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NEWS OF Ttf EDAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Gad Olson, 1403 N. Campbell
ave., attempted to asphyxiate
liimgelf.and son, Raymond) 19,
early today. Revived by puU
motor. Had quarreled with his
wife and son. Locked himself in
kitchen and turned on gas there
and'in son's bedroom.
- Frank Shiblawski, jr., 4 months
old, son of Frank Shiblawski, one
of the executed Guelzow mur
derers, dead( of4 gastritis. Mrs.
Shiblawski tiasbeen living with
her sister. .Baby died without
Jewelry and clothing belong
ing to Minnie Quinn, killed in
Los Angeles by C. G. Dillon,
found in possession of Dillon's
wife. Denied knowing anything
of murder. Will be kept in Chi
cago pending investigation. Be
lieved Dillon committed bigamy.
Pert Klauskes, 555 W. 14th St.,
knocked down and bruised by
Westworth'ave. car-at 18th and
Clark sts. Unconscfous for hour
Police searching for Lillian
Henderson, who disappeared
from her home, 12 E. Chestnut st.
Mayor Harrison has signed or
der compelling all "L" roads to
give transfers, making one fare to
all parts of city. Roads allowed
10 days to put it into' effect. Com--paniesjwill
resist, probably preci
pitating long court fight.
And you'll pay your' nickels
jus't the same.
'Wm. Reilly, 13, 15ltf Hudsdh
ave1., bitten by supposedly mad
dog at Cleveland ave. and Black
hawk st. '-
Mrs. George W. Perkins yep- T
terday admitted that Fleming .
Ball, 72, taken from cheap lodg-
ing house, is her father. Ball re
moved from county hospital to J
St. Luke's. s
James E. Wiswell awarded '
judgment for $9,000 against Mor
ava Construction Co- -Lost hands
while .in their employ. Ac,qdent
Mrs. Annie L. Foss given di
vorce from Samuel E. Foss.
Awarded custody of two sons, 15
and 19 Charged desertion.
Guitatio Denardo, 947 W. Polk
St., angered because he had been
accidentally struck by baseball at
Miller and W. Center sts., stab
bed and seriously injured Mich
ael Prasino, 18, 767 W. Polk st.'
Edward Long, arrested May 16
at 906 W. Madison for taking
bets, fined $190.
Five gamblers arrested in raid
on Revere house Michigan and
Clark sts., May 10, each fined $25
Fire destroyed school house
and six dwellings, occupied by
Polish families, at Burnham. Chi
capo firemen prevented spreading
Miss Clara Fried, 4420 Grand
blvd., married Saul L. Feiber,
wealthy N. Y. sportsman, poli
tician and silk manufacturer, in
N. Y., yesterday. Met him last
summer near Tarrytown, N. Y.f
when her machine wentwrong.
Feiber driving near, offered to
fix it. He did it so well she had
to ride in his car back to N. Y- 1