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St., today began 7 months' sen
tence for wife abandonment, im
posed Dec. 17, 1909. Appeals
Choirs of St. Ignatius' and Holy
Angels' Roman Catholic churches
will sing Gilbert-Sullivan opera,
"The Mikado," at Whitney Opera
House, next Tuesday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings.
Eugene Mullane, 3953 So.
Michigan ave., probably fatally
injured. Struck by car at Ran
dolph and"State sts.
M. Shirlan, tailor, 27 E. 31st
st., seriously injured. Street car.
Nels Hansen, 1353 Grand ave.,
hanged himself. Despondent
over death of wife.
Woodlawn men to solve high
cost of living question by start
ing co-operative store.
Mack Mann, colored, janitor,
258 Michigan blvd., fined $1 and
sentenced to 30 days. Stole
chickens from Mrs. J. McNally,
6843 Anthony ave.t and M. A.
Marvin, 6827 Calumet ave.
Nude body of powerfully built
man found in drainage canal, near
Willow Springs. Head crushed.
Daniel J. Sullivant state repre
sentative, 27th district, arrested.
Operated hand-book in saloon,
832 W. Jackson blvd.
"Freshies' 'and "sophs" staged
class fight on campus, Northwest
ern University. Many -absent
-from classes today.
Clifford Nelson, 7, inmate In
dianapolis Orphans' Home, has
appealed to Postmaster Campbell
to find mother believed to be in
Two confidence men undertook
to show city to Mrs. Katherine
Abbuhl and son John,, 18, Scran
ton, Pa. Snatched pUrse contain
Rose Stumoll, 5, 615 Black
hawk st., bitten on Hp by stray
Dorothy 3rayton, 8, 343 W.
59th place, bitten by dog owne'd
by H. C. Shaw, 6110 Princeton
Danish subjects in Chicago held
memorial services yesterday for
late King Frederick in Trinity,
Herbert Van Zandt, prisoner
county jail, wants Dr. Loren
Wilder "Georee A. Kimmel's"
surgeon, to operate on his head
and cur,e him of criminal instinct.
John McErney, 1004 So. Loo
mis St., teamster, Langdon Team
ing Co., fell from wagon, W,
Madison and Morgan sts. Coun
ty hospital. ,
H. C. Hanson, 60, 11814- Eg
gleston ave., dropped dead while
at work. Heart disease.
Mrs. Mary Cunningham, own
er of restaurant, 2042 W. 35th st,
kept possession of place against
"Southwest Savings bank by
means of firearms.
Frances Ponsoriby, telephone
operator, 1330 Sawyer ave., out
ran would-beyhold-up man who
had followed her from car.
Mrs. Ellen Magill, 50, and
daughter Cora, evicted from
home, 946 Montrose blvd., which
husband had built 25 years ago,
forced to remain in back yard
during thunderstorm Thursday