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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Sandio Bartino, 636 Miller St.,
run over .by auto County hospi
tal. Machine number 17275.
W. T.'Kirby; former president
of Kirby Savings bank, insolvent,
said to have given $20,000 of de
positors' cash to gambling house.
Judge Landis trying lo find out
William McGill gave pint of
blood to save life of .Henry G. Mc
Gill, his father, an official in Pos
tal Telegraph Go. Elder McGill
in Milwaukee hospital. May die.
Pean Walter X Sumner oper
ated qi for appendicitis today at
St. Luke's hospital.
Someone threw bomb into home
of Frank Nigro, 221 Kensington
av., West Pullman. Hurled fam
ily out of bed. Wrecked house.
Nigro had received blackmail
Ivan Andric, 25, 2401 Went
worth av., breaking stones in
quarry of Union Lime Co. at 19th
and Loomis sts. 12-lb. stone fell
on head. Skull fractured. County
Xotris Vancek, 12, 1258 W.
Ohio si, flipping freights in Irv
ing Park. Fell under car. Leg
mangled. t Ann's Hospital.
Hulda Reney, 39, negress,4531
S. State St., walking on track.
State st. car. Fatally injured.
Abraham JFishman's delicates
sen store, 1308 $ Kedzie av.,
ruined by fire. Damage $2,000.
Red Cross Christmas seals on
sale. Chicago Tuberculosis Insti
tute in charge of distribution.
Walter B. Sharp,JHouston oil
magnate, rushed here-to.be oper
ated on four weeks age?, dead in
Mercy Hospital. jrT
James Theoharis, 11446 Schlitz
av., dead from injuries received in
Pullman shops Nov. 22.
Highwayman shot and killed
last night by Patrolman Bernard
Wallenta while holding up Rich
ard Kissane in front of 2952 Har
vard st. identified as John Harris,
R. C. Haskins, president of the
International Harvester Co., .re
called to stand. Will tell govern
ment authorities why trust should
not be dissolved.
Lifesaving crew askecl to watch
for schooner Evelyn Simons, due
Car and- auto colided at Har
rison st. and Homan av. Six in
jured. Earl Blackman runaway mesr
senger boy of Drexel State Bank,
sent letters to mother and sweet
heart that business strain was too
much. Says nothing about $2,600,
ne s alleged to have taken.
Carl W. Weise, 70, Benton
Harbor, widower, married Mrs.
F. Mathilda Loehrke, 68, widow.
"Gump" Leahy, called gunman,
by police, shot Joe Grand in leg
in bar of Pickwick Club. 3033
Cottage Grove av,
Miss Maggie Teyte, grand
opera star sang at Hull House.
Chicago Orphans' Home and
James C. King Home for Old
Jbdights by Wellington Quirky