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crushed between two cars on Wabash
near Madison. Jacobs tried to pass
between two care. Third car ran into
one of standing cars and pinned him.
One leg severed and other crushed.
Did not lose consciousness. Prac
Bernard Fink, 40, 4528 N. 42d av.,
escaped from Elgin insane asylum.
Police on lookout for him.
Twelve young men from 18 to 22
years old, arrested m Wicker Park,
Robey and Fowler sts., for annoying
Mrs. Lottie Curnow, 909 W. Wash
ington blvd., found dead in bed at her
home. Desplaines st. police search
ing for her husband. George Morley,
808 W. Washington blvd., who found
body, detained pending inquest.
Michael C. Friel, 2506 Seminary
av., business agent for Stationary
Firemen's Union, dying in Alexian
Brothers' Hospital from assault by
two men at Lincoln and Wrightwood
avs. early today. Friel said two men
wearing uniforms of Chicago . Rail
ways Co. leaped from doorway.
Charles Cobbs, 39, 1103 S. State
st, stabbed in head and right side by
William Torter, same address. Both
Thomas Kilroy, 408 S. Homan av.,
messenger boy, went to sleep in I. C.
freight car at 13th st. Beaten by
three negroes who demanded money.
Judiciary committee of city coun
cil will recommend that down-town
bridges be closed to, boats between
6:30 and 9 a. m. and 4:30 and 6:30
p. m. Will prevent tie-up of loop
workers going to and from offices.
Add half hour to closed time in morn
ing and hour in afternoon.
One hundreds boys and girls mob
bed Stanley Rasewaki, 8555 Sherman
av., while police were arresting him
for beating and cutting his wife.
Woman in hospital in serious con
dition. Rasewski locked up.
Henry J. Beilman, saloonkeeper,
2104 N. Western av., shot and prob
ably fatally wounded by two robbers
who escaped. ;
Attorney George L. Schein, Chi
cago, and Harold J. Hirst, New York,
indicted for accepting money on pre
tense they were going to fix state's
Police seeking Bessie M. Weils,
trained nurse, and S. H. Arthur,
broker, both of Los Angeles. Accus
ed of $250 forgery in home town.
Tail end of great storm that raged
mostly in Wisconsin, Nebraska,
Minnesota and Northern Illinois
struck Chicago last night
Mrs. Harriet N. Burnham, who
tried suicide by taking bichloride of
mercury, will live.
Chief McWeeny has formed gam?
bling squad to work directly out of
Deputy Supt. of Police Funk
houser's auto struck and injured Max
Cardott, 1809 Lake St., Evanston.
Mrs. Lottie Curnow, 40, 909 W.
Washington blvd., found dead in bed.
Mayor Harrison's ordinance pro
viding for 10 policewomen favorably
reported by committee on schools,
fire, police and civil service.
Otto Pearson, who posed as news
paper man and robbed several
houses, fined $1,000 and costs and
given year in Bridewell by Judge
Lieut.-Gov. Barratt O'Hara will be
acting governor for about a week.
Dunne's on trip.
Anna Locus, 18, and Emily Freitag,
17, filed suit for $10,000 each
against Fred Harvey Co. for trans
porting them to Texas on alleged
Horse fell into lake at foot of In
diana st. Rescued by rope attached
Judge Petit scored- state's attor
ney's office and then fined Assistant
State's Attorney Henry A. Berger $25
for contempt Later remitted fine.
Hoyne sent letter to finance com
mittee of county board claiming they
could not legally grant $15,000 ap
propriation to Judge Cooper's special
grand jury without his permission.