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lightweight champion after Ad. Wolgast had lost tie crown by
fouling him in the 16th round of their Thanksgiving day 20-round
battle just outside of San Francisco, Cal.
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Fred Netzel has "cigar store at
5040 Cottage Grove av. Arrest
ed last night with seven others
for poker playing. Netzel fined
$25 and costs. Others discharged.
John Schultz asked officer to
pinch him. Wanted to winter in
Bridewell, Changed mind before
Judge Hdpkms.-- Discharged.
Burglar entered home of Gus
tave Struckure,' 814 West Huron
st. Got tangled in suspenders.
Gus fired at him three times. Es
caped from suspenders and
James J. Walsh, 616 W. Madi
son st., fell in cell at Desplaines
st. police station. Scalp wounds.
$1,000 worth of jewelry taken
from home of David S, Komiss,
706 Buena av. by midnight call-J
Thos. McElligott, hack driver,
fatally injured by street car at
VanBuren st. and S. Albany av.
Roy Wagner, chauffeur, ran
machine into police ambulance.
Arrested. Ambulance wrecked.
It is planned to convert the
John Worthy home into a tem
porary shelter for topers. They
will not be arrested.
Mrs. P. H. Fule, 25, 1915 Sum
merdale av., hit by auto'in charge
of E. A. Julius, 4217 North Win
chester av. Died at Ravenswood
Two Italians thought Peter
Riwowarckski was some one else.
JJsed knives. Peter will recover.
James McCarthy, 22, 5356
Washington blvd., and James WT
McGarry, 23, 306 North 53rd av.,,
sons of well-to-do Austin business1
men, arrested. Charged wifh at-C
tempted robbery and disorderly
William Crowley, 20, 811 W
151 st., crushed-to death-by fall
ing wall at 1522 Johnson st.
First Assistant State's Attor
ney Thomas Marshall, indictment
expert, will stay on tfie job uffEil
Fiank J. Johnson, new appointee,
is "broken in."
Motor cycle ' of Michael
Musznski, 20, 8318 Colfax av.,
skidded. Will die. '
James Culkins met Judge Hop
kins on street. Touched Tudere for
$1. Met him. again this morn
ing. $25 and costs for begging.
John. H. Walker, resident of
United Mine Workers of Illinois,
is trviner to settle strike between
"Goodman Manufacturing Co. and
Mrs. Mary Kxunduska. 3229
Mospratt st., scrub woman in
Mailers bldg. on Wabash av. and
Madison st., tried to get on an ele
vator. Cauerht. Killed. Tohn
Olson, operatQr, held by police,
American Association of Fairs
and Expositions met here today.
United States Attorney Wil
kerson today brought suit against
175 barrels of cider that e al
leges were misbranded.
Judge Landis will hear cases