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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Dudley Carfts Watson, Art Insti
tute, says Chicago has no buildings
which will last 100 years.
The Anti-Hearst Trade Union
League will hold its regular weekly
meeting at Ruud's Hall, Washtenaw
and Wabansia avs, Friday evening.
Jos. Hamel, switchman, Pittsburgh,
Ft Wayne & Chicago Railroad, killed
H. B. Meiers, 3624 N. Clark st., ar
rested after taxicab chase on charge
of short-changing Lulu Tweedle,
. cashier L. C. Smith, 123 S. Wa
University of Chicago annual mus
tache race begins tomorrow.
Sen. Newlands, Nevada, is hurry
ing to Washington with xevised'cur
Sammy Carniol, 16, 4135 W. Lake
st, arrested for playing fake messen
Rose Mitchell, 3112 Prairie av., was
7 years old yesterday and was killed
by a street car.
Fire, probably due to spontaneous
combustion, caused $25,000 damage
to Bartholomae & Roesing brewery.
The At Last Lodge of the Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen will give
their 22d annual ball Friday" evening,
Nov. 14, at Princess Rink.'Madison st
and Ogden av.
Mrs. Alvin Bergstrom, 7213 St.
Lawrence av., is sitting by door with
club. She had found out that her
son, Carl, 23, was married, to Marie
W. Wolfe, 5704 S. Halsted st, in
David Rose, who was indicted for
marking ballots by special grand jury
on July 18, was caught yesterday in
Maxwell st. court.
State Sen. Edmond Beall, Alton,
believes stafe legislature should meet
only once every ten years.
W. T. Barry, 4707 Cottage Grove
av., arrested on arson charge.
Clara Styles, 8, Maine township,
won spelling bee against 81 contestants.
Families routed in $3,500 fire that
attacked house at 3141 N. Califor
Sec'y of War Garrison, on Nov. 20,
will hear city and South Park offi
cials on lake front improvement
Society's Drama League at war
over importation of Stratford-on-Avon
Rollo S. Parker, 28, former Hyde
Park High School student, who es
caped from Elgin Asylum, caught
when he tried to pass bad checks.
David M. Pfaelzer, County Board
of Assessors, came back from Eu
rope with plan to have police aid as
sessors. Dominick Cassarrello, Milwaukee,
probably fatally stabbed by uniden
tified Italian in front of 715 Taylor st.
Joseph Mosino, Gary, shot and
probably fatally wounded in fight
over girl with Joseph Lipp.
Three-year-old boy with loog hair
found at 73d st .and S. Marshfield av.
Harry Halverson, 60, 2537 W.
North av., crushed to death between
two Kedzie av. cars.
Oak Park wants street named
Fannie Brin and Annie Masonick
fined $100 each by Judge Mack for
sending "race suicide" medicine
Alex Morrow, 34, negro, 4445 S.
Dearborn st, shot and seriously
wounded by Wm. Wallace, 4439
John L. Audendried, missing for
14 years, declared legally dead by
Probate Judge Gregg.
Mrs. A. P. Samuels, 9118 Buffalo
av., who declared she would rather
"dig up dead husband" than part with
dog that had bitten boy, fined $10
August Gemich, 43, 1639 N. West
ern av., died from injuries sustained
in fall from street car.
A. A. McCormick advised women
attending Illinois Federation of Wo-