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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Today is Columbus Day.
Valentine P. Fleming, 3230 Os
good st.,feH into coal hole in front
of Medina bldg. Umbrella kept
him from seeing hole. Died on
way, to hospital.
Charles J. Mitchell, 1534 S.
Ealman ave., struck by electric
auto of Miss Clara Black, 4549
Oakenwald ave., at Ellis ave. and
Antonio Celeste, Italian, 8436
Union ave., struck by R. I. Ry.
train at 85th st. Died on way to
100 basements flooded in Evan
ston last night, including police
Ration. Prisoners taken to first
Two horses killed and two men
shocked when horses stepped on
Charged car tracks at 64th and
Lights in the vicinity of $.
Robey st. and W. Chicago ave.
,went out when lightning struck
electric light wire.
Frank Martin, 57, carpenter,
2206 N. Western ave., and Mrs.
Rose Johnson, 55, 2208 N. West
ern ave., stood on her rear porch
on third floor figuring cost of re
pairing it. It broke. Martin
tkilled. Mrs. Johnson seriously
Edil WUliam, 2004 owler st.,
struck by auto several days ago,
dead from injuries.
Frank Muschott, bellboy Vir
ginia hotel, arrested charged with
"" Progressive women began mid
day meetings here in their Bull
Moorse stores where. Progressive
certificates and souvenirs are
Isaac Rosenthal, policeman,
50th st. station, fired. Charged
with being insulting.
Nursery room is to be installed
adjoining Court of Domestic re
lations, where mothers who are
witnesses, plaintiffs or defend
ants" in trials may leave their
Unidentified man about 35,
found hanging to rafters in side
freight car on the I. C. tracks be
tween E. 15th and 16th sts. Sui
cide. Julius Abel, Vincennes hotel,
621 E. 36th st., found dead on
bench in Washington park. Heart
Michael Stoon, 4, 2614 Prince
ton ave., run over by Standard
Brewing Co. wagon in front of his
George Farber, 1131 N. Mo
zarf st., seriously injured when
car struck his taxicab in front of
Leon Kreshman, 42, 746 .
Winchester ave., struck by insur
ance patrol at Ogden ave. and
Van Buren st. Seriously injured.
Chas. E. Stinchfield, 18, 6546
Woodlawn ave., dead. Gas. Ac
cidental. C. B. Fadom, 2452 N. Califor
nia ave., robbed of $25 on North
Geo. Ashmus and Julius Ber
ner tried to break jail at Kenosha.
o-Two men attempted to hold up