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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
T Jules Vedrines, aeroplane
speed king, "and Maurice Prevost,
Doth famous- French aviators,
reached-here this morning to take
part in the Gordon Bennett cup
race at Clearing, 111., next week.
- Police searching for Joseph
Barys, Jr.,3, 2756 S. Sacramento
av. Disappeared from in front of
'his. home Saturday.
. John H. Koster, 1800 W. Lake
St., and four patrons arrested to
day when police found men gam
1 tiling. Koster booked as keeper
of gambling house.
- Vincent Rosalski, 1227 Mil
waukee av., went to sleep on roof
of house wheef he roomed. Walk
ed, around roof in his sleep and
fell over side. Undertaker.
Patrick Gissinger,. flagman- for
the CCM. & St. P. Ryv stood on
tracks at Kingsburg st. to warn
wagon driver of a freight, train
coming. Train hit him. Killed,
Oscar Granath, who is believed
to have intended putting into
practice dime novel methods of
burglary, was arrested today.
When arrested he had a loaded
revolver, ten feet of thin rope
wrapped around his body, electric
flashlight, two dime novels, each
of which contained a story of a
crime committed-by a daring bur
: Hiram Xewinsohn, 16, 4822 S.
Michigan av., disappeared after
starting for Hyde Park High
school. He did not like school
and his father thinks he is look
ing for work.
- figrdinanti Ischoppe, 2286 W
22d st., went to sleep in Grant
Park. Woke up and found two
men rifling his pockets. Broken
nose and shy $25, -watch and
A. B. Sherwood, 738 Buena av.,
fell from first floor to basement of
new building at La Salle av. and
W. Huron st. Injured.
Lillian Evers, 15, 2609 Ogden
av., found intoxicated in Garfield
Park. Arrested. She says she
was drugged in a saloon near
park by boys.
Nathan Goldberg, 3459 W.
12th pi., snatched necklace from
Violette Pender, 17, 2000 S. Hal
sted st., at 12th and Desplaines
sts. Goldberg chased 3 blocks, in
which several shots were fired.
Frank Graham and Rock Dal
ley, nurses at Bridewell, both'
serving a sentence for larceny,
escaped by climbing over wall.
E. G. Corlett overcome by gas
in room of Jackson Park Hotel,
1538 E. 63d st. Saved by pulmo
tor. Fred Shupe, 754 W. Adams st,
tried to attack 13-year-old Ella
Adolph Nysliwiec, 3, 1709
Walleck ct, scalded on Aug. 31
in tub of hot water, died today.
Mrs. Johanna Wischmann, 67,
3600 Armitage av.., who fell from
chair Aug. 29, died last night.
North Shore beach has been
closed again by police.
Mrs. Naomi Hill Barker died
at the home of her daughters at
1040 Elmwood avr Evanston.