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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS lTMS
Henry Holton, 40, arrested
when found with bundle of wo
men's furs in his possession. At
a friend's home police .found his
wife with about $2,000 worth of
furs. They released her.
George Taylor, 34, arrested in
Houston, Tex., a week ago,
charged with forgery, arrived
here today with detectives.
Irving Farrell, 3153 S. Hal
sted St., shot and killed by Police
man John Honan during quarrel,
after Farrell had broke window in
saloon. His brother was .shot last
June also by a local officer.
Arthur Mund, 2319 W. Mon
roe St., robbed of $43 "and dia
mond stickpin valued at $100 by
two armed men.
Joseph Klonds, clerk, 1040 W.
Monrpe St., held up by three men.
They escaped with $9 and $35
Robbers bound and gagged O.
A. Jones, clerk in Lakeside drug
store, 1200 W. Madison st. They
escaped with $28 from the cash
No one hurt in fire in home of
Ignatz Lodikios, 8407 Muskegon
ave., South Chicago. $2,500 loss.
300 loss in fire in home of John
Rosland, 2125., Darrow aye.,
- Frank Bonus,, window washer
at Hotel Metropole, arrested
when police found $4,000 worth
of jewelry, $4,500 worth of cloth
ing and furs and $360 in cash in a
raid of a room at 511 Cass st.
J. M. Sinley, 48, clerk, 3103
Calumet, slipped and fell on side
walk, striking his head on curb
stone. Died on way to hospital.
Francis Egan, 64, 4018 Ken
more av., who slipped and fell on
sidewalk Nov. 8, died today at
Alexian Brothers' Hospital.
Marie Levitz, 4 months, 1440
N. Western av., seriously hurt
Saturday when her mother fell
down stairs with her, died today.
Mother maw die.
Auto hearse of C. Kampp, Aus
tin undertaker, struck auto of
Wm. J. Williams, 4307 W. Mon
roe st. Williams and J. E. Ander
son, 5435 N. Lincoln av., severely
Joseph Mooney, who disap
peared fim his home, 4817
Laflin st, more than a year ago,
still being searched for.
A. Wilson, colored, 3339 For
est av., shot and killed his wife
Man robbed fruit store of M.
Manusos, 720 N. Western, of $2.
In order to avoid striking A.
Thompson, 65, 628 W. Madison
St., L. B. Warren, 1711 Crilly ct.,
ran his auto into fire hydrant.
Wm. Lorimer is in excellent
International Harvester Co.
case will (be resumed next Friday.
Mary Schickwit, 12, and Julia
Zagillis, 14, ran away from Dur
yea, Pa., and came here to see the
sights. Arrested. Will be sent
Edward Strauss, arrested
charged with failure to pay for
$300 worth of jewelry bought