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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Fire caused $40,000 loss to, build
ing occupied by Gridley, Maxon & Co.,
25 W. S. Water st
John Alexander, magician, found
dead in gas-filled room, 617 N. Clark
$500 worth of jewelry stolen from
Mrs. Geo. V. Harvey, 3244 Groveland
av. Japanese butler being sought.
Samuel Meyers, 702 S. Paulma St.,
beaten and robbed of $13,50 by three
Five students at Bernarr MacFad
den Physical Culture School, 42d st
and Grand blvd., stricken with small
pox. Thos. Eskiness, 836 S. Wabash
av., also reported stricken.
Grand jury may be asked to inves
tigate Sol Lewinsohnrs affairs.
Richard Herner, 12 Congress' Park,
accidentally shotand wounded by Ar
thur Redis, 12. " -
Mrs. Margaret Green, J4, 221 Ains
lee st, drowned in pool of water in
front of her home.
HABITS FORMED EARLY
"A good deal depends on the form
ation of early habits."
"I know it. When I was a baby
my mother hired a woman to wheel
me about, and I have been pushed for
money ever since."
Anton Bacia, 4718 S. Hermitage
av., killed between two street cars.
Joseph B. Shine will lecture on
"Greece" Tuesday evening, Nov. 18,
at Stanford Park.
Clyde Kelly, motion picture opera
tor, probably fatally injured. Thrown
from train. Stealing ride.
Grace Crane, 18, and brother, 14,
5310 Federal St., arrested for stealing
newspaper from home of Dr. James
Coker. 5207 S. Wabash av.
Turkeys may be sent by parcels
post this year.
Police searching for Antone Arato.
Alleged to have beaten Mrs. Prances
Melise, 30, Cincinnati.
Adolph Martin and Rudolph Du
deck, trusties dt Dunning, escaped.
John Rodke, 45, 1911 George St.,
injured by auto of Harry Timm, 1640
Andrew Juzyk, 62, 2917 Southport
av., badly burned in fire that attack
Wm. Flannagan, 1706 Indiana av.,
probably fatally injured by street car.
Six honor prisoners released by
Judge Mahoney yesterday.
Sec'y of Navy Daniels will visit
Lake Bluff naval station tpday.
Gold watch stolen from Mrs. Lena
Hyphews, 1455 W. 63d st
Harold Treib, 6, 888 N. LaSaJle st.,
ran away for 38th time. Found.
Several sons of prominent Glencoe
citizens arrested for gambling when
police raided Glencoe Inn.
J. L. McComan beaten and robbed
of $1 and gold watch on Clark st
Mrs. Potter Palmer back in Chi
cago. Postoffice clerks passed resolution
calling parcels post a hardship.
Billy Lindsay, boy witness in Han
ish case, and his mother are missing.
Gen. Bramwell Booth talked about
his father before crowd ot Medinah
Mrs. Lena Fenjuli, 2002 W. Super
ior st, arrested while trying to wreck
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