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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
m After jobbing seven North -Side
homes, auto bandits visited three
places in Englewood and escaped
with $7,000 loot "
Dean Walter T. Sumner will
undergo operation for appendi
- layton Dabrini, 3437 Prairie
av,, chauffeur, had right foot
crushed by United States Express
- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boehm,
much press-agented bride and
groom, are now looking for a
cheap flat and a job for the gen
tleman. They have not accepted
any stage offers yet
The Alumnae Association of
St. Mary's High School at Cy
press and W. 12th sts., will attend
mass at 9 o'clock on Thanksgiv
- Six cars on Train 3 of JMonon
Railroad were ditched at Elletts
ville, Ind. No one badly hurt
John Bailey, 19, 1113 Olive st,
and Chas. Wells, 19, 2074 W. 12th
st, badly hurt in football game.
Claiming that poverty caused
the death of her husband, Harry
H.- Honors, Jr., the widow is here
trying to get some of the Honore
Federal Judge K. M. Landis
has. ordered Mrs. Margaret Kir
by, wife of the president of the in
solvent Kirby Savings Bank, to
bring $10,000 into court tomor
row morning. It will be turned
over to the receivers, who gave it
to her illegally.
Wm. Martin, 26, college grad
uate and former frat man of good
standing, was pinched after he
robbed several fraternity houses
on the South Side. Said to have
gotten $1,000 worth of valuables.
Detective Sergeant Dan O'Hara
used street car. as patrol. Cap
tured Clarence Abb's, auto speed
er. Edgar T. Davies, state factory
inspector, told Women's Party
they will accomplish more if they
stop self-advertising and playing
to the gallery.
Godfrey Carlson got new mo--torcycle.
Turned handle wrong
way. Whiz ! Arrested for speed
ing. Have you chased your hat yet?
Mrs. Susan Kirk-Elmore-Pratt,
4011 Kenmore av., scalded about
neck by coffee. County Hospital.
Mrs. Marion Corns, 509 E. 34th
pl.rattempted suicide. Woman's
Rhodes Av. Hospital. Will recov
er. Husband succeeded in his at
tempt at Planters Hotel last
- Mrs. Esther Tobin, 2352 N.
Clark st, identified five men held
as auto robbers as being men
who looted her store.
Three unarmed robbers tried to
relieve Fred Boepic, 2045 Burling
st, of $175. Frightened away.
Twenty sleuths raided ChindC
town. Pinched 100 Chinese on
Mrs. Antcmio Siselski gave $5
to man in navy uniform Who
promised" to get her son a fur
lough. Police have not found him.
Following arrest of two women