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to avoid collision with auto. Tak
en to Washington Park hospital.
One of county jail guards be
lieved to have been implicated in
attempted jail delivery Saturday
night. Jailer W. T. Davies mak
Edna Wolf, 16, 209 Spruce st,
Aurora, committed suicied by
drinking muriatic acid. Disap
pointed in love affair.
Louis Burk halter of Kankakee,
Mrs. Paul Masteller, Miss Veda
Hamstock and Walter Webster
of Hammond.all drowned in Kan
vEmil Toede, 3320 Beach av.,
held up at Ashland av. and Cor
nelia st. Was riding motorcycle.
Tried to put on speed, but robbers
caught hold of machine. $5 and
Patrolman Edw. Hubbard
washed clothes in lake. Hid nak
ed in bush for two hours while
they dried. And Hubbard is the
policeman detailed to see that no
one bathes in the altogether on
the Evanston beaches.
Clyde Thomas was roomer at
home of Mrs. Frances Hann, 271.0
N. Halsted st. . Clyde disappeared
yesterday. So did $650, which
Mrs. Hann had sewn into skirt.
Police looking for Clyde.
Wm. Hale Thompson has in
vited Col. Roosevelt to come here
to open the water carnival in sec
ond week of August.
Annual feast of St Rosalia ob
served yesterday in Little Italy.
,Over9,000 Italians joined in hon
oring patron saint of Palermo.
Nearly 10,000 watched laying
pf corner stone of first negro Y.
M. C. A. building in Chicago at
'9th and S. Wabash sts. yester
day. Building to cost $180,000:
F. C. Atkinson, 67, found dead
in bed in room at hotel at 640 S.
Dearborn st. Police investigat
ing. Geo. Wing, policeman of Glen
coe motor cycle squad, badly in
jured when his machine collided
Stani'slaw Werswanki, ', 1433
Emma st died of injuries suf
fered when pilshed off porch of
home by children with whom he
All efforts of police to trace fjve
men who attempted to murder
Mrs. Helen Baumann and her
daughter, Elizabeth, Saturday,
Josephine Dwyer, 8, 620 S.
Throop st.; badly bitten by dog
owned by Antonio Piccolo, 1300
Ladie Ruzek, 15,. 967 W. 19th
st, saved from drowning in river
at Throop St., by Meyer Bulek,
W. 19th place and Fisk st.
. Wm. Brett, address not known,
struck and probably fatally in
juredjiy Halsted st. car at Max
well. w In almost every church in Chi
cago yesterday, the clergy plead
ed for pure milk for the city.
" Aid. Nance, chairman of coun
cil health committee, thinks it
may be necessary to get theater
to hold crowd he expects to pure
milk mass meeting Wednesday.
Half the world is old because "it
I is afraid to let the other half know
how young it really feels.