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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Omar Ganschow, 10, 2156 Ewing
pi., steppe on rusty naU. Lockjaw.
$250,000 loss when Fire attacked
auto garage warehouse, 418-20 E.
47th st 60 electric autos destroyed.
No one hurt
Fire attacked building 4729-31 In
diana av. Residents of 16 flats driven
out Number of women and children
overcome by smoke. $20,000 loss.
Miss Catherine Doane, 22, 4114
Greenshaw st, dropped dead on Met
"L" station at 40th av. Heart dis
ease. Benjamin Weinstein, 1107 S. Hal
sted st, seriously burned and shocked
when trolley wire fell on him at W.
12th and Paulina sts.
W F. Browne, 1411 Washington
blvd., foreman over gang of non
union men at General Fire Extin
guisher Co., shot at six times last
night by three men in buggy at Wav
erly ct and Washington blvd. Es
caped. Missed their mark.
Nicholas Arvia, 16, just out of
Parental School, got mad when
mother refused him new pair of
shoes. Fired five shots. Mrs. Mary
Camasto, grandmother, frightened,,
fell to floor, bumped nose. Blood.
Neighbors thought she was shot and
were spanking Nicholas when police
arrived at house, 642 N. Rockwell st
Jewelry worth $300 stolen from
home of C. E. Deane, tenant of Wal
ton Apartments, 879 N. Clark st,
during fire there yesterday.
Mrs. Paulina Rakish, 8900 Green
Bay av., died at hospital from injuries
teceived from 3-tory fall from her
home, Joseph Rakish, husband, ar
rested. Had quarreled.
Florence Sells, 4, 6111 Wentworth
av.. fell from window. Killed.
Unknown man about 25 suicide in
Bubbly Creek at S. Halsted st bridge
near W. 39th st
Two boy burglars got jewelry
worth $7.5 from home of Nels Nelson,
3359 S. Olaremont a&r -
Wagon barglars got dlshpans,
dishes, knives and forks, clothing,
etc., from home of Mrs. C. Lebis, 408
S. Desplaines st Wagon was too
small to carry the house.
I. Zepla, 108 Cortez a., W. Pull
man, and J. Zbas, 10560 Indiana av.,
seriously injured by-auto of New
berry Auto Livery Co., 1124 S. Paul
Suitcase with jewelry worth $500
stolen by sneak thief from offices of
Norris, Alister & Co., Heyworth Bldg.
F. Weller, 40, painter, LaGrange,
EL, arrested here, charged with pass
ing worthless checks on different
'firms, drawn on his wife's account.
Sue refused to honor them
C. R. Vance, 2728 DiVersey ct, ar
rested, charged with contributing to
delinquency of Lena Locke, 17, maid
for Dr. L. CfParker, 923 Addison st,
missing since Wednesday. She went
ridirfg with him on motorcycle.
Three barns 'occupied by M. C.
Goode Candy Co., 10210-10214 Ew
Ing av., South Chicago, burned. $8,
000 loss. Three horses rescued.
Chas. Allen, 220 W. 109th st., rock
ed boat while fishing in Lake Calu
met. Two companions were ducked.
BRYAN THINKS DANGER POINT
IN JAPAN DEAL PASSED
Washington, May 9. Viscount
Chinda, Japanese ambassador, pre
sented to Secretary of State Bryan
todayhis government's objections to,
the anti-alien land bill, passed by the
California legislature, and awaiting
the signature of Gov. Johnson to be
come a law
Bryan and the ambassador were in
conference but a short time. The
secretary of state then "went to the
White House, where the Californfa,
situation was to be taken, up by the
cabinet Bryan indicated he believed
the danger of a serious misunder
standing between the two govem-
i ments was- passed.