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Mrs. Agnes Tholl, midwife, 810
W. rNprth Jav., Exonerated from
blame in connection with death of
Mrs. Joseph oKhler, 2703 South
Joseph Fox, 215 S. Halsted
st., attempted 'suicide by gas, but
maid smelled odor. County Hos
pital. Out of work and ill three
I James Markland, Irwin, Term.,
killed by freight train, Montrose
av. and C, M. & St. P. tracks.
Albert Jones, colored accom
plice of Mrs. Evelyn Romadka,
Milwaukee, in many burglaries,
arrested after he had attacked
Corina Chicine, 19, 1544 W.
Adams st., in hallway of home.
Sidney Morton, 1000 E. 73rd
St., drowned in lake, foot of E.
74th st. Became excited when
boat in which he and Walter Bir
mingham, 7811 Langley ave.,
were rowing began to rock, and
Chicago and Milwaukee will
co-operate in prosecuting Mrs.
Louisa Lindloff, charged with
murder of son Arthur.
Bldg. Commissioner Ericsson
will defy city council and refuse
to issue licenses to unsafe thea
ters that council had O. K.'d.
George Van Ryper, waiter in
saloon at 6101 S. Halsted, fined
$100 for having sold liquor to
Marie Blackwell, 14, and Mattie
Bryan, 17. Charles Healey, 6915
So. "May st., fined for contribut
ing to their delinquency.
Burglars raided LaSalle pool
room, 171 W. Madison st., and
carried away stock and billiard
teUs ivalued'a.t 5pQf Police (.
lieve thieves used wagon -or auto.
Fire Chief Seyferlich returned A
from vacation yesterday. Felt so
good he promoted 2 lieutenants to
captaincies and 3 pipempn to lieu
tenants. Otto Meilke, 412 N. Ashland
ave., who has performed house
maid duties for 5 years while
wife and children supported him,
sentenced to 30 days on rock pile.
J. Armstrong and Warren
Cummings, Kewanee, Ind., se
riously injured when auto fell
over 20 foot embankment, Ham
Morris Greenberg, 2324 -W. ,
Taylor St., suicide. Gas. Body
discovered by wife.
Fire "believed to be of incen-
diary origin, caused damage at '
Liberty Electric Co., 64 .. .Lake
Frank Keeney, 21, 2622 Wil
cox ave., beaten into unconscious
because he didn't move fast t
enough to suit mounted police
man No. 557.
Peter Weber, 1769 Lunt ave.,
chauffeur, thrown against iron '
post when N. Clark st. car struck"
his auto truck. May die.
Woodlawn Business Men's
Ass'n will open their co-operative
market at 1232 E. 63rd st.,;pri-
Walter Howell, 3032 South
Park ave', foreman Armour Glue
Works, found in Grand Rapids,
Mich., with mind blank.
Morris Choder, painter, may .
die as result of saving cat from
under State st. car at Harmon.
St. Luke's hospital. Cat is with
him., " -. - -r
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