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otv quarreled. Glenn stabbed
Wilkerson 3 times. St. Luke's
hospital. Glenn escaped.
"There are 17,416 gas lights
used to illuminate Chicago
streets." Press. Ye, and there
ought to be that many more.
Auto bandits tried to hold up
drug store of Samuel Rosenberg,
E. 51st st.and Indiana ave. One
of them fired a shot. Citizens
heard it and gave chase. Their
auto license was 14555 111. Be
lieved to have been a stolen auto.
Anthony Andriese, 300 W.
106th pi., and Miss TillieTalsma,
10621 S. Halsted st., struck by C.
& E. I. train at E. 106th. st. An
driese killed. Miss Talsma died
George K. Cornell, one of man
agers of Hyde Park hotel is be
ing sued for $50,000 damages by
Mrs. Mary D. Lear, 5509 Monroe
ave., on serious charges.
Harry Dale, 13 E. Indiana ave.,
arrested. Alleged to have violat
ed Mann aqt.
PoKce here asked to search for
Jesse N. Anderson, Kansas City.,
who disappeared from there Au
Thief snatched purse contain
ing $2 from Mrs. J. Hauser, 4513
Indiana ave. Escaped.
Albert Peterson, 45, 130 W.
Ohio st, fell under C, ,M. & St.
P. train at Hinsdale, 111. Serious
ly injuredv May die.
Dr. Max L. Raff, dentist, sued
for separate maintenance by his
wife, Mrs. Lizzie Raff, who says
he forced her to leave him Au
Bruglar entered home of Dr.
Franklin S. Wilson, 1432 W.
Jackson blvd. Mrs. Wilson heard
him and screamed. He jumped
out of window. Took small
amount of silverware.
Mrs. Thomas L. Reeve, whose
husband shot Dr. Paul E. Kelly
several months ago, is in Lakft
View hospital awaiting operation
Unknown man tried to set fire
to home of Police Sergeant J. J.
McMahon, 2959 Cornell ave. Mrs.
McMahon saw him. Fired sev
eral shots at him. He escaped.
Two men arrested on suspicion
were searched in Warren ave. sta
tion and Desk Sergeant John
Martin found several articles that
had been stolen from his home
last week. They gave their names
as Wm. Hodge and Earl 'Boone.
Raymond O'Malley, W. U. T.
messenger boy, 1134 Sedgwick
st., and Roy Carlsom, 205 Town
send st., arrested after they had
visited restaurant and "L" Ry.
station. Confessed they "had
planned to rob them.
Edward Lindman, saloonkeep
er, 10300 Indianapolis blvd., and
Louis Giegel, bartender, held to
grand jury without bail by cor
oner's jury which investigated
death of Axel Ecklund, Robey,
Joseph Puchalski, 16, 7650 W.
62nd pi., Argo 111., stole $50 -from
his father's store and ran away..
Found. Had spenjt someof the
money for suit of clothes.
Arthur Gohnke, 21, 1421 Lar-
rabee St., found lying on porch of
his parents' home, 214 Goethe st.,
witfc bullet wound iriTiis leg. Told