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CHICAGO DOINGS BRIEFLY TOLD
Oswald garrison Villard in
speech "before National Associa
tion for Advancements'of Colored
'Teople, declares thairtftis pountry
no longer belonggtood. What
chance has the Almighty got id
competition with Pierp. and Jawn
Mrs. Cora V. L. Richmond,
'spiritualist, before Church of the
Soul congregation, Teads message
claimed to have been sent by W.
X Stead, who went down with
'Titanic. We-wonder what he
'says about Ismay.
1 E. W. Yager,, chauffeur, 6323
t'rexel blvd., struck Herman
nnkerhof with vauto and then
' drove him to Clark St. station.
Collarbone fractured. ,
1 Pat Crowe, whose pet diversion
is "reforming" himself, was-ar--rested
again on the levee, last
,night. Disorderly conduct. .
-' Auto bandits attempted to rob
cigaf .store of Charles Barker,
'4531 So. Halsted st Driven
away by detectives, who fired sev
Wm. Ferguson, policeman,
'Wood'lawn station ; Roibert
Wynn, 25, 6377 Ingleside ave.; R.
E. Oliver, 341,2 Vernon ave., 39,
broker,,and Thomas Murray, 39,
6017 Vernon ave., seriously in
jured when So. State street car"
crashed into open switch at 63rd
and State sts.
Sixty deaf mutes confirmed at,
Grace Protestant Episcopa?
church, 15th st. and Wabash ave.
, Dr W. D. Fisher, Melrose
packjaccidentally shot through
head oy Miss Maza Osborne, 1924
No. Park ave. Serious condition.
Dr. Roswell Park, University
of Buffalo, declares, reconstruc
tion bf new, living bodies from
perfect organs of dead to be fu
Philip Schroder 14, 5013
Princeton ave., grasped live wire y
carrying; 2,200 volts. Hand badl3$gS
Roy Landis, 14, 5319 Went
worth ave., struck by Wentworth
ave. car. Badly injured.
Andrew Gronberg, 46, 348 Lo
cust, laborer, dead. Asphyxiation.
John Schram, 27, 515 Wellsst,
arrested for larceny on complaint
of Mrs. Nellie Millar, 515 Wells.
Claimed he entered room and
sfole diamond rings valued at'
Two unidentified foreigners
ibund in gas-filledj room rear of
John Heysewicz, 42001 S. Hal--sted
street. One died, other may
recover. 'Believed to have blqwn
out gas. "" "f
Victor Strausberger, brought' i,
back from St Louis, after steal
ing jewelry valued at $l,600-from
J. Floersbeim, 315 W. Adams "
street, Wine, women and song.
-Miss Louise Bowen, 1430 As
tor streetr lost valuable diamonds
on Michigan lave, qt Lake Shore '
iDj-ive. ' 1
j 'Raymond Bigelow, 209. lthjf
-ave., Maywood, died ot seii-inni
dieted revolver wounds.
David S. Whetstone, sawyer,
3524 So. Hoyne ave., committed
suicide; cholorofSrm. Suffering'
with tuberculosis. i