INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Local Waiters' Ass'n will hold
seventh annual ball at Coliseum
Annex, Wabash av. and 15th St.,
Frank Mazdo, 9500 Ave. M.,
arrested when riot call came into
station from 9542 Ave. M, where
Miss Nellie Karas and M. Mo
zake were being married.
South Side "L" train and Met.
"L" train came together on Fifth
av. structure between Quincy and
Adams sts. No one hurt. Traffic
tied up five minutes.
Phillip Goodfellow, 113 S. Pau
lina st., drove his wife out of her
home by threat of death. She
stayed all night at neighbor's Re
turned and found him dead. Gas.
Anthony Cubie arrested in loop
charged with annoying women.
Village board of Oak Park
have passed ordinance which re
quires each movie theater there
to pay $5 for each performance.
Which means an average cost of
$30 to $40 a day.
Bertram Arnold, 16, Wilmette,
killed by C. & M. electric car at
Autos of Wm. Lorimer, ex-U.
S. senator, and F. McCormick,
15, grandson of John D. Rocke
feller, smashed in collision in
Lincoln Park. John Kelly, chauf
feur for McCormick, slightly
Municipal Judge Williams
quarantined at home, 3516 Jans
en av.: where his son, Webster,
... seriously ill with scarlet fever.
Slight increase in scarlet fever
and diphtheria reported yester
day. Scarlet fever, 66 ; diphtheria,
47. Peter Geiertych, 8414 Illinois
st., only smallpox case reported.
Three youths held up Mrs. M.
Virkecka,917W.33dst. Got $25. '
One captured. Gave name of John
Tadesz, 1012 W. 32d st.
Detectives climbed fire escape
of New Waldorf Hotel, 38 S.
Clark st. Ten alleged gamblers
Dr. J. A. Wood, 4803 W. Mad
ison st., victim of robber. 25 gold
bridges and 40 gold crowns, be
sides gold leaf. Loss $1,083.
Supt. Wm. Stewart of dog
pound wants his dog catchers to
be classed as policemen and be
Otto Senebke, 10, 2219 Cly
bourn av., in bed with scarlet
fever, crawled out to play with
his father's revolver. Bang. Seri
ously wounded. Accidental.
Soprano hit high note, flute be
gan to squeak, trombone hit cor
hetist's ear, cornetist jammed
trombonist's teeth and then fight
began. Thus was delayed the
Congregational Church's benefit.
Ed DeNoyer; Jr., actor, 829
Dearborn av., victim of holdup
in front of doors of City Hall. j
Kjot yoy. iviissea two aiamonas
City Prosecutor Mclnerney
filed second suit again Aid. A. R.
Tearney, charging him with sell
ing liquor after 1 o'clock a. m.
Mrs. Helen Bushor raised A. L.
Bushor, 29, 4165 N. 48th av., then,
married him less than a vear after
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