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Wallace st., his brother-in-law,
Nathan Solinsky, ,15, 1412
Newberry av., whq accidentally
shpt David Berger, 15, 1406
Jqhnson St., Sunday, has been ar
rested and returned Tiome.
Thomas Ryan, switchman,
Blue Island, 111., fell to sidewalk
at W. Van Buren 2nd N. Clark
Julius Seebert, 2628 Racine av.,
and wife paid two men $150 fdr
what they thought was part of 5
cent show. Police searching for
Miss Florence McCauley, 4524
Indiana av., attempted to commit
suicide in the drug store of Sam
uel Rosenberg, 130 E. 51st st.
Rosenberg handed her 12
grains of chlofate of potash and
told her to swallow it, thinking
she was kidding when she said
sfie would end her life. She swal
Solomon Kohn, owner of store
at 2903 Wentwarth av., - which
was "destroyed by fire on Aug. 7,
was "arrested charged with arson.
Louis Miller, 3328 92d st.;
Goldie Krausz, 9030 The Strang
and Tessie Gross, 9038 The
Strand, are held as divekeepers.
Mrs. TiUie Heron? wife-pf Peter,
d. xieron, prop, or auxo livery,
filed suit for separation in Super
ior court, charging cruelty. ,
George Laduc, 10, 5907 S. La
Salle st., struck by auto of Edwin
G. Cooleyj 5540 Cornell av., at E.
57th stc ajtd Wentjworth av.
Mrs Pauline -Cody, 20, who' at
tempted to end her life in lake
and was arrested, charged wit&
disorderly conduct; was discharg
ed after she promised to go back
to her former home In Marinetta;
Wm. Briggs, 48, teamster of
Gary, Ind., arrested in connection
with the death of Mary Gruba
whose-body was found lying in"k
Gary ditch. "
Gov. Deneen and the Republ&
can state candidates will open
state campaign in Streator to
Fred Malek died while sitting
in picture theater at 304 S. Haf
sted si. Heart disease.
Suit-for $350v has been filsl -against
Fletcher Dobyns, ChasC
M. Thomson, Chas. E. Merriarft
Harold L. Ickes, W. S. Rogert
and "the Progressive Republican
League of Cook County by the
Mally Co., printers and engrav
ers,' 1702 S. Halsted st. The suit
is for printing 200,000 copies 61
j-sample ballots used at the Apffl
General Federation 6f Wonft
en's Clubs Jo hold biennial meet
ing of 1914 in Chicago. lf
Mrs. T. Howard, 5732 S.Ha&
sted st, and Mrs. A. Olszewski.
1636 W. 79th st., run down by
"horses hr,lpop. 3figBtly; injured.
Mrs. J. H. Ames claims she was
robbed of diamond ring" valued at
$500 from room In .Congress v
Hotel, where she is staying.
"Edward Walsh,.45, 3820 S.
Halsted St., died while sitting on "
Postal employes here will re-.