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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Mrs. Elliott Dunn, 749 Oakwood
blvd., struck by auto Oct. 9, died
Solomon E. Henoch, cigarmaker,
209 B. 37th st, shot and killed him
self. Ill health.
Three women hurt when auto col
lided with Harrison st car at Spring
Patrick McKenna, aged sailor,
struck and injured by taxicab at Rush
Louis Van Hagan, 69, 512 Wells st.,
Mrs. John Flanders, 6425 N. Paul
ina st, hurt in street car collision.
Wm. Jeske, 4353 Henderson st.,
beaten and robbed by three men.
Three caught after trying to rob
drug store at 958 N. Leavitt st.
Two footpads got $19 and gold
watch from W. N. Batch, 1220 Bur
Allan McDonnell, 3227 Belden av.,
seriously hurt when motorcycle -ran
into telegraph pole -on .Elgin road.
Wm. Connors arrested after firing
five shots at his brother-in-law, John
Jones, 752 W. Congress st.
Tony Diago, 236 W. 23d st., dead,
and Michael Alasa, wounded, after
revolver fight over price of beer.
Louis Hickothier, 10 E. Indiana st.,
says his wife makes him go without
shave so he won't look so handsome
to other women. i
Alfred Wallin, Craysville, III., killed
when he stepped off moving State st
r Evanston blind 'pig raided. Eleven
Judge Mahoney freed six honor
prisoners yesterday. John Ryan died
in cell. Epilepsy.
Marana Mlyperie, despondent Rus
sian laborer",1 stopped from throwing
himself under street car by Officer
John O'Donnell, S. Clark st. station.
L S. Perkins, wealthy rapcher,
Eagle Butte, S. D., tried twice to jump
in lake. Stopped by police. Wife gone
with another man.
Women's Party of Cook County
will aid work of Public Safety Com
mission. Six newspaper reporters narrowly
escaped death w'hen yacht capsized'
Stanley Waterloo, famous journal
ist and writer, will be buried from
Press Club tomorrows, morning.
PeterSalvaborbini, 15, 435 S. Oak
ley blvd., died from injuries received
when run down by auto of Stephan
Ciezlewicz, 2700 N. Kolin av.
John Novak, 79, 2633 Trumbull av.f
shot and killed himself.
Police raided disorderly flats at
2311 S. Wabash av. and 2243 Cot
tage Grove av. Eight women and
nine men arrested.
Mrs. Etta Powers, 2201 W. Lake
St., had husband arrested after she
caught him in room with Elizabeth
Babcock, 1254 W. Madison st
North Shore in danger of typhoid
Twenty thousand Italians paraded
yesterday in honor of Christopher
Four ministers used Henry Spen
cer's murders for sermon themes
Unidentified man, about 45, well
dressed, tied heavy stone around
waist and jumped into lake at 53d st
Joseph Lawranz, 3111 Sheffield av.,
suicide. Cut throat Out of work.
Jack Johnson .has become natural
ized citizen of Prance.
Rev. Smith Thomas Ford, Engle
wood Baptist church, says devil has
shaken his horns and only keeps best
of company now.
Walter Parker, 11, disappeared
from Home for Jewish Friendless Fri
day. Fourteen Chinamen arrested for
gambling in raids on 533 S. Clark st
and 223 W. 22d st
Dr. A. L. Blunt, 4043 Prairie av.,
arrested on murder charge. Accused
of having performed illegal operation
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