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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Policeman James Jacobson caught
two alleged robbers on fire escape of
Gabriel Gastmeier, 55, 3000 Wal
lace st, killed. Street car.
$200 reward offered for assailant
of Morris Proehlich, wealthy auto
Detective Sergeant Frank Ryan
fought pistol duel with two alleged
crooks on Jackson st. bridge. One
Two would-be hold-up men caught
at Institute pi. and Wells st.
$500 stolen from home of Mrs.
Sadie Finerty, 3862 Grand blvd.,
widow of John P. Finerty.
Daniel Casey arrested by Detective
Frank Ryan after pistol battle. Re
fuses to tell name of friend who es
caped. Home of;Or. Geo. E. Butler, 3040
Haussen ct, entered. Burglars,
frightened, left $800 worth of loot.
Chas. Berger, Morton Grove, and
Chas. Lange, 530 S. State st, arrest
ed. Tried to hold up man at Insti
tute pi. and Wells st.
Carl C. Christenson, officer U. S.
navy, charged th violating the
Mann whtie slave act. Miss Edith
The Anti-Hearst Trade Union
League will hold its regular weekly
meeting at Ruud's Hall, Wabansia
and Washtenaw avs.t tonight.
Anthony Carlo, the ballplayer, and
Helen Gardner won the tango con
test at White City dance hall last
North Side Prohibition Club will
hold meeting at Lasalle st Baptist
Church, Lasalle and Division sts., to
night Isaac W. Higgs, former "dry"
candidate for governor, will speak.
Republican faction on drainage
board intimate that something is
wrong with the collecting of money
by Democratic members.
J. Sims will speak on "Industrial
ism" before First Ward branch of So
cialist party, 418' S. State Bt, tonight
Sunday evening William Gallagher,
Glasgow, Scotland, will speak there
on "Social Evolution."
Irene Stockwell, 7, Thornton, III.,
drowned under ice'on Thornton creek
Judge Fake granted new trial to
Walter Snell, saloonkeeper, 756 E.
63d st, once convicted of running
"26" dice game.
C. Keough, 739 N. Clark st, found
dead in cell at East Chicago av. sta
tion. In jail since yesterday.
Unidentified woman tossed by
street car into path of auto truck
driven by Jos. Swiftkin, 2141 Crystal.
Gus Dutela, 10, 1003 Larrabee st.,
killed. Street car.
Judge Landis yesterday sustained
a demurrer filed by Continental &
Commercial bank and threw out of
federal court suit brought by Elsie
Frank Moore, waiter Congress
Hotel, fell into river. Rescued by
rope. Will recover.
Judge Hopkins dismissed charges
against Martin Jackson, 5021 Indiana
av., and Miss Sadie Sankstone, 1007
East 41st st No evidence.
Marshall E. Boynton, broker, sued
for $50,000. Chas. Bartemas, pro
prietor Blue Ribbon Cafe, says Boyn
ton stabbed him when asked to be or
derly. $100 reward offered for arrest of
person who shot Morris Froehlich,
5522 S. Michigan av. "
Charles Genker, 1119 Ashland avM
arrested. Disorderly conduct.
F. J. Denny, 923 Alexander st;
Stanley Rasch, 834 Lakeside pi., and
John Burns, 220 Goethe st, injured.
Auto collided with car. Arrested.
Chester H. Burke, broker, arrested
Alleged confidence game. Mrs. Helene
Struck, St Louis, complainant. Re
leased, $1,000 bond.
Leroy A. Ryan, 4755 Magnolia av,
released by Judge Maloney. Was
charged with embezzling $100.
Homan Biback ordered to pay $550
to Anna Czernoch, 848 N. Townsend