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He tried and father fired shotgun at
him. Seriously wounded. Father
Dominick Zgapugs, 848 W. 33d st.,
struck by auto which didn't stop. Leg
Crowded Taylor st. car slid on wet
rails and crashed into Canal st. car.
4 persons injured.
A. S. McGregor, postoffice site in
spector, has had only three visitors
from West Side regarding site for
new $1,750,000 postoffice.
Robber held up store of Frank De
mera, 2039 W. 59th st. Got $4, watch
Paul Penning and wife ordered to
live 4 miles away from parents. Ar
rested for wife abandonment.
W. H. Young, 426 Sherman st., rob
bed of $42 by man under viaduct at
Dean of Women Mary Potter,
Northwestern "U," has ordered girls
to stop moonlight walks. Edict, like
Charles Glade, 1127 Newport st.,
switchman for Northwestern "L,"
badly burned when he fell on third
rail. Trying to couple cars at Wil
Fred Kester, 6808 Bishop st., try
ing to find leak in stove, overcome by
Home of Floyd Barnett, 1233 E.
66th st, robbed. $600 worth of arti
William Musselman, 5209 S. Ash
land av., and Henry Schultz, 1511
McHenry st, pinched. Wives said
that when husbands were hungry
they ate at mother-in-laws'. Both
ordered to support wives.
Mrs. Pearl Jacobsop suing for di
vorce. Alleges eruelty.
John Geltmacher, provision broker,
member of exchange for 46 years,
presented with kimona and roses on
floor. Business stopped for 3 min
utes. Ray Coleman, 531 W. 60th pi., held
up by two men near home. $15.
Jens Jensen, pres. of Prairie Club,
Bpoke to Chicago Geographic Club in
Art Institute. Asked members to co
operate in saving beautiful scenery
Judge Petit appointed chief justice
in absence of Judge Kersten, who is
on a month's vacation.
Case against Lieut. W. Wester
brook, accused by Mrs. Rose Curney
of striking her, dismissed.
Albert Kreifer, deaf mute, 7609
Cottage Grove av., South Park Board
employe, had John O'Toole, 6941 An
thony av., arrested for being one of 3
men who robbed him of $60.
Patrick O'Connor, saloonkeeper,
1513 W. 63d st, kept savings in old
trunk. Was trying to fill it. Thieves
emptied it of $250.
Mrs. John Toomey, 1205 Garfield
blvd., suing for divorce. Drunken
ness and extreme cruelty charged.
"Do you think that he is hen- '
"Well, he's never said anything, but
I've noticed that all the portraits over
his mantlepiece are those of his,
wife's folks." l
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