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Chas. Kimble, barber, arrested
for attacking Mrs. Kathryn Dun
can in his room when she answer
ed an ad. Booked on serious
Henry Goodyear, 1459 W. Su
perior st., fell from porch. Hos
pital. May die.
Two women carried from 4th
floor of burning bldg. at 913 W.
12th st. $1,000 damage. No one
B. H. Dammers, mail collector,
found dead in his wagon. Heart
Three Italians arrested. Be
lieved Black Handers. 20 pois
oned bullets found on them. Gave
names as M. Corrozza, Frank
Cozza and Tony Paul.
Burglars partly wrecked safe in
office of F. H. Schaffhausen, real
estate dealer, 2000 W. Madison
st. Escaped without loot.
Dressing room in Qlympic the
ater destroyed by fire. $50 loss.
Chorus girl's property saved.
Planing mill of J. A. Dowie,
Zion City, destroyed by fire. Loss
W. A. Hannah, 1335 Dearborn
av., victim of holdup men. $250.
Margaret Haley announced at
meeting of A. F.' of L. that nuts
used in cakes were picked after
being cracked by school children's
teeth. Wants bakers' union to do
something about it.
Burglars in home of G. F.
Thompson, Maywood. Gat loot
Ernest Borden, wanted here for
passing worthless checks, arrest
ed in N. Y.
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F. K. Buckminister arrested in
Detroit. Brought here. Suspect
ed of arson in connection with fire
that destroyed Western Can Co.
Twenty policemen and other
members of S. Clark, st. station
and 25 guests and employes of the
Stag Hotel, 22 W. Van Buren st.,
were vaccinated yesterday. Den
nis Ford has smallpox. Had come
in contact with them.
G. Carlson, 3615 S. Albany av.,
father of confessed bandit, victim
of hpldup men. Put them to flight
Boy born with three teeth yes
terday at home of Wm. Ouigley,
Jr., 3229 Colorado av. Grandfath
er gave him check for $3,000 at
rate of $1,000 a tooth. Uncle gave
baby's father a touring car.
S. J. Reynolds, 721 N. Poplar
av., wife and sister were severely
hurt when their auto struck horse
in Lincoln Park. J. L. Latch, 1303
Oregon av., rider, thrown to
street. Severely hurt.
Miss Margaret Kramer, 16,
2952 Quinn st., dead from burns
received Feb. 6 in stove explosion.
D. Falitano, 2113 W. 14th st.,
dead from burns received Jan. 20.
A. Miller, 61, grocer, 1666 N.
Francisco av., dropped dead in'
nis store. Heart failure.
Two robbers in saloon of J. A.
Eaton, 1624 W. Van Buren st.
Got $175. Started out door. J.
Jordan, bartender, shot. Hit one
in the arm which held $160 in
bills. Dropped bills and fled.
Auburn Park Methodist Epis-