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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
E..N. Hurley may go to South
America as member of American
commission, to study system of cred
its and banking.
J. Ham Lewis very peeved when
letter lie wrote to Harry M. Pindell,
Peoria, offering him job as ambas
) sador to Russia for one year only be
Two robbers got $1.00 from David
Blocki, coal dealer, 1235 S. Kedzie
av., after beating him.
James, Cotton, 5339 S. Dearborn
st, badly burned by live wire.
Mrs. Emily Montague Bishop will
' present "Suffrage in the Seats of the
Mighty," a dramatic presentation of
what really goes on in a Senate de
bate, Sunday at 3 p. m., at 64 West
Randolph st., under the auspices of
the Women's Trade Union League.
Admission is free.
Joseph Detzleff, 2224 Kinzie st., in
terpreter, pushed down flight of
stairs by woman at 213 S. Halsted st.
Leg broken. Woman escaped.
Twenty" college students smashed
up South Side "L" train at Congress
st. station and fled.
Thirty-five men arrested in police
clean-up last night
Jos. J. Zbetovsky, 5005 W. 23d st,
justice of peace of Cicero, held up
and robbed of $2,250 in cash and $250
Roy O. West, National Republican
Committee, will urge meeting of G.
O. P. to plan for future.
Pupils of John Marshall High
School sang and danced with joy as
fire caused $10,000 damage to school.
A Job hunters still chasing Sen. J.
W Ham Lewis.
Officer Joseph Devane and Charles
Nelson badly beaten by three hold
up men at Madison and Desplaines
Mrs. Minnie Fiddler, 859 Belden av.,
bound and robbed by burglar.
Four dairy owners arrested and
fined $5 each as result of city's cam
paign against impure milli
Mrs. Eliza Woodman, 65, 3816 Parjk
av., drowned in bathtub.
Andrew Smith, 1625 Lunt av., and
Hazel Redder, 1725 Lunt av., each 4,
badly burned while playing with,
Unidentified man killed in after
election riot at East Chicago.
Jas. Constenance, 45, 114 W.
Huron st, rescued from lake by three
policemen. After rescue he tried to
Fire in rear of Union Hotel caused
slight panic in Olympic and Ganick
$3,000 worth of motion picture
films destroyed by fire in Weintz Ex
press Co., 438 Sherman st.
Council committee gave Health
Commissioner Young power to close
429 theaters if sanitation laws are
not complied with.
Mayor Harrison closed saloon of
Rudolph Van Hessen, 9174 Harbqr
av., because women entered place.
William Felan, 1444 Dickson st,
and Ingeman Lorentzen, 2451 JDrake
av., arrested after they abused
Fathers McNamee and O'Donnell, St.
Roy Gonya, 28, 150 W. 25th st.,
killed by fall from 2d floor window.
Samuel C. Chromen, 30, 814 W.
14th st, probably fatally injured
when Halsted st car struck his
John Hansen, 50, 3703 W. 61st st.,
seriously injured by auto. Driver got
Dr. Frank H. Blackmarr, in speech
before American Ass'n. of Clinical
Research, explained radium treat
ment of cancer.
Gertrude Hanson, 17, maid at home
of Otto Johnson, 9950 Lowe av., who
was. bound and gagged in burning
basement, admitted she framed up
Council committee wants to go
East to study subway conditions.
Mrs. Grace Guggenheim-Wahl will
drop case against her attorney, Lu-