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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Miss Cussie Korshek, 3144 Douglas
blvd., bitted by cat with rabies.
Two men threw'. brick through
Ross Mandel's jewelry store, 1453
Milwaukee av: $150 worth of rings
Trials of Daniel Donahue, Allien
Heppner and Isaac Stifel, in 'Punk
case, set for Sept 27.
Tony Latere, 17, swjped apple from
boy friend. Woman called police.
Dr. B. F. Roller and Jess Wester
gard will wrestle at Forest Park to
night. Mrs. Marie Chester, who her three
kids, is walking from Middleotwn, N.
Y.j to Minneapolis in 65 days, arrived
here and called on mayor.
Raphael Babi, 45, 720 Wells st.,.
struck by Clark st car at Ontario st
Body .found in lake, "foot" of Con
gress st., partly identified as that of
Matthew Brady, 45, former watch
man at stockyards.
John L. McNamara, who failed in
examination for chief engineer of
schools, may get job through trick
by friends. They plan to make duties
lighter and have him try again.
U. S. District Attorney. Miller,. In
dianapolis, has'sent 725-page argu
ment against granting defendants in
famous dynamite cases new trials.
RobertTand Johnny Bassett, two
little niggers, 10 and 5, arrived here
from Washington, D. C Lost
Frank Elliott, Orleans,. Ind., held 'up
by two men at 12th st. and Wabash
av..-. Got-$14 -and draft for $400. They
pulled out fountain pen nd made
him endorse check.
Chris Strassheim, former sheriff,
may be next Republican candidate
for president of County. Board.
Robbers got $1,000 booty from
home of M.,J.iSkillin','249'S. Maple
av., Oak Park. Nick Pape arrested
as suspect. h A "
' Geo. Scherman, Rjverdale, III.,' on
way'to'Portland, took walk withjtwo
men he met in railroad station. Out
$63 by confidence game. '
Little Wheaton has scandal. $1,460
missing from special assessment pav
State's Attorney Hoyne will soon
start investigation of Guggenheim di
vorce. J. C. O'Connor, Joliet real estate
man, accused of forgeries amounting
to $250,000, said to be on verge of
Three girls, wh,o had escaped from
Geneva State Home, found living in
cave near' Geneva with three young
"" "August' C. Fromm sued for divorce
because wife is in habit of beating
him up. ' " .
Geraldine Miller, 3, 4207 Langley
av., played with matches.' Dead, x
Nine o'clock curfew enforced in
2ioh City. " " ' "
W. H. Mullen, ironworker, 4132
Calumet av., fell 50 feet. Dead. '
McWeeny shifted eight sergeants."
Five men arrested as gamblers in
cigar store 68 W. Chicago av. "
Anna May Manson, Wheaton,
noted golfer, fined $10 for auto speeding-
Thelma Hubbard, 22, artist's
model, found dead" in room, 2955 In
diana av. Tablets" found on dresser.
Believed suicide. '
Delia Westburg, 19, 336 E. Oak st,
missing sinGe Thursday.
Ernest Borelli, 31," 117 N. 5th av.,
fined $100 for flirting. Arrested by
Policewoman Alice Clement
W. R. John, West Liberty, la., told
police he lost $30. Gave it to man to
pay express bill.
Phip Mitia, 31, tried to. save broth
er, Henry, 12, from crowd of boys.
Struck by brick. Skull fractured.
Anthony Basto, 23, 1710 N. Win
chester av., , stabbed by .crowd of
toughs who had insulted his 'wife.
State's Attorney Hovne wilL take'
ouster proceedings "against President
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