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to look for his two sons, John and
James, who live here.
Twenty-three cases of scarlet
fever now in Oak Park.
John Caravetta,913 Blue Island
av., and another man were fight
ing. Caravetta drew gun. Lowiz
ko Titnato, 710 S. May St., tried
to stop them and was shot and
slightly wounded. Caravetla ar
rested. Small loss in small fire on third
floor of Columbus Hotel, 1840 S.
Fifty men arrested in raid of
cocking main over saloon of J. F.
O'Connell, E. Michigan and St.
Clair sts. Charged on three
counts: Patronizing cock fight,
being inmates of gambling house
and cruelty to animals. Released
on $1,300 bonds each. O'Connell
booked as keeper.
Rudolph Damm of Bellwood
shot and killed his 18-year-old
wife and then killed himself.
Henry Bulger, Jr., 19, arrested,
charged with passing bogus
check. Says he is son of Henry
(Harry) Bulger, comedian.
Dr. G. B. Levi lectured on "Re
formed Judaism" before People's
Synagogue Ass'n at Ziegfeld the
Frank Flashchel, 8940 Superior
av., employe of Illinois Steel Co.,
killed when chain of 'derrick
broke, hitting his head.
Ab Bass, 1026 S. Hermitage
av., injured by auto. Chauffeur
did not stop.
Christ Ward, 21, 644 Wells St.,
stabbed and seriously wounded
.when he and companion fought
with three youths alleged to have
insulted a young woman compan
ion of Ward. Assailants refused
to give names when arrested.
Madeleine Nieman, 6, 836 East
wood av., has had her share of
trouble. Here's her record: Aug.
10, measles ; Sept. 13, broken arm ;
Dec. 7, dislocated hip; Feb. 2,
Fire marshal investigating the
cause of fire which partly de
stroyed Enterprise Hotel, 540 W.
Ohio st. Two women and four
men severely injured. Large loss.
Small panic and fire in barber
shop of J. Frame in Ohio Hotel,
601-3 N. Clark st. One woman
fainted. Revived. Fire discovered
when police were investigating
report that gambling was going
on in the hotel.
John Reitz, 40, 2533 Ems St., in
again. Took his third winter
swim yesterday in lake clid only
in bathing suit.
Gov.-elect E. F. Dunne and
family have left their home at
4500 Beacon st. to live in their
new quarters in Springfield.
Herman Elefson, 3315 Beach
av., killed by auto of Derby Steam
Laundry, 2216 W. Ontario st. G.
A. Keiser, 2220 Wilson av., driv
Lucy Carboneau, 718 W. Van
Buren St., seriously burned yes
terday. Dress caught fire from
stove. May die.
J. Greggo, 1136 W. Polk St.,
victim of slippery floor of Amer
ican Cutlery Co. Severely hurt.
Rev. M. P. Boynton, Lexington
Av. Baptist Church, is very much
peeved because they have chang-