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" Willis H. Pate, 38 N. Parkside av.,
stopped by two men. Lost $25.
100 negro families forced to flee
when fire attacked Mecca Apart
ments, S. State and 34th sts. Little
Mrs. Michael Roccos, 2036 Wabash
. av., missing.
Herbert Bitter, 8, 77630 Saginaw
av., slipped. Rolled under i: u. iram.
Near panic at hovie theater, 749
N. Clark st. Fuse blew out in oper
ator's booth. Proprietor quieted audi
ence. Damage slight.
Building 1749 N. Winchester av.
damaged by fire. Loss $10,000. Sec
ond fire in less than week.
Home of S. Lipman, 1339. N. Lin
coln St., raided by 4 burglars. Got
$160. Mrs. Lipman grabbed one. Hus
band shot one. Captured burglar was
Tony Levandowski, 1634 N. Winches
Home of Andrew J. Simpson, 852
Lakeside pi., entered. $300 worth of
Man trying to rob 910 Greenwood
blvd., Bvanston, fell from roof. James
Harilie, 1817 Simpson av., arrested.
D. S. Marks, 3138 Carlisle pi., re
ported purse containing.$325 missing.
Restaurant ot ueorge uneiajas,
1351 W. Van Buren st, looted. $25
$20,000 spent by city to clean up
show. 1,000 men given work.'
Catherine Winter, New Castle, Ind.,
sought in this city. Disappeared Mar.
Louis Kemchuk, 29, 1307 S. Union
av., found on Newberry st. Badly
bruised and cut with hatchet. Refus
ed to give details of attack.
Michaet Dade, 613 S. Racine av..
received threatening Black Hand let
ter. Went with four friend's to place
named. Found Edward Walsh, rail
road watchman, there. Beat' up
Mrs. Irene Plogg, 27726 W. 15th
pL, rObbed of $4. Purse snatcher.
:al news items 1
Police searching for "Tina Nuccio,'
16, who vanished with her two little'
sisters from parents' home. Believed
to have eloped- with father's brother-,
Cloakroom attendants formed tip;
collectors' union. Cafes and restau-j
rants picketed to get recruits.
Two negro burglars, Harry Taylor,
3956 S. State st, and Edward Walker,,
3122 S. State st, arrested. Were loot
ing home of Joseph Kodl, 6608 S.
Winchester av., when captured. Men
believed to have committed a dozen
1,000,000 answered "Go to Church
Sunday" call. Churches packed to
"No more divorces when women,
get votes," said Mrs. Grace Wilbur
Trout at Grace Church Forum.
Unified street car system declared
success 4 transfer forms to replace
24 present ones.
Arthur J. Simpson and family went
to church. Burglar got busy. $300
worth of stuff gone.
Mrs. Madge Wisner, 720 Waveland
av., fell from street car. Arm broken.
Henry Reitz, fireman truck Co. No.
2, cut by axe at 1456. Montrose blvd.
fire. Building gutted.
Standard Oil Company given per
mit to build two large oil tanks at
Oak Park. Park officials' protests ig
nored. Auto belonging to Dr. James Mc
Kinley, 800 W. 78th st, stolen.
Carl Gallagher, 1449 Ogden av.,
rolled on street car. Pickpockets got
Walter Tryanowski, mail carrier,
8309 Buffalo av., struck by street car.
August Seabert, 64, 1309 W. 71st
St., dropped dead. Heart disease.
$300 in valuables and $50 cash
taken from home of Morris Weller,
736 Maxwell st.
Arthur Carey of Chicago placed onr
trial under Mann White slave act inf
Milwaukee. Alleged to have takea