 20, 411 N. Wil
low St., Austin, arrested on
charges preferred by Mrs. Grace
Southwich, 5212 W. Madison st.,
Austin. Says she swindled her
out of $8 worth of groceries.
Wladyslaw Golis, 18 months,
4544 Justine St., who turned pan
of burning grease on himself Sat
urday, died today.
Daniel Madden, 69, foiind dead
in home of his daughter, Mrs. K.
W. Rathbunv 2122 W. Madison
st. Heart failure.
R E. Harding, 4569 Oaken
wald av., held up and rofibed of
$4 at 46th st. and Lake av.
F. J. Martin, Springfield, O.,
met two strangers as he was
leaving Polk st. depot. Matched
pennies. He is $100 short.
Agnes Gordon, 18, 8749 Esca
naba av., S. Chicago, arose early
to go to mass. Burglar stuck re-
volver in her face, threatening to
kill her if she made any noise.
She screamed. He escaped.
Michael Loscraski, 8613 Balti
more av., wore straw hat. Crowd
saw him. When he came to in the
hospital he found he had some
thing new on his head 3 stitches.
Unknown auto struck motor
cycle of Jacob Friedma 25, 2129
Potomac av., and Louis Sinken,
28, 1424 N. Leavitt St., at W. Di
vision st. and main drive to Hum
boldt Park. Both severely
Mrs. H. Wilson, 23, 607 La
Salle av., tried to end life by tak
ing antiseptic pills. Quarreled
with husband. Revived.
Members of the Illinois state
naval reserves left for N. Y. to
take part in the naval review of
Oct. 12 to 16.
Burglars entered apartment of
J. Hamilton Lewis, Virginia
Hotel, Ohio and Rush sts., and
took $6,500 worth of jewelry.
One ton of dairy butter will be
given to deserving poor here dur
ing the National Dairy Exposi
tion, Oct. 24to Nov. 2.
Mrs. James Prine, 316 N. Har
vey av., struck by auto of Mrs. A.
C. Buck, Austin, at Lake st. and
Kenilworth av. Seriously bruised.
Edward Tauch, 2012 Blue Is
land av., struck by auto at S. Ash
land av. and W. 22d st. Seriously
injured. Auto escaped.
Miss "Cy" Woodman, New
York, traveling from New York
to San Francisco on motorcycle,
struck by auto in Washington
Park. Slightly injured.
Frank Provosana, 608 Forquer
st., and Joseph Sobadani, 547 De
Koven st., threatened to blow
Harry Issci's head off. Arrested.
Mrs. Ella Stromberg, Winnet-
Jca, struck by car on C. &. M. elec
tric line. Killed.
Joker called police and told
them 3 Were, dead from gas at 357,