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On fifth floor of Revere house, N.
Clark and W. Michigan sts.
Climbed fire escape. Room de
serted. Poker table, cards and
poker chips were confiscated.
Local Postoffice Clerks' Ass'n
yesterday nominated officers for
Robbers entered room of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Victor, Richmond
hotel. Jewels worth $600 stolen.
Burglars in room of Miss De
liha Bothwell, Revere house, ran
sacked. Jewels worth $300 taken.
H. Van der Drenuza, 4617 Lan
gle av., victim of hold-up men.
Watch and chain worth $45.
F. Bartlett, 35, 2224 W. Van
Buren St., arrested on complaint
of A. Peters, Milwaukee. Booked
Mrs. Elma Davis and Miss Vir
ginia Ward, 24 W. Ontario St.,
arrested on complaint of T.
Daley, 54 W. Ohio st. Charges
them with stealing property
worth $400 from his rooms.
Chas. Simpson, 32, 445 E. 45th
St., arrested in connection with
several South Side robberies.
Unidentified man beat B.
Oakes, 73, 115 Park row. Seri
ously injured. Assailant es
caped. G. W. Nicely, 57, 6358 Parnell
av., fell unconscious on sidewalk.
Died. Heart disease.
W. J. Moon, 8918 Lowe av.,
fireman C, "I. & S. Ry., found
dead on tracks near Madison av.
P. Czaja, 1528 W. Superior st.,
and Jos. Bialobradia, 738 N. Cen
ter av., special policeman, fought
over price of beer. F. Gruszow
ski, saloonkeeper arrested.
W. Ryers, 2256 W. 21st st.r
track repairer, injured on "L"
loop 'while carrying tie at Wa
bash av. and E. Van Buren st.
S. Loria and father, J. Loria,
1002 W. Polk st., stabbed and se
verely wounded by man known as
Carlo. Quarreled over job.
Mrs. Wm. Hanson, 1620 Park
av., asked police to search for her
husband, missing since Saturday
J. Shelton, farmer, Regina
Sask., Can., John Foster and J.
W. Brownlee arrested when po
lice got information that Foster
and Brownlee intended to rob the
farmer. Shelton released on $100
"If you have an incurable dis
ease, if you use drugs or drink
liquor habitually, if you have an
uncontrollable temper, if you are
too lazy to work, or if you are too
young then you shouldn't mar
ry." Rev. J. W. Nicely, pastor
Harry Donel, 25, 1815 Wash
ington blvd., rescued from Lake
Michigan by lifesavers. Wen to
shoot ducks. Lost one of his oars.
Henry Fender, holdup man,
stuck up policeman by mistake.
Though they were old friends,
Fender was arrested.
Fire in building at 5615 South'
blvd. $20,000 damage.
Al Blain stabbed and seriously
wounded by F. J. Hirro at 12 E.
Illinois st. Quarreled over bath.
Dr. C. J. Kirch, local repre
sentative of number of Austrian
newspapers, told vice committee
of city council that he could fur
nish a list of disorderly houses