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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
. Eight "wouldrbe tough guys"
'jumped Policeman Chas. Hooge
waen ne was called to quiet tnem on
a Western av. car today."" He was
severely bruised. They then started
to beat passengers?. Motorman. and.
conductor armed with switehrod and1
.controller drove them from car. No
Two robb'ers entered home of R.
Gunderlock, 1807 Bernice av. Gun
derlock, armed with revolver, held
them until police arrived.
$1,200 loss when fire destroyed 2
story frame bldg. at 744 W. Division
st. Many people rescued by firemen
and policemen. No one hurt. '
Policeman Joseph' Smith shot and.
killed his sister-in-law, Mrs. Hosie
Smith, 230 W. 23rd st, then gave
himself up. Was drunk. Said she
caused arrest of hisvson for theft.
Frank Garke, 2146 Belle Plaine av.,
Two persons injured when Chi
cago and Oak Park "L" train jump
ed track at Kinzie av. station. Panic.
Many cut by flying glass.
Charles Lawrence Boeoklen and
Joseph Franz found frozen in ice on
Lake Pistakee wtih their hands
clasped to each other. Revived at
According to Examiner today, an
other auto bandit gang is believed
to be in the city, Teddy Webb (Even
ing American's boy reformer) was
not the only auto bandit leader then.
Lafislaw Ralina, 4, 1643 Throop st.,
cprlrmslv ininrAH hv Rrppt rav'
Michael .Nolan, 420 S.-Clark st-v
victim of slippery sidewalk. Brokeni
- Richard Loeder, 2011- Osgood st.,
taken, to hospital unconscious after
wind blew gas out while--he was
Walter Earle and Elmer Zaleski,
both 15, went sailing. Boat capsized.
Swam, to 'shore. '- "
Frank Salmer, 1233 S. Wabash av.'r
seriously hurt when street car struck
his wagon. f
Thos. Windele, 822 E. 45th st., ser
iously injured by State' stl car.
Railroads in Illinois,-during year
ending June 30, 1912, killed 965 per
sons. 28 mdn arrested in gambling raid
on Turkish Coffee House, 506 to.
Green st. Charged with disorderly
Local parcel postoffice leads-all of
fices during month of February.
Frank Yanker, 1017 Crosby st.,
dead from injuries received when he
was beaten unconscious at his home
Saturday. Police looking for Stanley
Sardis, who according to Julia Yan
ker, 11, did the beating. '
Small loss in fire which broke out
in Verdi Theater, W. 35th st and S.
Seeley av. Alice Peters, pianist, play
ed "Wearing of the Green," which
stopped a panics
John Chipman, crane operator at
Illinois Steel- Co., killed' when iron
mold fell on him.
Chas. Weizel, 1324 Hegeland av.,
painter, killed when scaffold at Wolff
Mnfg. Co., 601 W., Lake st, fell.
Mrs. J. G. Rice,- 5134 Inoiana av.,
victim of burglars. Wedding jewelry
and silverware worth $400 stolen.
Mrs. Katherine McGrath, 5242 S.
Morgan st, dropped dead in St. John
the Baptist-Rbmn Church yesterday.
Louis Sat k us, 2010 Ruble st-, seri
ously stabbed during'fight in front of
saloon at 17th and Union sts. Frank
Arlosski, 21, 1955' Canalport av., ar
rested. Chas. Potter; Racine, Wis., gave a
stranger $45 to keep for him. Wants
police to find stranger.
Man entered saloon of Carl Eng
quist, 800 W. North av., as a cus
tomer was handing bartender a $5
bill. Pointed a gun at them and took
Dill and beat it.
Herbert Robinson, negro, 4655 S.
Dearborn st, shot and severely
wounded by M. Darren, restaurant