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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Mary Howard, 2236 W.
Superior st, went for milk at
dairy of Chris Jensen, 2228 W.
Huron st. Bull dog jumped al
her and bit her several times. Se
riously wounded. Dog shot.
Dr. A. G. Bubbard, 4319 W.
'Adams st., -struck by auto of
Fleischmann Yeast Co. Severely
injured. Joseph Johnson, 322
Cypress st, driver.
Paul Thompson and Melvin
King, arrested in Cleveland ior
thefts and brought back Here by
Lieut. Gallery, held, to grand jury
on $2,000 bonds.
' Mrs. L. Z. Rose, 3251 S. Park
ave., found dead in her 'home by
plharles E. Cake. Several bruises
on body. Cake arrested,
t Lewis- Sirehl, 70, 701 E. 46th
St, and Miss Cucretia Brennan,
68, married today after 50 years'
' John Henwall, head o John
Henwall'auto supply mnfrs. 4514
W,. Washington blvd,, and -Jacob
M. Eest, 3418 W. Chicago .ave., !
salesman, seriously injured when
their auto wasstruck-by construc
tion car of City Rys. Co., at W.
Jackson blvd. and S. Western
Mildred Silver, 7, 10Q7 S. Wood
St., slid down bannister. Fell.
Died at hospital.
j John Klimp, 6019 S. Carpenter
s,t, accidentally dropped reins and
his horses ran away. Policeman
Frank D. Walsh jumped to one of
their backs and stopped them.
Klimp jumped. Bruised.
Tony Ross, president News
boys' Union, said today that, the
picture in the Examiner showing
him selling Examiners is a fake,
and that he is selling none but
union papers that carry the label.
Says he will stick with union
labor to the finish in their fight
on trust newspapers.
Meeting of members of Ladies'
Tailors' Union No. '71 called for
Tuesday night, Sept. 24, at Sha
biro Hall, 12th and Waller sts., to
discuss calling a general strike in
about 20 South Side 'shops be
cause they haven't kept promise
not to help locked-out shops.
International, Brick, Tile and
Terra Cotta Workers' Alliance in
session at Blue Island denounced
Mayor Harrison and his adminis
tration for refusing to exclude
non-union made Purington pav
ing bricks. Next convention will
be held at Chicago Heights.
J. A. Stone, 1120 Wabash ave.,
fined $25 and costs for contempt
Released on writ of habeas cor
pus when he, refused to pay fine.
Rose Lazerovitch, 7, 1302 W.
14th st, struck- by auto of Dr.
David Ackermany 1141 S. Marsh
field ave., Throop and 14th st.
Victor Kerick, 5, 946 W. 18th
st, struck by auto of Armour and
Co., driven by Louis Hawkins,
6752 Lincoln st, at Morgan and
W, 18th sts. Wilfdie.
Arthur Furth, 19, 235 E. 52nd
st, stole diamond ring valued at
$275 from his sweetheart, Miss
Marie Davis, 4715 Prairie ave.,