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"' Four youths arrested after en
tering store of John Schmidt, 445
E. 47th st. and getting cash reg
ister containing small sum of
T. Glossman, 1953 Lawrence
av., stuck pistol in face of two
9 robbers who entered his home.
Mrs. Catherine Cheval, 414
Beethoven pi., severely injured
when she slipped from Sedgwick
Fire in 4 story building at 1530
Milwaukee av. $60,000 loss. Po
liceman R. Swartout fell uncon
scious on third floor while trying
to rescue occupants. Rescued.
Shoe workers will hold a mass
meeing tonight at 166 Washing
ton street (6th floor). General
Secretary-Treasurer C. L. Baine
will talk on "Organization in the
Miss Margaret Bourke, 17, 5431
Jefferson av., severely injured by
auto of A. Van Dagan, 5110
Miss Helen Mattson, Neway
go, Mich., visiting at 1942 Maple
av., severely burned when candle
set clothes on fire. Mrs. K. L.
Knox slightly burned.
Mrs. Mary Dobry says her hus
band, Hayim Dobry, manager
manufacturing plant at 423 S.
w Irving av., struck her and threat
ened to kill her. Wants divorce.
56 cases of scarlet fever and 28
cases of diphtheria reported yes
terday. James Foley, 20, 3341 Armour
av., fined $10 for following Miss
B. Quinn, 40, W. 55th and S. Hal
sted sts., at 3 o'clock in morning.
License of restaurants of E.
Brianson, 2108 S. Dearborn st.,
and Sam Phillips, 941 W. Wash
ington blvd., revoked because re
ported they were disorderly.
Progressive party members
have launched campaign to elect
M. Cormick to U. S. senate.
H. Richter, owner of lunch
room 520 S. Dearborn st., and T.
Grianias, owner of Paris restau
rant, 1914 Blue Island av., fined
$25 and costs each for violation
of 10-hour law.
Thos. McGuire, 601 Marshfield
av., and Thos. McGraw, 5441
Lake av., severely hurt when they
fell from scaffold at Madison st.
Gus Pieper, 2651 Best St., and
John Kimber, 228 W. 25th st., fell
15 feet from scaffold on Butler
Bros.' new building, Canal and
Randolph sts. Severely injured.
Work in lobby of theater at
1219-35 E. 47th st. ordered stop
ped when found that ceiling was
Pupils barred from schools in
Evanston Friday because they
were not vaccinated have been in
vited to return.
Miss May Legg, 1664 Millard
av., struck unconscious by Ked
zie av. car. Street car's com
pany's ambulance attempted to
kidnap her. Father M. S. Kane,
St. Agatha's church jumped in
ambulance and made them take
her home. Slightly hurt.
Wm. Swift, 1920 Ogden av.,
shot himself because he couldn't
see his sweetheart, Miss Marie
Anderson. Expected to die.
United choir of new First Con-