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NEW5 OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Emma M. Robinson,
Secretary of State Bryan stopped
off here last night onliis way to Sac
.ramento. Held conversation with
Sen. Lewis, Mayor Harrison and Wm.
Lloyd Goodrich, son of A. Good
rich, Pres. Goodrich Mnfg. Co., ar
rested with two girls after he .had'
taken his father's auto and visited1
several saloons and hotels in Hege
wich, South Chicago and W. Madi
son st. Police were going to release
him but kepthim on father's request.
Young Goodrich, is married and has
child. Wife pleaded withthe father
in vain. - s'
1 Elizabeth Gore Goghlan, 8, 2052
Lincoln av., killed by auto truck 'of
Siegel, , Cooper & Co., in charge of
Fred OJson, 22, 1143 jSaveland av.
Arrested and releasmed on $1,000
MrsVE. Jf Hayt, 50, 111 E. Ohio St.,
severely injured by auto of John
Gallagher, 1501 E. 63d st.
Mrs. W. E. Witherbee, 835prexel
sq.; Mrs. W. K. Cochrane, .5407 East
End av.; Mrs. C. A.lamsey, 4610 El
lis av.; Miss Margaretta Deming,
4356 Greenwood av., and Miss Flor
ence Carlson, 1403 Pratt ay. 'arrest
ed for violation of new traffic rule.;
Left their auto standing unguarded;
for more than an hour. Released on'
own recognizances. j
Dr. John Leeming, 3541 Indiana
av., arrested for violating new city
"Kane County News" is newest
weekly newspaper printed in Kane,
countyv HI. Published and circulated,
by convicts at county jail at Geneva.
J. G. Buss, 39, 1109 E. 42nd st,
arrested charged with embezzlement
of between $1,000 and $2,000 from
National Railway Publishing Co., 122
S. Michigan av., for whom he form
erly was bookkeeper.
' Box of matches caught fire. Mrs.
Bridget Egan, 78, 5140 Emerald av., v
was standing near. Died at hospital-1
fiallftfi tn VmiiRf at 31 9R S3 Mi'rhlrran
w """"-O"- j
av. by man on 'phone to "take care f
of his mother." When she arrived a
negro attacked her, stripped her and
tied her to floor in basement. She
escaped through basement window
and ran down Michigan av., practical
ly nude. Later picked up and taken
to home of relatives. Bruised about
Jbody. Negro escaped.
Joseph SilJsj 4617 S-Dearborn st.f
negro, arrested after He had stolen
diamond worth $500 and $80 in cash
from Dr. George M. Chamberlain,
4425 Drexel blvd., who employed hfm
"Jack". Johnson yesterday paid his
fine and costs of $1,426.24. The orig
inal fine of $1,000 and costs of
$700.49 were reduced with consent of
. Chas. P. Stewart, 33, arrested at
Hotel Planters, 19 N. Clark s$, and
held pending investigation of charge
mat ne naa swindled several local
business men by saying, he had lost
all his money in recent flood at Day
ton and that his wife and two chil
dren Tvere in want at Charlottetown,
Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Several boys and . girls had time of
their lives when fruit 'cart of Paul
Pappas was struck by auto at N.
Clark and Ohio sts. Auto did not stop.
. Heavy iron wagon stolen from
premises of A. Pitts, 727 Oakton st.
Found in vestibule of Fiske Hall, part
of the Northwestern University.
James Calabrese, 7016 S. Hermit
age av., bitten by bulldog. ,
Ray Ephraim, 6500 Champlain av
bitten on right, arm by dog.
' Mary Dubowy, 3r 2445 W. 24th St.,
fell in tub of boiling water. Dead.
-Mrs: Kate Snell, 869 Wells st., se
verely burned while fighting fire-in
clothes closet. ,
Miss Nellie Sugrue, maid in Oak
Park, died of burns receiyed when
clothes caught fire while cleaning
dress with gasoline..