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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
J. J. Ettor, labor agitator, will
leave here tonight.
Burglars in home of Ed Hen
rich, 5606 N. Ashland av., got loot
Mamie McCauley died at her
home, 335 S. Throop st., yester
day. Funeral tomorrow morning
from Western Casket Co., 1346
W. Madison st.
Two negro youths beat Nor
man Brown, 3111 S. LaSalle st.,
into unconsciousness when he re
sisted their attempted robbery.
A. Johnson, South Chicago,
victim of two tramps. They got
George Wallace, Toledo, rob
bed of $70 by pickpockets on 12th
Richard Albert, 60, 1248 W.
Ohio st., dead. Gas. Accidental.
E. A. Wright, 5453 Lake av.,
Eli Lecuoyer, Burnside, fireman
and engineer on I. C. train, se
riously hurt when their engine
hit another train.
Morris and Jas. Wilenski, 720
Liberty st., injured when their
horse ran away throwing them
Fire today destroyed store of
Ed Gassman, 8724 Commercial
av. No one hurt. $15,000 loss.
Policeman Daniel Bonners died
at hospital from bullet wound ac
cidentally inflicted Saturday in
rear of locksmith shop of Thos.
Mills, 4638 N. Robev st. Mills
did the shooting while showing
Bonners a gun.
Harry Woods, secretary of
state-elect of Illinois, refused to
attend dinner Lincoln day be
cause ex-Senator of U. S. J. W.
Bailey, Tex., was to be a speaker.
Building Inspector J. J. Clark
son ordered discharged from city
service by Civil Service Commis
sion. John Ruble, 58, employe of
American Stove Co., killed by I.
C. train at Harvey, 111.
Miss Emma Padron, vaudeville
actress, found dead in bed at 216
S. Halsted St., today. Natural
G. Brisco, 30, 2727 Archer av.;
LJ. X. Zalle, 2627 Archer av.; V.
Digruzzo, 25; Michael Cgagralo,
35, and S. Saprenzer, arrested.
Two charged with receiving
stolen property and others with
According to decision of Judge
Kavanaugh, G. H. Currier, head
of G. H. Currier Publishing- Co..
will have to continue to pay his
former wife $5,000 a year ali
mony. Fire in rear of restaurant of J.
I. Kaufman, 404 S. Wabash av.
Resolution in favor of a non
partisan City Council was adopt
ed by Board of Aldermen by vote
of 48 to 13. Will be sent to legis
lature. Council favored enactment by
the legislature of a $12 minimum
wage scale law "to mitigate the
Effort to reduce distance from
schools to from 600 to 250 feet
where cigarettes may be sold was
All licensed hospitals shall be
inspected by city according to