Fred Wagner, 52 W. Huron st,
arrested for throwing sticks in
Lake Michigan and sending dog
to recover- them, "warned" by
Judge Caverly and discharged.
Freely we confess 'we cannot
see Why the police should bother
about persons throwing sticks in
to Lake Michigan not when
there are so many burglars, hold
ups; pickpockets and politicians
Nicholas Sehhen, 5, 1701 Or
chard st, fell on steps of home
and gashed face. Lockjaw. Died,
Anthony Weber, 1766 Estes
ave., fatally injured when auto
going 25 miles an hour struck 1
wagon- at Sheridan road and
Rosemount ave. Auto did not
stop; no one saw its number.
Both factions of Woman's Par
ty iof Illinois won at executive ses
sibn, and some tactics used would
make Director McKinley or Vic
tor Rosewater blush for shame.
Inquest of Katherine Swift, 3,
daughter of Chas. Swift, 712 E.
47th st, who died from eating im
pure ice cream cone, postponed
for analysis of ice cream.
-Margaret Peck, 4, 1524 Asn
land court, knocked down "by auto
owned and driven by Wm.
Schuckmeil, 1640 W. Chicago ave.
Seriously, perhaps fatally injured.
Schuckmeil not arrested.
Anna Harold Martin, 5009
Madison ave., has" brought suit
for $2,500 against Adams Ex
press Co., for loss of jewelry be
longing to- her in their offices.
Edw. S. Blair, secretary to U.
S. ambassador to Japan, arrest
ed for operating smoking auto,
discharged by Judge Caverly.
Blair said he had been in Japan,
and didn't know about Chicago's
10,000 elementary and 2,000
high school pupils will be grad-
uated - from Chicago .public
schdols June 20 and 21. 700 will
get diplomas for 2 year vocational
Case of Mrs. Annie Mindak,
2418 Powell ave., against Chicago
Railways Co., for $1,000. damages
for personal injuries dismissed by
Judge Rooney. Brought suit as
"poor person." Found to own
home. , . ;
Perhaps we don't understand
much about law, but does the fact.
that Mrs. Mindak owns her home .
make the injuries she suffered
through the carelessness of the
street car corporation any less? -
Fred Oppenneimer, commis-'
sion merchant indicted by gov-
eminent for shipping uninspect
ed meat, will attack constitution
ality of meat inspection law-
Chas. Mandelker, manager of
furniture store 848 Wells st, ar
rested on complaint of Mrs. Lou
ise Landmann, 58 W. Superior st.
She bought $30 worth of furni-x
ture; company refused to deliver
or return, money.
Ralph Dominquez, interpreter '
in U. S. District Court for 20
years, to be sent to Soboda reser-
vation, California, to teach In
dians how to vote.
Stationary engineers employed
in brick yards of Cook county
meeting with brick manufactur
ers to consider new wage scale.
Telegraph operators on all
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