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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Ducks and geese broke up service
at Jewish synagogue, 8929 Houston
av. Made so much.noise congrega
tion, came out to .shoo 'em away.
Ella Triner will marry Dr. Frank
Lagorio May 20, the man Emily Hig
ginB said she was engaged to. Dr.
Lagorio says the wedding will come
off and thai it will he Ella, not Emily.
Roger Sullivan and John P. Hop
kins have gone to South America.
Back September 1. Pleasure trip.
N"Lady Blue," $1,500 dog belonging
to -Mrs. Edward Morris, Drexel blvd.,
lost.-Cops are hunting it.
Inquest on body of A. S. Goodrich,
Milwaukee millionaire, halted until
the woman who was with him when
his auto killed him, is found. It
wasn't his wife.
Walter Turnberg, 6803 Cottage
Grove av., driver of Ward & Co. bak
ery wagon, badly injured. Wagon
ran into street car. Hospital.
Detectives gone to gypsy camp at
Kempton, HI. Hope to find missing
Mrs. Clara Dunlap Pease will sue
for more alimony because her hus
band Edwin A. Peace of Aurora bar
red her from his father's funeral yes
terday. Wm. A. Cunnea is making big gains
overHoyne in the recount. Gained
353 in 26t hward, and 309 in 29 pre
cincts of the 27th. In the seventh
precinct of the 27th ward Cunnea's
net gain was 106.
Auto driven by Peter Karl, 3150
Princeton av., struck Fred A. Quinn,
watchmaker, 327 Billings st, on
Michigan blvd. near Van Buren st.
Karl took Quinn to hospital. Gave
self up to police. Released.
Two men and four women held by
police in connection with death, by
fire, of Conrad Benson, 728 W. Kinzie
Bt, Monday morning, released. Ac
cidental death, verdict returned.
Mrs. Sarah Ochs, Davenport ill.
found dead in bed at Hotel Sherman
by sister, Mrs. Sol Hirsch, Momence,
HI. Had just come to Chicago to
consult heart specialist.
Workman dropped bolt from ele
vated structure. Hit burglar alarm
in building of New Ideal Life Co., 27
W. Lake st Two wagonloads of po
John H. Cliso, LaG range, and Wal
ter P. Chase, S. Morgan: st, have been
picked as jurors to try Robert Webb,
under indictment for murder of Po
liceman Peter Hart Expected sev
eral days will be" needed to complete
Industrial Club of Chicago to give
"welcome home" dinner Friday even
ing, May- 23, at Blackstone Hotel to
W. J. Calhoun, a member, -who re
cently returned from mission as Min
ister to China.
John P. Collins, 33 saloonkeeper,
670 W. Madison, arrested, charged
with receiving stolen property in con
nection with case of five juvenile bur
glars arrested two weeks ago. Seven
others held on same suspicion.
Goodman A. Miller, dentist suing
Gladstone Dowie, son of late John A.
Dowie, for $140.15 services.
Coroner's jury decided Alice Good
man committed suicide. Died Mon
day of asphyxiation.
William 'Lathrop Moss, attorney,
506tN Sheridan road, Highland Park,
died at Pennoyer Sanitarium,
Missing daughter of Dr. W. A'
Winters, near New Castle, Ind., be
ing searched for in vicinity of Kemp
ton, HI. BelievecTIn hands of gypsies.
Chicago dressmakers solemnly re
solved that the slashed skirt is a
Attorney Willard F. Conkey, 500
Diversy parkway, suicide. Revolver.
John R. Gott, 60, 743 Lincoln
parkway, playing bridge whist Heart
More rain clouds headed this way