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NESOF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Straw hats are officially in sea
son if you have the price.
Mrs. Clara Dunlap Pease, who
is suing her husband, Edward A.
Pease, for divorce, calm when she
told of her husband going with
other women. Wept when she
told of death of her pet horse.
"80,000 Turned Away From
Bier of King." Head in Ameri
can referring to burial of King of
On S. Clark st they do it differ
ently. Who ever heard of even
one turned away from "beer" of
Jury in trial of Mrs. Jane Quinn,
t accused of murdering her hus
band, completed. Hearing of evi
dence began late this a'fternoon.
Woman claims Quinn was killed
by a burglar who entered their
Police notified that jewelry
worn by Minnie Quinn, murdered
in Los Angeles, is on way to New
'York. Police of Richmond Va.,
obtained it from John Adcock,
cousin of C. C.DilIon, suspected
'slayer of the woman. Mrs. Dillon,
who lives on Evanston av., re
lieved of surveillance by local de
tectives. Four boy bandits held up and
shot Henry .Lurie, 2558 W. Divi
sion st. eariy this morning. Es
caped without moneyv
Unidentified man committed
suicide by leaping from steam
ship Kansas into Lake Michigan,
near Racine, Wis.
Body of unidentified man found
floating in drainage canal near
So- Lawndale ave., this morning.
Minnie O'Connor, maid, con
gress hotel, suicide.. Swallowed
morphine in room at Leland ho
tel, 53 E. Harrison st.
Fire caused heavy damage at
Heppes Roofing Paper Co., 4505 i
Fillmore ave. Blazing tar imper-
Mrs. Mary Martin, 23 and col
ored, 5032 W.' Lake St., shot by r
husband George Martin, Satur
day, died yesterday. Husband
Ruth Smith, 2, 1013 So. Marsh-
field ave., bitten on armvby dog
owned by Louis Schevan, 1011 So.
Mrs. Mary Allen, matron, after
20 years' work on I. C. railroad,
has retired on pension. First
woman railroad employe to re-i
ceive pension in U. S.
Policeman Wm. H. Bishop, de- -tailed
on strike duty, struck and
injured by auto owned and driven
by Philip M. Walter, 5433 East
End ave., at 24th and State sts.
Gambling squad raided room at
319 So. LaSalle st. Ten men ar-,
rested. Betting sheets seized. J
Sjaid to have been operated by J. i
F. Adams for Mont Tennes.
Samuel Leese, IJi years, 1100 '
S. Lincoln st., died at County
Hospital from burns received y
Tuesday when he fell into tub of
hot water. -,
Unidentified Italian laborer,
about 28, struck and killed by C, T
M. '&. St. P. passenger train at N. '
Halsted and W. Kinzie sts. ''
Dr. Loren J. Wilder, physician '
of George A. Kimmel," an
nounced that he would not allow