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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
S'x followers of "Sun Cult" Hanish
ti ted to hold prayer meeting in Judge
Mack's court. Chased y bailiffs.
Wm. Smith, negro, shot and prob
ably fatally wounded by watchman
artcr throwing brick through window
of Goldman & Doyle's millinery store,
3218 S. State sL
Michael Erreo, 300 E. 115th st., ar
rested on suspicion of having thrown
bomb into home of Fred Nigro, 221
Bernadette Crowley, 15, who was
awarded $3,500 judgment from Chi
cago City Railways Co., for loss of
leg, will go to school with money.
John Cummings arrested as sus
pect in numerous padded brick bur
glaries. Chicago South Side Club wants
loop abolished and subway started.
John S. Pope, 910 Grace st., ar
rested on charge of passing bad
George Sandusky, Dunning'guard,
indicted for murder of Chas. Hoen
Chief Probation Officer John W.
Houston wants more assistants.
Harry A. Wheeler, president of
Chamber of Commerce, says tariff
has nothing to do with high cost of
Judge Dolan has ordered all "boes"
brought into Desplaines st. court to
be washed and shaved first.
Prohibitionists'" hope to make town
dry at next election.
Mrs. Jennie Anderson got year in
Bridewell for slashing dresses in Car
son, Pirie, Scott & Co.'s.
Sergt. Thos. Dockinson and Officer
Jos. Schelsky, Evanston police, may
be fired for watching lady pose as
"September Morn" at stag party
Frank Lam o fit, 6817 Lafayette av.,
Dookkeeper Wm. Krug & 'Sons, ar---ed
on embezzlement charge.
Dr. Emanuel Kargin, 5419 Michi
'n av., swallowed bichloride of mer
:ury Friday. Out of danger.
Dorothea Sargent, Glepcoe, had
suitcase containing $750 in jewelry
and valuables stolen from auto in
front of Majestic Theater.
Seven men hurt by runaway horse
that crashed through window of Dan
Klein's saloon, 120 S. Halsted st.
Chas. Dooley, negro, arrested at
Woodlawn station, confessed robbing
home late Edward Morris and three
other houses. Capt. Alcock thinks
he knows something of Leegson case.
Orva G. Williams elected president
of Ohio Society of Chicago.
County Agent will distribute 4,000
Thanksgiving baskets to poor today.
Dr. George Sam, Chinese physi
cian, took fur collar at the Fair. $100
and 10 days.
Joseph Brown & Co., jewelers,
want $100,000 damages from Key
stone Publishing Co. Claim magazine
article hurt business.
Man in County Hospital who lost
memory still unidentified.
Goods held in bond get benefit of
rebate. New tariff law brings thou
sands into importers' pockets.
Evanston citizens want warning
bells removed at crossings. Claim
they cannot sleep. No action taken
La Verne W. Noyes, owner of New
London Hotel, Michigan blvd. and
20th st., got injunction against lessee.
Rooms rented for improper purposes.
Forty-one cases of artificially col
ored and adulterated wine were seiz
ed by federal agents. Madison st.
worried about Ky.
John Lyons, civil war veteran, 9040
Erie av., disappeared from home. Po
Francisco Asnoto, barber, 1326
Grand av., fined $10 and costs. No
Aid Holding wants policemen to
take drunks home when not disor
derly. Ira ,M. Cobe, president Assets
Realization Co., awarded $25,144.
Sued Frederick H. Bartlett, real es-
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