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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Fire attacked W. M. Welch Manu
facturing Co., 1516 Orleans st. Loss
151 fire alarms rned in in "24
hours. Record for year.
Quests forced to flee from beds at
Hotel Monroe, Monroe and Green sts.
James J. Biggy, engine company No.
28, but by flying glass.
Mrs. Mary Gills, 38, 516 Milwaukee
av., shot and slightly wounded, by
Richard Rasmussen, 38, 509 Milwau
kee av. Rasmussen shot self. May die.
Santo Lubruzzi, 1156 Cambridge
av shot at door of home in "death
corner" war. May die.
Political favor instead of profes
sionable ability rules hospitals of in
sane according to Dr. Rosalie M. La-dova.
Teamster claims to have seen Mrs.
Coroner to investigate death of
Carl L. Dodge, 150 Carlst. Death may
be due to injuries received in scuffle
Louderback death inquiry may be
reopened. New investigation of evi
dence is offered,
"Baby week" campaign denounced
at Cook County Democracy meeting.
Separation of mothers and children
termed immoral and unchristian.!
Juvenile and industrial homes scored.
GOOD-BYE, ROY JONES
As the little blonde singer inRoy
Jones' cafe reached the last notes of
"This Is the Life," a hush Tell over
the assembled merrymakers. . The
minute hand was getting dangerous
close to the one o'clock deadline.
Then the dapper Roy Jones stepped
George Hesmmen, missing Waukegan I into the middle of the big cafe. His
wman, near Dead river. Stream to be
dragged for body.
Daniel Nassey, negro, 3517 Vernon
,av., killed by Frank Fox, negro, 1237
Wells st., in pistol duel. Fox may die.
Phyllis Yapp, V2, 5236 S. Wood
St., swallowed 5-cent piece. Died dur
ing operation for removal of coin.
Baby week on. 600 persons try
ing to raise funds to saver 4,000
Charles Roane, 33, 20 E. Grand av.,
arrested for non-support. Wife told
judge hubby considered marriage a
Mrs. Winifred Arentz Stevens miss
ed hubby nights. Played detective.
Found him with Miss Claudia Shaul,
339 E. 55th st. Hubby and affinity
hooked as disorderly.
Ross Riordon, 7, Fulton, III., struck
by auto driven by Thomas Hensen.
Four hurt when auto tumbled down
12-foot embankment near Knox.
John Blair, 1925 Racine av., injured
when autos collided on Garfield av.
Taxpayers' meeting will be held to
night at Columbia Hall, 1815 W. Divi
sion st.8 p..HL- , ,.
eyes seemed peculiarly moist.
"Ladies and. Gentlemen I'm get
ting out after tonight. I'm going to'
lock up. I tried to play the game
straight. But everything has gone
wrong. But you don't know how I'm
going to miss you," 'there was a dan
gerous break in Jones' voice as he
hurriedly added, "thanks awfully. v
There were real tears in his eyes
I when he finished. And the patrons
seemed to catch the echo -of his feel
ings. They, too, looked sad.
Jones then walked straight ahead
into the bar. He paid all his em
ployes. They all silently filed out,,
leaving him sitting there alone gaz
ing at his deserted cafe. Then after
a long wait he stood up with resoju
tion. He put on his overcoat, walked
out, locked the doors, jumped into a
waiting automobile, and Roy Jones'
remarkable cafe was a thing of the .
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