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NEWS OF THE DAY
Ladies' Auxiliary No. 1 of the
locked-out pressmen will hold card
party Wednesday evening, Jan. 6, at
home of Mrs. W. Lewis, 1149 Wright
Series of lectures on European war
to be given at Blackstone hotel Sat.
afternoons beginning Jan. 9. TJ. of
C. settlement gets profits.
Lena Sutherland, 46, 1445 Fletch
er, found half frozen in attic bed.
Feet to be amputated. Refused aid
Herman Maas, patrolman 13th st
station, slipped on ice at Polk anoS
California av. Ankle sprained.
Mrs. Mary Liebeck, 60, 442 E. 67th,
bitten and scratched by pet cat
Feline killed. Head sent to city
chemist to test for rabies.
Oil painting of Prince Bismarck,
valued at $2,000, stolen from Bis
marck Gardens during New Year's
"eve revels, according to Max Eitel,
Blowout of fuse set fire to wood
work of Evanston "L" train at 33d
st, early today. Blaze put out by
National Equal Rights league, 3005
State, assailed immigration bill
clause, excluding negroes.
Hundreds delayed with northbound
Jackson park train jumped track at
5th av. and Lake. Defective rail
Thomas Jacobson, 3701 Whipple,
arrested after alleged attempt to
hold up saloon of Adam Tworek, 1749
Girard. Fired fire shots before cap
tured. ' H. J. Sheldon, telegraph operator
for Western Union, held up twice by
same robber in two weeks. Lost
$2.78 last night
John Pfeffer, 1636 Mohawk, held
up and robbed of $50 at 12th and
Wabash av. Charles White arrested.
Identified- as robber.
Fifteen men -held at detective bu
reau on suspicion. Persons robbed
will attempt identification.
Andrew Woodman, 329 W. 42d pU
arrested when wife said he ejected
her and children from house. Dis
orderly conduct charged.
John Cilmore, 2018 S. Wabash av.,
found dead in basement
Josiah Bentley, 5830 Grove av.,
found dead in bed. Pneumonia.
Att'y Wm. Krause, 111 S. Sacra
mento blvd., arrested on complaint of
L. S- & M. S. conductor upon refus
ing to pay child's fare.
Michael Askiele, 727 Barber, hit on
head with cue during fight in saloon
of Fred Full, 1460 S. Halsted. Will
Railroad arbitration board to re
sume hearing of evidence today after
week's vacation. Railroad lawyers
next to be heard.
. County Judge Thomas Scully had
cyst removed from right eye. Aid.
Dr. W. O. Nance performed opera
tion. Sidney Pike, 7340 Emerald av., held
up by two men near Union av. and
70th. Sidney yelled and ran. Hold
Steven Laridon, 623 S. Halsted, ar
rested as flirt Helen Meyer, 1445 N.
Artesian av., complained. j
Poolroom of Custave Karidas,
4958 Wentworth av., raided. 37 men
arrested for dice gambling. Gustave
booked as keeper.
Ben Jackinski identified by Anto
Ross, 424 S. Laflin, as man who beat
and robbed him of $155.
Six men taken as holdups in raid
on flat of Joseph Sorenson, 1509 N.
Frank Weichke, 834 N. Hermitake
av., and Joseph Wazyka, 1436 W. Su
perior, hurt by fall.
John Caneke, 656. Liberty, bruised
by auto truck of F. M. Tunnsler,
4449 Oakenwald av.
Michael Storezski, 12051 Michigan
av., shot self in hip. Gun accidental
ly went off on hunting trip.
Policeman Frank Deagen, 3619
Parnell av., on force 20 years, killed
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