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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Paul , Kowalski, mail carrier, 2237
Iowa, held up by three armed men at
Baldwin and W. Austin. Saved mail
sack in flight Rbbhers escaped.
William Hubbard, 64, Evanston,
former La Salle st. broker, dead.
Henry Smith, janitor at 5356 S.
Michigan av., shot boiler full of holes.
Arrested after gun battle with po
Joseph Campagnello. Park Ridge,
and,Angelo Stoccian, Alton, stabbed
in saloon brawl at 751 S. Clark. Five
others in fight escaped.
Stanley Pavis, 1420 WvAdams, shot
through leg in restaurant at 1458 W.
Madison. Says men insulted giri.
Alex Keneski, 559 W. 14th, lost $25
to holdup man at Maxwell and Union
Mrs j Louis A. Bensinger, wife of
pres. of Brunswick-Balke-Collender 1
Co., seriously hurt when auto was hit
by car at Broadway and Buena.
Frank Hauser found dead In Hud
son jhouse, 435 S. ClarK. Heart dis
ease. J. J. Hockey, student at the Great
Lakes naval training station, arrested
for alleged insult to two girls in "L"
Frank Jones, 573 North Park av
missing since Monday. Wife asked
police to search.
Clara Pause, 17, 828 Wilson av.,
swam in lake Christmas day.
Fire attorney investigating myste
rious explosions in $500,000 fire in
store of Julius Oppenhehner & Co.,
47th. and Ashland av.
John Murray, 61, 759' Quincy,
stabbed in arm by Michael Gorman.
Police seeking Gorman.
Cap't Edward Phelarft 236 N. La
trobe av., on fire engine-, had skull
fractured when car hit him at Lake
and Waller. Two other firemen
-Sixteerr patrolmen under orders of
First Deputy Schuettler form newi
flying -squad. 'Work whole city. I
Three out of every five crippled
children.in schools can, be helped."
Dr. John D. Bobertson of Sports
men's Club. Asking cash for aid.
Frank Smith, 7010 Normal av.t
suffered dislocated shoulder blade in
fall to icy sidewalk at 49th and State.
Joseph Fish, insurance adjuster,
freed on arson charge, to face an
other trial soon. Dozen Indictments
Alfred Maune, painter, 1326 Sedg
wick, felLto sidewalk at Chicago av.
and Clark. Head cut.
Christmas coldest since 1903. Mer
cury dropped from 16 above to zero
mark during day.
' Firp Marshal O'Connor denied re
port that he had suspended two jnen
for cowardly work in fire fighting.
James Clow, vice pfes. James B,
Clow & Sons, plumbers, dead. HI
Harry Mahoney, 7435 Kenwood
av., shot by bullets across the bor
der at El Pasd. Dead. To bring back
In 36 hours postoffice received
6,475,000 letters and postcards.
Henry McNurney arrasted'with re
volver at Harrison and State.
Victor FormelJer, 1847 W. 67th,
hurt when fire engine hit milk wagon
he was driving at 68th and Went
worth. Mrs. Etta Johnson, negro, 32Q8 S.
La Salle, dead and Wm. Murphy,
negro cook, shot in mouth in mys-.
terious duel at Johnson home.
Grand Officers of Phi Sigma Ep-
silon Frat to be named today. Elect
ed last week by representatives from
over TJ. S.
Mrs. Ralph Lewis, 6949 S, Sanga
mon, went shopping Thursday. Miss
ing. John Gordon, 19 W. 39th, shot in
arm by William Jordan,. 3258 S. Dear
born. Police seeking Jordan.
Alfred Whitfield, "engineer, Alberta,
Can., arrested. Alfred Seris, farmer,