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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Henry Rumtt, 30, 3901 N. Kedvale
av., killed boarding Northwestern
Two men grabbed thousands of
dollars in jewelry at store 109 W.
Washington st. Frightened by Albert
Shonts, watchman. Beat it, leaving
Edward Hillyer, 2150 W. Madison
St., wagon man Fair store, robbed $5.
Mrs. Margaret Weber, 48, 3344 Par
nell av., overcome by gas. Resus
citated. "Moss" Enright guest of Chicago
Building Trades Council. Officers in
stalled last night.
Municipal free employment office
opened at 629 W. Washington av.
False alarni of "fire" raised in Vir
ginia Theater, Madison and Halsted
sts. Panic. Number trampled on.
No one injured. Ernest Ielwitz, 20,
1503 Warren av., arrested. Charged
with disorderly conduct.
Joseph Signes, 833 W. 54th st.,
fined $10. Speeding.
Thomas D. Boyd, president Louis
iana State "University, seeks son,
Henry C. Boyd, 18, who disappeared
Want New Year's lid in cafes. Citi
zens ask mayor to close restaurants
at la. m.
William Philips, contractor, Au
rora, offered jobs to two men. Re
lieved of $75.
Frank Larwin, saloonkeeper, 2301
Western av., held up. Conrad Schmidt
felled would-be highwayman with
broom. Martin Brandt arrested.
Mrs. Josephine Galonski, 1014 W.
32d St., killed by bullet wound. Hus
band, Frank, and Joseph Kushner
shak, boarder, held.
, Paul Ypgman, 6047 Lafayette av.,
argued with Thos. Cassella. Receiv
ed wound in head.
Mrs. Proposo Columbo, 1029 New
berry av., justified by coroner's,, jury.
Killed Dominick Gentile, 1037 New-
3'erry av. Interfered when beating
John Tasto, turned over to U. S.
secret service, alleged to have raised
Six of the 20 men paroled by Judge
Scully failed to appear. 14 who ap
Joseph Cavalone, bartender, identi
fied by Michael Martino as man who
wounded him. Will be held pending
outcome of Martino's injuries.
Mrs. Anna Kelly, 31, colored, 4829
Federal St., died from burns. Lamp
John Gleason, 45, 1108 W. Con
gress st, died at West Side Hospital.
Scalded by boiler explosion Dec. 18.
Adolph Diastene, 27, 4562 Avon
dale av., probably fatally injured by
auto. Raymond Carroll, 352 S. Hum
phry av., chauffeur, released on $1,
Herman Ridditz, 58, 812 N. Robey
st, killed. Driving team, struck hole.
Thrown to pavement. Neck broken.
Edward Delaney, 13, 7018 Kim
bark av., run over by I. C. train. Was
stealing ride. Left leg severed.
4,876 vessels entered Chicago port
in 1913. Registered tonnage 4,703,
495 entered. Cleared 4,368,826.
Want annex to Morals Court.
Laboratory required for medical
treatment of offenders.
Bandits steal Walden Shaw Co.
taxi. Lf D. Shapiro, chauffeur, rob
bed of $55.
William Diehl, 730 Wells st., cap
tured at 55 W. Austin av. Had cut
right ankle breaking window. Held
George Bloom, 1437 Elburn av.,
robbed. $237 and diamond ring.
Receipts at county recorder's of
fice for 1913 $322,306.
Fred Clody, 920 W. 36th st. chauf
feur Morris & Co., exonerated in
death of Anthony Tuchoski, killed by
Mrs. Mary Meis, 2105 S. Clifford
Park av., suicide. Gas.
Christmas mail breaks all records.
2,500,000 packages sent by Chicago-