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was made when W. F. Dunham,
Chicago numismatist, deposited a
U . half-penny, dated 1834, in
the Merchants Trust and Savings
' There was a reunion in the Ju
venile Court of four of the five
children of Mrs. Nellie Knight,
133 W. Indiana st, whom the
court had separated for three
The fifth child, Norma, 9; died
last week in Oak Forest infirm
ary, of general tuberculosis, ac
cording to the doctors. The
mother thinks she died of grief.
Gov. Deneen arrived here to
discuss preliminary steps for
formal opening of state Repub
Edward Connors, 44, laborer,
731 W. Madison St., quarreled
with unknown man at Desplaines
and Madison sts. They Went to
Connors' home and fought it out.
Connbrs stabbed near heart.
County Hospital. Man escaped.
Clarence McCarthy, 11, 1705
Carroll av. ,struck by auto truck
owned and driven by James
Bouzas, 1308 W. Washington
blyd., while he was riding his bi
cycle at S. Paulina and Carroll
Bougas tried to escape, but
was caught by Hugh McGee,
1639 N. Ashland av., who saw
the accident and chased Bouzas
inihis machine fof several blocks.
lrMrs. Augusta Whitney, 21,
2719 Sr WAbash av suicide. Car
-Booty of Walter Dorlinski, 15,
1239 Noble st, drowned at Wil
mette, Monday found.
Martin Rygard, 2233 Went
worth av., suicide. Carbolic acid.
Despondent. Lack of work.
Six alleged gamblers arrested
in handbook raid m room on third
floor of 188 N Fifth av. William
Grace booked as keeper.
Geo. B. Armstrong, 55, 928
Eastwood av., publisher, struck
by plank on lumber wagon at
State and Van Buren sts. Rav
Daniel Murza, 23, 623 Max
well st., stole six pairs silk hose
to give to his sweetheart. Sixty
days in Bridewell and fined $1
Solomon Galet, 14, 1450 W.
Polk st., shot when he resented
an accusation of theft made
against him by Tony Guino, 16,
1527 Taylor st. Undertaker.
Guino escaped. "
F. M. Muir, 4041 S. Wabash
ave., held up and robbed of $2 at
E. 41st st and S. Wabash ave.
Mrs. G. I. Cochrane, 749 Wells
st., chloroformed and robbed of
$50 diamond ring while asleep at
Mrs. Mary Capelett, 613 S.
Sangamon st., Louis Capelett, 7,
her son, Miss Mamie Zaltire, 605
S. Sangamon St., Nicholas Pin
tello, 13, 946 DeKoven strand
Angela Tatasso, 5, 625 W. Taylor
st., bitten by dog at S. Sangamon
and W. Taylor st. Dog was shot
in the leg and crippled.
Theodore Standi, 6, 1702 W.
Madison St., and Frank Borwitz,
8, 1703 S. Canal st, bitten by bull
dog while they were riding their
"pushmobiles" in an alley near
Stancil's home. A .