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rested, charged with the theft of
auto of Wm. H. Vallas, 330 N.
Jacob Jensen, 168 W. Chicago
av., crushed by freight elevator
while working at Rothschild de
Dr. T. C Loose, who disap
peared from ClevelandO., Tues
day, is believed to be here.. Police
searching,? Has mania for driving
Burglars entered boarding
house of Mrs. John Kelly, 744
Lincoln Parkway. Took $2,00q
worth of property.
Mfes Hanna Warmberr, 3152
N. Robey st, escaped from fourth
floor of sanitarium, 525 -S. Ash
land av., by fire escape. Found
wandering near Harrison and
Loomis sts., clad only in night
gown.' Leroy Moger, 16, 4219 Went
worth av., caught right foot in
switch after getting off Chicago
Junction -tram, at 45th st and
Center uv. Broken Ieg.
Mrs, Effie Bender scrub
woman, 3808 Emerald av., been
left an estate of $250,000 in Hel
ena, Mont., by Frank Mandell, a
Nicholas Dickson, who became
unconscious before he could give
his address, was struck by an au
to of George Merz, 1620 La Salle
av. May die. Marz not arrested.
J. O. Perry, Paducah, Ky.,
beaten and robbed of $50 by
thieves in alley on N. La Salle st.
t cross from detective headquar
ters. Members of Illinois Society,
ons of the American Revolu
tion, will hold their annual York-
town day banquet tomorrow
evening at Hotel Congress.
Saloon license of C. B. Clark,1
3022 Cottage Grove av., revoked.
Violated closing law.
Robert Sanderson, 216 N.
Clark st, attacked and beaten in
alley off N. Clark st. near W.
Lake st. Revived
John P. Foerster, real estate
dealer, sued for $4,000 by Mrs.
Elizabeth Enzenbacher, 84. She
alleges that he failed to turn
Aioney, obtained in sale of lots,
Over to her.
Walter Mendetel,19, and Jacob
Mortensbn, 18, both of 4405 Lake
av., held to grand jury in $l,000f
bonds each, charged with two
James Thomas wants divorce
from Elsie Powell Thomas,1
charging desertion. 1
Fourteen years ago George Cv
Allen deserted his wife, Mary Gf
Alien. Now she wants a divorce.'
Death of Miss Mary Tobin,
who died from .gas Wednesday inf
the home of Mrs. E. Boardman,
2839 Colorado av., was accident-,
al, according to coroner's verdict.'
Illinois naval reserves who
have been touring over the Greatt
Lakes arrived here today. 1
Two highwaymen beat andy
robbed George Ritter, 3020:
Pierce av., conductor on Robey'
platform. Severely injured. They
got $14, gold watch and gold
Chas. Fitzpatrick, fireman
overcome by smoke in fire at 1119
W. Jackson blvd. t.
. While responding to fire calK