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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Case of Mrs. L. G. Lindloff,
charged with. the Jmurdef"of her
son, went before Judge Windes
Aid. Long desires to change
his vote, joa the Marshall&Field
tunnel steal ,
John Koch, stationary engi
neer, 1444 N. Clark stv dead. Gas.
Abraham Well, 657 W. 13th
st.t by mistake took carbolic acid
instead of medicine. Will recover.
.Joseph C. Proctor, Imperial
Hotel, 316 S State st , deadrGas.
Suicide. Despondent because he
could not find work.
Fred Glenn arrested for al
leged stabbing of John Wilker
son, both of 917 S. State st Quar-