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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF r
Tomorrow is your last chance
to register. Do it if you want to
vote in November.
John Abite, push cart peddler,
arrested, for not having vehicle li
cense. Judge decided that push
- cart was not a vehicle. Dis
charged. ' r
August Looney, chauffeur, fin
ed $1 and costs .for passing car
while it was discharging passen
gers. W. H. Foy, Fox hotel, advertis
ing man, drunk. Arrested. Told
Judge he was no relation to Ed
die Foy. Discharged
Dan Lee, guard Iowa state
prison stopped here on way to
Danville, 111., to attend his fath
er's funeral. Got drunk when he
got back on trahn Waved a re
volver and threatened people. Ar
rested. $25 and costs.
First thing, let the Turks shoot
the skirts off that Greeli body
Harry Carrolton, "in again,"
charged with the theft of valua
bles of his young wife, Grace Lee
Carrolton, on Oct. 3.
John Welch, 27, Desplaines st,
fell on sidewalk in front of 874
W. Monroe st. County hospital.
Elmer Wagner, 28 N. Leavitt
St., dead. Gas. Believed suicide.
Indiana woman has invented a
silencer for the baby. Babe can
howl all it likes and not be iieard.
Hope the price by the barel on
that invention will be within the
reach of all.,
Henry Eschenberg, '3326 Shef
field av.; Frederick Coles, 1319
Hood av.; Chas. Harrity, 1307
Hood av., and Paul Jeffers, 353
Roscoe blvd., seriously injured
when auto driven by Coles struck
telephone pole at Sedgwick ct
and Elm st.
Daniel. Griffin, 3829 W. End
av., struck by Harrison st. car at
Morgan st Street car company
ambulance took him to hospital
and it was seyeral hours before
police or parents knew of the ac
cident. Witness reported it, He
Policeman of Lincoln Park
Squad fired several shots at auto
theif, but he escaped.
There are 360,753 graves of sol
diers and sailors in the national
Two armed men robbed Agent
Hickman at 56th ave. station of
Met"L." SmalUoss. '
Gustave Heidenbluth, baker,
2141 W. 22nd pi., used match to
find gas leak. Explosion. Se
Mrs. H. J. Schlacks, 9th st and
Linden ave., Wilmette, robbed of
$1,000 sealskin coat.
Mrs. Alice Longworth, daugh
ter of Col. Roosevelt, spent fore
noon today in Bull Moose store,
329 W. Madison st. She is an en
Wm. J. Bryan left here on spe
cial train this morning for a tour
Mane JKsinska, 2650 S. Ked
zie ave., came to this country 3
months ago. Fell in love with
Anton Neirman, 4736 Ada st
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