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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Turn women sliErhtlv hurt whfen
auto truck of "Englewood Storage &
Express Co., -5711 S. Halsted st, hit
51st st. car and knocked it off track
George Mather; -Soach and physi
cal director of Elgin High School,
quit his job. He says, W. L. Goble,
principal, called hini a "roughneck."
Frank Hoffman, hostler, died from
suffocation, and Mrs. Catherine Hen
ry, 70, seriously hurt when fire at
tacked Cleveland livery barn, 2319
W. Madison st Four horses burned
to death. Before Hoffman's death,
Wm. McKinley of Fire Insurance Pa
trol No. 6 rescued him from the burn
ing barn. Chas. Myers, suffering
from rheumatism, fell while trying
to escape. Hospital. Will recover.
Bonfire hi alley started fire. Several
of the 28 remaining horses may die.
Large fire loss.
Frank Seeger, 50, 2753 S. 41st st.,
knew he was dying, Boarded train
for Tigerton, Wis., to s6e sister. Died
as' train pulled into station- Hedrt
West Side Bartenders' Union, Lo
cal No. 649, will hold their open meet
ing at Alamae Hall, Madison and
Paulina sts., tonight, instead of last
night, as was stated in yesterday s
Day Book by error. The bartenders
are planning a campaign for higher
wages and shorter hours. m
Eddie Connors, arrested as pick
pocket. Said to have escaped with
companion frtm Criminal Court
building, during their trial for lar
ceny oa April 24.
Sergeant A. T. DeLong, oldest po
liceman in Bureau of Records, has
retired on half-pay pension. Has wife
and one son. '" '.
600 pounds of mushrooms seized
from storage house, 113 E. Michigan
gt, by revenue officers. Reported un7
Miss Elizabeth Rieck, 26, 5910 S.
LaSalle St., found dead in bathroom;.
Genres Dmas. 22. owner of shoe
shining shop, 762 E. 39th st, stabbed
and seriously wounded by John
Tanushi, business rival, who was ar
rested. Jennie Kosoiobitz, 12, 1424 Maple
wood,av., dead. Heart disease.
'Miss Emma Hitchcock, 32, 1249 W.
Washington blvd., missing. Had been
slck several weeks.
G. A. Metzger, married, -1339 .
Wrightwood av., superintendent for
JDinge-Squire Pickle -Co., killed by C.
& N. W. train.
Mrs. Anna Ginty, Toronto, wants
local police to find husband, John
Gmty, miner. Deserted her in Janu
ary. Believed here. '
Robert Ripley, mayor bf Riverside,
fined $10 and costs for speeding.
J. H. Hayes, 50, janitor, 5505 Kim-'
hark av.. at one time wealthvY died
at Washington Park Hospital. Alco-
J. H. Griffin, 5903 LaSalle st, fined
$50 and costs, charged with pushing
his mother-in-law, Mrs. M. Tierney,
5907 S. LaSalle av., and his wife out
of his home, April 23.
Jacob Sedue, 45, and Constant Le
ronshek, 35, 618 Maxwell st., arrest
ed, charged with stealing, $75 from
A. Lorenz, 560 W. 13th st, fivev,
REFUSE TRAINMEN'S DEMANDS
New York, May 1. Officials of 52
eastern railroads today flatly refused
a demand for Increased wages and
better working conditions made by
conductors and trainmen. '
It is probable the difference will re
sult in arbitration under the JSrdman
federal act, as was done in the case
of the firemen and-- engineers.
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Worth, the ere at dictator of-fash-
ions, says that when mef go barefoot
and without collars, women will stop
wearing corsets. See where you can
reduce the high cost of Jiving, fel
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