Newspaper Page Text
Thompson's saloon, 768 W. Van
Buren St., following quarrel.
Joseph Jorika, 11, 875 N. May
st., struck by State st. car at Chi
cago av. Left shoulder dislocated.
Sen. Dixon of Montana, Roose
velt's manager, blew into Chicago
yesterday to find out what makes
Medill McCormick act the way he
does about a third party ticket in
Dixon hasn't found out yet, but
he may raise hob with Medill's
cute plans to be progressive in na
tional politics and standpat in
Pierce Condon, 10, 2876 W.
Harrison st., bitten by bulldog.
Pearl Johnson, 6, 18 S. Leavitt
St., biten by dog while playing
near her home.
Yet there is a Chicago ordi
nance "compelling" the muzzling
of all dogs.
Chicago theaters except the'
four Shubert houses may be
without orchestras Aug. 1.
Theater Managers' Ass'n won't
sign agreement with Chicago
Federation of Musicians.
New agreement is same as old,
except fhat musicians demand
they be no longer forced to play
under stage. But managers want
to reduce scale of wages.
The new $1,250,000 La Salle
street tunnel under the river was
used by street cars for first time
Martin Hyland fell from rear
porch of home, 3328 Parnell av.
Neck broken. Instantly killed.
Overseer Voliva, Zion City,
used barrel instead of collection
plate at "feast of the taberna
cles" yesterday. Collected $7,-
Claude Donner, 325 S. Robey .
st, tried strength of window"
screen by leaning against it. He
Louis Novack, 965 W. Chicago
ave., held up and robbed of $12
and watch near his home.
John Funk, 25 W. Indiana St.,
struck and killed at Delaware pi.
and Lake Shore drive by auto
driven by H. J. Bonney, 860 Cass
st. Bonner arrested and released
Raymond Peterson, 16, struck
and killed at Milwaukee and
North Western aves., by Spiegel
House Furnishing Co. auto truck,
driven by Peter Deneen. Deneen
held pending coroner's verdict.
Harry and Charles Moreau,
brothers, 1543 N. Claremont ave.,
held up and robbed at S. Spring
field ave. and W. VanBuren st
Allen Magerson, 3303 Hirsch
st., injured Friday while trying to
board North ave. car at Spauld
ing ave., died yesterday.
Nicholas Put2zard, 16, 704 Mil
ler st., drowned lake at foot of
15 st., recovered by police
New York is now finding out.a
few little things about its police
Chicago, on the other hand, still
has a lot to find out about its po
lice and Andy Lawrence.
Chicago Federation of Labor
passed resolution calling on mem
bers of affiliated unions to con
tribute, 10 cents to support of the
World. 4 .
Also heard how judiciary com-.