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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
William H. Roberts, 43, porter in
butcher shop, 744 N. Clark St., in
jured while removing box underneath
counter. Dislodged cleaver almost
severed left ear.
Fred Schroeder, 5138 S. Hermitage
av., driver Carson-Pirie auto, robbed
Apartment janitors threaten strike.
Want recognition of union.
Mrs. S. K. Nelson carried out un
conscious and 5 other persons almost
suffocated at fire that destroyed Win
netka Merchandise Co. "building, Win
netka, 111. Loss $60,000.
Home of Arlan W. Converse, Win
netka looted. $1,000 worth of stuff
Twelve men suspected of being
safe blowers arrested in raid of S.
Wabash av. rooming house.
Fire in basement of saloon at In
diana av. and 31st st Bon Ton
movie theater next door emptied
while blaze was on. Damage $300.
Henry W. Walker, attorney, sued
by Mrs. Lizette F. Spreene, mine
owner. Wants him restrained from
selling 500,000 shares of stock.
M. J. Mose. Daniel Gilbert and
Charles Applequist, exonerated. Were
accused of shooting Henry L. Deike.
Council passed ordinance to stop
fake newspaper advertising. Penalty
$25 to $200.
City council orders County Hos
pital investigation. Death of John
Lyons, who was refused admittance,
Louis Cushik, 528 N. Elizabeth St.,
threatened to break up dice game.
Shot. Lost one finger.
Burglars entered flat of C. E. Leon
ard, 655 N. Spaulding av: Escaped
J. J. Bergen, conductorNRacine av.
car, robbed. $6.
Four detectives of "flying squad"
threatened with death by score of
men at Barone Bros.' saloon, 1024
Cambridge ay. Police want license
Three store owners fined by Judge
Uhlir for selling tobacco to minors.
18 similar cases continued until
Only a sixteen-hundredth part of
the surface of the globe is occupied
by the British Isles.
Mid-Winter Festival will be held at
Stanford Park, Jefferson and 14th pi.,
Wednesday, Dec. 31, at 3:30 and 8
Spectacular fire in the 11th and
12th stories of the Powers Bldg., 37 S.
Wabash. Two slightly hurt Dam
Mrs. Sadie Selig, 47, 4448 St. Law
rence av., missing. Demented. Po
Miss Anna Matusek. 24. 3724. S.-
rWood st, struck on head with ham
mer. Wouldn't talk with man who
stopped her. May die.
Archibald Collins, Englishman, held
in county jail, charged mistreating
boy. Denies accusation and claims if ,
is plot to steal $250,000 estate. Leo
nard Golsuzki, 16, 1940 Oakdale av.,
Michael Adamik, 28, 1341 Wade st.,
shot by unidentified- man. Leg may
Judge Cooper ordered new inquiry
in vote fraud case. Granted power
to investigate perjury charges.
Mrs. Mae Flynn wants divorce from.
Dr. Harry V. Flynn, dentist. Alleged'
cruelty and threat to kill.
James Cahill and Mary, wife, 23 E.
22d st, asphyxiated.
Max Klugman and Sadie Cohen,
prominent members of the Young
People's Socialist League, were mar
ried" Sunday at 1215 Marion pi. 250
guests were present.
Palace shoe-shinmg parlor, 1051
W. 12th st, robbed $5. Thieves then
hrnlfo thrnmrh tooII ond wV.V.nVl' .
United Cigar Co. safe $170.
Walter Moss, 7710 Palmer st, rob
Dr. D. D. Richardson, 456 S. State t
st, charged with fraud. Stephen,