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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
" Ed. Fisher,.5, 114 S. Western av.,
' killed by Western av. car.
Julius Cross, 2615 W. Jackson
blvd., driver for National Biscuit Co.,
seriously hur.t when street car struck
Mrs. M. Paulette, widow, 409 E.
39th St., kept revolver under her pil
low since she and her 18-year-old
daughter were attacked and beaten
by robbers 6 weeks ago. Heard burglar-last
night. Fired.. Trail of blood
was found in alley where burglar es
caped. U. S. District Attorney Wilkerson
today filed 62 suits against I. C. Ry.,
charging violation of federal -15-hour
Ed.'Schultz, 661 W. Madison st.,
dead. Blood poison. Cut on right
R. Crawford, iron worker, 4039 S.
State st., accidentally shot and seri
ously wounded himself. "Unloaded"
Oscar Stahlberg,y922 N. Park av.,
injured when auto struck, bicycle.
When he looked for ,is 'bicycle it
was gone. s
John Higgins, 1969 W. Erie st., sen
tenced to 113-days 'in-Bridewell. His
baby cried in court room. Judge
Sabath heard it and-discharged Hig
gins. Major J. C. Wilson elected for life
to succeed himself by members of
First Cavalry, I. N.t.
Louis Faurberg, driver for Foote
Livery, 3149 W. Madison St., stabbed
and severely wounded by J. Cornell,
fellow employe in quarrel.
George Frazer, bellboy at Welling
ton' hotel, and living at 5642 Monroe
av., shot and severely-wounded by
Wm. Needham, bellboy, during quar
rel. Ralph Nelson, 6, 9050 Addison St.,
killed by street car. His dog pulled
hinuin front of car.
14 agents and officials of Barr &
widen Mercantile Agency, :608 S
grand jury for participation in air
JegaT $3,000,000. fraud.
Mrs. Jj.P. Sherlock, wife-of mil
lionaire president of Illinois, Nail Co.,
suing for divorce. Charges tlftm with
John Peterson, 162 W. Superior st.,
shot. Hospital. Police found him. In
vestigating how it happened. Will die.
Tango dance will be allowed at the
annual function given by U, of C. co
eds, known as the "Campus Follies."
Art Meeker, Tango reformer, is in
California visiting his sick son.
' Frank M. Bunch, who Was presi
dent of Board of Trade in 1912, has
been ousted. Found guilty of "buck
eting." Miss-Anne E. Wing and Miss Sarah
B. Curtis, half sisters, 1691 W. Con
gress St., buried yesterday. Died of
J. W.' Sexton, 6949 Emerald av.,
stenographer, fined $100 and costs
on complaint of Miss Chaliste Co
nant 1223 Winona av., who charged
him' with annoying her in ah Evans-,
ton av. car.
25,000 'cigarettes stolen from
wagon of Isaac Briskin, wholesale to
bacco dealer, 516 S.-sHalsted st. Val
ued at $400.
McAvoy Brewing Co. gave Fire
Marshal C. F: Seyferllch a "check for
$50 for the firemen's pension fund for
services of the'flremen at a fire at its
plant on Feb. 22. .
- Esther Ellesburgh, 11, West Chi
cago, daughter-' of fqrmer chief of po
lice, fell through ifce while on errand
for her mother. Rescued. Narrowly,
John Wohderlee, 2412 Burling st:,.
bookkeeper for C M. ;& St P. Ry., '
suicide. Gun. HI Health.
Judge Gemmill threatened to fine.
Mrs. Catherine Quinn, 2'619.B6swoxth
av., $20' for each day she keeps"her
'daughter out of school. Doctors have
been issuing false certificates as. to
me gin s inness.
Dearborn sfc; Indicted Jiy. federal I Charged with ffieff of flOOj Mrs,