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Wagori robbers in store of A. P.
Holbrook & Qo., 350 W. Ohio st Got
hides worth $1,000.
Owen Parey,22 S. Peoria st, al
leged pickpocket, fined ?100 and sen
tenced to Bridewell for six months.
Pasquale Panico, 614 Forquer st,
waiter, shot and seriously wounded
by unidentified man, believed his
cousin, in cigar store of W. Hent
schell, 1108 W. Lake' st, where Pan
ico and "Lucy" -were talking. Assail
ant fired two shots, then stabbed
Panico and fled with "Lucy.'-
Andrew Ostrega, owner of build
ing, 1534 Fry st, which was burned
Tuesday, entered police station and
asked that cops be sent there to re
pair damage. Told he would have to
get carpenter, but cop would be de
tailed to watch the place. .
Phillip Malkan and wife, Mrs. An
na, 5124 Sheridan Road, severely
hurt in auto accident.
D. Domini, 9Q6 S. Morgan st, seri
ously injured by street car. Was rid
Rose Stacinsky, 4, 1725 S. San
gamon st, played near bonfire; Dead.
Paul Ciahotny, 2051 W. 25th st,
teamster,, fell off wagon. Killed.
Leonard Ambrose, 12, 3529 S. 5th
av., bitten by bull dog of B. Comls
key, 3517 S. 5th av., brother of Chas.
Comiskey of White Sox.
Fox terrier bit Ernest Stansen, 7,
3511 S. 5th av.
Water Foss, 26", 3022 Darwin ter
race, fined $100 and costs for thiving
blind horse against "L" structure
post, killing the animal.
Mrs. Paulina Rokish, 26, 8960
Green Bay av., fell from window.
Hospital. Seriously Injured.
A. Klaus, 23, 1642 Cleveland av.,
severely burned in explosion. Hos
pital May die.
Man killed by Stewart Trickier,
watchman, in M. C. yards, identified
as Dell Dingman, 4333 Kearney st,
an Francisco, Cal
Mrs. Fannie Pinkus, 18-jear-o(Ic.
1 wife of a year, attempted suicide at
nome, Lawndaie av. Add quarreled
with husband. Will recover.
Albert Gosynski, 2618 W. 24th st,
attempted suicide, Tried to leap in
river. Saved by cop. Despondent
over-failure to find work to support
wife 61 two months.
Chas. Breek, 21, 1441 Grand av.,
fined $200 and- costs as "jack-roller."
ENTHUSIASM AMONG STRIKING
GARMENT WORKERS SPREADS
The garment workers in the pants
department of the M. L. Oberndorf
Company this morning joined the
strikers who went out yesterday and
the entire plant was practically tied,
up by noon today. No additional ar
rests have been made today, and the
fourteen plcJketa arrested yesterday'.,
were to be tried before a jury this
The enthusiasm and agitation
among the garment workers Is
spreading so rapidly that the Gar
ment Workers' "Union Is not able to
hdld all of the meetings it is re
quested to conduct and many shops
are holding- meetings independently.
There is a big probability that the
workers in one association house
aiter another win go out if 'their de
mands are not Immediately granted.
The great number of the workers
in Kuh, Nathan & Fisher, Becker
mann Company and the ContlnentaL
Tailoring Company are already or
From the shop of Alfred Deck &
Cohn, 300 have joined the union and
at a meeting to be held Saturday,
their demands will be drawn nip and
probably submitted to the firm on.
Mondaymorning. If thejirm refuses
to treat with them, there is a possi
bility that these workers will also go
out on strike.
"No, sir," said a weary-looking
man in a train to an individual by his
side. ""I wouldn't marry the best wo
man alive. I've been a draper too
long for that"