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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Mrs. Acmes Schickel. 917 E. Fifty
fifth sL, struck by southbound Cot
tage Grove car. Killed.
Miss Mary Cudahy, who fell down
elevator shaft in Monroe apartment
building four months ago, sailed for
Carlsbad to recuperate. May not be
able to walk again.
Brothers of Elizabeth Schaefer,
Wilmette, have offered long strips of J
skins from their bodies to oe usea
in skin-grafting operation to save
sister's life. Scalded.
Qen. Jos. B. Leake, 85, 218 Cass
St., oldest member of Chicago Bar,
Geo. Clark, 5, struck by auto.
License number 40854. Right leg
Jack Johnson has been barred
from the loop. Mayor Harrison or
cered police to arrest him on sight
. he appears in his auto.
Oscar Bluemchen, chef of Y. W.
C ' , who has restaurant concession
. in World of Chicago, fined for -working
waitress 12 hours in violation of
68 motorcycle and auto speeders
paid $935 in fines yesterday.
Judge Pinckney allowed Mrs. Anna
Burek to pass sentence on her son,
Joseph, 13, arrested in Milwaukee av.
department store, charged with pick
ing pockets. Sentenced to pay theft
and be in bed at 9 o'clock.
Herman Coppes, 14, who shot and
killed Mrs. Manny Sleep and brained
two daughters, 2 and 4, sentenced
to Joket penitentiary for life.
Edward H. Mirier, arresjed at
Boehm residence with Mrs. Edward"
Boehm, is carriage trimmer of Auto
Construction' Co. Trial postponed
until June 6.
Julia Holmgren, 10, 5339 Shields
av., bitten on hand by dog. Police
man Lyons of Stockyards station
T. Walter Browningt Board tf
Trade broker, died suddenly at home
Michael J. (O'BTien, 1601 S. State
st, who killed, "vyife Sunday afternoon
and later died in cell, found to "have
Police searching- for vandals who
have been breaking intd stores and
offices in section of Irving Park and
M. C. Forbes, Illinois Athletic Club,
who was struck on head with water
bottle by waiter, will live.
Fifteen men. including Charles
Genker, known as "Monkey-faced
Charley," arrested in raid on pool
room at 1Q38 Archer av.
Mrs. Ella Muckndge sued six
saloonkeepers jointly for $10,000
under state dramship'act, claiming,
her husband has become habitual
Mrs; Samaritha Davis sued Vincent
Andrew and "National Brewing Co.
for $10,000 for making son, Charles
Bollnger, habitual drunkard.
Jay McCormick, teamster, saved
Chas. Chuct, a small boy, from fatal
burning. Boys had a fire in street at
42nd court near 'Harrison. Charles
had on an Indian suit, which caught
fire. McCormick jpht out fire. Boy's
hands and legs badly burned.
Body of Michael Kennedy, 70,
reported missing v0 weeks ago,
found floating Jh Lake Michigan off
Mrs; Brook ty. Bell, -dressmaker,
4142 Grand blvd., sued for $10,000
from Mrs. N. B,. Wilson, but would
not stale what money was In pay
MjchaeX Kjtesarte, S8f 2333 Grand
jiv., seTigtt policeman and veteran of
Haymarket riot, dead. Heart dis-'
Burglars looted offices of Chicago -Gas
Appliance Co., 26 W. Lake st,
last night. Got money and bonds
Body of Unidentified man, 30,
found on Chicago, Milwaukee & St
Paul tracks at Crasin. Taken, to
I undertaking rooms, 5356 Grand ay.