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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
John Stein, 8, 10208 Avenue L, has
disappeared. Said to have been kid
naped by two men.
Atty. Gen. McReynolds' passed
through Chicago today on way to El
kin, Ky., to see mother.
Two new suspects arrested in con
nection with murder of Mrs. Salva
tore Cito. 827 Sedgewick st
Hearing of testimony in trial of
Barney Bertsche and "Prof." Jamea
Ryan, alleged heads of clairvoyant
trust, has begun.
Commissioner of Public Works Mc
Gann has ordered C, Br & Q. Rail
road to tear up old tracks.
Fifty girls in panic when fire at
tacked Unity Laundry, 2246 Keys pi.
Jacob C. Houser, 48, 55 W. On
tario St., found dead in gas-filled
room.' Police believe suicide.
Joseph Rhinelander pleaded guilty
to killing Edward Cooney, 1101 W.
Randolph st. Accused dead man of
teaching him cocaine habit One year
Francis R. Dennis, president of
Mexico Development Co., arrested on
charge pf assaulting W. F. Hall,
A. H. Rambo, 70, broker, killed by
Chicago & Northwestern train.
Robert Barry, 4, 926 N. Hamlin av.,
played with matches. Dead.
Capt. Halpin received telegram
that Mrs. Belle Gunnes, who ran al
leged death farm in Indiana years
ago, is in Hot Springs, Ark.
Katherine Potterman, 17, and her
father, Eola, HL, seriously burned
when she started fire with gasoline.
Officers Henry Binder and Edward
Sullivan, Rawson st, station, shot and
wounded when they tried to arrest
Leo Dorouskey, 1524 Dickson st.
Henry Lane Wilson, former ambas
sador to Mexico, is in Chicago. Won't
talk about Mexico.
Henry Hoyt,, 32, 448 S. Clark st,
hurt by auto truck of Empire Con
James Rose, arrested in LaCrosse,
denied any knowledge of Addison,
111., bank robbery. Not much evi
dence on him.
Walter Nikel, 7, 812 N. Sangamon
st, struck and injured by auto owned
and driven by C. H. Limbach, 1027
Harold Cedarholm, 27, 2033 Prairie
av., severely hurt by auto of Ernest
Severn, 629 E. 50th st.
Unidentified stranger at meeting of
Public Safety Commission offered to
bet that all autos exceeded 12 miles
Fire believed caused by Black Hand
routed four families at 1030 Town
Michael O'Brien, 1353 W. 55th st.,
unlicensed chauffeur, employed by
Monarch Laundry Co., fined $100 and
costs by Judge Fry. '
Jewelry worth $1,500 lost in fire
at home of Asst. State's Atty. Ernest
Langtry, 4634 Prairie av. (
Jhree hundred and fifty injured
and one killed by accidents during
"L" platform at Adams st. and Wa
bash av. will be extended in order to
Two burglar suspects arrested at
A. C. McClurg & Co.'s plant, 330 E.
M. C. Van Loon, 50, 418 Sherman
st, who was injured by 31st st car,
Arthur Carey, salesman, indicted
by federal grand jury on- charge of
taking Laura Fleuker from Bjirling
ton, Wis., to Antioch, HL, for immoral
Masons aiding in search for Harry
M. Lent, 2823 Warren av., missing
since early last week.
Mrs. Sarah Foster, 214 W. Garfield
blvd., indicted for sending-by mail an
advertisement of a card lottery
Theophile C. Grandpre, an attor
ney, filed suit for divorce. Says wife
bit him, threw beer bottle and cut
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