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wrecked at 60th and Stony Island
av. Reason unknown.
William Scanjon. 1347 Granville
av., held up and robbed by two men.
Lost $20 and stickpin worth $4.
Gustave Hill, 227 Wendell, arrest
ed on charge of passing bad checks.
Three men complained of swindle.
A. W. Swenson, 441 W. Division,
arrested for carrying concealed
Joseph. Desagher, 3625 Federal,
held up by four armed negroes at
36th and Dearborn. Lost $3.
Crossed electric wires cause of
$20,000 fire in wool plant of Armour
& Co. in stockyards.
Three negroes entered saloon of
Theodore Rosenfeld, 3800 Federal,
and took $10 and revolver.
Broken axle caused street car to
leave tracks at 115th. Smashed
auto of Dr. B. Lazarski and crashed
into building at 221 E. 115th.
Bishop Sumner at First M. E.
church of Evanston praised school
teachers for morality.
Ben Lievowitch shot while trying"
to enter home of neighbor, John
Quirk, 1213 W. Taylor. Scalp wound.
Smallpox quarantine in Dunning
insane asylum lifted. Threatened
John Kelley elected pres. of Police
man's Benevolent ass'n in Willard
hall meeting Sunday.
Edward Katzberg, 3042 S. Kildare
av., suicide. Gas. Despondent.
Emily Znaniecki, 33, leaving Wash
ington Park hospital after operation,
died as she sat down in auto.
Henry J. Horstman, 3505 S. Wash
tenaw av., suicide. Gas. Out of Work.
Charles Brown, 294 Grand av., hit
by auto driven by Mrs. Conrad Wit
kowski, 2802 Prairie. Skull fractured.
Adam Arsemal, 312 N. Clark, shot
and seriously wounded by brother,
Segareck. Segareck arrested. Said
life was threatened
Power to secregate factories from
residential districts should be given
citv. according to Aid. Oliver Watson
GIRL HURT BY DAILY NEWS
AUTO TRUCK MAY DIE
Small hopes are held out for the re
covery of Elsie Tobin, 26, who is in
a serious condition at her home, 1519
W. Taylor St., the result of the police
allowing drivers of newspaper
trucks to speed through the down
Miss Tobin was crushed against
one of the posts of the "L" structure
at Lake and Fifth av., by a large
Daily News auto truck, which came
speeding south on Fifth av. Friday
evening, when Miss Tobin was about
to board a car at Lake st.
The street car was about to stop
when William Greene, 3330 W. Har
rison st, chauffeur of the truck, saw
too late that heiwould fail in his at
tempt to pass it and put on the
The streets were wet and slippery
and the auto skidded sideways and
crashed against the car and the curb.
Stepping from the curbstone was
Mrs. Mary Baxter, an aged woman.
She was thrown under the rear of
the truck and badly bruised. Mrs.
Baxter was taken to her home at
1155 W. Polk st. and Miss Tobin to
the Iroquois hospital, where she was
Greene, the chauffeur, was not
THAT SHIPPING PROTEST
Washington, Jan. 11. Great Brit
ain's preliminary note replying to this
government's shipping protest was
the engrossing subject in official and
congressional circles today. Official
administration comment was with
held until the subsequent detailed
note promised is forthcoming.
General opinion here was that the
note was extremely conciliatory and
couched in even more friendly terms
that the original protest. Officials
said this government would now
mark time until the detailed British
note is received. No further Ameri
can communication except in cases
of individual ships or cargoes, will be
sent to the British foreign office.
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