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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
W. E. Lytle, 20, arrested for
selling the Examiner on street
cars, which is against the law.
Fined $1 and costs.
Leanord Moncreto, 4523 Ar
mour av. ; Rafelio Olimo, 1057 N.
Taylor st.; Guiseppi Semise, 671
W. Taylor st., and John Francis,
745 S. Canal st, arrested by De
tectives O'Neill and Lindstrom of
ass't chief's office for carrying
concealed weapons. Each fined
$25 and costs.
"I cannot accept an invitation
that I have not received. I have
not heard anything about the
matter," said Prof. J. R. Angello
of C. U. regarding report that he
had been tendered the presidency
of John Hopkins University,
Louis Shaw, 4167 W. Madison
st, jumped to avoid being struck
by car at W. Adams and S. Clin
ton sts. County Hospital. Brok
Harold Poncenby, 2327 W.
Harrison st., electrician, fell -from
Halsted st. car at W. Washing
ton blvd. Severel ybruised.
Mrs. Hilma Olson, 821' N.
Fairfield av., dead. Gas. Acci
dental. Hugh Redington, bill clerk,
struck by auto of E. H. Mcln
tyre, 4210 W. Washington blvd.
Seriously injured. County Hos
pital. Mrs. Rose Czajkowski, her
husband Joseph, brother-in-law
Stanley and son Louis, alljof 4558
Justine St., severely injured when
Archer av. caf struck auto at W.
39th st. Car crew did not stop.
Joseph Glass, 4556 Justine st., the
driver, was severely bruised.
M. Marow, 2036 W. Huron st.,
stabbed by 4 men, who robbed
him of $4 and watch at N. Ada
and Noble sts. County Hospital.
Mrs. Howard Shaw, Lake For
est, went riding in her electric
auto. Steering gear broke, tip
ping auto. Mrs. Shaw severely
.Masked bandits locked Andrew
Hansen, saloonkeeper and twcr
patrons in ice box of saloon, 1758
N. Rockwell St., and escaped with
Cyrus A. Barker, Jr., 25, mys
teriously disappeared from Black
stone hotel. Police searching.
Thief threw brick through win
dow in Nathan Bernhardt's jewel
ry store, 35 W. Monroe st. Escap
ed with watches valued at $50.
Large crowd witnessed the un
veiling of picture of late revival
ist; Dan Martin, in Dan Martin
Memorial church, 710-12 Wells
st. Louis Linden, artist, painted
Wm. Tobin, 6556 Greenwood
ave., shot in leg at LaSalle street
station by Monnie Thompson',,
1300 Lawrence ave. Thompson,
says he caught 1 obin kissing his
Twenty-fifth anniversary of
.founding" of Working Boys'
Home, 1140 Jackson blvd., cele
brated last .night.
Milwaukee, ave. car struck cab
driven by1 Joseph" Prafe,""41, 1369.