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NEWSQF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
- Clarence Peterson, 6, -1245 Bar
ry av., killed, and Ebeline Schultz,
7, 1249 Barry av., seriously in
jured by Sheffield av. car at Bar
ry av. ' .
-Mrs. George Ghisela Shoeberg,
50, 909 Lowell ct, dropped dead
in grocery, store, 1513 W. Polk
st.j Heart disease.
" Lazelle Earl, street car motor
man, died yesterday from injur
ies, received in crash Tuesday at
Vf. Lake and N.- 60th, Austin.
Man was hurried away from ac
cident, and police did not know
of it until body was removed to
Ferdinand Meschede, ' butler
arrested yesterday as 'forg'er.
Meschede has "butled" in sev
eral fashionable homes, and val
uables have been missed from
many of them. He forged name
of -Mrs. 'Jennie M. Conrad, an em
ployer. Score, of persons' walked over
$1,800 diamond ring which Mrs.
M.-D. Kennedy of Glen Ellyn, 111.,
lost in-the-lobby of the Auditorium-hotel
before a messenger boy
found and-returned it.-
Mrs. Margaret Tooke went
away on a visit. Left her pet cat
with .Charles -A. Miner. While
she was away the cat had 13 kit
.tens. -Miner asked $13 board.
Mrs.- Tooke refused. Miner is
"Six ministers have-asked park
commissioners to discontinue
Sunday band concerts in McKin
ley'park, declaring (peojle will
ntcome to church as long as
From way these six ministers ,.
talk, probably they are the real
reason people Won't come to their .
Fire of unknown origin early
today caused $50,000 damage to s
Kunstader Bros.' wholesale jew-
elry store, 323 W. Adams street.
"The suffragettes seems to be.,
developing brain at the expense
of bosom." J. West Higson, ,
profefsor of surgery at Herring
Antone Morici, whose store,
906r8 Milton ave., was partly
wrecked by bomb explosion
Tuesday, says labor trouble and
not "Black Hand," is responsible.
Bblice stick, to latter theory. Mor
fcTYuns non-union bakery.
The Hamilton club, political
organization made famous by
fact that CoL Roosevelt refused
to dine there if Senator Lorimer
was to be present, held banquet
last night to celebrate increase in ?
Mrs. Isabel Brooke, 5641 W.
Superior street, had husband be
fore Judge Goodnow in court of 4
domestic relations because he
desertecj her every now and then, j
Judge called man an "intermit- ,
tent" husband, and ordered him'1
to stay with wife.
John Bishop, homeless, stgrv-
ing, smashed window at 309 Wa
bash ave., and asked policeman
to arrest him so he could have
placebo sleep and eat for few
John Sulkowski, speqal'police
man for Swift & Co., held with
out bail by coroner's jury on