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Gavribovich, 8941 Brandon av., com
plainant Home of William Lederery 5414 S.
Michigan av., entered. $800 worth of
jewels and plate taken.
Mrs. Howard Knox, 3716 S. Lasalle
st, shot and killed husband. Was
accused of infidelity. oBth negroes.
35 ward "drys" will meet at home
of Dr. O. Eugene Larkin, 4239 Gladys
av., this evening.
John Palino, 3, 2662 N. Marshfield
ay. Died from scalding. Bucket of
hot water overturned.
John Faith will be tried Jan. 7 for
the murder of Joseph H. Logue,
50 vaccinated at 1633 W. Jackson
blvd. Janitor's wife had smallpox.
35,087 marriage licenses issued in
Mrs. A. Ready, 75, 1510 W, 20th
st, died from injuries received Dec.
13 at the Palmer House.
John Street, 34, 1050 E. 18th st,
found dead on I. G. tracks at E. 17th
Suit for $10,000,000 damages filed
by the stockholders of the Great
Western Cereal Co. against the direc
tors of the Quaker Oats Co. Claim
directors of Great Western sold com
pany for purpose of forming a trust
without consent of stockholders.
George Clark, 5, won "Pickanin
nies" pie-eating contest Stowed
away pie 2 feet long and 6 inches
wide in 6 minutes.
J. Y. Denton, 55, Greencastle, Ind.,
slightly injured. Fell from Halsted
Safety Commission wants $10,000
from County Board.
Michael Keane, 1145 W. 61st, st.,
and E. Hybel, 5339 S. Lincoln knock
ed down by central police station
Frane , building at E. 97th st de
stroyed by fire.
Five municipal bonds sold. Total
Cafes to stay open New Year morn.
Linuor sale to stop at 1 a. m.
Newsboys' Protective Union No.
J4569 will hold their regular meet
ing at 180 W. Washington st, Thurs
day, Jan. 8. The new officers will be
installed at this meeting.
Dr. Young refuses to enlarge muni
cipal lodging houses, although 375
homeless men were turned away.
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