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Sawyer av., errand boys, collided in
hallway. Quarreled. Freidel stab
bed. Post pinched.
Otto Kastrowski, 5142 Justine st.,
held up by 2 men. Attacked rob
bers, who fled.
Ruford Mott, 4128 Ellis av., report
ed apartment ransacked. Articles
worth $89 gone.
Patrick Murphy fined $200 and sen
tenced to year in Bridewell for sell
ing cocaine to Oily Larson, same ad
dress. Motor vehicle supplanted horse
drawn fire apparatus in Engine Co.
No. 45. Firemen cried when horses
were led away.
A. Baker, 6906 Greenview av.,
helped man put crate of chickens in
wagon at 2 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. Got home and found chickens
Saloon of William Rold, 451 W.
Chicago av., held up in broad day
light yesterday by 2 men. Got $715.
Frank Yaeggy and wife, owners of
candy store at 867 N. Clark st, found
John Altenrath ransacking store.
Socialist meetings tonight: 23d
ward, Waller High school; 24th ward,
Jahn school; 28th ward, Logan
school; 32d ward, Bass school; 34th
ward, Bohemian Turner Hall.
Joint committee of several rail
roads, sanitary district and West Chi
cago Park commissioners to meet
Friday in Union Park to discuss pro
posed viaduct over Marshall blvd. at
1,000-gallon watertank on roof of
Francis Willard Hospital, 710 S. Lin
coln st, burst. Patients scared.
H. E. Tower, 4827 W. Jackson
blvd., ticket agent Independence blvd.
station, Garfield Park "L," assaulted
by armed robber, who was scared
away by passengers. Nothing taken.
James A. Young, 1508 N. Ridgeway
av., struck by street car at North
Monticcllo av. Died of injuries.
Commissioner Funk, public Utili
ties, indicated commissioner would
approve sale of property in Edison
Park to Desplaines Telephone Co. by
Chicago Telephone Co. Effects 113
Charles Hanson, painter, 2128
Bingham st, struck and killed by
Northwestern train at Logan blvd.
Phillip Nicholas, 1710 Belmont av.,
window cleaner, b,adly bruised when
ladder slipped while cleaning window.
Richard Williamson, 17, to receive
$150,000 from estate of father, Rich
ard Williamson ,pres. R. Williamson
& Co., 601 Washington blvd.
Chicago police asked to be on
watchout for three deserters from
Annual entertainment of firemen's
pension fund to be held at Evanaton
Theaters, Dec. 17, 18 and 19.
Recreation pier will not be used
for docking of pleasure steamers next
summer as was planned because gov
ernment has not put up sinking
breakwater to protect pier.
New York. Albert Reiss, German
tfnd member Metropolitan Grand Op
era Co., told of having been prisoner
in Paris 30 days and having to "break
New York. In interview Count
Von Bernstorff, German ambassador,
declared that if U. S. desired assur
ances that Germany would not seek
expansion or colonization in either
North or South America in event of
victory in European war, his country
was prepared to give them immedi
ately. St. Paul, Minn. U. S. is friend of
all warring nations and Pres. Wilson
is ready to seize first favorable op
portunity to establish peace, accord
ing to Wm. J. Bryan.
Washington. American and Span
ish ambassadors in London have been
informed by German military gover
nor of Belgium that there will be
no interference with distribution of
food supplies and clothing from Eng
land and America to destitute Belgians.