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Rock Island & Pacific, suicide. Hung
himself from rafter in station, 180 W.
91st st. Ill health.
Eleven young men arrested for
flirting in Wicker Park fined total of
$120 and costs by Judge Sabath.
. William J6hanssen, restaurant
owner, 2063 Wabash av., convicted of
white slavery in Judge Robinson's
court on complaint of Margaret
Judge Kohlsaat ordered sale of Chi
cago & Oak Park Elevated Railroad
Co. in order to pay $5,080,984 obliga
tions. Estimated 30,000 people heard free
band concert in Grant Park last
night. Another large crowd heard
the music at Farfield Park.
Gov. Dunne, his family and Coun
ty Treasurer W. L. O'Connell left for
Jate trip on U. S. steamship Dubuque.
Clara Marassfce, 19, 2426 W. 25th
st, injured by Chicago, Burlington &
1,300 policemen took mental exam
ination for second class detective
Property at 95th st. and Stony
Island av., which Harrison urged city
to buy for $15,000 and use as garbage
plant, found to be worth $2,875.
Police searching for street car con
ductor who struck and probably
fatally injured M. C. Friel, 2056 Sem
inary av., business agent of Station
ary .Firemen's Union, at Lincoln and
Maclay Hoyne will take Guggen
heim divorce, case before grand jury.
Two men injured when Jefferson
Ice Company wagon was struck and
wrecked by Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul train at N. Jefferson st cross
ing. Hamilton Stanford, who induced
two young girls to go in swimming
with him at Wilson av. beach, fined
$5 and costs.
Gov. Dunne will soon call special
election to choose successor to John
P. Hand, who recently resigned place
on Illinois Supreme bench from 5th
Jamse Knapp, electrician, 749 D&
Koven st, climbed electric light pole
to see why it didn't light Shock.
Fell to street. Died later.
John D. Kennedy stabbed and se
riously wounded by John Henshaw in
hallway at 5355 S. Wood st, where
both live. Latter arrested.
Health Commissioner George B.
Young wants pulmotor installed at
7,000 South Chicagoans presented
petition to South Park Commission
ers asking for public bathing beach
at Lake Calumet.
Mrs. Bertha Lowy, 4159 N. West
ern av., suicide. Gas. Brooding over
murder of husband by hold-up men
three years ago.
Richard Loshche, 8005 Colfax av., .
foreman at Illinois Steel Co., held to
grand jury on charge of poisoning
TOUGH ON PERCY
"Weially, Miss Stripes, do you think
it's propah to lead such a ferocious
brute up and down the beach?"
"Well, a girl must have an escort
at a summer resort, Percy. And I
haven't seen a man this afternoon.