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NEWS OF THE DA if CONCERNING CHICAGO
Joshua Tedford, manager of the
"Hub," sentenced for conspiracy in
1906 to 7 years in Joliet, pardoned by
Got?. Dunne today. -
Chas. Coede, 20, 1617 Belmont av.,
arrested. Stabbed Julius Gross, sa
loonkeeper, 3252 N. Leavitt st. An
gry because free lunch was gone.
Arthur Nelson, P. J. Howley and
E. C. Slack, street car conductors,
arrested. Disorderly' conduct.
Man, believed to be Timothy Hal
lisey, killed by C. & N. W. switch
i engine at Kenzie and N. Halsted sts.
. Mrs. George Wilson, 6522 S. Jus
tine St., dropped dead in Paris Cloak
Store, 4746 S. Ashland av.
Mail carriers swamped by Xmas
gifts. Use roller skates, trucks and
go-carts, but fail to keep up with
Ninno Sacco to sue "Traffic," play
ing at Howard's Theater. Claims use
of name hurts case. Is under indict
ment in New New York on white
Hannah Edwards, suffering from
collapse, admits that Leroy Appleton
was her sweetheart. Appleton shot
himself while 'phoning her.
Blind Mrs. Mattie McCabe, who
sells shoestrings near E. Van Buren
st, wants Judge Pinckney to let her
14-year-old son stay with her.
Western Union Telegraph officials
charged by the Telegraphers' Union
with endeavoring to smash union.
Company denies charge.
A score of Texas "longhorns" freed
when cattle train collided at Taylor
and S. Rockwell st. Police turned
cowboys and "herded" runaways.
H. F. Baldwin, Benton Harbor,
Mich., offers $100 for discovery of
wife. Missing a week.
Anton Swanson, S. Chicago, held
for murder of father. Says he was
intoxicated at time.
Charges against Melville Reeves,
his wife Margaret, and Russell
Thompson, alleged "skyscraper bur
glars," continued until Monday. ,
Mrs- Rose Potenga, 602 S.xMay st.,
suicided. Melancholia. Third at
tempt. Twelve physicians took exam for
attending staff physician, County
Hospital. Seven vacancies to be filled.-
John Barnock, Gary, father of five,
killed at American Bridge Co.'s plant.
John Poico, Gary, killed at Inland
Steel Company plant.
Philip Andrews, 837 Drexel blvd.,
slipped from ladder. Bricks and hod
crashed on head.
Thos. JO'Gara, receiver of O'Gara
Coal Co., claims charges of misman
agement are false. Says Walter B
Kerr, dismissed secretary of com
pany, wants to get "even."
Fred C. Campbell, city chemist,
sued for divorce. Alleged cruelty.
William Ryan, 515 N. Clark st., ar
rested. Boasted of firing Jacob
Prank's saloon, 501 N. Clark st.
William Von Hagen, 5, 1120 La
throp av., and J. Rottlo, peddler, sav
ed from electrocution by Policeman
J. W. Johnson.
Nicholas Pape and Joseph Bavuso
sentenced to pen. Robbed three Oak
Twenty-five more municipal bonds
sold. Total $432,000.
Loop to be lidfess for New Year
revels. 7,350 reservations made at
Efficiency to form basis for salary
increase. City employes must have
good grades to advance.
Qhief Gleason to protect women on
surface "owl" lines.
Council to, act on "L" protests.
Complaints on express service stirred
Max Medloff, 30,28 N. Halsted st.,
attempted suicide in cell at Des
plaines st. station.
Mrs. Clara Walson, 6705 Lakewood
av., arrested. Wrote threatening let
ters to mayor. Question sanity.
Paul Paradazinski, pres. Polish
American Correspondence School,
937 Milwaukee av., and Valentine,