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ONE, DAY IN CHICAGO
Following is Chicago's crime
calendar for Saturday:
Auto valued at $3,000 stolen
from F. N. Grabner, 6215 Ingle
G. M. Lott, 6105 Woodlawn
av., reported $2,000 auto stolen.
Staunton Av. Police Station
again victim of thieves. Three
street cleaners' wagons stolen.
Believed stolen to carry away loot
stolen from stores of J. Masko
vitz, W. L. Prather, 470 E. 39th
st, and Max Weil, 451 E. 39th st.
, Thief entered home of Mrs. Ed
na Darr, 840 Cass st. Accidentally
set house on fire. Beat Mrs. Darr.
Jewels worth stolen stolen from
home of A. W. Constantine, 1533
Diamonds worth $125 stolen
from home of Mrs. A. Belzer, 821
N. State st.
Jewelry and silverward worth
$811 stolen from home of A. La
'Mar, 1030 E. 47th st.Thief en
tered through transom.
Three' boys under 18 robbed
Mrs. C. H. Zavodnick, 1300 Has
tings St., and daughter, Rose, of
$30 while on way home from
Two .men entered home of Mrs.
Catherine Mayer, 115 W. Super
ior st. Choked her and escaped
Armed men entered saloon of
John Kersch, 1718 Wells st. $60.
Miss Ethel Smith, 22, lured
here from Waukon, la., and
robbed of $100 by two men. One
worked old gag that her missing
brother was in jail. She gave him
the money for bail for her
Twenty-five women arrested,
charged with accosting men on
George Connell, Janesville,
Wis., robbed of watch and satchel
by two men at Clark and Van
Joseph Nichols, 31, clerk, 7307
Wayne av., arrested, charged
with swindling over 100 persons
out of from 20 cents to $1 by say
ing he was collecting Christmas
funds for jdinner for poor persons.
Thos. O'Connor, 5623 S. Car
penter st, victim of two a'rmed
hold-ups. Got $42.
Man giving name of Robert
Moore asked clerk at La Salle
Hotel to cash check for $135 or to
advance him $35 thereon for im
mediate use. Clerk told him to re
turn later so manager could O. K.
it. Never returned. Believed he is
man who is wanted all over U. S.
for passing worthless checks.
Robbers representing them-
selves as employes of electric
company backed wagon up to
door of Wallace Bros., printers,
2714 Lincoln av., arid stole five
electric motors valued at $1,000.
Mfller-Schlosser Baking Co.,
2851 N. Halsted st., shy $25, and
N. Beranek, 718 N. State st., $3.
Auto bandits. v
Friendly Critic This will
never do! You must take your
characters true to life. Why,
man, in your description of the
scene at the Dorcas club, you say,
"For some minutes they sewed