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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Consumers' Ice Co. will give free
ice to poor all summer. Certificates
entitling holders to 15 pounds of ice
will be given on recommendation of
priests, ministers, I physicians and
nurses' associations. Ice will be dis
tributed at any of 141 stations of
Bulldog attacked Motorcycle Po
liceman Thomas Feeny while he was
riding on St. Louis av., near 15th st.
Feeny was about to shoot animal
when policeman in neighborhood
Theresa Veldenz, 10, 6031 Ridge
av., struck b yauto at Ridge and
Hermitaage av.; broken arm, bruises
on head and body. Driver took her
to hospital, but did not give name.
Two robbers knocked down Jos
eph Roberts, 515 W. Madison st, at
Washington blvd. and Ann st. Po
licemen Mulloy and Hanlon, Des
plaines street station, fired at men,
but they escaped.
Unidentified laborer, 40 years old,
employed by McLaughlin Building
Co., 40th av. and Polk st, overcome
by heat, and died in Fillmore street
police ambulance while being taken
to County Hospital.
Two seven-passenger autos which
crashed together at Kedzie av. and
'Franklin blvd. abandoned by occu-.
pants. Blood found on pavement
near wreckage. Police" believe sev
eral were hurt. Owners of cars un
known. Miss Gussie Schaufhauser, 6222
Evanston av., found dead in bed from
gas. Despondent over disappearance
Police, records show 180 persons
have been bitten by dogs since first
of June. Order issued for stricter en
forcement of law requiring muzzles
Charles Applequist, driver for Par
malee Transfer Co., received broken
hip and internal injuries when horses
broke loose from wagon in front of
Lagalle street station, Horses tried
to cross Van Buren st bridge, being
repaired. Hung on steel girder, res
cued. Books of Commonwealth Edison
Co. prior to 1908 destroyed early in
1911, shortly .after council had grant
ed appropriation for investigation of
company with view to rate regula
tion, according to disclosures at
meeting of council committee on gas,
oil and electric light.
Bonds of $8,000, on which Thomas
P. Keyes was released, forfeited
when he failed to appear in South
Clark st. court today. Keyes, former
real estate broker at 35 S. Dearborn
st, charged with selling 5-cent the
aters he didn't own. Under arrest in
Milwaukee, charged with operating
Harry Flagherty, "cripple," beg
ging in front of Hamilton Club, fined
$10 in South Clark st court because
he kicked policeman. Flagherty sat
on sidewalk in position that made it
appear he had one leg.
Auto driven by Miss Grace Mitch
ell, 2214 Washington blvd., collided
with motorcycle ridden by L. H. Hull,
1000 Lake Shore drive, at east end of
Jackson blvd. bridge. Hull thrown
to street, cut and bruised.
Man leaped into river at N. Hal
sted st bridge. No identification.
Five children bitten by dogs yes
terday. Mrs. Frances Trego Porteous,
author of "Billy Whiskers," granted
annulment of marriage to George M.
Moses Burnette, 70, 7920 Kingston
av., arrested on serious charge on
complaint of Lucy Cravin, 5, 639 W.
Harvey Bohnander, 409 Marion st.,
Oak Park, thrown from motorcycle
and died of fractured skull when he
ran over dog.
James McMurtry, 69, inmate of
Milwaukee Old Soldiers' Home, tried
suicide by cutting throat. Will re-