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window while she held the haby in
X)an Cupid looked so dejected that
a reporter went up to interview him.
"What do you make of all this,
Dan?" the reporter asked, familiarly.
"Oh, I don't know," Dan groaned.
"Would you believe that just a few
years ago there were turtle-doving
and cooing and making me offers for
bringing them together, and now "
Then Dan brightened. "Oh, well,"
he said, cheerfully, "they got another
chance now, you know."
And he sprinted down the corridor.
After living since June 25 with a
bullet in the lower lobe of his heart,
James Woodward, 69, of Cuba, 111.,
died here today. Shot himself. De
spondent over ill health.
Harry Moore, Rochester, Ind., and
Clifford Polman, 1129 S. Kedzie av.,
cut and bruised when their motor
cycle collided with wagon at Jack
son blvd. and Center av.
Tony Liver, sailor, slept on roof of
two-story building at- 2424 S. Oak
ley av. Rolled off; fractured skull.
Passengers and crew of Lake st.
car rescued two families in burning
building at 4016 W. Lake st. First
floor occupied by dry goods store.
Miss Nellie Grinke, 20, 1719 Kee
nan St., rescued by Hinman street
police from barn at rear of 1625 N.
Paulina St., where she was held cap
tive. Seven men captured. Six iden
tified by girl as having attacked her.
Said she met two of the men at mer-ryrgo-round
at Armitage and North
P. J. McGee, 3839 N. 41st court,
went to Bleep on sidewalk while
waiting for car at Van Buren and
Jefferson sts. Robbed of ?75.
Harry J. Heitman, Toronto, Can.,
went to sleep on Van Buren car.
RQbbed of $200.
.G. W. Kluge, 1468 Belle Plaine av.,
arrested for driving auto while in
toxicated after striking another ma-
chine. Occupants of second auto un
hurt. Capt McDonough, Pipemen Frank
and Schwalm, Engine Company No.
30, seriously injured when hose cart
was struck by street car at Milwau
kee av. and Noble st.
Seven dead and 'six overcome in
Chicago yesterday from heat wave.
Edward and Paul Covitz and Jos
eph Clarke found guilty of arson.
Face one to twenty years' imprison
ment. Motion for new trial contin
ued. Kenneth Waters, 16, Maywood,
dived into three feet of water at Wil
son beach and broke his neck. May
Fire in Bismarck Gardens, N. Hal
Bted and Grace sts., caused panic
among 150 diners.
Seventeen gamblers arrested in
raid on room at 24 N. Fifth av.
Chas. E. Jenkins, Jr., 6109 Evans
av., killed when auto went into ditch
near Libertyville, 111.
Frank Lamont arrested on pater
nity charge sworn to by Gertie Wro
sek, 2014 Superior St., while he was
acting as best man at friend's wed
ding. Fire of incendiary origin burnea
stables of David Levy, 1319 Cornelia
st. 32 horses rescued. Police look
ing for former employe.
Jack Johnson, his wife and Joe
Levy left Montreal bound for Havre
Myrtle Meyers, 6, 5112 Jefferson
av., struck and injured by auto owned
by Wm. Dyser, 1248 N. Clark st
South Park commissioners refused
women permission to hold big suf
frage demonstration at Grant Park,
Estimated that 300,000 people
went swimming in Lake Michigan
Ground will soon ba broken for
ActorB' Hospital, Hoyne av and W.
Safeblowers made unsuccessful ef- ,
fort to crack safe of Miller-Schlossey "