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WHAT HAPPENED II CHICAGO TODAY
Herman Meggenberg, 28416
N. Robey st., found lying at W.
Randolph and Sheldon sts. with
knife wounds ori head and face.
Irish organizations will co-operate
and give a ball in honor of
Paudeen Burke, Titanic survivor,
at Emerald Dancing Academy
Dennis Callahan, held in St.
Louis and wantect in cities all
over the country for jewel rob
beries, will not be returned to
Chicago by St. Louis police. He
is wanted here in connection with
robbery of Edward Alberti's jew
elrysto're, 1246 Milwaukee av.,
where thieves escaped with jew
els valued at $20,000. J
Jeremiah Brown, 40, who w(th
companion tried to rob man on
Grand av., arrested by police of
jW. Chicago station after exciting
chase for several blocks along &.
The Catholic Women's League
will have charge of the tea room
at Household , Show, Coliseum,
School management committee
recommends teaching' of wireless
telegraphy in public schools. Ex
periments will be made at-Oak
Park High School.
Theodore A. Gross, superin
tendent of small parks, was yes
terday exonerated fromjjlame In
connection with financial affairs
of, small parks commission.
Charles Breitske, 1838 Wells
st, released yesterday after serv
ing 17 months at Chester Peni
tentiary for Criminal Insane.
Charles Lazek, 1114 W. 18th
st,, found dead in chair by son
Richard Anderson, 6441 So.
Morgan st., accused of stealing
$80 worth of iron from Magnes
Iron Works, 59th and Elizabeth,
sts., where he was . employed,
caught, after chase by detectives
who fired several shots. ,
James Walsh, Robert Wilson,
Clifford Williams and Charles
Bernard arrested wjien they tried
to "bunko" Henry Webster, trav
eling machinist, Akron, O., into
buying American 'Schpol of Avia
tion, 24th and Cottage Grove ave.
Williams and. Bernard also tried
to "sell" Republic bldg.
Nellie Higgins, 15, 1904 W.
Erie St., fell while toller skating
near h,ome. Broke right leg.
WjUliam C. Williams, 1320 Fos
ter ave., thrown from bicycle and
severely injured when struck by
auto owned by Arthur South
worth, 1010 Elmwood ave., Wil
mette, and driven by his daughter
Olive Sbuthwprth, 15. Accident
occurred at Chicago ave. and
William 'Lewis, 29, 2919 So.
Dearborn St., knocked down dur
ing quarrel and skull fractured at
31st and State sts. Died later at
Provident hospital. Ernest Hurd,
3452 Forest ave., and John Yates,
roomer at Hurd home, taken into
custody." All -were colored.
- Mry Odoskwemz, 3, 2030 Fer
dinand st., bitten in face "by dog
while playing in rear of home.
Stanley Gn'atcke, 422 W. In
diana St., attempted suicide by
shooting himself in head while at