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cago Av. station, discharged for
failure to report for duty.
Patrolman J. J. Mallory fined
10 days pay for being drunk.
Donald Hollings worth, 6131
Kimbark av., fined $10 for speed
ing. His father was fined for
same charge early last week.
Brother was fined for same
charge early this week. Runs in
John.Daley, 19, 2131 W. 25th
st., arrested as hold-up man.
James Fitzsimmons, 30, 4123
W. Van Buren st.,arrested charg
ed with attacking Emilv Faul
stich, 9, 2010 W. Chicago av.
Booked on serious charge.
Robert Irving, 50, and Charles
Dickerson, 58, actors, found dead
in gas filled room 111 W. Michi
gan st. Believed accidental.
J. A. Coleman, 63, lawyer, se
riously injured when he fell from
smoking platform of C. & N. W.
Rafel Hasson, arrested in N.
Y., attempted to kill himself in
cell there. Tried twice more on
way here. Overpowered each
time. Charged with deserting
Millard Horn, 9, 1917 Grace st.,
killed by auto.
Robbers got 2 cases (60 dozen)
of eggs from freight car in Santa
D. H. Hilbish, Harvey, 111., kill
ed by I. C. train at E. 140th st.
Miss Florence Mitzer, 6318 S.
Seeley av., knocked unconscious
in prairie near her home. When
revived man had gone. Clothes
were tern and face bruised.
Coroner's jury exonerated Miss
Margaret Dobson, 19, 1914 In
diana av., who threw her "dead
born" baby out window.
George Jarousek, 1021 W. 19th
St., shot and severely wounded by
H. Haefere, 3804 S. Kedzie av.
W. A. Fox, Rogers Park, found
unconscious at S. Peoria and
Monroe sts. Had beenfighting.
124 cases of scarlet fever, 218
measles, 61 cases of diphtheria,
and 2 cases of smallpox reported
in last two days.
Frank feeding, 25, painter, 319
S. Seeley av., attempted suicide.
Gun. Ma"y die.
Because he failed in his love af
fair with Miss Anna Musil, 1800
S. 40th ct., F. E. Piskule, 1338
Millard av., sent her father a
"black hand" letter. Arrested.
J. Benzer, 254 W. 25th st., and
Grover Coligrove, 349 W. 29th
pi., fined $200 each for imperson
ating city sealers.
A certain minister had so ami
able a disposition that scarcely
anything was ever known to ruf
fle his temper. On a Saturday
night his'garden was broken into
and his favorite apple tree, which
he much prized, was robbed of its
fruit. On the day following,
after service, he mildly referred
to his misfortune, and added: "If
anyone present is acquainted
with the purloinef of the fruit, I
beg he will inform him that he
should retain it for eight or ten
days, .when the flavor will be ma
Blue Earth, Minn. Fire de
stroyed two stores. $35,000 loss.