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harmonica embroidered in black and red floral designs, while the remainder
of the bodice is in all white. Tie small collar points which turn away from
the neck and those on the sleeve are faced with red crepe and trimmed with
little tassels in red, white and black, giving an Eastern touch to the design.
This is a chic little waist for a young girl.
Robert Gill, real estate dealer, Con
gress Hotel, struck and injured by
auto driven by George Popp, 3356 N.
Hasted st, at Jackson blvd and State
st. St. Luke's Hospital.
Edward Cary, alleged pickpocket,
captured by police at Fifth av. and
Adams st. after chase through loop.
A. E. Morell, 941 Sedgwick st, claims
Cary jostled him on car and he miss
ed his pocketbook. Cary did not have
purse when arrested.
John E. Moore, 80, 3039 Washing
ton blvd., overcome by gas in his
home; died in shore time. Gas es
caped from defective jet in bedroom.
Dr. Samuel Metcoff and wife, 1600
S. Homan a, overcome by gas from
water heater. Revived by pulmotor.
Charles Dunn, 18, and Herbert
.Dunn, 24, arrested yesterday after
they attempted to beat and rob Wil
liam Gillen, 3820 Grand blvd., declar
ed by the police to have confessed
robbing several South Side restau
rants in last few weeks. "Used auto
Fire in one-story garage and un
dertaking establishment of T. J. Cas
sidy, 1135-37 S. California av. Sev
eral autos -destroyed; $10,000 dam
age. Small loss in fire in shooting gaj
"lery at 3 N. Clark st Car' service
Chief McWeeny issued order today
for "sane Fourth." Dealers can sell
fireworks only to those holding per
mits for displays.
Charles Anderson, 11446 Schlitz
av., Pullman, robbed of $1,870 in
saloon of Ted Weinstein, 2210 S.
State st, according to story to po
lice. Anderson claimed he drank
with two colored women and one rob
Mrs. Mary Considine, 53, 127 East
Oak st, fell from the second story
while washing windows at her home
and broke her neck; died on way to
Unidentified man with fractured
skull found lying in front of 121 S.
Halsted st early today. Man about
41, fairly well dressed. Taken to
Karl M. Mitchell, employe of tele
phone company, has been hired to
run village of River Forest.
Morris Abrahams, brother of Aid.
"Manny," 'slugged man who is said to
have tipped off Maxwell street mar
Policeman Thomas Murph'y, 8822
S. Halsted st., shot and killed himself.
Police of Stanton av. station claim
to have South Side "lunch-room rob
ber" locked up.
Health Commissioner Young will
fight bill introduced in legislature by
Sen. Olson to allow bakeries to oper
ate in basements.
Twenty men saved their lives by
baiUng out water when gasoline
launch Lucy H. sprang leak in Lake
Michigan, opposite Lincoln Park high
Judge Scully granted Eva Tanguay
verdict for $2,000 unpaid salary
against Lew Fields.
Auto robbers got about $5,000
worth of gold fillings and instruments
from score of doctors' .and dentists'
offices near 63d and Kimbark av.
Mrs. Rubie Swartout sued Dr. Wal
ter C. Swartout for divorce. Charges
Gertrude Wilson, 6, 2239 N. 45th
av., whose disappearance caused all
night search, found at home of Mrs.
IL Schwartz, 2255 N. 45th av.
U. J. Rosenwafd, spn of Julius