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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
John Smith, Breslin Hotel, 541
W. Madison Street,' Jried to "swim"
on stone sidewalk. Had not been
near the water. Locked up, Des-
: plainer street station.
I: Auto knocked down Mrs. Bridget
fife Aird, 41, at W. Jackson blvd. and S.
Peoria sts. Motorcyclist chased ma
chine for mile. Escaped.
Laura Kenner, 20, colored, 3647
Rhodes, av., fatally Injured and
' "William Dougard, 19, colored, 3901
Porrestville av., severely bruised,
when auto, in which they were rid
ing, was hit by another at South
State and 37th sts. Both thrown to
pavement. Leonard Hunt, colored,
3142 South State st, chauffeur of
other auto, being held." Alleged to
have been speeding when crash
Policeman Thomas Murphy, 65,
904 S. Loomis st, oldest member of
Chicago police department, dying at
lewrYork hospital according to re
port' .He fell, it is claimed, when
leaving train, and when taken to
hbsj&tal was 'found to be dying of
' heart disease. '
Charles Howard, 1234 W. Van Bur
en st, alleged well known pick
pocket, arrested at W, Van Buren and
S. LaSalle sts., on charge of steal
ing -$28 from Mrs. Edna Cooks, "on
Northwestern "L" train. When
searched money -was found in lining
of -his coat
Dr. Arthur Mercer, 1950 Grand av.,
reported to police that he had been
robbed of $1,200 gold watch and dia-
A mond ring after leaving poolroom at
jp 1920 Wabash av.
Maude Cooke, student at North
western University, lost sight of one
eye from overstudy.
Claude-Taylor, 21, negro, 835 Lar
rabee st, may die as result of mak
ing good his boast that he could eat
two quarts of ice cream.
Body of woman, about 25 years
old, -well-dressed, taken from lake at
Capt Storen, Maxwell street sta
tion, has barred Angelo Paulello,
Margaret Labriola, Jacob Barnet and
Joe Cohn from station on grounds
that they are "fixers."
John F. Smulski, president of
North-western Trust & Savings
Bank, has adopted twins 6 months
Edward J. Birk, secretary and
treasurer Birk Bros.' Brewery, sued
for divorce. Wife charges him with
infidelity and with cuttingjier allow
ance. Committee from Cermania Club
will call on President Wilson and try
to induce him to appoint Henry W.
Huttman as federal judge.
Frank Kuzinanski, 3320 Auburn
av., arrested for stealing clothing
amounting to $14 for his baby.
Police looking for a good-looking .
young man who swindled Mrs. Mary
Grebach, Wells and Chestnut sts., out
Wm. Shaw and Wm. Jones, 15, ne
groes, arrested in Morgan Park for
criminal attack upon Clora Feichtin
ger, 20, white girl
Susie Bowlioczki, 14, 8232 Saginaw
av., seriously injured by motorcycle.
Body identified as that of Frank
McDougaL iron worker, found in lake
foot of Harrison st Weights attach
ed to body lead to murder theory.
ROSENWALD, SCHWAB AND
Julius Rosenwald, Henry Schwab
and Charles A. Stevens were sum
moned to appear before the CHara
welfare commission Friday and tell
wages paid their men employes.
John G. Shedd, millionaire head
of Marshall Field & Co., has not yet
been served. Shedd is excessively
busy- dodging the subpoena servers,
give the commission a lot of infor
men. He once said that while he
wouldn't turn a finger to help girls,
he coukl to help boys or mei