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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING-GHIC AGO
Bernard McGovern, 644 W. Madi
son st., dead. Fractured skull. Pell;
". Joseph Smith, 3436 W. .23rd st,
dead. Fell. ,
Thos. O'Mara, felrfrom jadder.
Fractured skull. Dead. , J
Anna Erickson, 16, Glenn Ellen,
who was "killed by N." W. By. train
last week was buried late yesterday.
Edith, 20, her sister,, is believed to be
going, insane from the shock of flee
ing her thrown 100 feet byv'the. train.
-Under physician's care. No watch-:
man at the crossing and the girls did
not seeithe train. .
Thomas Coleman and Joseph Otto
arrested by detectives after fist light
on front platform- of street car. Al
Harry Hagerman, 1040 -North
Park av., sporting 'writer, died yes
Frank Godas, 252 Ev 115th street,
killed by .1. C. train.
U. S. Marshall Hoy spent $13.92
to' seize ,a motor boat tnat iauea 10
comply -with government regulations.
At government auction the boat "sold
at only $3.50.
Big circus showmen, who will meet
here rFriday and Saturday have
agreed to bar liquor from the dinner
menus. Pink lemonade is included.
Miss Virginia Brooks' speeches
yesterday at the polls while she was
leading the fight for the entire reform-ticket
at "West Hammond will
practically elect her candidates.
Burglars found in 2d. floor offices
of Chas. E., Potter Ostrich Plume Co.,
1526 S'.. Wabash ,av;, as they were
about, to blow safe. JohnSweeney
and John Morgan arrested after gun
.battle, with police. Other two escaped.
v Fred Fleckiristelnf.8, 5100 Lowe av.,
killed by 51st st. car. Motorman and
- Mrs. Martha Hagan and her 3-year-old
girl and- crippled aunt were
ejected from their 3-room home in
rear of. 2219 Herndon sf. when they
cb.uux't.pay rent. Pollce.looklngfor
her husband who deserted lier Jo
months ago., y
162 cases measles, 85 cases, scar
let fever and 51 cases of dipththeria
Police are hired and paid by the
city to protest human life. Why not
have a policeman stationed at busy
corners at busy hours to pull some
of the bugs who try to get on
crowded street .cars and thus put
women 'passengers' lives in peril.
Stanley Huebner, 1619 N. Ashland
av'.JinedjOO for beating his father,
80, and mother, 79. Unable to pay.
Sent to House of Correction. Ad
mitted he had not worked for 22
years. , According to her testimony, $.11 in
11 months was entire .amount 'given
by Chas. Bowe, 3739 Elmwood avv
to his wife, Catherine. Said she
earned money for herself at the wash
tub. Says he is liquor dealer and
spent$30 on champagne at Christ
mas eve celebration. Charges him
with threatening' her life.
Mrs. Alice Leik, 870 Sedgwick st.,
and Herman Gertz, 2536 Sacramento
av., assistant manager People's Gas
Light & Coke Co., fined $60 eactTfor
disorderly conduct. ,
"Nine out of ten rich men's' sons
are going to the bad." Speaker at
supper- ofx Kaymen's Missionary
Movement at Auditorium hotel last
Christian lOlsoh, youtHt 2820 W.
North av., arrested charged with
operating confidence game.
Mrs. Rose Gannon,- suing Chicago
Railways Co. 'for $10,0001 Said on,
March 1(7, 1910 her dress caught on
projection On floor of a car, throwing
her to the ground,, striking on, her
head. Says the fall ruined Her voice.
She was a singer. "
Robber struck Mrs. Ralph Gates,
4457 Ellis av., on head. Took her
handbag containing $50 and valua
ble papers. '
Frank Stoojm, 4742 W. 'Madison