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CHICAGO DOINGS BRIEFLY TOLD
F. J. Jordan has announced
that he will give a Christmas tree
to any family too poor to buy one.
Distribution will be at Kuhri's
paTk, Milwaukee and Maplewood
Vito Barone and Vito Ingraffia,
arrested in connection with at
N tempted shooting of Joseph Su
tero, Dec. 19.. Sutero was unin
jured, but three passers-by were
x Earl Walsh, 3438 Lowe ave.;
stabbed and seriously injured
this morning. Assailant un
.Jack Johnson returned to town
Mort Goldstone, 1256 Millard
'ave., robbed of jewelry worth
$150 at Polk and S. Paulina sts.
Hearings 4in the trial of the
millionaire packers . will be re
.Fifty-five policemen- acting as
secretaries and clerks will be put
back on beats, and their places,
taken by civilians. This is the.first
fruit of the civil service .commis
sion's repott. ' '
Hull House will have' a big
Qiristmas celebration tomorrow
afternoon at. 3:30 in Bowen hall,
S, Halsted and Polk streets.
A Following the death of his wife,
v "three months ago; Andrew Stim
inski, 70,. 1310 Bauwans-st, hung
himself in his home last night.
Gustave Coraris, owner of pool
room at 738 North Clark st, al
lowedfour minors to play pool. in
Vi?c nlnio Ar'rocArl Serves rnll
..KZ .""-"'- , j,.
fight, uus! "
t A. Bolin, molder, 56, South I
Sangamon st, fell against a red
hot bar of steel and was burned'
to death in the plant of "the Crane
Co. 1 -
On a charge of selling oleo-J
margine as a substitute for but
ter, Adolph Amundson, a sales
man'for the Wisconsin Creamery;
Co., was arrested by a revenue of-,
B. L. Greenebaum, agent for
thet Open Board of Trade bldg.,
ordered by the building commis
sioner to have certain walls and r
arches of the said building torn
Despondent over failure to find
work, William Critt, 44, tried to
commit suicide by swallowing
poison. Arrested on charge of
It cost Fred Larsen $10 arid
Victor Wilson and Andrew New
man $5 each to steal a live turkey
fro ma' commission t house last
' Joseph Bostelnek, druggist, 20,
West Fourteenth st, tried to
commit suicide by swallowing
strychnine while despondent oyer,
a love affair. County hospital.
Former timekeeper for trie Illi
nois Steel Co. Thomas J. Brooks,
was sentenced to from two to
fourteen years in the state prison
fonpadding the payf.ole to the ex
tent of' thousands of dollars.
George Erhart, 7206 Yale ave.,
reported to police he was robbed
of $70 while on Wentworth ave.
Samuel Hawkins married Bab
bett' Nolan yesteraay to escape
term in jail on ierioUsxharge. c