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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
There will be a big Italian par
ade and rally for Wilson on the
West Side tonight. Antonio
D'Andrea, head of the sewer dig
gers, will speak at Roma hall,
Halsted and Polk sts.
Wm. T. Tetzer, 24, 7 S. Loomis
St., arrested charged with mash
ing Mrs. Parker Williams, 1341
W. Madison st., the complainant.
Peter Bartzen of the county
board is suing the Chicago Tri
Tjune for $100,000 damages.
Mrs. Ellen McGovern, 77, 219
W. 23d pi., started fire in stove.
Sparks set dress on fire. Neigh
bors put out the fire, but she died.
Special train carrying 300
homeward bound Greeks from
San Francisco to N. Y., will pass
through here tomorrow.
Robbers threw horseshoe
through two plate glass windows
in loop district. $3,000 worth of
jewelry taken. U. S. Loan Bank
suffered loss and remainder taken
from Joseph Brown & Co.'s store.
Mrs. Catherine Feeley, 654
Dearborn av., and her 8-months'-old
baby occupy cell in Chicago
av. station. Arrested charged
with stealing $200 from P. A.
Henry Renwanz, 3650 S. Win
chester av., lost control of his au
to and hit telephone pole at Ash
land av. and W. 39th st. Auto
wrecked. Henry severely hurt.
Louis Luekowski, 139 E. 118th
pi. ; Joseph Smurski, 12442 Stew
art av. j Stanley Stewa, 166 E.
Il6th'st arrested, charged with
stealing 9 bicycles. Confessed.,, '
Unidentified man struck by C,
L. S. & S. B. Ry. train at E. 136th
st. and Erie av. Still unconscious.
Doctors could find no marks of
According to police, Mrs. Lou
ise Lindloff is not a widow, but
has a third husband who is
thought to be Henrv Kubv.
Estimated that 1,000 babies are
"lost" here each year.
Henry Van Dyke, 9, 7130 S.
Green st, missing. Believed kid
napped. J. R. Dean, 29, 4438 Greenwood
av., speeded. $10 and costs.
Frederick Duset, 1244 S. Wa
bash av., sent threatening letter
to MT: Quirk, 1211 W. Taylor
St., asking his daughter Mary s
hand or $150,000. Arrested.
Oscar Friemel, arrested here,
wanted in St, Louis for robbery.
Humboldt Park "L" train
jumped track at 5th av. and W.
Van Buren sts. No one hurt.
Fire in Independent Packing
Co. plant, located at stock yards.
Several explosions. No one hurt.
Loss estimated between $50,000
James OXeary, 4183 Halsted
st., saloonkeeper and sometimes
politician, who was arrested for
faking bets on presidential candi-,
dates, has asked for a jury trial.
Will get it.
Anna Kovalik, 3. 4842 S. Win
chester av.. died from burns re
ceived Oct. 22 from pot of boiling
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