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Chicago, and has refused to give
QUt name of one he arrested Sun
day. Shaffer says that if hegave the
man's name he probably would
"get out on afine of $10 or so, and
that therefore he's just going to
hold him without booking for a
Mrs. Mattie Massey, 19x wife of
John F Massey, 2231 Powell av.,
shot and killed herself. Massey is
foreman of a construction gang
and is forced to go from one city
to another. His girl-wife wanted
'.Salvation Army will start an
nual summer outing for Chicago's
poor with picnic to 35() children
at Glen Ellyn Sunday.
Glen Fitfield, 19, Tolliston,
Ind., has become Qeaf from ef
fects of bolt of, lightning which
struck his home Sunday.
Frank Gadzinski, 11, 478 Linc
oln St., died of loqkjaw caused by
Fourth of July bullet wound in
Bishop K. P. W. Bockman,
Thromjen, Norway, and the Rt.
Rev. H. N. Hauge, grandson of
the, Norwegian reformer, Hans
Nilsen Hauge, arrived in Chicago
for visit of few weeks.
.Mrs. Theresa Hall, 22, 1043
Jackson blvd.,missfng from home.
Didn't know Chicago very well.
Husband fears she has met with
. Geo. Jackson, 64, 2737 N. 53rd
av., sent to House of Correction
by Judge Caverly-, died there.
Acute alcoholism and fractured
Jomi'M. Linehan, real 'estate
man, 2037 Madison St., told Judge
Caverly he couldn't possibly keep
sober because his wife left him a"
Joe Jackowitch, 2432 Clybourn
ave., fined $200 and cost's for try
ing to throw his son under street
car. Jackowitch was peevish be
cause; his wife didn't have dinner
ready for him when.he got home.
Philip Sandburg, 1866 Winne
bago ave., and James Peterson,
2500 Moffat ave., held to federal
grand" jury as "blackmailers.
Worked on North Side.
Mrs. Thella Joecken, 1912 S.
Wabash ave., arrested for accost
ing men, told Judge, Beitler how
her husband had brought her to
Chicago and then deserted, her.
Beitler let her go.
Joe McCue, 18, who came to
Chicago from Boston to seek his
fortune, pleaded guilty to stealing
$6 from MrsClara Stout, 165 W.
Chicago ave., but was allowed tp
go free when Mrs. Stout pleaded
Fire believed of incendiary ori
gin destroyed interior of new 3
story building at 1143 S. St. Louis
ave. $15,000 damage.
800 men threw down their tools
and walked out when Dan E.
Carey, of Chicago, was reappoint
ed general superintendent of the
Automatic Machinery Co., Au
rora. Carey was reappointed at
thp request of former Mayor 'Jno.
Edw. Murphy, 19, 3027 S. Park
avei drowned off 29th st. Cramps.
Mrs. Josephine O'Reilly Hen
ning has confessed that the suit of
her husband; John C Henning,
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