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confessed to stealing auto of
Morris Selz, which was found in
wrecked condition, W. 12thand
So. Halsted, after collision with
James ("Beanie) Connors, un
der indictment for murder of Ber
nard Malloy, April 27 r 1911, in sa
loon, 5900 S. State st, released on
Yuen. Bong, Chinese laundry
man, 4148 Arjnijtage av., commit
ted suiqide by throwing himself
into lake foot of Hubbard ct Ill
g. Otto E. Reicnelt Mavwood,
said to have acted as confidential
agent for E. R. Bacon, 230 N. La
Salle st, arrested yesterday,
charged with embezzlement.
Col. A. C. Waterhouse, 80, fam
ous Civil War veteran, died yes
terday. Judge Blake yesterday fined 8
employers $110 each for violating
state labor laws regulating work
ing hours for women and chil
dren. . .Francis Juvenile Home will
have charge of tea room at Wel
fare Exhibition, Coliseum, next
Saturday. Proceeds will be used
toward purchosmg site for new
home kt.Morgan Park1.
0Paulist choristers will leave
Chicago to-morrow for their trip
to" "Paris. Will stop off and give
concert in Montreal.
Mrs. Elsie Vynsze, domestic,
3540 LaSalle st., employed by
Mrs. Anna Lemke, 2657 Lincoln
-av., shot and killed in tatter's
home by Emille Stolle, boarder.
Said tor be accident.
Collision between street car
and wagon in which Meyer Men-
deleson," 1032 Lytle st., and Geo.
Miller, 4839 Marshfield av., were
thrown to pavement and injured,
revealedl.SOO worth of goods in
wagon stolen from Charles R.
Adams, 1552 E. 93rd st.
Chicago's recent gale caused a
loss of $10,000 in umbrellas.
Robt Richardson, 20, attempt
ed suicide by swallowing wood al
cohol at home of sweetheart, An
na Hamline, 915 W. 63rd st., be
cause .latter had not returned
home at 19:45. Win recover.
State convention of Knightss
of Columbus will be held, aj: Pe
oria today. State Deputy Leroy
Hackett of Chicago will preside.
Pontificial high mass will be said
by Bishop Muldoon.
Ball game for benefit of build
ing fund for Visitation Acadetny
will, be played at'Comiskey.Park
Fred Heckrnan, teamster C. H.'
Jenner Express Co., seriously in
jured when lower part of fire-escape,
Irvine Hotel, 12 W -Van
Buren, broke and fell on him. '
Edward Connors, 120 S. Hal
sted, charged with having shot
Elizabeth Carroll, 2544 W. Su
perior st, and himself at W. Mad-
ison and Curtis sts., held to grand,
jury on charge of assault $1,500
John Marshall, 53, 903 Wash--ington
blyd., tailor, attempted' to
end life by cutting throat wkn
pen-knife. People's Hospital. Will
Bill to foreclose property of
Hamilton Club at Maple st and
Dearborn .av. iiied in Circuit