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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Youth about 17 held up Mrs. A.
E. Allworth in her store, 1012 S.
Fairfield av. Got $25.
Wm. Wilburn, 30, 706 Green
leaf av., fireman, severely hurt
when thrown from fire truck
while on way to fire in garage of
C. B. Howell, 330 Greenwood
Jas. Connelly, 6439 S. Carpen
ter st., lineman, electrocuted on
top of 'phone pole. Fell to ground.
C. Murray, 1541 Carroll av.,
and A. Novak, 1360 Grand av.,
rearrested on charge of murder of
Frank Sosko, 26, 1348 Grand av.
Were exonerated on Nov. 22.
Police investigating death of E.
McMinn, 37, operator, found dead
in bedroom, 719 Dearborn av.,
with throat cut.
Mrs. Iva Haite, 20, Columbus,
O., accused husband, Toby Haite,
34, with non-support in Court of
Domestic Relations. Said he
tried to force her into life of
shame. Ordered to pay her $5 a
Jas. Ryan, laborer, stabbed and
severely wounded his wife. Julia,
at home of Mrs. Viola Feola, 426
S. Sangamon st. Escaped after
chase of several blocks by firemen
of insurance patrol No. 2.
E. R. Ennes, 18, 4523 N. Fran
cisco av., stole auto and took 2
girls for joy ride. Police fired
several shots. Girls escaped.
Burglars got old pieces of jew
elry from home of P. Kumler,
lawyer, 4808 Madison av. Offers
$500 revar4 for their return.
George Frick, 803 W. 18th st.,
inspector, overcome by ammonia
fumes in refrigerator car. Re
vived at hospital.
Virginia Brooks wants to be
police magistrate at West Ham- j
C. A. Phillips, real estate brok
er, San Francisco, arrived here
Tuesday with new bride. Has
disappeared. Also has $4,500 be
longing to her.
Fire destroyed plant of Amer
ican Milk Products Co., Capron,
111. $150,000 loss.
A. John, 3939 N. Seeley av!,
found dad in his room. Gas. Be
L. F. Mason, 55 E. Delaware
st., victim of holdup men $2.75.
M. L. Bostwick, 70, pioneer of
Evanston, fell down stairs. Dead.
Ed Raino, 922 Sedgwick st.,
beaten and robbed of suitcase,
watch worth $35, pair of cuff but
tons, collar, tie and 12 cents.
Three robbers in saloon of J.
Hurst, 701 S. 48th av. Escaped
after robbing patrons and owner.
Michael J. Fogarty, ex-conductor,
arrested as street car ban
dit. Frank Kinney, 55, former con
vict, and sweetheart, Nellie Sul
livan, 29, both of Cleveland, ar
rested here as suspects of mur
der in Cleveland.
"Entire Bible, from Genesis to
Revelations, can be written in
space less than of an inch
square," says Microscopical Soci
ety of Illinois.
Capt. Colon Augur, 65, 420