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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
W. B. Anderson, 2759 W.
North ave., and Chas. Christo
pherson, 2755 W. -North ave.,
thrown from auto when motor
truck No. 29,257 hit their auto
at S. Morgan st. and Jackson
blvd. Both severely hurt. Motor
truck driver did not stop.
,Wesley Davis, 2313 Walnut st.,
found partly unconscious in bed.
Gas. Revived by pulmotor.
Henry Menicucci, saloonkeeper,
arrested for selling drinks dur
ing ejection, granted continuance.
Walter Naff, 2459 S. Oakley ave.,
arrested on same charge, dis
charged. Ernest Ricketts, auto salesman,
South Bend, Ind., is here search
ing for his wife who disappeared
three weeks ago. Believed kid
naped. Are you rolling a peanut around
the streets to pay off your bet, or
is it the other fellow?
J. A. Stephens, 60, 6647 Union
ave., bookkeeper at 27 E. South
Water st., suicide. Bullet. Be
lieved he was suffering from mel
ancholia. H. J. Joyce, 29, 1528 S. Turner
av., mounted policeman, severely
injured when his horse slipped
and fell on him at 13th st and S.
John Bario, 640 Belden pi., ar
rested for being drunk. Said he
didn't want to go to Bridewell
again. Judge asked him how
many times he had been there.
Said 16 in 'two years. Discharged.
Chas. Acker, 419 N. Albany av.,
arrested' for insulting Myrtle Al
len, 13, 1560 La Salle av., and Lu
cile Ljmbe, 15, 1504 La Salle av.
Fined $25 and costs.
Chas. M. Potter, charged with
bigamous marriage to Catherine
Riley, 2457 Station pi., held over
to grand jury on $2,500 bonds.
Dr. J. F. Foster is suffering
from two sore arms. He voted
for Taf t and paid his election bet
by wheeling a friend from San
gamon st. to Paulina st. and back
on Van Buren st. jn a wheelbar
row. John J. Campbell, principal
Windsor Park academy, 7750
Bond ave., arretsed. Alleged to
have beaten Clifford Levin, pupil.
Charged with assault.
Marion Burns, 18 months, 8113
Vincennes road, dead. Blood
poison, which set in when she fell
and struck her head on rusty nail.
Major H.. W. Cameron, officer
of British army, is here.
Heine Workman, teamster, ar-"
rested for not having vehicle li
cense, discharged because he told
Otto Heimschmidt, 40, Ham
mond, suicide. Bullet.
Mrs. Mary McAllister, Ham
mond, suicide. Carbolic acid.
George Bradshaw, 36, sailor,
arrested charged with passing
forged checks in vicinity of Madi
son and Canal sts.
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gress St., fell down stairs of Hal-
sted st. station of. Met. "L." Se
Laverne L. Yohn, 1131 E. 64th
sty sentenced to 30 days in.house
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