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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Fire in bldg. at 726 E. 50th pi.
6 families driven out. $25,000 loss.
S. M. Collins, 9410 Howard ct.,
freshman at University of Illi
nois, died. His mother, Mrs. E.
M. Collins, "his pal," entered
school with him and took all
studies with him so they wouldn't
have to part. She is grief-stricken.
Has left school because she
can't bare to go without her son.
Aid. Block called before city
council tonight to explain a few
things he says are his personal af
fairs. F. L. Roach and his twice-divorced
wife, Airs. M. S. R. Roach,
are again married.
J. Schlit, 28, 2312 W. 22d pi.,
brewer, seriously injured when
caught in machinery belt. May
Conrad Diehl, 53, 4301 Thomas
st., broke up surprise party given
for his sister by walking in house
and drinking bottle of carbolic
acid. Suicide. Illness.
Gertrude Quinlan, actress in
''Top o' the Mornin'," may legally
adopt Anna McGowan, Irish girl
who is one of only two immigrant
survivors of Titanic disaster liv
John Butcher, 40, actor in Har
ry Lauder's company, dead.
Two men broke two front win
dows of shoe store of E. Ber
man, 1404 W. 12th st. Fled with
Police searching loop and near
nv districts for wagon of Chicago
Pie Co., which disappeared after I
horses had run away east from
Center av. on Madison-st.
Howard Finley, 5425 Lake av.,
died of blood poisoning at House
of Correction, Feb. 2, according
to coroner's jury.
Plans for attack on Chicago
"Arson Trust" in more than 20
cities taken up by state's atty's
Harry Kratty, 2323 Cortez St.,
arrested, charged with breaking
five windows in Yondorf cloth
No one hurt when two shots
entered S. Halsted st. car. Two
detectives on car investigated.
Miss Catherine Hofen, 65, 881
La Salle av., killed by N. State st.
Joseph Stadus, 1052 W. Erie
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