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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Elizabeth Bergner, 17, Chicago
University freshman, saved several
.hundred dollars in unlocked safe
when she grappled with burglar in
her father's laundry, 1167 N. State.st.
Albert Reckert, 15, Niles, III. Fell
off wagon. Undertaker.
Several men under arrest at Engle
wood station 'suspected of attack on
Anna Henstreet, 8, as she was on way
home from school.
Matthew Kennedy, waiter, attempt
tempted to awaken Charles Johnson,
carpenter, in saloon at 403 S. State
st. Johnson pulled gun. Cartridges
didn't explode. Arrested.
. Policeman Charles Saxon, traffic
cop at State and Mdnroe sts., severe
ly injured by auto.
Joseph Warner, 222 Throop st., vic
tim of two armed highwaymen. $30.
Thief forced way into home of Min
nie Barker, 2442 S. State st. Held
gun at her head and took $75 cash.
Police searching for Louis Anglan,
missing from home of friends, 3724
Bosworth av., after writing note say
ing he. was going to end his life.
Adolph Johnson, 1403 N. Whipple
st., fined $200 and costs for throwing
alarm clock at wife. Told court, he
struck her accidently. Maybe Adolph
was trying ( to alarm her.
Large water main at W. Taylor st.
and S. Western av. broke. Streets in
Coroner's jury exonerated Mrs.
Cora Pickett, '3147 Wentworth av.,
who shot and killed her husband,
March 29. Self-defense.
Caesar Bronzi, 725 Washington av.,
fined $200 and costs for bringing his
wife here from the country and mak
ing her lead 'a life of shame. She. was
formerly Lonise Smith, daughter of
farmer near Almont, la. Joseph Da
vinia, his companion', fined same
amount as an accomplice"
Arthur Strassen, 1251 W. Lake st.,
teamster, arrested for disrobing to
swim. Several drinks to blame.
B. Valantinia, 45, Italian laborer,
arrested by game warden, for killing,
a bird known as the great American
Chas. Pennington, 50, traveling
salesman, shot and killed by Harry
Parrell, machinist, in hallway of 1348.
Calumet av., where both men lived.
Was trying to enter Farrell's room.
Dr. W. L. Gregg, 502 S. 55th av.,
missing. Had recently been ordered
to pay his wife $100 alimony.
Esther Bradimore, 3, 2144 W. Har
rison st, fell from rear porch. Slight
John Cashman, 69, 5450 Princeton
av., fell Wednesday. Died today.
Thomas Raddan, 50, W. Harrison
and S. Dearborn sts., severely hurt
Mrs. Lena Zimmerman, 40, 1104
Grand av., wants police jto find h'er
husband, George. She inherited
$3,500 by death of her first husband.
George, she says, spent $2,000 up to
date having a good time and had dis
appeared with $1,500.
John Gall, owner of saloon 963 Mil
waukee av., wife, Anna, and Charles
Lave, bartender, arrested. Charged
with pandering. Mrs. Clara Wilkosz,
22,. and Miss Agnes Meeklinburdge,
R. L. Reid, brother of W. R. Reid,
secretary of Marshall & Huschart
Machinery Co., 17 S. Jefferson st.,
held to grand jury, charged with
sending indecent matter through
mails to his wife. $3,000 bonds.
T. P. Keyes, 45, real estate dealer,
35 S. Dearborn St., arrested, charged
with operating confidence game.
Owen Young, 2962 Indiana av., com
plainant. Tony Garcowitch,' 2503 Princeton
av., seriously injured with hammer by
John O'Hearn, 4122 N. Sacramento
John Williams, 19, 23 W. 28th st.,
negro, arrested, charged with being
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