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A. Hubbard6710 Yates av., took
his employer's car and took Miss
Ruby Stanton, 17, 122 E. 41st st.,
for joy ride. Attacked her in
Jackson Park. Arrested. Booked
on serious charge.
Hazel Riser, 17, 3820 Lake av.,
who ran away from her home in
men's attire to seek liberty on
Dec. 19, has heen found. Went
by name of Wm. Grant.
Three-story building, 2455 Ar
cher av., collapsed. Two work
men slightly hurt.
H. Fitzgerald, 4006 Calumet
ay., driver, severely injured and
fire horse killed when Hook and
Ladder Truck No. 11 was struck
by street car.
Mrs. A. E. Shanahan, matron
at Stock Yards police station,
charged with allowing two ju
veniles to escape from her cus
tody. Miss Victoria A. Fowler, New
Haven, Conn., died Tuesday and
left estate worth $100,000 to her
brother, C. Fowler, believed to be
here or somewhere in Middle
Frame shed in rear of Hanna
Engineering Works, 2059 Elston
av., set on fire. Second time this
sveek. $400 damage.
Miss Rose Kowal, 1250 Cor
nell St., had Peter Stano,.1542 W.
Chicago av., put in Bridewell for
beating her when she refused to
marry him Jan. 9. Had him re
leased late yesterday and married
J. Nichols, 4929 S. Hermitage
av., switchman C. J. Ry., killed
.wnen inrown unuer ireigni tram. I
Jack Johnson is out again. j
Now that cops have had their
pay cut they have to give receipts
saying that they received their
money in full.
Burglars in home of W. C.
Book, 6423 S. Peoria st. Got jew
elry worth $100.
Mrs. Hattie Sattler, 9104 Green
Bay av., reformer and closer of
number of dives, was made target
for brick. Thrown through one of
Gary, Ind., want bill passed lo
cating themwith a superior court.
Michael Kenna and 24 other sa
loonkeepers are being sued for
$25,000 damages by Agnes Nes
ter at Rockford, 111. Charged
them with selling liquor to her
father, John Nester, depriving her
of his support during part of her
Cement Show started today at
Coliseum. Continues to Jan. 23.
John Wighs, 1050 N. Lawndale
av.. suicide. Razor. Sick.
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Lots of smallpox and other
sickness in South Chicago.
F. L. Pring, 431 St. James pi.,
arrested, charged with passing
To prevent a yellow stain al
ways dissolve soda in boiling
water before adding it to the
water in which clothes are to be
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perament that impels a fellow to
get off the water wagon and try
to make a lamp post stand up