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man should get the Democratic nomination, the other papers would, prob
ably try to put over a Progressive candidate. In any event they will play to
split the Democratic party so badly that no Democrat can win.
And Socialists are watching the fight with interest, hoping that all the
parties will get so badly split that they can make Cunnea the next mayor
INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. Minnie Cuynea, 1217. Barry
av., tried suicide by swallowing lysol,
following quarrel with husband, ac
cording to police. Will recover.
Louis Marks, chauffeur, 1759 W.
Superior st, crushed to death while
cranking auto in front of 356 W.
Superior. Another,auto backed into
Marks, pinning him to his own ma
chine. Walter Wolf, chauffeur, 7402 Jack
son av., arrested on complaint of Miss
Ruby Oaken, 5323 S. Aberdeen st,
who charged he insulted her while
they were riding on motorcycle.
Jack Johnson, colored, sentenced
to Joliet for violating white slave law,
granted appeal by Judge Carpenter.
Bond reduced to $15,000.
Unidentified man, about 30,
dropped dead in Revere House res
taurant, W. Michigan and Clark sts.
Lizzie Silverman, 18, who swal
lowed bichloride of mercury, died
yesterday at University Hospital after
Mrs. Mamie Henning, 21, 1433 Ful
ton st, swallowed bichloride of mer
cury in Suicide effort. Will die. Jeal
ous of husband.
Wm. Black, 5844 Fullerton av.,
killed, and Roy Kissna, 2244 N. 58th
av., seriously injured when stf eet car
struck their motorcycle at Central
Park av. and W. 26th st
David Rosenthal, 3628 W. Polk st.,
probably fatally injured when auto
turned turtle at Walnut st. and N.
Sacramento blvd. Three daughters
and friend, who were in car, escaped.
Souck Karchmarskyi alias Meyer
Borisoff, 1627 W. 14th st, died after
taking headache powder.
Benjamin Keppler, 1013 W. Con
gress st, held up and robbed John
Carroll, 432 S. Peoria st, at Con
gress and Desplaines. Escaped from
police after pistol fight Later caught
by Policeman Carroll in his home.
Joseph Wallace, Waukegan, rob
bed of $40 by three men at Jefferson
st and Washington blvd.
Albert Schultz, 731 W. Lake st,
told police he was knocked down by
three men on West Side and robbed
F. A. Delano, president Wabash
railroad, advocate of 12th street plan
for new Union depot, denied admis
sion to meeting of council committee
on railway terminals by Aid Geiger.
Ordinance drafted to permit "L''
roads to extend platforms to accom
modate one six-car train. Plan to
extend station to provide for two six
car trains under through-route sys
tem to be abandoned.
Mrs. Louis Van Keuren, who shot
and killed her husband June 4, and
George A. Penrose, her alleged "af
finity," indicted today by grand jury
for murder. Effort "Will be made to
have woman released on bond.
John Walsh, saloonkeeper, 109
Park Row, found on floor in his place
with wound in head. Ice pick, used
by assailant, by body. Believed to be
dying at St Luke's. Recovered con
sciousness, but would not tell of at
tack. Negro porter has disappeared.
Crusade begun against mashers by
officials in Garfield and Humboldt
Three girls and two men arrested
by Oak Park police following disturb
ance on Metropolitan "L" train early
today,. Several men, said to have in-
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