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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Through routes on "L" roads put
into effect last night.
Mrs. Catherine Costello, 68, 528 E.
42d st., ran down and seriously hurt
by autoist who escaped.
Raymond Lippert, 4, 3244 Douglas
blvd., killed by auto of George W.
Mason, 1412 B. 66th st.
Subway bill will come up in city
Harry Rosenthal, 7, 1915 W. Taylor
St., seriously injured by auto driven
by Prank Reilhamer.
Former Chief McWeeny roasted by
Samuel P. Thrasher, Committee of
Fifteen, in speech at First Congre
Nathan Rutlio, 3510 Orleans St.,
drugged and robbed of $150 at Erie
and LaSalle sts.
Mrs. Kate Brown, 2115 Carroll av.,
found abandoned baby on doorstep.
Turned over to Foundlings' Home.
Fire routed families at 426 S.
Throop st. $10,000 loss.
Thirteen people arrested as disor
derly in -flat at 5 S. Lafln st.
Aristide Vingo, 1009 W. Polk st.,
dead and wife narrowly escaped
death by gas when kettle boiled over
and put out flame.
Twelve arrested as gamblers in V.
Culaia's poolroom, 872 Cambridge av.
Judge Mahoney freed six honor
prisoners yesterday morning.
Mary and Stephan Andsvak, 3 and
4, 5106 W. 31st St., badly burned
when they upset alcohol lamp.
"Padded-brick thief got $100
worth of jewelry from window of
store at 745 S. Clark St., near Clark
st. police station.
Michael Reed, 96, 1614 S. Homan
av., walked into City Hall and told
Policeman Nolan he was lost. Sent
Joseph Smith, Mormon chief, and
one of his wives helped dedicate new
Latter Day Saints' Church In Logan
Local Filipinos organize to urge
freedom for Philippine Islands.
Mary Weimer, 11, 1759 W. 21st p!.,
says that woman in auto cut off her
Ernest Rakalski, 1301 S. State st.,
shot and probably fatally wounded
himself after quarrel with wife.
Dr. Charles Bayard Mitchell, St,
James M. E. Church, used water
brought from River Jordan for bap
tizing children yesterday.
, Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones celebrat
ed 31st anniversary as head of Lin
coln Center yesterday.
Tony Cendelio, 218 Aberdeen st.r
probably fatally stabbed. Police
searching for Rocco Meshara, 515 S.
Henry Sanders, 600 N. May st.,
killed when building under construc
tion at 411 N. Claremant av., col
lapsed. Unidentified man struck and prob
ably fatally injured by North av. car
at Hawthorne: st.
Seven orderlies at Michael Reese
Hospital quit when ordered to pay $9
each for uniforms.
Geo. M. Miller. 10434 Avenue M. se-
I riously hurt by B. & O. train.
Frank Habelt, Cecil, Ore.r wrote
to Capt John Halpin that he was will
ing to marry Marie Calliers, leper
YoUng man arrested on charge of
stabbing Lawrence Dombrowskey,
1156 Cherry st.
West Side police searching for four
Alex Skeen, 43, 404 N. Clark st.,
found at foot of his stairs with skull
fractured. Police investigating.
Three men shot and wounded by
bicycle rider they had caused to fall
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Welsh, both
83, 2119 Crystal st, found dead In
Burglars got $180 worth of jew
elry from home of Arthur Martin,
840 Rush st.
John Smith, 43, 3109 S. Paulina st.,
jumped into river after girl jilted him.
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