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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
William Kuhfuss, 65, 1030
Lincoln st., struck by street car
at N. Robey and W. Division sts.
Concussion o brain.
Samuel Mittelman, 17, owner
of .ice .cream .parlor, .1001 .S.
Marshfield, and 7 other youths
arrested for gambling.
Nathan Marcovitz, 12, 1128
Washburne av., bitten by dog be
longing to Wm. Finkelstein, 1117
S. Center av. Dog shot.
Dr. Loren Wilder, physician
for George A. Kimm'el, has barred
Niles, Mich., people, who are call
ing to see patient in an effort to
v Archbishop Quigley has an
nounced the names of 13 of the
20 seminary students who are to
be ordained priests. 4 of the num
ber are coming from Rome, al
though originally from Chicago.
One of the' 4, Rev. John Doody,
was ordained in Rome, but other
3, Harry Traynbr, Michael Ca
valfb and J. Mielcarek, will be or
dained here. 9 others to be or
dained aref Francis Eschippert,
Herman Ezel, Joseph A. Hermle,
Joseph Schnke, Felix Helta, Har
ris Darsche, A. J. Savary, Francis
O'Rourke and Joseph Korman,
Leading lady of Ascension Ro
man Catholic Church, Oak Park,
dramatic club refused part in
play because she didn't want to
be kissed, which is pretty tough
on the leading man.
Frank Fuiganato, 8, 638 S. San
gamon, broke into window of
candy store, 349 S Clinton St.,
with 2 other boys. Too young to
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Dr. "Henry McCormick, vice
pres. State Normal University,
about to retire after serving 43 -years
on faculty. -
Victor A. Olander, sec'y Lake
Seamen's Union, in speech before
Women's Trades Unions said
ocean is safer than the great
lakes. Not enough able seamen
Mrs. Frieda Ohte, 60, 2621 -Waveland
ave., attempted suicide
by gas. Revived by pulmdtor.
Wm. Penoski, 27, 5324 No.
Leavitt St., stabbed in '"saloon
fight, Union st. and Lincoln ave.
Will die. John Sopel and An
drew Kudsici arrested. z
Body of Herman Petratz, 70,
8014 Lloyd st, laborer, missing
since April 28, found in river at
W. 27th and So. Robey. No -marks
Mrs. Nellie Costello, 1156 W-
Van Buren st, attempted to stab
daughter Nellie, 2. Prevented by
husband, Thomas Costello, who
received cuts on ' hand. Mental '
Josephine Keller, 14, 'and sis-
ter-in-law, Mrs. Anna Keller,
.1436 W. Huron, seriously injur
ed vwhen struck by auto which
hurried aWay. Witness says' tag
No. was 33,981, which belongs to
H.'H, Bolderding, , Benspnville,
111. Mrs. Kellers anticipating
stork visit. "
Policeman arrested 4 burglars,
after fight, when they attempted
torob laundry of S Sankstone,
838 So. State, -early Sunday morn
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