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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Mrs. Jennie Biggerstaff, 40, 958 N.
Kaskaskia st, asphyxiated. Suspect
Record broken at municipal flop
houses last night 3,112 men accom
modated. Unidentified women, 22, dropped
dead at W. 43d and. Loomis sts. Star
vation. Three gMs left Gary to go on
stage. Picked up in Milwaukee.
Taken- to detention home.
James Ryan, 39, 1075 W. Madison
St., attacked by thugs. Right arm
and left leg broken. Refused to drink
John F. Whelan, former adjuster U.
S. Casualty Co., indicted on three
charges. Two for forgery and one
for operating confidence game. Al
leged embezzlement $36,000.
Peterkos Anagonstopoulos, 117 S.
Halsted St., stuck head out of street
car. Injured by projecting beam. "
Carlo Hayek, 410 Grove st., found
dead. Suspect suicide.
George Ecomoy, 529 N. Clark st.,
lost $200. Pickpockets.
Divorce of John C. Atkinson set
aside by Judge Petit. Atkinson ad
George Ringpole, 2710 Julia ct,
turned on gas, arrested. Released
on promise to keep alive.
Samuel H. Hall, 2507 Kimball av.,
scalded to death. Steam pipe ex
ploded at Union Special Machine
Co., 311 W. Austin av.
Junie McCree, author, wants $500
from Al Johnson, actor, for revising
F. H. Meator, 40, fell from C, R. I.
& P. engine at Blue Island; 111. Dead.
Dr. Wm. M. Kirfc, former private
banker, ordered to pay $27,000 to
Benjamin Wall arrested for aban
donment Gilbert Wall, 2; said, Ta
turn home." Family reunited.
Hoyne declares vote fraud trials
are effort to bamboozle and befool
Indictments in four rebating con
spiracy cases expected today.
. Vincent St John will speak at I. W.
W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted st,
Sunday, Feb. 1, 8 p. m.
University of Chicago Co-eds to
have $250,000 gymnasium.
Alice Tetrosky, 14, and Mary, 8,
1218 Hastings st, and Theresa
Strank, 10, 3;222 Hastings St., scolded
for taking necklace, disappeared.
Found hiding in Frank Gerba's gar
ret, 540 Maxwell st
Judge Owens assured 300 worried
women that answers made to ques
tions on registration blanks would be
A mass meeting of unemployed to
be held at Workingmen's Hall, W.
12th and Miller sts., Sunday after
noon, 2:30 p. m.
Gov. Edward F. Dunne is town. To
meet Illinois Panama-Pacific Expo
sition Commission. Won't discuss
William Chisholm, son of late
George Chisholni, declared insane by
jury of physicians.
Ollie Davis, levee king, dethroned.
License of cafe, 2101 S. Dearborn
st, revoked by mayor.
Clyde Nash's rooming house, 3123
S. Park av., raided by two masked
men. 12 persons forced to contribute
Police unable to stop robberies on
South Side with 2 detectives in every
block. Burglars made seevral good
hauls last night.
Arthur Necker, 8, 1840 W.. 22d st,
struck by street car. Dead.
The Original Actors' Union will
give a prize masque ball Feb. 24 in
the Coliseum Annex.
Edgar Lundberg, 11, 5742 S. Mor
gan st, "hitched" on auto truck.
Slipped. Right leg broken."
Thomas B. Conroy, 830 W. Garfield
blvd., is Democratic candidate for al
derman of 30th Ward.
Henry Cornelius Decker, 2, 725
S. Morgan st, wants papa. Wife be-