LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Anna Matousek, 19, 917 North
Mars'hfield av., drank muriatic acid
last night because brother drove
mother from home. Will recover.
a James Sdom, 40, 3222 LaSalle av.,
P and W. P. Nuckles, 30, 3104 LaSalle
avt, fatally injured in fall from scaf
fold at third story of "Honeymoon
Flats," 78th st and Muskegon av.,
this morning. Alleged rope was cut
Detectives on the case.
Fifty horses burned to death In fire
, that destroyed barn and warehouse
of W. A. Wieboldt & Co., 1535 W.
Mrs. Alfred Hamburger, 4344
,Grand blvd., wrecked her electric
auto on curbstone near Washington
Park to avoid striking little girl. Her
own child, Joseph, 3, hurt by crash.
Mrs. A. Starr Best, Evanston, head
of Drama League of America, fined
$5 and costs for having unclean alley.
Mrs. Hazel Everett, 25, 1061 W.
.Monroe st, hurled from speeding
auto by two men at Madison and Des-
plaines sts. Ankles broken. Refuses
Seventy nurses were first city em
ployes to get their 20 per cent back
Sir Tom Talbot Leyland Scans
brick, Greaves Hall Banks, Lanca
shire, refused to pay $4 an hour for
taxi. Went by meter. Cost him $9.60
for hour's ride.
Someone stole divinity school seal
and two Babylonic tablets from desk
of Prof. P. C. Eiselson, Garrett Bib
p lical Institute, Evanston.
County Judge Owens has ordered
trustees of all cemetaries in Cook
County to turn in itemized accounts
of their finances.
Albert Kusniarz, 100, knocked
down and seriously injured by wagon
at N. Center av. and W. Huron st.
County Hospital. Calls for 98-yeaf-old
Luke Kalas, former inspector of
police, killed bjr falL down stairs pf
fiome 4-023 Front st,
Two men probably fatally injured
and man, and woman badly hurt when
work car collided with street car at
Grand and 40th avs.
Municipal Judge Uhlir issued sub
poena for Alderman Stanley Kunz,
who caused arrest of Frank Soff,
2054 Mohawk st, for contributing to
dependency of child, and later drop
ped, case. Uhlir wants to know why.
Triplets born to Mrs. Rose Scala,
wife of Louis Scala, laborer, 738
Mather st Doing fine.
Patrolman William Ohm, Des-.
plaines st station, discharged from
force on charge of having associated
South Park Commissioner Al Mohr
ordered to pay Attorney Percy B.
Eckhart $500. Eckhart accused
Mohr of taking undue interest in
Mrs. H. Gary, Hot Springs, Ark.
Mohr is married.
Mrs. Maria Robishaw, 77, wants
divorce from Joseph Robishaw, 52.
Claims he cost her $200,000 and then
left her penniless. ,
Divorce granted to S. Belle Tuck
against Louis Tuck by Judge Gibbons
revealed fact that former is, Sophie
Tucker, musical comedy actress. She
has child 8 years old.
Joseph Wondra, 14, 1908 Blue Is
land av., kicked over lamp. Clothes
caught fire. Dead.
Mrs. Mattie D. Barranard has sued
Clement, Curtis & Co., brokers, for
$25,000 she claims she lost through
operations of A. M. Clement
Eddie Jackson found guilty twice
yesterday for picking pockets. One
sentence of 1 to 10 years, other from
1 to 5. Attorney A. J. Moran made
motion for new trial.
Thieves broke into B. & O,. freight
car at S. Western av. and 14th st
and stole $1,000 worth of merchan
dise. Election Commissioner Czarnecki
will ask County Judge Owens to pun
ish all election judges and clerks who
violas ballot few,
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