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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Sam Baskerville, negro em
ploye of postoffice here, pleaded
guilty -today to stealing packages
and was sent to 3 years in pen.
Fire in home of Frank Kaplan,
506 W. Chicago av. $1,000 loss.
Chas. Hemple, 5256 S. Wabash
av., victim of holdup men. $5 and
Dr. N. M. Hunt, 60, 37 S. Wa
bash av., severely hurt by street
M. Mclnerney, 903 W. 35th pi.,
severelv injured by street car.
Chas. Beck, "564 W. Superior
St., arrested, charged with $800
Mrs. H. Nelson, 42, 7752 Jack
son av., dead. Gas.
Policeman M. Sullivan, 55, and
Ed Rydicki, 28, 1837 W. Congress
St., were the two men severely in
jured when brushed off Madison
st. car by coal wagon at Ogden a v.
Police still on "city wide"
search for "Trilby" Thompson,
escaped convict and alleged auto
Robber entered store of Aaron
Marks & Son, 191 N. Clark st.
Got $43 and private papers and
Mrs! W. H. Leland, 4750 Mich
igan av., beaten and robbed Of
$400 by bandits.
After throwing girl cashier in
to corn bin, robbers at Calumet
Feed Co., 93d st. and Ontario av.,
broke open safe. Escaped.
500 warrants issued today for
500 "bad men." Charged with va
grancy. Carl Forgren, 3656 N. Halsted
St., arrested on suspicion of being
auto bandit after he had stolen
Paul Davis, colored, 1029.
Frank st., got sore because he
was barred Irom "crap" game.
Had gun. Chas. Crowley, colored,
may die. "Mossy" Connors, 541
W.' 12th pi., and Philip Gleason
seriously wounded. Davis es
caped. Large quantities of adulterated
butter stored in local cold storage
warehouses have been discovered
by U. S. internal revenue dep't;
China wedding presents were
the weapons used at fight at din
ner party given by S. Anton shick,'
876 Tqwnsend st., for his bride.
Someone suggested stealing the
bride. Then the china wedding'
presents started flying. Several
Lena Superreck, 20, domestic
fpr Moses Rothschild. 6032 Prai
rie av., and G. Veronick, 1420 S.
48th st.. arrested, charged with
robbing Rothschild home of jew-.
elry worth $1,560. Four other
men arrested with them. Believed
gang of robbers operating in'
Isabel Smith, 17, intended to
leave town with show. Arrested.'
Ordered to break acquaintance
with Anita Stark, chorus girl.
Manager of show will be arrested.
Coroner will investigate death
of Mrs. Agnes Baxter, Forest
Park, who died supposedly of
. Handeloff, chauffeur for H.