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LOCAL fiOlfoGS IN TABLOID FORM ' M
olds st while latter was asleep rf
porch of his home. Arrested youths
after chase, in -which Sullivan fell
and was hurt
Margaret Sands, 8 found Iri door
way at Morgan, st. and Washington
blvd. Said she had been abandoned
by her mother!, who was deserted by
her father. Said her father 4 was
Daniel SandSj a laborer, formerly of
1030 Washington blvd. Girl held at
Clark st jpolice stations
Commercial and improvement or
ganization! have asked mayor and
city council to have J3. Water st.
market moved to another BectiQn of
city. Congestion of wagons held to
obstruct surface cars.
Abba Lincoln Cavart-Sfigplrd, 6500
Monroe av., has asked Council to pass
order allowing her to Wear tfotfBers
Members of council committde on
noise hare divided work, and each
alderman will investigate some par
John Bruhing, jeweler, 7624 S.
Halstd st, shot and killed John Rob
erts, 15, 658 W. 8ist st, in front of
Bruning's store. Brunihg claims the
youth and a companion tried 15 enter
a window, and he thought he was
shooting at a- burglar. Other" boy
ran away. Bruhing arretted pend
ing coroner's inquest
LUIte Smith, 15, 137 14th av., Mel
rose Park, fdund In bewildered condi
tion at Elston and N. 40th avs, told
the police she frag held prisoner in
Melrose Park Hotel, yhere she was
taken by chauffeur June 1.
Detectives Mortimer, McDonald
and Gilson, West Chicago station,
went to Italian rooming house at 517
S. Center av. to investigate fepdrt
two roomers had been robbed. Other
occupants thought cops were bur
glars and fired on them, Kd ono
John Lenik, employe of Pohlman
Brothers & do., florists, Morton
Grove, invented electric soit-mjbdtts
Chief Justice Baldwin this after
noon handed down a decision that
President Alexander McCormick was
legally elected to the office.
C. F. Bixel, 101 W. 103 st., weight
300 pounds, jumped from launch into
Chicago river. Wanted to commit
suicide. Floated and couldn't sink.
Rescued by lif e-saving crew. Fought
and tried to leap back to river. Held
at Central police station.
Diamond Worth $1,200 "lost" by
Mrs. Martha K. Shayne, widow of
John T. Shayne, during dinner at
cafe. She passed stone among her
gUests and it didn't return. Has
asked police to find diamond. Guests
will be questioned.
While family VMs away, home 6f
Mrs. Ewaid H. Siebel, 933 Greenwood
terrace, entered by two men, who
tdok jewelry and silver worth $2,000.
Baby Albert Fratto, 721 & LaSalle
st, instantly killed by fall frdm third
Harry Smith, 14 E, 13th st,
painter, instantly killed by auto early
today at 13th and State sts. Iliree
men and two women in machine,
which did not stop. "Machine believed
to have belonged to Ayto Taxi Co.
"Police hunting for Gordon Reed,
chauffeur, 4610 Hazel av. Left gar
age last night and did not return this
Samuel Hoppe, 62, 1724 W. 14th
pi., probably fatally injured when
ttrUck by wrecking wagOn Of Chicago
Railways do. at Lake st and Ked
fcieav. , . .
Robbers broke open safe in Baer
Bros.' grocery, 6630 S. State st, and
escaped with ?400.
Three men Who held U6 arid
stabbed E&fl McDonald, 285i W.
Monroe st, at Halsted and Congress,
captured by Desplaines st police,
who pursued bandits in bakery
detectives Sullivan and Binder,
Rawson st, saw three young Men
rob ftmy Cichdwicz, 1636 McHeyn-
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