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alleged buralar out on false bond and
arrested innocent man, is charge.
Ray Walton, 10, Evanston, bitten
Restaurant of Peter Granias, 3913
Broadway, held up by 3 auto bandits.
Aid. Nance to introduce ordiannce
to compel property owners to keep
roofs of buildings clean.
City experts say waste amounts to
300 gallons of water to each citizen
Mrs. L. Burgess ran down George
Rockwell, 60, with auto. Badly hurt.
Chas. Blackman, bachelor and
shirtmaker, married to his nurse,
Laura Brown. Ages 66 and 47.
Two robbers took $14 and 6 boxes
of chocolates when they held up
Chas. Seaman, druggist, 836 N.
Crawford av., last night.
Earl Lanctot, 13, 3110 W. 38th,
dead. Stepped from car in front of
Sam Blauselder, dead.. Knocked
down by auto Sunday.
Prominent firms, membe'rVof Nat'l
Ass'n of Makers to protest against
indiscriminate use of "Made in U. S."
Otto Vach, 107 S. Ashland av., run
down by auto. Driver escaped.
John Lidgen, 6, 1709 Irving Park
blvd., died of injuries. Hit by motor
cycle. Driver escaped.
John Dorsewzi, bitten 12 times
when he went to feed dog owned by
Doffendorfer & Co., read estate, 610
S. Kedzie av.
Mrs. Bessie Bierman, 1008 Leland
avj, invited man who annoyed her by
calling up every night through speak
ing tube, to flat. Threatened him
with revolver and called police.
, Mayor refused to O. K. "Twilight
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Baker, Ore. 2 masket bandits held
up Stage between Rainbow mine and
Durkee. Got $7,000 gold bullion.
Washington. Body of unidenti
fied, gray haired, well dressed worn-,
an.jjgged and evidently killed by a
blow on head, found in basement of
vacant house. No sign of robbery or
criminal assault '
Boston. Curtis Guild, ex-governor
of Massachusetts and former ambas
sador to Russia, dead. Pneumonia.
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