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gave their tenth annual dinner for
25 women locked up in S. Clark
St. station. Later gave dinner to
50 men prisoners downstairs.
Mayor Harrison ill yesterday.
Cold. Spent day at home.
"Merry Christmas," yelled Ed
ward Phillips, watchman, to
Samuel Doty, private watchman.
"Ah, go to.h !" said Doty, draw
ing knife. Phillips, fearing at
tack, drew revolver. So did Doty.
Phillips in hospital.
W. P. Fanning, Oakland,
broom corn merchant, wants to
be member of state board of arbi
tration, and wants everyone to
know it. Distributing literature
all over Chicago.
Wm. H. Sexton, corporation
counsel, struck it right when he
said it was more like Easter than
New parcel post may add 300
employes at pOstoffice here.
Mrs. Emma Kedel, 34, 3717 S.
Hermitage av., dead from burns
received Nov. 17.
Florence Jobe, 27, 2341 Dayton
st, attempted to alight from mov
ing car. Severely injured.
Louis Grozinski, 1410 Noble
St., found dead in bed. Heart dis
ease. John Yarmunk found dead in
room of W. Adams Hotel, 515 W.
Ada msst. Gas. Suicide. r
J. Martucci, 2036 Emerson av.,
teamster, injured when car struck
Larry St. Clair, 437 S. Clark
st., fell down stairs, Seriously
C. M. Olson, 63, engineer, 1916
N. Evergreen av.; dropped dead
while buying Christmas gift.
Five men "jumped" Gus How
ard, waiter at Wells st. and W.
North av. Fractured skull and
broken jaw. Alexian Brothers'
Hospital. They escaped.
Patrick Joyce, bartender, 1628
Michigan av., burned to death in
bed when bed clothing caught
Two "sharpers" let Grover
Thomas, New Albany, Ind., win
$10 from them while matching
dollars. They took the $10 and
also $175 more from him in the
game. Grover is broke.
G. C. Irnan, Berwyn, 111.,
switchman, stabbed twice by
Moses Lee, negro porter, in front
pf barber shop, 3152 W. 12th st.
Lee escaped. Irnan badly hurt.
Jacob Hoffman, carpenter, 1439
Mohawk st., found dead in bed.
Elmer Fry, negro, 3513 S.
State st., stabbed to death during
quarrel. David Green, negro,
' Mrs. V. Eppers, Kenosha, Wis.,
died Monday. Shock of her death
killed her husband, Valentine Ep
pers, when he heard of it.
Arthur McGinn, 1614 W. Lake
st, teamster, seriously injured in
fight with two unknown negroes -who
Joseph Walsh, 310 Beethoven
pi., severely cut up by unknown
nego, who escaped.
Several persons slightly injured
when Ogden av. car struclc a. X-
Edgerson, 60, 733 S.
dropped dead. Heart