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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Wm T. Kirby, head, of ..wrecked
xiroy DanK, ioqaypieaneu uut guutgf
to two indictment,-one perjury and
one concealment. of $20,000 worth of
Coroner Peter M. Hoffmanrdifect
ing investigation of murder of George
Dietz, tailor, slain April.J4,oday, in,
a letter, - was threatened " with death
unless he discontinuedHherbbe. -
"Eat more lamb and. mutton arid
less beef," advises Swift & Co., meat
packers, "if you would reduce the
cost of living." The company issued
its 1913 "Year Book", today.
Five boys, all under 17 years, ar-
rested charged with robbery. Robbed
grocery store ef Max Bearsh, 743
Bunker st, of $25 and jewelry worth
Joseph Schneider and father-in-law,
Jacob Jacobson, 1248 S. Central
Park av., fought over piece ofl steak.
Jacob cut Joseph with fork and "beat
it." Joseph slightly cut
Morris Weisman, 557 W. 12th St.,
owner of dog that chased Lillian
Gindling, 12, 1247 S. Jefferson St.,
five blocks and bit her on ieft leg.
Oscar Jacobson, alias "Eddie"
Jackson and Frank O'Neil, both with
police records, arrested on W. Madi
son street car as two of five pick-
pockets who started riot in car in at
tempt to get $1,000 from J. T. Mc
Arty, 5236 Washington blvd.
Pulmotor saved Mrs. A. Zabel, 53,
1309 Belmont av., son, Fred, 22, and
daughter, Ella, 18, overcome by gas
in their home, r
Mary Smith, 7, Joliet, burned to
death. Bonfire. Mother saw her
death from window and could do
Marshall Shephard, 32, negro, 4102
S. State st, shot and killed by Wm.
McCulla, 30, 4534 S. Dearborn st,
negro. Result of old quarrel. McCulla
Fred Ruedeal, teamster, 3606 Mc
Lean' st.f thrown' -'off wagon onto
tongue between Jiqraehteng3treetc
car, struck wagon. Rode there until
iHc-rses were, stopped by Policeman A.
'rJ'Sullivan.; Slightly hurt
FB. Montgomery, 6143 Kenmore
av., and wife' severely hurt when their
auto hit lamp post and turned over
Chas. Eiserman, Walikegan fisHer-
man, missing since Nov. 15, 1912.
Btidy found in lake yesterday. Sui
C. W. Mihton, 35, 7959. Yale av.,
electrician for city, fell from electric
light pole. Killed.
Robert McDowell, Jr., 11,2102 Og
denav., missing. Believed he entered
box car while playing and was. car
Mrs. Mary Meehan, 50, carried
down ladder and saved when fire at-
tacked building in rear of 2259 Ra
Permits for 33 signs on S. State
st between Van Buren and Polk,
cancelled by Mayor Harrison.
C. F. Wright, 5216 Southport av.,
wore a straw hat in the loop yester
day. No one beaned him.
OUR EXACT ARTIST
A "Real estate boomI .