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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
. .Body of woman believed to bo that
of Mrs. Ethel Keating Boggess, wife
of Dr. J. S. Boggess of TJ.JS. marine
hospital service station here, 4 was
found in Mississippi river at St. Gene
vieve,. Mo., today. She has been miss
ing since last August from Kansas
Sophia Stern, 2, 1867JDIybourn av.,
dead from scalds received, when cof
feepot tipped over on her.
Anna Bugjnis, 1,355 Kensington
av., dead from burns received when
pan of boiling water fell on her.
Federal Judge Carpenter today
granted permanent injunction pro
hibiting 2 Chicago locals of Interna
tional Brotherhood? -of Electrical
Workers from molesting the property
of the Postal Telegraph Co.
"While returning hpme from house
k warming with Her husband, Mrs. Ed
na Smith, 2345' W. 21st st, dropped
dead. 'Heart failure.
Philip Latin; 3807 N. Leavjtt st:,
attempted suicide. Gas. Police broke
down' door and rescued him. Hos
pital.' Condition serious.
Robber tried to hold up Frank
Knipper; Hotel Holland, 1524 E. 53d
St., onplatform of I. C. Ry. station.
Miss, Beatrice Brouex, 22, E. 57th st.
and Washington aye., knocked.gun
from his hand. Knipper and holdup
fought. Robber escaped.
J. O'Rourke, 1524 E. 61st st., vic
tim of holdup man. $6..
Douglas Parsons, .461 8 Clifton ave.,
' victim of holdup man. Fought Over
powered.., Robber escaped with
Overheated radiator caused fire of
small loss 'in courtroom of Municipal
Judge Goodnow at Maxwell st sta
' tion. Witnesses, driven out
Mrs. F. R. Pardridge, Highland
Park, whp was robbed of jewelry val
ued at $4,000 in Los. Angeles on" Feb.
14, advertised a. reward of $200 for
heir return. Got answer from the
.thief -whoasks $500, for theicTeturn.
S..-p. Cpglteri 1Q18. Almond st.,-
driver of .auto of P. L. Shaughnessy,
president Bricklayers' .Union severely
bruised Tvhen his auto ran into ped
STGreenbow, La Grange, III., se
verely injured when his auto hit auto
of D. Smith, 1141 4'0th aV. Smith
Burglars got alarm clock nd
clothing from E. Schneider, clerk
Purdue Hotel, 414 S. Wabash av.
Police raided labor agency of Chas.
Barenov; 16 Canal st. Owner and 5
others arrested. Poker game.
Wm. Chester, 613 S. Laflin st.f ne
gro, threatened by angry mob when
they saw him with loaded gun. He
was severely hurt. D. Shapiro,. 1422 '
Spruce st, tried to aid ,him. He was
also beaten. Police locked up Ches
ter. . '.
State's Atty. Maclay Hoyne today
placed, Ed and Henry Barrett on
trial Case'continued until tomorrow
owing to illness pfN Judge Kersten.
Ed. charged with murder and Henry
as. an accessory. v
Register today if you want to vote
Tuesday, April 1st ,
Gretchen Engelbrecht, 7, 3224 N.
Leavitt st, severely hurt by auto.
.Cried because she had to miss school.
Gerald Fuller, 120, 5732 Jackson
av. bellbov.N arrested eharefid -with
petty and grand larceny. Alleged to
have stolen from phone money
"Water" family registered at local,
hotel. Not acquainted. H. A. Fish,
IN. Y.; C. E. Worm, St.. Augustine,
.Fla., and G. H. Hooker, San Fran
Harry Riley, alias Meyers, alleged
pickpocket,-sentenced to 6 months fa.
Bridewell on charge of vagrancy.
Marx. Eiseman, retired" merchant,
4805 Forrestyille av., died at hospi
tal after being struck, by elevator in
Tribune building, Dearborn and
Case of smallpox discovered" at
Lane .Technical High school! Lo.uig