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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Home of Detective Herman Lar
son, 3330 Crystal av., robbed. Watch
dog beaten and thrown into bathtub.
Edward Beamist, 23, 728 S. Lin
coln av., found unconscious on Craw
ford av. car. Skull fractured.
Record of Aid. Frank McDermott
attacked by Miss Mary McDowell.
Calls his vote against pasteurization
of milk a vote against babies.
John Lyons' saloon, 823 W. Monroe
st. robbed by two armed men. $57
Michael Passkoff, 943 W. 13th st.,
stopped by armed men. Lost $5.50.
Chief Gleason appeals for new po
lice stations. Says conditions are in
tolerable and that old buildings be
Wabash flyer plunged through
broken 'bridge at Attica, Ind. Tim
Hull, engineer; Jacob Miller, fireman,
and J. A. Thomas, express messenger,
killed. 50 hurt. One may die.
Thirteen co-dds of University of
Wisconsin touring stockyards. Want
to learn methods of selecting meat.
Police said to have interfered in
20th ward contest. -Opponents of Aid.
Hugo L. Pitte beaten arid arrested.
Two taken to hospital.
Son of Italian noble may be heir of
Mrs. Marie P. Green Jones' $40,000
estate. Will may be contested.
Hungry-looking man called on
Father Reilly, St. Patrick's Roman
Catholic church. Priest left him while
being fed. Man disappeared with $500
worth of valuables.
Joseph Fodora and Charles York,
ex-convicts, captured in raid on E.
20th st. house. Dynamite and bur
glar's kit found.
Manuel Witkowski, 58, 2802 Prairie
av., swallowed morphine at brother's
funeral. May recover.
Gang tried to break up meeting at
Yondorf's Hall. Riot call. Twenty
Princess Theater obeyed mayor's
order. Objectionable plays with
Parole law to be tested in James
Latcher case. Latcher released on
parole in 1909 fled to Iowa. Served 5
year sentence there and was returned
William Thornton alleged to have
confessed bigamy charge. Claims first
wife deserted him.
George K. Paige, Palos Park, III.,
found unconscious on railroad tracks.
Near riot in Cicero over annexa
tion project. Police dispersed meet
ing. Frederick W. Gund, 63, and wife
Anna, 61, 1322 N. Clark st., severely
injured when auto collided with street
Mrs. Anna Thompson, 38 Bank st.,
hit by auto. 4 ribs fractured. E. A..
Stern, owner, arrested.
Ollie Griseby, negro, 23, 741 N.
Dearborn st., shot and killed by Wil
liam Thomas, 36, negro. Thomas sur- '
Clarence Britton, 53 N. Lotus st,
deafmufe, robbed $4.
Samuel Schoenberg, 1014 Cypress '
St., internally injured when auto
crashed into motorcycle. Auto sped
Mrs. Virginia Robinson, 5157
Washington blvd., attacked by hold
up man. $49 taken.
Raymond Bubb, 3816 W. Monroe I
st., robbed $14, watch and ring.
Home of John Lawrie, 6820 Lafay
ette av., entered. $100 stuff taken.
Robert Kelly, 2635 Drake av.,
stopped by two armed men. $10 gone.
Frank Conello, 932 Cambridge av.,
booked for murder of Joseph Ingo.
Mrs. Anna Walker, 25, 3152 S.
Ashland av., killed by. overdose of
Auto crashed into Halsted street
car. William Casey, chauffeur, ar
rested. Robert Nelson, 1125 Oak av.,
Evanston, reported missing.
Dr. Sydney b. Gulick of Japan
would solve Jap immigration probleir