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Josephine Jarcecz, 6, 1446 W.
Huron St., struck by unknown
motorcyclist June 8, died yester
day after praying for man that
struck her and didn't have cour
age enough Jo stop.
George W. Smith, 30, and wife,
Anna, 28, severely bruised when
their motorcycle was struck bf
auto and driven by M. R. Marks,
diamond broker, 30 E. Adams
St., at Buffalo ave. and 88th st.
Members of Oak Park Con
gregational church cheered name
of Clarence S. Funk when pastor
mentioned him yesterday.
250 children from tenement
districts will be guests of county
at Oak Forest infirmary today.
Peter Bartzen in charge of trip.
Frederick H. and J. Francis
Chetlain, 17, twin sons of former
Judge Chetlain, ,"414 Sheridan
road, attacked and beaten by 8
'"men near Calvary cemetery. Be
lieved to have been golf caddies.
Corner stone of new St. An
, drews' Roman Catholic church,
N. Paulina and Addison sts., laid
yesterday. Bishop McGavick of
ficiated. Walter J. Seymour, 24, mem
ber U. S. naval training station,
North Chicago, and residing at
11920 S. Michigan ave., drown
ed at entrance of Calumet river..
Fell overboard from steam
Children who insisted-on wan
dering away to parks yesterday
" and getting lost, caused polipe
force all sorts of worry.
Mrs. Grace" Springer, 1841 S.
- Wabash ave. Suicide. Gas. De
serted by husband, J".
H, M. Kennedy, 509 W. 61st
St., held up and robbed by 2 men
at 63rd" st. and Indiana ave. Gold
watch and 75 cents.
Mayor Harrison predicts that
Bry:m and Kern will again be the
Democratic party ticket.
Federal Judge Carpenter issued
writ authorizing seizure of dia-s.
mond necklace that Jack John
son, negro lighter, is alleged to
haye smuggled into country.
300 chiropodists convened at,
Hotel LaSalle today for the pur
pose of' adding more dignity to
their profession? They are going
to try and pass order demanding
that every one who enters busi
ness of toe butchery be a college!
Harley Sfurvant, 175 High st.
and Mrs. Emma Conroy, same
address, tarrested in front of St.
Peter's Roman Catholic church
W, Pol kand S. Clark sts, as they
were about to abandon newly1
American Vigilance Ass'n to
force prosecution of professional
escorts who are pai dto accom
pany questionable women to sa
loons, so they- can evade law
against women, entering drinking?
Mad dog caused excitement in1
vicinity of 107th st. and So. Mich
igan ave. Shot by policeman.
Heat believed responsible for
death of George Patter, carper
ter, 1522 N. Central Park av.,
whose body was found at Archec
av. and V. . 22nd st.
E. F. Wahlberg, Cincinnati, re
ported he had been robbed of $50
by 2 polite young pickpockets'