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Had taken nothing but cans of coffee.
Told police they ate it.
Servian Nat'l club meeting at Ho
tel La Salle decided to issue plea to
Slavs of U. S. for contributions to
Leo Renn, owner of cigar store at
133 E. 22d, robbed of $60 and dia
mond ring and stud worth $400.
Tony Skelletes, 522 S. Desplaines,
robbed by 4 men. $2 and umbrella
James Ruen, 4708 W. Polk, killed
by Cicero av. car crossing Jackson
Pay 'check stolen, John Holler
asked police to take care of him.
Afraid to go home. Sergeant found
check in watch pocket of trousers.
Overcome with joy, Holler kissed him.
Was thrown out of station.
John Goress, 1754 Cornelia, died in
hospital from injuries received when
he jumped from auto, fearing colli
sion with wagon.
Cozy restaurant, 549 Rush, held up
by 2 robbers. $32.
Four patrolmen making pull at
Foster and Clark. Arthur Weber,
1433 Poster av., wa? held up 100 feet
away by 2 men, who took $10. Police
men said they thought men were
G. D. Wells, ticket agent Clark st.
station Northwestern "L," fired shot
at boy who grabbed handful of
change from window. Missed.
Committee of Chicago Ass'n of
Commerce to discuss setting clocks
an hour ahead to conform with N. Y.
Mrs. Mary Snatana, 40, 1348 Miller,
jumped from 4th-story window of
Francis Willard hospital Suffering
Copy of indictment returned
against Carlton Hudson in New York
arrived here. Charges him with $500
forgery committed 15 years ago.
20 persons routed when rooming
house of Mrs. J. Nolan, 325 S. Sanga
mon, caught fire. $500 damage.
Arthur Cuckman, 180 E. 31st, ar
rested on charge of throwing "stink ,
bombs" in 5-cent 'show. Denied
Morgan Park Ministers' Union op
posing creation of new branch of
Christian Disciples church. Says
there is enough already.
William Marshall. 67, found dead
at Hotel Gotland. Undertaker found
large needle stuck into flesh below
heart. Coroner and police investi
gating. Fay Holmes, 121 W. Ohio, took
Punkhouser agent to room. Police
followed and made raid. She had
lowered man into alley with rope.
Charged with operating dive.
Joseph Block, 83, pres. of Inland
Steel Co., dead.
Congressman Sabath seriously ill
at home, 2006 S. Ashland av.
Clara Hallis, 4320 Park av., held
up. 75 cents.
Burglar made 2 attempts to enter
home of Mrs. Mary Sullivan, 7 E.
Chestnut Boarder fired shots at him,
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"Pa, I told auntie that I heard you
telling Mr. Smith that she was an old
"B-b-but Great Scott!"
"An' she said all right, she'd be
layin' for you when you came home."
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