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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Henry Howard, 55, 1110 W.
Madison St., cabman, beaten and
robbed of hat, shoes, money .and
jewelry amounting to $750 at
Van Buren and Throop sts. by
Paul A. Brandt, president Star
Optical Co., 2141 W. Madison st,
swore out warrant for arrest of
his sister-in-law, Miss Sarah
Davis, charging her with "kid
nappinghis two children, 6 and V
James Eads Howe, "millionaire
hobo," will speak tomorrow at a
hobo rally at 36 S. Desplaines st.
Wm. Collins, 3028 W.. Taylor
St., teamster for City Teaming
Co., 26 W. Kinzie st., fined $3 and
costs for driving sick horse.
Gas manhole exploded at Cen
tral and W. Chicago avs., Austin.
No one hurt.
Fire from unknown cause in
grocery of T. Mogora, 951 Gault
ct, caused loss of $2,000. Neigh
bors fired several shots to signal
Harold Sanborn, 116 N. Ash
land av., fined $25 and costs for
annoying Miss Gertrude McDon
nell, school teacher.
Mrs. Chas. Walter 11000 In
diana av., appealed to police to
find her husband and her sister,
Carrie Tomlinson, who she says
eloped. Says her sister was
Mrs. Sophie Sievert, 1843
Howe st., missing. Believed in
sane from grief over loss of two
J. H. Mulhand, 2663 Washing
ton blvd., held up and xobbed by
two men at Peoria and 56th sts.
They escaped with $131.
Robbers entered saloon of Al
bert Burbstein, 1,08 S. Halsted
stt, and escaped with $125 from
Minard Bentley,41, 2205 Union
st, bani( employe, severely burned1
while trying to save 40 horses in
fire which destroyed the barn of
the Commonwealth Edison Qo. at
Lowe av. and W. 56th st. $50,000
"Try Suicide After Poker
Game." Head in Daily News.
We would much rather live.
Samuel Aleechi, rejected suitor,
and another man kidnaped Chris
tina -AHesi, 15, 932 Gault ct, for
revenge. Drugged and beat her
and left her in dazed condition
near C, M, & St. P. tracks at
Bloomingdale road. Escaped.
Richard Cohen, 22, 1428 Wie
land ave., arrested for "mashing"
in movie theaters. Placed under
bond to keep away from them for
Robbers escaped with tailors'
goods valued at $3,000 from dry
goods store of M. Grossman, 2021
W. Division st.
H. E. Weithoff, Columbus, Ind.,
here leading search for his son,
who disappeared Nov. 4.
Dry goods store of Reiss &
Meyers, 7838 S. Halsted St., short
goods valued at $2,000. Burglars.
Chester Bergstrand, 9, 2822 N.
Maplewood ave., fatally burned
by gasoline explosion. Dead.
John Ducker, 60, farmer, Lan-