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DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Two, highwaywomen grabbed Wm
DHofsses, 2220 N. Halsted st, drag-geid-liim
into hallway. Beat and rob
bed. him of $27. Mrs. Junita Trabia,
27;"'28H S. Wabash av., arrested.
V J.oh.n O'Connor, 23, 3616 Boswprth
av., shot and seriously wounded re
sisting' robbers. Lost $23.
Joseph. Duba, 2219 W. 23d pi.,
found with fractured skull. Still un
conscious Believed to be victim of
:- Second batch of vote fraud cases
up today. Five men to face trial.
: Englewood residents oppose open
ing pf new Bristol Cafe, 6319 S. Hal
sted st. Claim Weiss Brothers,
former levee divekeepers, whose li
cense was revoked by mayor, own
' 'Sanitary district will not increase
rate for electric current. City may
install 5,000 new lights.
John Foley and James Tiffiany se
riously burned by gasoline explosion
on: board launch, 94th st. and Calu
: Charles Lesser, alleged gambler,
1'498 Clybourn av., fined $200. Isa
dor Landfield," wh? claims to have
lost $1,200 Within month, complain
ant. Lewis' J. Highland, charged with
malicious mischief, alleged to have
burned $9,000 not belonging" to Mrs.
Gibson, 2238 Calumet av.
Bartlett-Frazier Co., grain brokers,
111 W. Jackson blvd., sued for $130,
000 by Saunders-Westrand Grain Co.,
Omaha, for breaking alleged working
Mrs. Christine Tennyson, 819 N.
Leamington av., hit by street car.
.- Fred Bjeswanger, . 1258 Clybourn
av., former justice of peace, held for
larceny. Alleged to have withheld
$10 from Hans TJrland, 822 W.
. Proposed ordinance wants C. & O.
P. ."L" tracks elevated or franchise
of company declared forfeited.
William Siebert, 14, saved mother
from probably death by grappling
with Frank Pezzuta, 1735 W. Harri
son st. Pezzuta wounded Mrs. Flor
ence Casey, Mrs. Siebert's sister, then
suicided by firing bullet through
Sassiety spent $500,000 on opera
in last ten weeks.
Samuel Roth worked woman over
10 hours. Fined $100. Appealed be
cause woman's name was mispelled.
Released without punishment.
Frank Belilinski, fat and healthy,
grabbed side of bacon belonging to
Armour & Co. Claimed hunger caus
ed theft. 30 days in Bridewell to
Burglars raided E. Goldstein Cap
Co.'s loft. $1,500 worth of cloth
taken. Jacobson Bros., same build
ing, lost $1,000 worth of stuff.
George W. Walsh, former cashier
Packard Motor Co., wanted for al
leged embezzlement of $2,000,
brought back from Buffalo.
Seven men, two negroes, held for
burglary. 4 identified by George Vas
silopules as men who robbed him.
Four U. of C. students robbed by
amed men. $3.
Charles Eugnan, 5225 Ellis av.,
stopped by highwayman. $12 and
Joseph Danner, janitor, on water
wagon six months. Took 2 drinks.
Started cleaning up wash on clothes'
lines. Given 10 days on rock pile.
Edmund Gurney, 15, 7311 Evans',
av., coasted down embankment. Leg
Fred Martin, 639 Wells st.; Peter
Lane, 213 Locust st, and Henry Con-'
ners, 220 W. Ohio st., admit robbingj
saloons at 301 W. Chicago av. and.
1120 Wells st
Hyman damage clajmed son,
hadn't worked in four years. Boy sent
to Bridewell for 3 months to be
Free typhoid vaccine ready. John"
Wyeth and brother, 174 W. Lake st,