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I DCAL DOINGS, IN TABLOID FORM
Two robbers tried to rob Thomp
son's restaurant, 91 W. Randolph st.
Cashier Jos. Smith saved the $150 in
the cash register. Fired at robbers
and chased 'em.
Burglars got $3,500 of valuables at
home of Mrs. Jean I. Harper, 3508
PiHe Grove av. Folks at theater.
Two boys robbed four Hyde Park
women inside on an hour and got
about $30. Snatched purses.
Burglars got $500 worth of jewelry
and stuff at home of A. H. Praeck,
4550 N. Ashland av. Nobody home.
Police recovered $900 worth of
stuff stolen by employe of Montgom
ery Ward. Detective Tim Keough
got the stuff.
Ray Mahan, 19, 3814 Emerald av.,
wrecked auto belonging to Herbert
Hinchcliffe, 153 N. Wood st. .Arrested.
Big wagon broke down on car
tracks at Denning pi. Traffic blocked
30 minutes. 10,000 delayed.
Fifty-two cases disposed of in
Court for the Insane. Women jurors
handled 21 cases.
Clarence S. Darrow will speak at
the Young People's Socialist League
Hall, 1432 W. Madison street, Sunday
evening, Dec. 7. His subject will be
"Hendrick Ibsen." Admission is 15
Frank Butralek, 8702 Escanaba av.,
held to grand jury. John Czwick,
neighbor, fined $10. Fight.
Drs. John S. Waterman, T. L. Helm
and Julian S. Meyer want $300,000
from American Medical Association.
Claim association called them
Repair shops, Street's Western
Stable Car Line, partly destroyed by
fire. 25 cars burned. Damage
Victor Sinclair, 4500S. Park av.,
fined $100. Embraced Mary C.
Brady on State st. bridge.
"Safety first for babies" will be
plea of the public safety commission.
20 infants burned or scaldedto death
in Chicago last month.
Jos. Deredowski, 8700 Marquette
av., killed by I. C. train, South Chi-,-cago
Terry Diggs, negro, arrested.
Charged with murder of -Elizabeth
Wheelock, Sallisaw, Okla.
Chas. Knorr, 6, 1700 W. Lake st.f
killed by Lake st. car.
Chas. Dooley, negro, held at
Woodlawn station. Suspect in Ida'
J Leegson murder.
Miss Caroline Knipping, Forest
Park, awarded $2,000. Shock from
telephone caused abscess.
Near panic at Orpheum Theater,
Gary. Two performers overcome by
Only 8 women willing to take jobs
at polls. Have no trouble qualifying
Mrs. G. A. Stevens, wife Pres.
Moline Plow Co., robbed at Hotel
Congress. Jewel box missing. Value
C. K. Landon, jeweler, 1116 Hey
worth bldg., robbed by two fashion
ably dressed women. Necklace and
diamond, value $250.
Regular meeting of Anti-Hearst
Trade Union League will be held to
night at Ruud's Hall, Wabansia and'
Mrs. John H. Hopkins, 5701 Black-
stone av.; Miss Millie Roth, 558 E.
51st St.; Mrs. L. Prager, 5477 Dor
chester av., and Mrs. Chas. S. Painter,
5006 Dorchester av., robbed in Hyde
Park. Purse snatchers.
35 pieces of silverware stolen from
Mrs. A. E. Jones, 940 Castlewood ter
race, recovered from lake.
Mrs. Augusta Jacselman-, 62, 3040
Delmont St., found dead. Open gas
Matthew S. Baldwin, Evanston
millionaire, and bondsman for Jack
Johnson, found dead. Gas. Police
Arty. Harold J. Finder freed in
arson case. Jury out 11 mintues.
Women bellhops make first appear
ance in America at Hotel LaSalle,