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$3,080 worth of freight from Chicago
Home of Geo. E. Haskell, 1025 Hol
lywood av., burglarized. $2,500 worth
of loot taken.
Mrs. Maud Schwab, daughter of
Nelson Morris, "want sdivorce. De
sertion. Frank Carthy, 8 W. 22d st, and
John Murphy, 2012 S. Michigan av.,
arrested after pistol battle. Tried to
rob Wolfson's saloon, 2036 S. Wa
Armed man entered A. J. Jonson's
grocery, 2042 W. Lake St., locked
clerk in room, rifled register of $30.
A. J. Strongin, 919 S. Lafln St.,
beaten by 2 young men. Lost $30.
Mrs. E. M. Potter, 5119 Prairie av.,
, lost purse and 2 gold watches. Pick
pockets. Mrs. Alice Sing, accused of murder
ing Chinese husband, acquitted. State
unexpectedly closed prosecution. No
evidence involving woman.
Vice-President Marshall to receive
$300 a lecture on tour through Mid
Extra deputy sheriffs rushed to
Judge Walker's courtroom. Plot al
leged to liberate John Q'Donnell,
charged with murder of Philip Sulli
Jury of Harold F. Schneider com
pleted. Prosecution will show that
he rehearsed plans to kill Logue
week before the murder.
One hundred new cars to be
bought by Chicago City Railway.
Will T. Oavies, jailer, county jail,
to appear in court Jan. 3. Said to
have confined Mamie Cusac and
Chas. Papalorum in same room. Girl
accuses Papalorum of being father
Washington. Sen. Ashhurst intro
duced "bill for construction of barbed
wire fence along Mexicon frontier
from Pacific to Rio Grande.
Milwaukee. Alleging he kissed
her while crowning a tooth, Mrs.
Anna Johnson -sued Dr. Gilbert I.
Wenk'er, dentist, for $5,000 damages.
On boarding a train to take a short
rail trip, old chap, I was estounded
and alarmed by the ancient wooden
railway carriage to which I was as
signed. A fellow passenger also took
umbrage at the dilapitated condition
of the car and exclaimed:
"Say, where did"' they get this
matchwood rattler out of the junk
pile or the National Museum? If this
ark ever collided with a cream puff
it would bust apart like the froth on
a campaign cigar. Why don't they
give us up-to-date iron rail-boats to
travel in, the kind that put the dent
in accident? Dfnged if I'm going to
risk my neck on the Lame Duck Ex
press. Let me off this Deadwood mail
Washington. Dispatches from
battleship Ohio reported 9 cases of
illness other than smallpox, making
total of 82 under tiiedical care at
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