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and Lake av. N. G. 30 others af
fected. Wm. Schaffer, J403 Hudson
ar., 62,vstruck by Rivelrview Park
car, Sedgwick and Blackhawk
sts. Seriously injured.
, Frank Sofin, 16, 1827 Webster
av., badly hurt when Madison st.
car struck wagon on which he
Police are stationed at Pekin
theater, 27th and S. State sts., to
prevent showing of moving pic
tures of burial of Mrs. Johnson.
Johnson got temporary injunc
tion against use of pictures. Also
banned by police censor.
Policeman David Fitzgerald
tried to stop fight in Adams dance
hall, 2000 Austin av. Used as a
football. Slightly hurt.
SO business men ordered to put
automatic gas shut-offs in their
buildings by state's attorney's of
fice. Rev, Norman B. Barr, pastor
Olivet Memorial Church, says
"mashing" is caused by way
Charles Schink, .24, 3831 Van
'Buren st, drowned in Wolf Xake,
- Hammond, Ind., while clam fish
ing. Companions, Albert Horoitto,
2039 W. 46th st.; Chas. Stolte,
5630 La Salle st; Arthur Susse,
605 W. 46th st, narrowly escaped
death. None could swim,
William Meyer, 2729 Logan
blvd., arrested as ke'eper of clear
ing house for handbooks at 1626
,W. Jackson blvd.
Florence V. Hanna, 833 Dear
born st., Tobbed of $500 rope, of
jpearls and expensive charm.
James Hanson, deaf and dumb,
arrested for larceny. Miss Eliza
beth Gattermann made charge.
Dr. Edward Lyman Denison,
17 W. Garfield blvd., charged
with receiving stolen goods, sur
rendered. Gave $3,000 bail.
Prof. George F. Gebhardt, Ar
mour Institute, filed suit for di
vorce against Mrs. Florence E.
Gebhardt, 5329 Kimbark av.
Bernard Urban, watchman,
3156 S. M.organ st., arrested for
Fannie Sassar 10J2 Newberry
av., cut on face by her beau, At
tilio Boffa, 719 S. May st., be
cause her father wouldn't give
him money to marry her. -Boffa
Daniel Nuzzo, accused murder
er' of Joseph Henry in shops of
Sheldon & Foster, Chicago
Heights, will be brought back
from Italy to stand trial.
Oh, yes, lots of people have sore
necks today after rubbering at
Frank Sherman, 47, 1631 N.
Halsted st, struck by Halsted st
car at "Willow and North aves.
Seriously injured. Alexian Bros.'
George Pauritz, 25, 701 Blue
Island ave., Greek peddler, struck
by auto of Henry Mack, 2438 In
diana ave., at Clark and Harrison
st. Severely injured. Mack
thrown from car, slightly injured.
Following heated meeting at
West Hammond, Chief of Police
Kulciyk was fired by order of
mayor and council.
Kulciyk charged with failing