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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Margaret Houghton, 6, Evans
ton, kidnaped while on way to
schoo) by welPdressed woman.
Police1 on trail.
Fred Meyers will get estate
left him by his father if he gets
married. Has written to mayor of
Mt. Clemens, Mich., for a goo'd,
honest woman between 25 and 30.
Oscar Galnon, 2620 Potomac
av., clerk, seriously hurt by auto
bus of Frank Parmalee Co. at S.
Clinton and W. Monroe sts.
Woman and man robbed Geo.
Liakrokinas, 431 S. Halsted St.,
at Congress and GreeH sts.
Three robbers held up, tied
and robbed Marco Williams, 4052
W. Madison st. Escaped with $10
in stamps, $20 in currency, 150
cigars and gold watch and chains
Nicholas Colobas, 715 Halsted
st., fobbed of $65 on Halsted st.
car. David Seeley, well known to
Armed men escaped from sa
loon of T. M. Ginnons, 1135 W.
69th st, with $20.
Little damage by fire at hair
factory 6i Morris & Co., W. 43 d
st. and S. Ashland av.
Samuel McNeilly, 617 'Dear
born av., arrested, charged with
obtaining money under false pre
tenses, 9 others being sought.
James M. McLean, 35, 8 W.
Ohio st., tried to.open window. It
broke. Took 17 stitches to repair
Salvation Army will give 2,000
Xmas baskets next Tuesday.
Unknown man hurled brick at
Wm. Smith, peddler, 38, 2646 W.
Fullerton av. Smith now has &
broken nose and lacerated fore-,
John Baron, farmer of Panora,
la., robbed of $40 and watch" in,
hallway at Washington blvd. and'
N. Halsted st.
Earl Schultz, 17, and Miles,
Haight, 18, arrested here on re
quest of police of Lansing, Miclu
Charged with theft. ,
Judge R. S. Tuthill today ruledj
that his court had jurisdiction in
suit brought to oust State's At,-,
torney Maclay Hoyne by Wm. A.
Cunnea, Socialist candidate in re,-:
Police here asked to, search fop
Mary Ricke, Detroit, who is
thought to have been spirited
away by gypsies who are here.
Gypsy bands will be cliecked up.-
H. A. Hill, 19, 1727 Austin av.J
and D. J. Murphy, 24, 1522 W.;
Lake st, fined $200 and costs
each for carrying concealed)
Masked robber held up E. In,-,
skip in saloon at 2601 Hastings
st. Got $70.25.
M. Laporta, 2221 Wentworth.
av., on trial for murder, attackedj
Deputy Sheriff Sturcj in court
Gov. Deneen left for Anderson-;
Miss Lillian Svoboda, 222 Nr
59th av., brought he're from Bald
win, Mich., to face charge olforg
ing checks to amount of $500
C. M. James, Huntington, Ind.
arrested on suspicion.
"Billy" Pyott, 2, Oak Park, fell