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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Grover Vannatta, 4923 Pensacola
av., robbed by 2 men. $50.
Mrs. J. H. Gates, f230.N. State st.f
lost purse containing rings valued at
$800. Purse snatcher.
Mrs. H. D. Huzzah, 522 Roscoe st.,
robbed of $350 brooch in loop.
William J. Sweeney, Denver, killed
by fall from 4th story window of Chi
cago Hotel, 20 S. Clark st.
John Robinson, 4843 S. Dearborn
St., arrested for burglary. James Lil
lard, 4812 St. Lawrence av., com
plainant. Mrs. Ruby Zane wants search war
rant for 4-year-old son. Believes hus
band kidnaped him.
Utilities Commission to investigate
Racine av. street car accident.
Sick boy rescued at blazing build
ing, 1317 N. Washtenaw av. Dam
age to building $5,000. Battalion
Marshall C. N. Heany injured by fall
Archibald A. Cross, 6053 Cottage
Grove av., saved himself from serious
burns by diving into puddle of water.
Clothes caught fire from gasoline ex
plosion. Damage to building $2,000.
-Richard Coleman, found wounded
on walk, claims to have been attack
ed by three robbers who took $118.
Police trying to connect him with
hold-up of Henry Hafes Sons Coal
Milton Conway, 12, 5469 University
av., and Verne Smith, 12, Detroit,
robbed by Jackson Park "gang." Vic
tims severely bruised.
R. M. Zabel, 519 N. Wood st., ar
rested. Alleged forgery.
D. C. Williams, Kankakee, robbed
$22 and watch.
Stanley Ball, 1027 E. 59th st., and
George Casey, 5428 Cottage Grove
av., arrested. Said to have entered
home of Charles Casserly and taken
jewels valued at $85.
Maynus Peterson, 1607 Walnut st.,
found unconscious, several ribs frac
tured. Claims to have been in street
Nicholas Bauman. Morton Pafk,
robbed. Two men who offered to see
him home. Lost $20.
Philip Newfield, clerk Cadillac
Hotel, disappeared with $650. Po
Mrs. Llllie Squardo, 25, and Mrs.
Domiana Carlardo, 27, Townsend St.,
gone. Husbands want police to find
Judge Mahoney released 8 men in
John Ray, 52, 322 N. Clark St.,
dropped dead at Chicago av. police
Mrs. Ruth Mannay, who swallowed
bichloride of mercury, may recover.
Sidney Levy, 6207 Wayne av., at
tempted suicide. Gas. Revived by
Body of woman found in Hum
boldt Park lagoon identified as Mrs.
Mary-Dobbertine, 1664 N. Fairfield
av. Suicide suspected.
$250 worth of aigrettes stolen from
I. Bezark's store, 22 S. State st, by
padded brick thiefs. Fourth time in
S. E. Spear, LaGrange, III., killed
by C, B. & Q. train.
M. F. Fox, 2721 Washington blvd.,
bumped into man on N. Clark st
Stabbed in arm. Assailant escaped.
George Pressler, 33, 1911 Eddy st.,
found dead. Gas.
Summerdale police station dark for
three hours. Fuse blew out.
Edward J. West, 4306 Calumet av.,
asphyxiated. Gas. Accidental.
M. J. Maus elected president and
John Breen recording secretary of
Baggage and Parcel Delivery Drivers'
Joseph Noreika murdered with
hatchet by man known as "Ben" at
Anton Ambrose's saloon, 644 W.
$10,000,000 railroad yards up to
city council. 14 railroads to use
clearing freight terminals.
Body of woman clothed in dressing
gown found in lake at foot of 72d st