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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
John Richey, 50, Garden City
hotel, the lawyer arrestecT charg
ed with flirting with Abba Peter
son, 17, was fined $5 and costs to
day by Judge Wells, Clark st.
Andrew Muha, laborer, struck
by I. C. tram at 120th st. Se
Thomas Jacobson, chauffeur
for the Walden W. Shaw Livery
Co., arrested for speeding. Re
leased on bonds.
$1,500 fire in frame building at
4253 N. 41st ave. Cause unknown.
Joseph Suich, 26, who while de
sponden over love affair last Sun
day, drank chloroform, died to
day. Detectives called to arrest Mrs.
Bessie Ochsenbein, 25, 15 N. May
st, on charge of disorderly con
duct, sworn by her husband. She
didn't want to be arrested, so she
swallowed carbolic acid. "Dead.
Members of Women's Wilson
Marshall League will hold meet
ing tomorrow at Jefferson The
ater, Lake av. and 55th st.
John Munro Whitman, 75, vice
president C. & N. W. Ry.r dead.
Three men tried o hold up and
rob Michael Wickart, 82, in his
saloon at 1401 W. Congress st.
He resisted them. They stabbed
him. May recover.
Joseph Schubert, 1329 S. Ho
man av., admitted charge of his
landlord that his chickens were
eating cement floor under his
More, and Said they laid hard
shelled eggs Because oftheir diet
Henry Feck. 79, 952 E. 75th I
st, dead. "Suicide. Despondent,
over old age.
Samuel Jones, 3225 S. Wabash
av., peddler, while passing alley
between State st. and Wabash av.
on 32d st, was hit by stray bullet
from gun of one of two negroes
fighting in alley. They escaped.
Mrs. Hattie Nelson, 61, 667 N.
Carpenter st., slipped and fell
down stairs of building at Ash
land and Grand .avs. Seriously in
jured. Oscar Hebson, 27, 523 W. 81st
st, switchman, severely injured
when engine on Belt Line Ry.
jumped track at W. Adams st.
and S. 46th av.
David K Ross, 63, alias J. J.
Smith, salesman, arrested Jon
complaint of Miss Lillian How
ard, 1706 S. Michigan av., actress.
Charged with larceny of jewelry
and clothing valued at $4,000.
Dr. Chas. C. Singley, 4959 S.
Michigan av., fined $2 for failure
to obtain license for his dog.
Mrs. Mary Page, 17, and sister,
Miss Josephine Curtin, 15, 6342
Wentworth av.,arrested for send
ing in false fire alarms.
Att'y R. E. Canewell is suing
Fire Att'y M. F. Sullivan for $10,
000, charging him with slander.
Frederick Paulick, 42. '5042 N.
Winchester av., electrician, seri
ously injured when car struck his
auto at Lincoln av. and Roscoe st
Joseph Tomany, Buffalo, N. Y
fell from ladder on steamer Sara-
nac of Lehigh Valley Freight Co.
into river at W. dZd st Drowned.
August Shaw, 43, printer, ai