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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Six people were injured when a
"Wabash passenger train crashed into
a Halsted st. car at 75th and S. Hal-
sted sts. Street car thrown into
ditch and train derailed.
Francis J. Malone, poiiceman as
signed to .school of instruction, is
first on new sergeant's list.
Nine firemen overcome in $10,000
fire at S. B. Arnold's bakery, 404 S.
Jc'in C. Eastman, publisher of Chi
cago Journal, urged to run for U. S.
Senate by 22d Ward Italians.
Twelve men arrested in gambling
raid on 1536 S. Michigan av.
. Frank Lynch, saloonkeeper, 501 S.
Dearborn st, lost license. Girls in
Roulette gamo in Tempi 3 Court
building, Dearborn and Quincy sts.,
raided by police. Two men airested.
Att'y Francis D. 3orrelli urged for
job as assistant U. S. district att'y.
John W. Houston, chief adult pro
bation officer, says drink a id rela
tives cau3 most family woes.
Police soarchng for IViinnie Cor
coran, 16, Burnham, 111., who disap
peared Oci. 20.
Mrs. Josephine Lenka, 73, 8812
Houston av.. died of injuries received
Oct. 16 wh2n she was struck by
motorcycle of Chas. Lslby, 10o42
Thos. F. Ber.-y,. conductor oi Ar
cher limits car, robbed of $23 by
Fred J. Scott, jeweler, 6220 Rosalie
av.; found at foot of stairs leading to
Stony 'Island av., "L" station, Is dead.
Skull fractured. Police Investigating.
Leta Loraine Symonds, Wauke'gan,
injured by brick through through
window of 'Northwestern train. As
Citizens Ass'n praised work of
Mayor Harrison and County Judge
Body of baby boy found in alley
behind Consumers' Co., 1506 S. Ash
land ay S, kufl crushgdj
Mrs. Gertrude Howe Britton ad
mits she's a candidate for chief of
Evelyn Fitzgerald, 3, died of burns
received Oct. 28.
Gustave Harter, 4758 Indiana av.,
found dead in bathtub. Gas.
Police say arrests are near in Al
bion, HI., bank robbery.
Mrs. Frank A. Nickey, who disap
peared, returned home laJt night. Re
fused to tell where she was.
Congress Hote! is protesting
against noise made by Illinois Central
Mayor Harrison calls Bion Arnold's
subway plan "dinky." Says if it went
into effect West Siders would have to
John B. Palmer, 81, had his son,
William, 51, sent to jail because he
"can't do anything with the boy."
Government investigating charges
of rebating and other alleged illegal
transactions between O'Gara Coal
Co. and New York Central lines.
Sol Kellar, 824 Read ct., wrecked
his auto in effort to avoid striking
David Gurko, 15, 743 Temple st. Boy
was struck, however, and sustained
Catherine Cri.nmins, domestic,
identified picture of Magnus Oberg,
ex convict, a& that of one of two men
s.ho robbed home of Miles Devine
U. S. Sen. Sherman addressed
Western Society of the Potomac.
Paid tribute to Abraham Lincoln.
Board of supervising engineers op
poses granting Chicago & Northern
Interurban Railway Co. right to en
John W. Rainey, clerk of Circuit
Court, is being groomed for mayor, it
is reported. Rainey is Roger Sulli
Mrs. Augusta Dean hurt by auto
driven by Jose C. Crawford, 2740
Cottage Grove av.
Julius Rosenwald told members of
Advertising Club, that giving coin to,