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NEWS OF I
J. F. Downer, employe in brok
er's office, and E. Wallerstein,
broker, were witnesses today in
case of G. W. Fitzgerald, charged
with stealing $173,000 from U. S.
Robbers blew safe in steamship
office of S Pitassi and A, Vingo,
753 W. Taylor st Escaped with
$800 and $10 in postage stamps.
Sam Carlin, wagon man at
Central police station, shot in
thigh by Policeman J. M. Wilson,
who was cleaning his gtln. Slight
Louis Madison, Austin, left
note, saying; "I am going to take
a long, long rest." Body, with
bullet through head, found by
Steak has jumped from 90
cents to $1.20 in most of the swell
Mrs. Ella Crawford, 6240 S.
Justine st, who drowned her 9-
year-old daughter and tried to
kill self, held to grand jury with-
Wm. Curran, 13, 5839 Wabash,
av., shot 22-caliber rifle at target
in basement of his home. Target
still there. Richard Curran, 3, his
Wm. Smink, 3977 Drexel blvd.,
real estate dealer, charged with
abduction of Helen Lange, 17,
East Chicago, discharged. Lack
Jack Johnson has been refused
permission to talk to Lucile Cam
eron. She is still in jail at Rock
ford. Auto containing two men and
two women who refused to give
their names crashed iriftr-pole at
N. Clark st. and Howard av. No
one hurt. Auto badly smashed.
Bert Evans and eight women
gamblers were arrested in raid on a
poolroom at 4522 S. State st. Re- "
leased on bonds. The women,
who are all over 0, gave ficti
tious names, but are all well
Chas. Koch, "John Doe," John
Steed, J. B. McLane and J. W. .
Boyle arrested for speeding. Two
guns fully loaded were found un- "
der the seat. Held on suspicion.
Federal grand jury yesterday
afternoon reported indictments
against the L. S. '& M. S., B. F.
and C. & A. Rys. Cos. and the
O'Gara Coal Co. here on charge
Senior students at U. of C. have
started annual mustache-growing
Police searching for Dr. S. N.
Harvey, 1534 E. 66th st., who es
caped after he had brutally beaten
his wife last' night. She wants
Andrew Leinhan, 106 Aber
deen st., killed by trairi in Syra
cuse, N. Y. -
Bruno Nardo, 1918 S. Clark st,
fatally wounded when shot by a
Nicholas Gerondo, 1902 Armour r
av., in the latter's saloon. Ge
Chas. Stanley, circus man, Los I
Angeles, fell from traint 51st st
Severely injured. May die.
John Marchan, 1217 W. Van
Buren -St., hit his wife and she.