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"Exceeding the Speed Limit," at
Grand Opera House, wasscratch
. ed in fight with chorus girl be
hind the scenes. Said he jilted
her. With the engagement broken
she was discharged.
John Frydiychwich was hun
gry. Visited free lunch counter.
Choked to death on. piece of beef.
Patrick Byron, 35, 17 W. Ene
St., found unconscious under N. j
W. "L" structure at Wendell st.
Believed he fell from structure.
C. Galasinni, 2359 W. Chicago
av., saloonkeeper, and Walter
Morgowan, bartender there, ar
rested there, charged with violat
ing 1 o'clock closing ordinance.
J. W. Pierce, Philadelphia,
very much peeved because watch-1
man for Ve.terans' Police Patroll
wouldn't arrest pickpocket when
he saw him attack Pierce.
Roy Baznett, 4646 Park av.,
and Walter Carr, 4678 W. 13th
st., attacked by two robbers. Es
caped with two watches and $50.
Women snatched pocketbookj
from John Jeshian, 515 W. Mad
Three robbers attacked An
drew Chase, 1509 Warren av.
Stabbed him in abdomen. Got
John Martane dragged into al
ley back of Desplaines st. station
and robbed of $12. Beaten.
John Kerrigan, 513 N. Halsted
St., robbed by two men and
thrown into street at Lake andl
Jewelry worth $400 taken from
home of Mrs. J. Eckblon and Mrs.
H. Anderson, 1047 63d st.
Frank Kanedy, 6212 Lexington
av., victim of highwaymen. $3
Two robins and a flock of wild
geese are said to have been seen
here yesterday. What can you
expect the day after New Year's
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