Newspaper Page Text
INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Rumored that Isaac Stiefel may be
acquitted in Punk case.
John.R. McCabe, former city clerk,
arrested on disorderly charge on com
plaint of Mrs. Margaret Riordan, 415
S. Homan av.
Five people hurt when auto of
Fred Gartner, 8558 Cottage Grove
av.,' skidded and turned turtle.
Rev. A. -J. McGavick, Holy Angels'
Church, says keep boys off street at
night and check crime wave.
Troops ready to quell election riots
in Gary, Ind.
Two street cars crashed at 35th
and Wallace sts. Several people
Edwin Drury, 73, postmaster, Wil
mette, dropped dead.
Burglars got $200 worth of jew
elry from home of Albert Eney, 1008
Frank Kluvic, 38, picked up on
sidewalk in front of 1104 W. Huron
st. with fractured skull. Died later.
Baby boy, one day old, found on
steps of Washington Park Hospital.
Judge Geo.'Kersten returned to
bench after month's illness.
Wm. F. Corrigan, 5117 S. Ashland
av., had both wooden legs broken
when struck by car.
Michael Igoe, James R. Glass and
John Byrne appointed assistant dis
John M. Roach, for 16 years presi
dent of Chicago Railways Co., resign
ed. Henry A. Blair will succeed him.
Mrs. Mary Danorowsky, 537 Bick
erdike st, stabbed by Paul Sebastian,
517 N. Ada st, who was arrested.
Federal Judge Carpenter granted
city ten days in which to file answer
of Empire Voting Machine Co. suit.
Clyde A. CrisWell, artist, 70tf N.
State st, had his landlord arrested
when he moved all CrisweU's belopg
ings down in basement during his
State's Rep. Frank J. Snite denied
that he has quit Bull Moose party. x
Delia McAvoy, 9, 2542 S. Western
av., bitten by dog believed afflicted
Nathan Riley, 19, 1443 S. State st,
shot and wounded by Joseph Shima,
night watchman, 2247 Michigan av.
Geo. Minear, who shot three men
after being thrown from bicycle, sur
rendered himself to police.
Women are voting in twenty-three,.
Illinois cities today.
Work of selecting jury began in
clairvoyant trust cases.
Illinois state board of health wants
law with which to wipe out quacks.
Fire of mysterious origin destroyed
old Austin Mill Works, 4719 W. Kin
zie st. $5,000 loss.
Fire Lieut. John T. Moynihan ap
pointed a captain.
Mrs. Emma Farmer, 2297 Milwau
kee av., wants divorce from George
T. Farmer because he won't work.
Gen. Bramwell Booth will be here
Delegations of railway conductors,
engineers and switchmen went to
City Hall and protested against pro
posed electrification of railroad ter
minals. Capt. Glen Collins of His Majesty's
regiment sent back to Baltimore to
answer forgery charge.
Wm. Lorim'er has withdrawn sup
port from Dr. Duket, tuberculosis
Mrs. Claudia Dillon kidnaped her
6-year-old boy, Scott, in Judge Petit's
court during legal fight for posses
sion of child.
Two men who forced Hazel Huber,
19, into their auto at Jackson blvd.
and Halsted st, fined $100 each by
Max Annenberg, Tribune circula
tion man, filed suit for. $50,000
against .N. D. Cochran, editor of The
o o y-
Robinson i hear you fell out with
the bank. Jackson ;Yes I lost my
balance, a ,