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Body of man, about 50, taken
from river at Adams st
By fprcing a lockout of the
pressmen, Chicago publishers
have started something that
seems to spread.
Ghicago Waiters' Union may
strike. Wage increase.
Chicago Historical Society to
hold patriotic services, Flag
Day, June 14.
1 It is claimed the trust news
papers are printing only about 10
, per cent of normal circulation and
not selling much of that.
. "George A. Kimmel" identified
v pictures of Mabel and Belle Fin
ley, childhood acquaintances.
Maley Stern, 1357 N. Western
av., held up and beaten by 3 ban
, dits, N. Oakley av. and LeMoyne
st. Took $2.60.
Reported now.that the trust
newspaper publishers are" scrap
ping amongst themselves.
Auto -Engine Co. 102, Estes av.
and N. Clark st., reached and ex
tinguished fire one-half mile away
and returned to quarters in 11
minutes. New record for speed
Chief McWeeny has ordered
arrest of all auto owners who fail
to pay wheel tax by June 1.
Andy Lawrence is still mayor.
Michael Franick, 2837 S. 48th
ct, fell from third-story window.
John junz, 21, 2627 Ward st,
-fell from wagon, Wrightwood
and Southport avs. May die.
. Louis Wagner, 5, 1120 N.
Franklin st, bitterf twice in arm
by dog owned by Wm. Dtisty
.worth, same address.
Some policemen are making
change and acting as newsboys.
People don't pay them for that
Man believed to be Wm. Knut
son, 70, 1623 Ballou st. Suicide.
Albert Johnson and Charles
Smith, arrested as telephone box
With 1,200 cops on strike duty
in the loop, thieves have a soft
snap in residence sections.
Emily Balesh, 8, and sister,
Maggie, 6, struck by auto Sunday
morning, near St Peter's church,
S. Clark and W. Polk st, recov
ering. Horse traders who block West
Side streets must move on in
future. 12 arrested Sunday.
Mrs. Frederick White, 4620
Dover st, reported robbery of
$1,500 in jewelry. Police on scent
Mrs. White found them in chif
Charles Travis, 1616 Sherman
ave., Evanston, rescued Dorothy, J
Price, Kate L. Soape, Northwest
ern "co-eds," from drowning
when canoe capsized.
', H. J. Trumbull, 6557 Embark
ave., and G. P. Frysinger, Hotel
Hayes, saved 4 boys when raft I
sank in lake. i
7,000 attended German-Ameri-1
can picnic, Brand's Park, yester
day. Man killed by street car, State
st and Hubbard place, believed to
be Frank Magnuson, 2912 Lake
Detectives shot Norman Knut
sen in front of 1545 Western ave.
after he was held up. Thought
he was a robber. Bullet entered