man st , chased two men who rob
bed Michael Louis, at Polk and
Sherman st , and notified police.
Coldest weather since last year.
Boats coming in covered with ice.
16 degrees above yesterday.
Elsie Schuenneman, 17, daugh
ter of captain of Christmas ship
Rouse Simons, lost in lake with
cargo of firs, will charter ship and
get load of Christmas trees at
same port her father sailed from.
John Mack, 1308 Chapin st,
held up and robbed of $22 by wo
matt. Police believe it was dis
- Miss M 1Sve,ownerof a ofcn-''
dy store W.?5tK and ParnelTav.,
denied that three young school
girls who confessed taking money
from saloon, left it with her.
Chicago suffragists do not fa
vor latest craze of their more rad
ical members,4 that of wearing
Thomas J. Coen, 1853 Larrabee
st., elected commander of Old
Glory Post, 79&, G. A. R., defeat
ing W. W. Fletcher, who was
head for six years.
Alderman Ellis Geiger, of 21st
ward, chairman of council com
mittee on police, led police raid on
Needmore club, W. Lake and
Hoyne av. Negro poked gun un--der
his nose. Cop rescued him.
Wallace "Love, 2451 U. Wa
bash av., fell from car at N. Cen
ter and W. Chicago av. Yelled
his back was broken. Weighs
300 pounds. Four men put him
in ambulance. Doctors at hos
pital said nothing the matter with
Charlotte Perkins Gilrnan, lee-1
turer, speaking at Women's
Trade Union League, said men
were to blame for 43 per cent of
Col. Roosevelt arrived here to
day with delegation of Bull Moos
ers. Willi speak at National Pro
gressive Conference Wednesday.
Gov C, S. Osborn of Michigan.
advocated church uniform for
women at First Baptist church.
Coroner's jury, which investi
gated explosion in Cora Products
Refining Co., that killed 14, did
not censure company. Said cause
tyas spark of "unknown origin.
Mrs. Pauline Milton,0. 23 La-
Salle.av;; fought with hubby. Ate
matches. Will die.
Federal grand jury to hear wit
nesses in case of Victor Herman,
charged with bringing Ruth
Stewart, 20, to Chicago from
Cleveland and putting her in
"Sim" Tuckhorn's former dive.
Louisx Greenstond, driver for
Western Dairy Co., dying in Co
lumbus Hospital at 2600 W. Lake
av. Found unconscious. Police
do not know what happened.
J. L. Lenz, 2043 Lincoln av.,
aimed pistol at heart. Accurate.
Mrs. Cy DeVryv wife of animal
king at Lincoln Park, replying to
another animal keeper who said
monkeys should be given whis
key, says that all simians in Lin
coln Park are strictly temperate.
Ira Lovingert, 2945 Fulton st,
shot in leg. Tried to escape from
Pesplaines st, police station.
Michael Calabrese, 21, 468 W.
Curtis st., used revolver on self.
Poor shot He's glad he'll recover.
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