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type from printing shop of David
Brysbourgh, 951 W. 69th st. Case
Names of four Chinese too awk
ward. Re-christened by U. S. Com'r
Foote. In court next week on charge
of smuggling opium.
Five kids of Patrick P. O'Donnell
got $175,000 in will. To be held in
trust forty years.
Mrs. May Hunt. 756 E. 46th st.,
robbed of $300 in her flat.
Stewart Collins, 9840 Av. "J," fell
90 feet from trestle in yards of Illi
nois Steel Co. Dead.
Florence Clapp and Potter Rogers
suing Samuel Campbell, sec'y West
ern Ass'n Shoe Wholesalers, for $5,
000 damages. Both hit by Campbell's
auto while crossing street
John Mee, 614 W. 47th st, and
Malachy Kenny, 631 W. 46th pi.,
pinched for stealing beer from the
Tabor Brewing Co., 614 W. 47th st.
Frank Ferda, 852 S. State st., stab
bed six times by stranger who es
caped. Police suspect mistaken iden
tity. Inquest over body of Carl Krause,
76, and wife, gassed in home at 3129
Kimball av., resulted in open verdict.
Abraham Marcus, 10, 1002 E. 41st
pi., arrested while trying to sneak
into Powers' Theater. Turned over
to father. Turned over by father.
Michael Thielan, 1428 Garfield ct.,
dead in barn behind home. Natural
Gus Carlson, 910 Roscoe st., died of
injuries received when he fell trying
to board car.
Giovanno Sciavarello, 732 Polk st.,
wanted for beating wife to death
Sunday, brought back to Chicago
from Benton Harbor, Mich.
Ed Lind, 363 W, Oak st., bartender
in saloon of Prank Olson, 231 W. Oak
St., robbed by thee rmen. $30.
Mrs. C. H. Gleason, 807 Lakeside
pi., badly bruised when hit by auto
driven by M. A Staley, 835 Dakin st.
Occupants of flat bldg. at E. 42d st.
and S. Michigan av called police to
arrest burglar. Found Joseph Kap-
Ian, waiter, who said that he was hid
ing from three negro women who
tried to rob him.
John Bendel, 1454 N. Claremont
av., bruised when his wagon was
struck by North av. car at Lincoln st
"WHY, THERE'S KY OLD FRIEND.