ueties celebrated 63rd anniver
sary of adoption .of Danish consti
tution at Riverview park yester
day. Rep. yictor Berger "princi
Three Chicago breweries are
violating anti-smoke ordinance.
They are the Ruehl, the Standard
an'd the Stenson.
L. F. Minahard, 2119 Indiana
ave., left gas stove burning when
he went to bed, and died of it.
Police investigating death of
Mrs. Mary Burnes, 1153 S. Mo
zart st. Illegal operation.
Moy Tong Mow, oldest Chin
ese Mason in the middle west,
who died of being mistaken fot
another Chinaman during Tong
war, buried wtih high honors at
Chicago Methodist ministers
to hold their preachers' meeting
on the Desplaines camp ground
Mrs. Iize Mohr, 1859 Maud
ave., badly burned abbot hadds
and face putting' out fire in
clothes closet of home;
Nels Petersen, 7115 Drexel
"blvi, found drowned in Jackson
park lagoon. Police investigat
ing. Sisters of Rob. Catherwood,
head'of Civil Service Reform As
sociation, have filed charges
against him as trustee of his iath
Jane Murdock Memorial build
ing of Presbyterian hospital, to
house maternity, children's and
contagious cases, dedicated and
opened. Funds left by late Tfios.
United Societies of Chicago-to ,
publish monthly paper in which
they will attempt to destroy ar
guments of the "drys'
Mrs. Mary C. Hopkins, 6131
Kimbark ave., hurt when auto
driven by brother, Wm. B. Aus
tin, 25 Scqtt st., new president of
Hamilton club, crashed into street
car at Dearborn and Harrison sts.
Fire caused $5,000 damage to
warehouse of Wm. Rotsted Co.,
hay and grain dealers, 1829-35 N.
Hugh E. Keough (Hek), for
six years on staff of Tribune, and
one of, the best known sporting
writers in country, died yester
day , Grand Chief W. S. Stone took
part in memorial serices at
Ever Since Flinn Came: to Chi
cago Taft's Managers Have
Been So Nervous They Could
Not Take a Drink Without
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