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Bodies of Lewis Tfescott and
Hermann Huhn, two of party of 7
drowned in Fox Lake, May 8, re
covered yesterday. -
John J. O'jConnor, district supt.
United Charities of Chicago, of
fered position as general secre
tary nited Charities, Minneap-
Two autos collided at 33rd and
S. La Salle sts.' yesterday. H. F.
Morris, 5429 Cornell av., driver of
one, thrown and seriously injured
Occupants of other, driven by A,.
H. Spiegel, head of Spiegel, May
8r Stern, badly cut by glass.
17th annual banquet of Holland
Society of America will be held
at Congress Hotel to-morrow
Henry Bockmann, 35, bartend
er, suicide. Turned on gas in
pathroom at "home of Mrs. E.
Herman, 1914 N. Clark.
18,000 have been invited to the
dedication ofhe Harper Memor
ial Library, University of Chica
go, June 11.
Mrs. Robert Follis, 49, 4103 S.
Campbell av., probably fatally in
jured by auto driven-by Hugh De
Lemon, 3536 S. -Western av.,
which had been str-uck by street
car at 18th st. and Campbell av.
and thrown to sidewalk where she
wastanding. Skull fractured. De
Lemon badly cut and bruised.
Burglar entered flat of Mrs. J.
A. Edwards, 5244 Lexington av.,
while she was in flat below. Took
$11 and jewelry valued at $7,000.
Supposed mad dog shot by po
liceman after biting Mary Haley,
8. in front of elevated station on
Qivisxpn-st. - ,-s -r
Robber snatched purse contain
ing -watch and $15 from Mrs.
Louise Scammon, Detroit, Mich.,
at Kenwood av. arid 47th st.
Edward Purcell, 6210 S. Car
penter st., pickpocket, fined $200
and costs. Blamed his red hair for
Busse still has some influence
in the City "Council. Yesterday
they granted him the right to lay
switch track in Fleetwood st.
Mrs. Anna McCarthey, prop.
Glen Hotel, 515 N. Clark, tossed
William Mason, oromer, down
stairs when he came home drunk.
James Ferguson, 10, 1462 'Aus
tin av., probably fatally injured
when barn door rear of 1064 ,
Grand av1. fell on him.
Benjamin Williams, Salt Lake
City, and brother, Treveman Wil
liams, Butte, Mont., separated
since boyhood,-re-united by Sal
Walter Knudson, 8, 441 Bee
thoven place, "hitched" on wagon
at Sedgewick and Division sts.
Broke right leg in wheel.
Mrs. Elizabeth Parker Gillett
filled suit for divorce frdm Chas;
W. Gillett, wealthy broker 'aid.
Board of Trade operator.- -Habit-
George W, Hensley, 237 No.
52nd ave., drew $1,800 from bank
to purchase home. Disappeared.
Wife fears foul play.
George S. Scott, 1731 No. Al-r.
bany ave., who ran down and in
jured Anna Falkenberg, 14, in his
aato, at Armitage and Spalding
aves., fined $1,000 by Judge Gem
mill. Maximum penalty.
Body -of Florence Mahoney, 20,