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N. Wood st., knocked down and
seriously injured by auto at W.
Division and N. Lincoln sts.
- Jacob Ettinger, 5, 3019 S.
Michigan av., foundMead in hall-
way, 3115 S. Michigan. Heart
Lady Rothes of Scotland, sur
vivor of Titanic wreck, arrived in
J. Bliss Dudley, promoter,
wanted here on charge of using
mail to defraud, arrested in Los
James T. Irwin, 70, Renssalaer,
Ind , arrested with son, Schuyler
Irwin, 48, Saturday night, for
disorderly conduct, died yester
day. "Heart disease, induced by
grief over arrest.
Mother's Day was celebrated
by Chicago Press Club at Audi
torium. Governor and mayor, so
busy with political squabbles
they had no time for sentiment
and didn't issue proclamation.
, Mrs, Elizabeth Ryan, 814 S.
Robey, killed, and sister, Mrs.
, Catherine McGrath, probably-fatally
injured when struck by Ful
Ierton av. car at Sheffield av. late
Mever Mendelson, 19, 1032
Lytle st., and George Miller, 23,
4829 S. Marshfield av,, seriously
injured when 63rd st. car hit
wagon on which they were rid
ing at 63rd and Laflin sts.
Mary Carroll, domestic, 35,
4645 Evans av., walked into sa
loon, 4453 S. State st, and asked
to hi sent to hospital. Bruises on
head and bodv. Mav die. Says
hon, 24, 5135 S. 5th av., arrested.
Novendial services in honor of
St Rita opened this afternoon at
St. Rita's Roman Catholic
Church, W. 63rd and Oakley av,
Gula Ella Gamble, senior,
Northwestern University, ha,s
been awarded $500 Paris Y. W,
C. A. scholarship to University of
Patrick Murray, 53, 7355 Irv
ing av., killed by Wentworth av.
car at 46th st as he was crossing
street with umbrella before eyes.
Unidentified man, blinded by
rain, walked in front of car-at
38th st and St Louis av.. Killed,
Capt Carland of harbor life
saving station, forced to recruit
volunteer life-savers, owing to
strike, rescued 3-masted schooner
Quickstep and crew of 11 men oil
Wra. Preston Harrison indig
nantly denied that he was oncof
two Chicago bachelors who are
going to .adopt babies.
Mrs. Mary Haskell, 894 Taylor
ave., Oak Park, fined $50 and
costs for disorderly conduct
quarreled, with Mrs. Laura
Wright, 802 Taylor ave.
Florence Riley, 15, and broth
er Henry, 19, 4903 Lake ave.,
struck and badly bruised by auto,
47th st and Greenwood ave. Car
Women railroad clerks held
mass meeting in Colonial hall,
Saturday afternoon. May go out
with freight handlers.
"Ali Baba and the Forty
thieves" will be presented by
Girl's Life class, Art Institute,