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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Two operations for appendici
tis within three weeks caused
death of Seward S. Shirer, 42, as
sistant United States district at
torney here. Three children sur
Lieut.-Cel. J. M. Eddy, 1st In
fantry, I. N. G., re-elected as lieutenant-colonel
Miss Jane Addams sails from
X. Y. today on steamship Adri
atic for Egypt. Will be there sev
Ten women fined $25 and costs
each. Charged with being resort
keepers. 65 women inmates fined
a total of $337.
Federated Orthodox Jewish
Charities received donation of
$1,000 from S. Phillipson. whole
sale merchant, 828 W. I2th st.
Alfred Hansen, 17, arrested for
petty theft. Judge Scully found
he had lost his mother ad father
through divorce. Gave the boy
financial aid and promised to find
Problem of "white slavery"
will be discussed at meeting of
Home Culture Club at Woman's
Temple, La Salle and Monroe
Burglar got 2 suitcases worth
$25 from store of L. Shapiro, 161
X. Halsted st.
Detectives G. McGowan and
W. Carden, Sheffield av. station,
charged with shooting up saloon
at N. Clark st. and Sherman pi.
J. Boler, deck hand, fell from
dock at N. State st. Drowned.
J. E. Kleinman, 2237 Potomac
av., victim of holdup men. $18
Five negroes robbed H. War
ner, 3021 S. State St., of watch.
Two caught after gun battle. One
Horse and wagon burglars got
fruit worth $800 from commis
sion house of Gelibter & Co., 834
W. Randolph st.
Burglars got $350 from laun
dry of Hop Wo, 1821 W. Taylor.
Samuel Cosimano, 23, 1004
Townsend st., shotnd killed by
unidentified man at "Death Cor
ner," Milton av. and Oak st. 12
murders have occurred at that
corner in last year.
Richard Devaney, 5, 1160 W.
Erie st., crushed. Brick wall fell
on him at W. Ohio and X. Curtis
sts. May die.
Minnie Johnson, 18, 4909 Aus
tin av., suicide. Poison. Lonely.
Miss Grace Webster, teacher in
Blaine school, Grace st. and Jans
sen av., suspended by Supt. of
Public Schools Mrs. Ella F.
Young. Charged with heading a
high school sdrority.
Fire partly destroyed 3-story
brick apartment bldg., 6404-06
Ellis av. 12 families driven out.
$25,000 loss. Xo one hurt.
City Council and police and fire
depts. will attend funeral of late
Aid. J. J. Brenan, 18th Ward, to
morrow, St. Patrick's church.
City Haltwill be closed.
Police Operator R.Hunt slight
ly hurt in stopping runaway horse
which had knocked down one
woman and was headed for an
other carrying a baby.
Chas. Maronde, 5536 S. Throop
st., chauffeur, held to grand juVy