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lYHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
John P. Mohan, 59, 1308 E.
55th st., carpenter, struck by auto
of P. Gardner, 4803 Greenwood
ave., at 63rd st. and Greenwood
ave., driven by Jack Gardner, 18.
Died on way to hospital. Gard
ner gave himself up to police.
Thief snatched handbag con
taining $8 from Mrs. R. M. Wag
ner, 805 S. 45th ave. Escaped.
Elmer Crosby, 2326 Dearborn
ave., accidentally shot by a friend.
Chas. Hamill, 1340 Washing
ton blvd., steamfitter, beat uncon
scious by three unknown men at
N. Sheldon st. and Washington
Thomas Kruta, 59, 224 N.
Clark st., porter saloon 321 W.
Madison st., beat unconscious by
two unknown men.
Mrs. Louise Lindloff found
guilty of murder of her son, Ar
thur. Sentenced to 25 years in
penitentiary. Motion for new
trial to be argued Nov. 16.
J. Durand, J. Missina, M. Mas
si, Wm. Pisano and L. Lavender
escaped from cells in basement of
the city detective bureau, 179 JST.
La Salle st. They were all ar
rested, charged with robbery.
Missina, safeblower, captured to
day at Green st and Austin av.
I. C. train struck auto of Han
chett Paper Co., 219 N. La Salle
st., at E. 71st st. and Madison av.
L. Haase, 29, 3822 N. Robey st.,
chauffeur, and Frank Vargin,
1921 Wajnut st, helper, both se
' verely injured
Chas. Brown, 25, 1634 S. State"
st, released from Bridewell yes
terday," where he was sent when
Fred D. Bryant, 39, 1515 S. State
st, squealed on hini He shot and
killed Bryant in saloon, 1634 S,
State st, shortly after his release..
Israel Lipman, owner of Old
Style Inn, California av. and W
Division St., sent Moses Raymer,
his brother-in-law, to bank with'
Because she refused to elope,
John Stack, 40, waiter at the Chi
cago Athletic Ass'n, shot and
seriously wounded Mrs. Nellie,
Mangrum, 26, 1016 W. Adams st,
Grace Hospital. He escaped.
Within last 3 months property
valued at 25,000 has been de
stroyed by fires of unknown ori
gin in Highland Park. Residents
have asked police to arrest a man;
they believe is doing the work.
"Seventy-five per cent of the
young men of Aurora are unfit to"
be trusted with the young wpmen;
of that city." Rev. Ray Alliosrt
While playing wild west a 10-year-old
Joliet boy suggested .
stringing up a chum. They di(L
Glen, Brown, their 9-year-old
chum, may be crippled for life.
R. J. Herringer, 4711 Evans"
av., tried to talk to girl on rear ol
motorcycle and drive at same,
time. Didn't notice he was speed
ing. Arrested. $20 arid costs.
Mrs. Margaret Arndt, 46, 370
Superior st, and Michael Mc-
NaUy, lHS N. Dark st, severely
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