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'dice in saloon of John Gless, 160
S. Canal st. Gless booked as
Frank Czahor, 24, 1612 S. Jef
ferson St., fell from Ashland av.
car 'at W. 18th st.- Slightly in
fo) Jured- 0
Anion oenex, usu o. xroy st.,
tailor, struck by buggy of P. Bel
ter, 1628 Elston av. Seriously in
jured. Four men held up and robbed
J. Solomon, 14 W. 18th st. Es
caped with $14.
James Pikloe, barber, arrested
in barber shop at 737 W. Mad
ispn st, on complaint of his wife,
who charged abandonment. '
E, Syder, Acme Hotel, Peck pi.
and S. State st., beaten and robbed
of $30 by two negroes near the
hotel. Slightly injured.
Twa armed men held up and
robbed M. Anderson, 1225 Grand
av., of $50 gold watch and chain
as he was entering his home.
Harty Overland, 16, 10537 Av.
N, dead. Shot himself accident
allywhile hunting at 118th st. and
' the Calumet river.
George Adams, 6636 Monroe
av., fell from crowded car at
Arche.r av. bridge at 31st st.
John Lutt, newspaper reporter,
Monmouth, 111., feU at W. Mad
ison and Desplaines sts. 'Cojunty
Hospital. Severely injured.
Paul Muldenhauer, 50, Lake
Forest, beaten and robbed of $16,
watch and chain, by two robbers
at Wells and W. Michigan sts.
v John Phillips, 6116 Greenwood
av., and Louis Gunzand, 2323
Foster av., held up at two differ
ent places on Clark st. George
Russell and Thomas Sullivan ar
rested after being identified by
Franklin O'Brien, 8, 367 W.
Huron st., mistook gasbline for
Edward Homan, 17, 1133 W.
15th st., arrested, charged with
George Marshall, 746 W. Con
gress st, freight handler, and bar
tender in saloon at W. Congress
and S. Halsted st, got in quarrel
over price of drink. Marshall se
verely wounded with knife.
Richard Kascy, 36,146 Eugene
st, touched electric wire. Dead.
J. P. Vanick, 25, 1210 W. Jack
son bbd., dead. Gas. Suicide.
Despondent over love affair.
S. Solomon, 22, 660 O'Brien St.,
tried to end his life by jumping
into the lake. Water was too
cold. Cried for help. Rescued and
arrested, charged with disorderly;
Mass convention of all Prohi
bitionists in the county will be
held within next 90 days to plan
a four years' campaign.
John Gorgulas, 52, 14 S. Canal
st., fell from car. Severely in
jured. ' Otto Draper, 23, 715 W. Taylor
st., and Joseph Falone, 20, 908 S.
Desplaines St., stabbed during
fight with four unknown men at
Porquer and S. Jefferson sts. As
Emil Dedick, 30, 444 S. Clark
st, stabbed and seriously, wound-