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. INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. J. F. Austin, 1149 War
ren av., returned from theater.
Found two men in house. Two
.bulldogs doped Shot at men.
$350 missing. This morning po
lice -found bipod trail.
Engineer Frank Brohka rushed
here after serious injuries sustain
ed in collision on Baltimore &
, Ohio railroad at "Volf Lake, Ind.
Government deputies search
ing for Nellie F. Kirby, supposed
cousin of William T. Kirby, f orm-
er president of Kirby Savings
bank. Wanted as a witness.
John Ober,3802 South Kedzie
av., hit by Illinois Central train at
95ih st. St, Bernard's hospital.
Rose Simeak, 15, 10J1 Olive st,
knocked down by street car. Not
Ladimer Havlish, 1152 W. Van
. Buren St., disappeared with two
weeks' wages. Wife fears foul
Maurice J. Doyle, 5660 South
Halsted St., got nine months in
Bridewell for stealing set of furs
from mother who had been sup
porting him for five years. -
Following injured in automo
bile collision in Humboldt Park:
James T. Patterson, 534 E. 44th
st.; Mrs. 'Margaret Patterson,
Mrs. John B. Smith, 6518 Rhodes
av.; Mrs. E. F, Gulliver, 841 E.
-63d &th and Frank Anderson, 1514
N. Fairfield av. Not serious.
Mrs. Hattie Wood, 915 Lewis
av., thrown from Chicago av. car
at 5600 Chicago av.
Esther Simon, 20, 1541 Wash
burne av., hit by Paulina s.t-car at
Van Burne st. Badlv hurt. Car"
did not wait until police arrived.
Damos Yoni,-30, 1452 N. Ash
land av.? hit by Madison st. car at
Hermitage av. Leg fractured.
A woman acted as lookout'
while her male companions loot
ed stamp drawer and cigar coun
ter of Henry R. Herzberg s drug
store at N. Clark and W. Oak sts.
Albert G. Rosenberg, Buffalo,
N. Y., went to sleep in branch of
fice of American Express Co.
Continued to sleep in patrol and
then station. Woke up just be
fore trial and was told to go back
2,000 families received free
Thanksgiving dinners from Cook
Count Candido Mendes de Al
meida of Rio de Janeiro is in
tovttu He complains of the lack
of shipping business between the
United States and the South'
Kate Cowl, 23, 4322"N. 55th av.,
picking coal on Northwestern
tracks. Train. Undertaker,
Mayor J. F. Biddinger, of Wau-
kegan has taken personal charge
of rescue work at Corn Products
Refining Co. ruins.
President R, C. Haskins of Inn
ternational Harvester Co. order
ed to turn over sale Teport of thaf;
company for 1903; .
DrT W. T. Kirby, insolvent
banker, appeared in Judge Lan
dis' court today to -answer a
charge of conteihpt.
John McCabe, 11, 408 North
Paulina st., run down by an aut&,