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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Miss Hilda Dahms, domestic
employed by Mrs. L. S. Cooper,
5817 Washington ave., is dying.
Carbolic acid. 'Despondent over
Fred Reed fatally injured when
he fell from swing in Chicago ave.
play grounds. Passavant hospi
tal. John F. Murphy, alias "John F.
Duphy," arrested here charged
with being chauffeur for six post
office bandits. Is wanted in Ohio.
Gov. Johnson will speak at Chi
cago and Western ave?. at 8 p. m.
Residents of Gary, Ind., will
hold meeting to make arrange
ments for monument in memory
of William Rugh.
Frank Johnson, ass't janitor
Riverside High School, struck by
'Burlington train at Riverside.
Hurled through air and struck
"Frank Schaefer, 19. Johnson
killed. Schaefer seriously injured.
Samuel D. Rosen, 5000 Forest
ville av., charged with obtaining
moneyunder false pretenses from
Adolph Stein, 4927 Lake av., has
ieen granted jury trial.
' Two "case knife" robbers at
tempted to enter home of John G.
"Klais, 544 Fullerton Parkway.
Mrs. Klais heard them and
screamed. They fled.
J ''Nicholas Dixon, 2937 Pine
Grove av., died today. Struck by
' Mrs. Sarah Standars, 1955 W.
12th st., struck by auto of Chas.
JVf. Devine, 1354 S. Michigan av;
at S. Wabash av. and E. 12th st.
Severely bruised. '
Nicholas Folopina, 510 W. 81st
st., killed by L. S. & M. S. Ry.
May Duff, 18, 4043 W. Lake
St., missing since Wednesday.
Eugenia Levy, 22, 3329 Cuyler
av., dead. Accidental.
Leonard Hall, 870 Buckingham
pi., former1 m'gr. 5-cent theater,
703 N. Clark st., arrested, charg
ed with larceny and embezzle
ment. Englewood Hospital, W. 16th
and S. Green sts., will build addi
tion to cost $50,000.
Horse of Samuel Glenwall,
1016 Maxwell St., fell through
Halsted st. bridge. Firemen of
Truck Co. No. 19 saved animal.
George Miller, 40, 1042 W.
Harrison st, fell down stairs Oct.
Harry Lamont, 733 W. Mad
ison st., got drunk. Attempted to
hold up saloon of John Powell,
1733 W. Madison st. Arrested.
Fined $200 and'costs.
Freda Ohman, 16, 1424 N. 51st
ct, attacked by unknown man
while on her way home. Said he
was about 40; shabbily dressed.
Howard Kingmanr 11, 1508
Sherwin av., and Henry Karlless,
12,, 2414 N. Clark st, stole 4,000
marshmallows, 100 packages of
chewing gum and about' 10 lbs. of
chocolates from store of August
Beckstrom, 2860 Central st. Ar
rested in Evanston when caught
eating their loot. ,
Mrs. Carlotta Noble fined $25
for contempt of court.
Frank Rachful, 1102 Front st
section hand employed by C, & N