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Stella Gregory, 551 S. 5tTi ave., to
enter hotel at S. Dearborn and
Harrison sts., fined $50 and costs.
Leo-Cowbakoskiswi, 8, 12337
Union ave., overcome Sunday by
heat, is dead.
Harry Gray, sculptor, 1743
Warren ave., overcome by heat
on "L" train.
Michael Vallo, 1840 Hammond
St., arrested in I. C. Ry. station
on complaint of four girls, fined
$200 and costs.
Louis Schillinger, 444 S. Clark
St., arrested for "mashing" at S.
Clark and W. Monroe sts., fined
$10 and costs.
John Tracy, 24 E. 3-1 st st.f gave
use of his machine and himself to
police to respond to - a burglar
alarm. Fined $25 and, costs for"
Harry Reininga,' Oak Park,
fined $10 and costs, instead of $50,
the regular fine, because when
arrested for speeding, he was tak
ing a sick girl home.
Theodore Mueller, 7, 1624
Sedgwick st., struck and fatally
injured by Indiana av. car at Eu
genie and N. Clark sts. Passa
Police patrol answered call, as
police ambulance was out. Beat
railway ambulance by two min
utes. Eighteen men arrested in book
making place at 68 W. Chicago
ave. George Nelson, listed as
proprietor. 100 sheets for regis
tering bets were- found by police.
Detective Etchirigham hid in gar
bage can and saw bets placed.
Thomas Datillo, 14, 1003 Cros
by st., accidentally shot by his
cousin, George Ditillo, 11, 7061
N. Clark St. Fatally wounded.
AN ALDERMAN'S THIRST.
If it took Aid. -Hichert five
hours to take one dfinlc in John
Righeimer'.s thirst parlor, how
long would it tajce. a one-eyed .
bull frog to swallow Lake Michi
gan? We also might ask did he
drink out of a glass or the bung
hole of a barrel? , '
Which reminds us of another ,
conundrum what becomes of '
the bunghole of a barrel when. the.
barref wears out?.
Yes, of course, Aid. Richert
lost his memory -after that one
drink. He also lost $1,000 worth
of jewelry. But what was a Chi
cago alderman doing with that
much jewelry? ;
Speaking of bungholes and bar
rels, where does Thompson get
all the holes for his doughnuts? -.Anyhow,
that was too bad.,
about Aid. Richert, Where were"'
the police all this time?
But then that one drink the al
derman took was therQnly one he .
remembered the last one.
All the same, it was too bad. It ' ,
might make a lot of fellows
afraid' to go into a. saloon and
take only one drink. "?-
But -then Aid. Richert doesn't
say what that one drink was. l
Maybe it was gasolene. Or lake r
water. Anyhow, it's tough.
To bring faded grass back to
its normal color, nitrate of sodat
should be applied at the rate of
one ounce to the square yard,