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ing which l.QOO shots were fired and
34 homes riddled.
Operators claim that strikers fired
on an auto containing Baldwin-Feltse
detectives and employes of the Victor-American
Coal Comjpany while
they were enroute to the Hastings
INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Judge Pam unheld conspiracy in
dictments against Daniel Donohue,
Isaac Stiefel and Aileen Heppner.
Police found nitroglycerin planted
by Antohny Henning, confessed safe
blower, on Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul tracks at Fuilerton and Wright
Jeannette Marlow, 27,' domestic at
home of Mrs. A- J. Wood, 9123
Mackinaw av., suicide. Poison. Ill
John Miller, 35, waiter, died, after
being struck by auto driven by H. B.
Bartman, 5166 Indiana av., at Mon
roe st. and Michigan av.
Chicago schol teachers will hold
priniaries for three places on board
of trustees Tuesday.
Jos. Wilkie, salesman, 26 N. Camp
bell av., stabbed under eye. Refuses
to tell assailant's name.
George Richardson, 225 Sheldon
St., disappeared after attacking and
probably fatally injuring his wife.
Burglars got $59 and jewelry from
home of Missine Brookman, 319 S.
$150 worth of cigars stolen from
M. Toomajon's store, 821 W. Jack
Jeanette Wieland, 2, 1025 Addison
av., swallowed matches. Dead.
Methodist Ministers' Ass'n., repre
senting 30,000 Chicagoans, protested
against government segregating its
employes by race "and color.
Prof. Charles Zueblin, noted au
thor, says presenjt political parties
will perish. Not much hope for them
because they don't give a square deal
to union labor.
Victor Saracino, conductor, .2011
W. Adams st, killed by Penna train.
Evidence purporting to shqw.tam
pefufg with prospective,. jurors hi
Spira-Drosdowitz arson case may be
presented to Judge Brentano.
Two-year-old boy found wander
ing around Madison and Halsted sts.
Desplaines st. station.
Mayor Harrison told two Indian
visitors that he was descendant of
John Miller, waiter, probably fat
ally injured by auto driven by H. N.
Bartman, 5166 Indiana av.
Chicago Reduction Co. has with
drawn offer to sell garbage plant for.
Abe Goldberg, 11, badly huft by
street car at Paulina and Polk sts.
Helen Butka, 2138 Webster av.,
struck and injured by auto owned
and driven by John L. Smith, 330 S.
Chas. Horberg, 1313 S. Johnson St.,
struck by auto truck owned by John
V. Farwell Co. v
Hold-up man called Wm. Gunn, 629
Woodlawn Park, to door of his home
and robbed him of $25.
Paul Poiret, Parisian style dictator,
visited stockyards and said he felt
like brbther to the pig.
Aldermanic committee which is to
investigate city's expenditures wants
appropriation of $10,000. i
Loren Bronpe, former banker,
drowned in Rome Pond, near Wau
Medill McCormick and Harold, Lt'
Ickles deny rumors of strike in ranks
of Progressive party.
Chief Bailiff of Municipal Court
Cermak in war against -summons
dodgers. ' ,
Mystery surrounds finding of bodyj
of Dennis Culhane, 46, 1430 Wash-
burne av., in gasrfilled room. No
jets turned on. ,
Mrs. Anna Sherer and, Michael.
Fofipyr, sentenced, to sixjaojit.haea.ch
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