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HW4T HABPENED IN CHICAGO
H. C. Ewing negro, owner of
cigar store, 3946 "S. State st., ar-
$, rested, charged with gambling. 7
inmates also arrested. Ewing
fined $25 and costs and inniates
$1 and costs.
' Adolph Meister, 15316N. Hal
sted St., found unconscious in va
cantiot near his home, cited. Po
David Wilkenson, 855 Lill 'av.,
tried to drive across C. & N. .V.
Ry. tracks at Elizabeth st. in his
buggy. Struck by switch engine.
'Met; West Side "L" Ry. has
been notified by the village board
of Forest Park that a flagman
must be "stationed at intersection
of" Circle av. and the railroad
right of way, Forest Park, on
Sundays and holidays.
Robert Lynch",' 22, and James
Sullivan, 24, both of 2415 S. State
St., arrested following revolver
fight' with policemen when they
started to arrest them on sus
picion. Nicholas Michael, 7, 1750 Pratt
av., struck by street car at Far
well av. and N. Clark st. Serious
' Touring car of RI A. Hughes,
5320 Jackson av., struck electric
auto at 56th st. and Madison av.
& Electric smashed. No one hurt.
Thomas rTagney, 4852 Sheri
dan 'road, robbed of wallet con
tainingp note for $13,000.
Attendance of students this
year at the U. of C. will probably
. Edward Mendel; Jr artist, 823
E. 42d pi., found unconscious in
rowboat half filled with water, 15
mites out in the lake. Rescued and
During present presidential
campaign public school assembly
halls here will be opened to bold
Ernest Jacket, 1843 N. Harding
av., dead. Gas. Suicide.
- E. J. Manns, 506 W: 26th St.,
negro real estate dealer, arrested,
charged with perjury.
Bruno" Loizzo, waiter at 1803
Armour av., arrested in South
Side levee in company "with Mrs.
Carama Conforti, 1107 S. Des
plaines st. Charged with traffic
Christian Scientists of Evans
ton have completed arrange
ments for erection of $70,000
church. Site at Chicago av. and
Antone Stams arrested for
"mashing." Fined $50 and costs.
Norman Craft, 18, 'blind, has
registered -for freshman class in
the U. of C
Vocational Art Congress has
decided to erect a building to the
memory of late Daniel H. Burn
ham in the business district.
Joha'Kuhasz, 12 E. 12th st,
has offered-his only leg to Miss
Ethel Smith of Gary, Ind., to save
her life by grafting the skin from
his leg to hers.
James-Bresnahan, 66 Eldridge
av., caught between two cars at
Madison and Jefferson sts. May
Louis Bodie arrested for carrv