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Following quarrel in their store,
112 6. 5th av., as to whether they
should employ Italian or-Polish tailor,
Benj. Rogoski was stabbed by death
by his partner, Anthony Alagentta.
Brass button saved life of Police
man R. T. Fisher, Town Hall station
who surprised robber while holding
up Tracy Moyer's saloon, 3200 Broad
way. Jos. Zdrowski, 942 W. 34th, and
Alex Metelski, 3252 Fisk, confessed
they murdered farm hand at Benton
Harbor, Mich., last year for "his mo
U. S. senate agricultural committee
called on Continental and Commer
cial bank of Chicago to submit state
ment showing deposits of Interna
tional Harvester Co. for last 3 years,
to determine If company forced bank
to loan to sisal growers.
Robber got $27 from John Jamm's
saloon, 2215 N. Clark. Locked porter
and barkeep in ice box.
John Barcik, 7, 2624 S. Troy, seri
ously hurt by street car.
W. H. Seitzler, 545 N. Dearborn,
smashed his taxi Into telephone polo
when fare, Benj. Taylor, 3812 Indi
ana av., stuck revolver In ribs with
order to drive faster.
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