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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. Robert Herrick, 4730 Wood
lawn av., collapsed on street. Rumor
ed to be seeking divorce from Prof.
Herrick, University: of Chicago.
' A. J. Valeta, 5437Kimbark av.,
Democratic poll worker, stabbed hy
two men. Condition serious. Oscar
Brottineaux, 3356 S. Hoyne av., and
Albert Lepinsky, 3232 S. Leavitt St.,
held as assailants.
' "Negative alibi" said to be defense
of Anthony Petras, Theresa Holland
er murder suspect.
Charles W. Dingle, actor, warmly
greeted at Oak Park, despite women's
effort to bar him from stage.
Steamship Kansas, Alabama, Iowa
and Pere Marquette ice-bound in
lake. Caught two miles outside, of!
James McVittie, 1824 S. Wabash
av., charged with assaulting Albert G. .
D. Mercer, asked for jury trial. Mercer
Earl Gardner, 7, paraded on S. Hal
Bted st., with air rifle. Held by police
until father called forhim.
Four hundred employes Chicago
Street Railways Co. vaccinated. Bert
Planthaber, conductor, 3458 N. Ash
land av., found suffering from small
pox. Otto Link, 709 E. 49th st., fined
$50 for peeping into women's apart
ments. R. W. Miller killed and John Mc
Knight and Albert Zollner severely
burned. Caused by short circuit at
power plant of Public Service Com
pany, Blue Island.
Antonia Catirone, 714 West Taylor
"St., arrested. Alleged to have killed
Amelio Italiano, Sept, 21, 1910.
Andrew Poindexter, alias . Parker,
'Hammond, Ind., arrested in New
York. Alleged to have swindled Tay
lor Greenlee, Bloomington, out of
" Toy Yoke, Chinese girl, and Wang
Wah under indictment for burglary
In Portland, Ore., may be taken to
fcoast city for trial.
Butter trust arguments, heard by
Judge Landis. Butter and egg board
accused of fixing artificial prices.
Oscar P. Meyer surrendered to po
lice. Wanted for embezzlement in
Mrs. Mary Bzoch, 1819 Fisk st,
dropped dead on street.
Six families driven into street when
fire attacked apartment, 337 E. 37th
st. Loss $2,000.
John Hogan, 19, S. Peoria st.,
rolled over in sleep. Dislocated
Safeblowers raided Earl H. Lowe's
jewelry store, 3153 W. 22d st. Got
$1,500 cash and $500 jewelry.
Three South Chicago men, charg
ed with stealing wedding cake; 're
leased by judge. Joseph Winlski,
bridegroom, told he was lucky they
didn't take bride.
93 additional complaints added to
injunction suit against Bristol Cafe,
6319 S. Halsted st. Complainants de
clare names were forged to petition.
Confession of Salvatore Seriano,
alleged "Black Hand," presented "to
federal grand jury.
George Sievers, 22 S. Sangamon
bL, fell down elevator shaft at 224 W.
Randolph st. Neck broken. Dead.
William Penn, negro, 18, 4744 S.
State st., held as burglar. Alleged to
have broken into store of Morris
Koskyj 4532 S. State st.
F. J. Walsh, 207 Michigan av.,
touched by two pickpockets on street
car. Lost $50 cash and $1,000 in -checks.
Miss Florence Schloss, 3054 Shef
field av., grabbedby negro. Lost $16.
Hysterical. Taken home by friends.
Raymond T. Smith, 44fl W. 65th
St., struck by switch engineSSerious
James Sangston, 70, found dead in
bathtub Plaza Hotel. Heart disease. '
Thomas Cannon, 1700 W. Con
gress St., arrested for disorderly con
duct, released on plea of sweetheart.
Promised to take pledge