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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Robbers blew safe in City Fuel
Co. office, 35th st. and Armour
av. Got $500 in cash and several
hundred dollars' worth of nego
Wm. S. Morse, 43, 929 Andrie
pi., suicided after unsuccessful
attempt to kill his wife. Gun.
Pool halls at 426 and 728 S.
State st. and 3-5 W. Harrison st.
Michael Sheridan, 246 Maple
wood av., laborer, victim of icy
sidewalk. Broken leg.
L. J. Nagele, 242 Wilcox av.,
severely huri when he ran into
fire escape on sidewalk. Ice
weighed it down.
Otto Darlington, 665 W. 63d
st., victim of holdup men. $12.
Frank Fladiswiecz arrived here
from X. Y. Highwaymen met
him at train. Got $98 he was go
ing to invest in a home.
Mrs. Sarah McDonald, 6333 S.
Sangamon st., victim of purse
E. J. Bohn, 2415 Calumet av.,
victim of holdup men. $3.40.
E. C. Sack, 635 S. Ashland
blvd., severely hurt when street
car struck auto he was riding in.
Chauffeur slightly cut by broken
Teddy Webb, Tom Burk and
Frank Madia, bandits, were today
brought from Hyde Park station
to Clark st. station to have their
Motorcycle Policeman R. T.
Piper exonerated by, coroner's
jury of killing of Frank Miller
after he had stolen a wagon from
Western Packing Co.
Police Capt. T. Meagher taken
suddenly ill at Desplaines st. sta
tion last night. Taken home.
Alois Knapp, 1336 Jackson
blvd., victim of confidence man.
73 scarlet fever, 126 measles
and 21 cases of diphtheria report
Two cases of scarlet fever re
ported at Sears-Roebuck dept. of
Y. M. C. A.. 3260 Harvard av.
Sans Souci, South Side amuse
ment park, has been sold to E. C.
Waller, Jr., real estate man. The
park will be torn down. Resi
dences and stores will take its
place. Had been operated at loss
for several years.
C. A. Burton, Jr., 15, 467 N.
Oak Park av., missing. Members
of Oak Park Y. M. C. A. search
ing for him. Believed in accident.
Man believed to be Giovanni
Manolla, Holgate, O., found mur
dered in lumber yard at W. Oak
and Crosby sts. Head was near
S. Lambersky, 8, 3915 W. 26th
st., overcome by leaking gas
while in bathtub. Drowned.
Wagon thieves got $2,000
worth of cloth from M. Katfan's
dry goods store, 1543 Milwaukee
Walter Young, 3642 N. Win
chester av., victim of slippery
sidewalk. Hospital-. Severely hurt.
C. O, Sethness, member of
board of education. Pres. Seth