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wood av., alleged masher. Case con
tinued to Dec. 4.
Joseph Di Matto and wife Frances
pinched after suspicious fire in home.
Charged with arson 'and burning to
Pat Sheridan, soloonkeeper at 1149
W. Adams, arrested for breaking con
certina in scrap. "Played tune to prove
not broken. Freed.
Chas. Dietz, 942 N. Trumbull av.,
and Adolph Wintermeyer, 137 Wil
cox av., fireman, hurt when engine
was hit by Lake st. car.
Pat Keley, 1448 S. Edgemont av.,
and Mrs. Bertha Johnstone, 769 W.
Van Buren, shot by Frank Isdell,
dead. Scrapped Over woman.
Harry Brady, 4415 W. Monroe, held
for contributing to delinquency of
Amanda Boyer. 16, Ridot, 111., freed.
Mrs. Katherine Wochowski, 3931
Milwaukee av., overcome.by gas from
leaky fixture. Revived.
Forest Park to vote upon construc
tion of new city hall. Women cast
Samuel Ward, negro, 3916 Federal,
stabbed to death by negro who es
caped. Drs. Thomas Dupius and Walter
Hodgens on trial for obtaining money
under false pretenses.
Alexander Blair, had his fortune
told by 3 gypsy women in his car
penter shop at 6440 Wentworth av.
Pocket picked of $30.
Michael Krigel, musician, Milwau
kee,, arrested when found huddled
over fire he had built on floor of Wat
rous Acme Co. plant. 54th and West
ern av. No work and cold. Paroled.
L. Campbell, druggist, 3205 Cottage
Grove av., arrested for illegally selling
Motorcycle Policeman Austin Fitch
died of fractured skull received when
motorcycle overturned after it struck
Henry Horner, 2945 S. Michigan av.
Home of George Rees. 4416 Racine
av., robbed of furs, clothing and jew
elry worth $3,000.
F. E. Hill, clerk in Ortenstein &
Vause's drug store, -91 Cottage
Grove av., found guilty of stealing
packages of goods. Probationed.
Petition asking extension of
Christmas holidays to give vacation
from Dec. 21 to Jan. 4 granted by
"Exclusive" residents of Albion av.
between Sheridan road and lake ask
injunction against erection of fiat
building on street
Esther Falkenstein Settlement
Women's Club to meet Friday, 2 p. m.
Nicholas Burns died while on auto
ride, police believe. Seek auto and
Fourteen business and civic clubs
met in Hyde Park. Ask bathing
beach on south end of Jackson Park,
63d to 67th.
Big business men balk at plan to
erect large statue rear river in honor
of "Father Dearborn." Useless, they
Mrs. Resa Silverstein, 1023 S.
Marshfield av., hit by auto at Ashland
and Taylor. Autoist escaped; un
known. Mrs. George Welles and Marion
prake to give opera party to sixteen
working girls after their Thanksgiv
Florence Yost, Northwestern "U,"
accused of theft, to be examined by
Prof. Rob't Gault. phychologist Po
lice await report.
Jas. Kledsis, 6730 S. State, arrested.
Mary Wolf, 19, 5739 Cottage Grove
av., said he lured ber into empty flat.
Robbers in home of George Reese,
4416 N. Racine av., got $2,500 in jew
elry. Surprised by Reese and es
caped from second story with rope
made from sheets.
Michael Sabi, 9, 635 S. 5th av., hurt
by auto driven by Luigi Alfieri, River
Forest. Right leg "broken.
Louis Heims, arrested for breaking
door of car he was not allowed to
Home of Ralph Krumenacher, 612
Mulford st, Evanston, ransacked.
Seventeen bottles of beer taken.
Mrs. Ellen Schlager, 1850 N. Mo
zart, arrested for kidnaping Ralph