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with whom he had strtick up an
acquaintance on Clark st. car.
John and Nicolas Gibb, broth
ers, Ellwood City, Pa , arrived in
city and met man who offered to
sell them machine that made
money for the small price of $100.
They fell. Haven't seen man
Aero Club of Illinois has of
fered $15,000 machine to Ameri
can aviator of reputation who
will represent them at Gordon
Bennett international race to be
held here Sept. 7.
Thomas D. Courtney, former
constable, arrested. Alleged to
have robbed and wrecked many
flats on north and south sides.
E. C. Kennedy, 2037 Grace st,
held up and robbed of $62 and
jewelry valued ajj$250 by 2 men
at North Park ana Webster avs.
2 masked and armed bandits
entered saloon of Frank Fair,
'3501 N. Humboldt st., and after
locking Fair in icebox took $30
Harry Morganthal, 5211 Ingle
side av., held up at 52nd and
Shields av. by 2 men and robbed
of $50 and diamond pin.
Mrs. Mary E. Klamer, wife of
John KKlamer, owner of room
ing house 3159 Michigan ave.,
suicide. Hanged herself from
steampipe. Ill health.
Dempsey Malachi, 73, 2500 N.
Mozart St., found dead. Believed
to have been caused by over-exertion
Portion of Sheridan road, with
in city limits, may be placed un
der control of Lincoln Park
Henry Traficano, 10, 457 1ST.
Mozart St., run down and severely
hurt by auto driven by J. N. Eli
sus, 7123 N. Clark st., at N. Clark
and Barry ave.
Desk Sergeant Joseph Beutel,
Isaac Kinnie and John Walley,
Chicago police force, must tell
trial board why they didn't re
turn $60 stickpins to William
Carlo, 580 N. Clark st., taken
from him when arrested last
Judge Gemmill, Court of .Do
mestic Relations, advised Mrs.
Rudolph Franovitch, 2833 S. 5th
ave., not to talk so much and give
hubby a chance.
Andrew Bochiris, 10, 630'Blue
Island ave., fell from 3rd story
window. May die.
William Zeiska, 14, 945 Mil
waukee av., attacked and badly
bitten by bulldog in backyard of
John Schultz, 39, laborer,
Thornton, 111., who was crushed
between 2 freight cars in yards of
Browning Improvement Com
pany, died at Chicago Heights
Burglars were foiled in attempt
to rob home of Dr. W. Schultze,
922 Wilson av., by ringing of
alarm attached to window.
.Well-dressed woman about 30,
with 6-months-old baby, found
unconscious in gutter at Polk and
S. State sts. Girl, 2, sitting by
Raymond Williams, 12, 2347
W. Huron St., ran away for 80th
time when he disappeared from
camp of Chicago corps No. 1, Sal
vation Army, in Michigan City.