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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Warrant issued for theatrical
manager named Mack, now con
ducting rehearsals for musical
comedy at 108 W. Washington
St., charged with contributing to
delinquency of Isabel Smith, 17,
-1013 S. Oakley blvd.
Mrs. H. L. Anderman, 4720
Troy st., and Miss Mary Cole
man, 1754 Belleplaine av., seri
ously injured today when N. W.
"L" train jumped track at North
Water st. terminal. Although
there was a panic no one was hurt
when N. W. "L" train jumped
track at Wabash av. and Van
Gov.-elect Dunne said today
that he would not go to Spring
field today. Might go tomorrow.
Has severe cold.
F. A. Cameron, 1510 Van
Buren st., clerk for Brilliant Gas
Lamp Co., 182 N. State st se
verely injured when he fell out of
window into airshaft. Accident.
Burglars in home of Mrs. J.
Forbes, 353 Englewood av. Jew
elry worth $178 taken. '
T. L. McGrath,yardmaster C.
& N. W. Ry., seriously injured
when struck by freight train.
G. M. Stackpole, 243 W. 61st
pi., dropped dead in Adams Ex
press Co. office.
Fred Hammel, jbliet, 111., engi
neer for C, R. I. & P. Ry.. severe
ly burned when oil cup burst.
May lose sight.
Jos. Nowobielski sued for $25,
000 by Jos. Krause, 1719 W. 17th
st. Says Nowobielski shot him
twice in the back.
J. C. Kennedy, late Socialist
candidate for governor of Illi
nois, will speak on "The Roaclto
Power," at Wuetrick's hall, Og-
F. A. Delano, 510 Wellington
st, pres. Wabash Ry., and four
others, severely injured when two
autos collided at Lake Shore
drive and Chestnut st.
Peter Kaderan, 11, 1635 W.
North av., shot and killed his
'brother Michael, 6. Playing
Wm. Lorimer filed articles of
incorporation for the Wm. Lori- ,
mer Lumber Co., with Sec'y of
State Doyle. Capital of $200,
000. Thos. Hawley found guilty of
murder of Jos. McNail. 25 years
Chas. Thomas, negro, found
guilty of murder of Robert Hill.
14 years in pen.
El. Frith, 11, 56 E. 36th pi.,
killed by auto of Chester M. Mc
Chesney. McChesney arrested.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, supt.
of schools, is still fighting against
high school fraternities and sororities.
J. W. Johnson, mngr. General $U
Electric Co., dead at home, 5047
Washington blvd. Pneumonia.
Judges in municipal court voted
to increase staff of clerks by 14
men and permit appointment of
4 new bailiffs. More than $23,000
was added to cost of that court
by the vote.
Indignant protest against