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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
$120,000 damage in fire at Fed
eral Process Co.'s plant, 2,000 W.
Robber snatched purse from
hand of Miss Teckle Wiever, em
ployed at 4747 Prairie ave. Con
Mathew H. Shaw, 65, Salvation
'Army hotel,' 671 S. State st.,
". struck by Cottage Grove ave. car,
?at Eldridge ct. and Wabash ave.
Will die. County hospital,
c They're making a great fuss in
a New Jersey town over a high
- school boy who refuses to salute
the American flag at the morning
exercises, although commanded
by his dad to do so. , Maybe
they're teaching him nothing to
.., make him respect the flag.
' Robber entered 5 and 10-cent
store of'F. W. Woolworth & Co.,
" 6314-18 S. Halsted. st. and blew
safe. Took $900 in silver. Store
jwas just opened Saturday.
k Anton Deuer, 65, formerly of
' this city, found wandering streets
" last night. Arrived here yester
' day frpm Reedsburgh, Wis. Po
, lice believe his mind affected.
Two men injured when C M.
" & St. P. Ry. freight train Struck
Milwaukee ave. car, Blooming-
dale road. f
Association of Commerce have
1 requested Mayor Harrison to en
force law against wagons stand
ing longer" than necessary at
points of congestion.
" Lyndon Evans, 1240 Astor st,
congressman 9th district, col
lapsed on Dearborn st. Ptomaine
poisoning. Will recover.
W, A. Cornwall, Claresholm,
Canada, killed H. E. Allen,
Waterloo, Quebec, Canada, seri
ously injured, and Mrs. E. X.
Crowley, Lincoln, Neb., internal
ly injured when car struck "rub
berneck" auto at 55th st. and
Wm. Perry, accused of trying
to pick pocket at White Sox base
ball grounds. Arrested. Fined
$100 and costs.
Mathew Mills, Republican
nominee for membership on
board of review, is suffering from
nervous breakdown. In sanitar
ium. W. Leis, 2952 Indiana ave.,
brakeman, stood on car of C N.
W.. Ry. while it went under
bridge at W. 40th st. and Pack
ers ave. Knocked to ground by
gifder. Will die.
Six of nine elevator operators
walked out at MGCormjck bldg.,
Michigan ave. and Van Buren st.,
because of a disagreement be
tween one of them and Chief En
gineer M. T. Kimmpn
Abraham Schoenberg, 1009
Olive st., ordered to pay his wife
and three children $5 a week for
their support. He promised to
provide a home for the family.
Mrs. Mary A. Pike, 55, 3908
Ellis ave., dead.
Mr. Ellsie Melly, 2159 W. Hu
ron st., tied her 5-year-old daugh
ter to a bedpost because she was
bad. Rope cut child's skinT Fined
$200 and costs. Child was turned
over to juvenile authorities.
Angle Montelone, 1151 Milton