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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
riiiof Glcason toured cafes in vice
hunt. Declines to give result.
Waldimir Meschberg wanted by po
lice. Said to havetaken $250 from
Henry A. Kreitzman."'
Taxicab crashed into fire truck.
Lieut. Frank Heffernan,". firfe squad
No. 1, badly injured. Joseph Pender,
chauffeur, 4223 W. Congress' St.,
bruised and cut. 7 firemen hurt.
John Toomey, 4852 W.-Monroe st.,
and Richard Delaney, 3502 Floumoy
St., injured. Auto struck by car.
Adolph Klercq, 40, 603 N. Clark
St., suicided.' Gas. Unemployed.
William Cross, who shot, and se
riously wounded George Pothrich,
"Stop gazing into moral garbage
cans and see some of the cleanless
of human beings," said Senator Law
rence Y. Sherman at meeting of Irish
Harry Mallory, 26, 327 Lockwood
av., and George Neubauer, 30, 3700
W. Monroe, arrested. Said to have
robbed 13 houses. $1,000 loot recov
ered. Joseph Sullivan, 1240 W. Jackson
blvd., robbed by 3 men. $20.
Louis Liebow, 1336 N. Lincoln St.,
robbed $18 and watch. -
Landowski's saloon, 3450 W. 39th
st, held up. $26 taken.
Miss Anna Preacher, 3823 Lake
Park av., lost $38; Esther Dahlen,
5631 Princeton av., 15; Mary Brans
feld. 1320 S. Keeler av., $1.50. Purse
Home of Martin Lydiard, 3838 W.
Monroe St., entered. $500 worth of
Oscar Misner, 1502 Hudson av.,
discovered hand in pocket. Pro
tested. Struck in face. Lost $25.
"L" platform up before aldermen.
Council may take action tonight.
Man believed to be Jacob Baran
off, 707 S. ' Clark St.. found uncon
scious. Scalp cut open. Taken to
Some one tried to grab bottle of
milk from Western Dairy Co. wagon.
Riot call. Four arrested.
Henry Spencer, convicted of mur
der of Mrs. Rexroat, baptized by
members of Moody Institute.
Joseph JHetzel, 73, trampled board
ing car. Severely injured.
Walter Jostling, 26, 867 Wells st.,
struck by Northwestern "L." Dead.
Emil Miller, 2943 Keeley av., stab
bed by two men. Refused them
drink of beer. Wound not serious.
Anthony Musca, 865 Milton av., fell
from C, M. & St. P. train. Dead.
Mrs. William Maher, 212 W. 42d
St., dead. Heart disease.
Stephen Bromchuck, 727 Barber
st., attacked by 6 men. Assailants
captured by police after pistol chase.
Austin Gill, 834 Sedgwick av., at
tacked wife. Harry Gill, 6, called po
lice. Austin arrested.
William S. Bates, 4532 Wallace st.,
arrested in New Orleans. Beat it with
money of prospective bride.
John Walker, ,1848 S. Troy st,
found at stairway of Quincy st. "L."
Legs broken. Died at hospital.
Twelve women and 13 men cap
tur in 3 raids on levee district.
Fashionable neighbors of Presby
terian church don't want down and
outs there. Threaten injunction.
Douglas C. Filkins, Eagle Grove,
la., dashed into police station, crying,
"They are going to kill ine." Insane.
Walter Leuschke, 21, 2056 N. Kar
lov av., drowned in lake, Wauconda,
Plate giate window of Mrs. H.
Keehler's store, Byron st, broken by
wind. Damage $200.
A stranger visiting a church at a
little village on the Scottish coast in
quired where he might sit. "Weel,
sir," whispered the verger, cautious
ly, "I must tell you there's an awfu'
lot o' visitors in the village just now,
and ye'd best sit whaur ye can see