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Dr. K. J. Stevens, Park Avenue
Hospital, arrested when auto ambu
lance was speeding with James Mc
Carthy, 379 N. 40th av., who was
struck by car at, Lake and Park av.
Auto is known as street railway com
pany's "kidnapping car."
Jehiel Jenner, 800 Dearborn av.,
shot and killed trying to defend Jas.
Cleary, 932 LaSalle av., and Virginia
Markham, 17 W. Huron St., from two
bandits on E. Chicago av., near Lake.
Forty-two children lost in Lincoln
Park yesterday during school picnic.
All found again.
Unidentified man struck and killed
by auto owned and driven by George
Kummerow, 1718 W. Chicago av., at
Hamlin av. and Lake St.
Upholsterers' International Union,
now in convention, may strike for
more wages and better working con
ditions. Forty-five alleged gamblers arrest
ed in six raids last night by Schuet
Band concert at Garfield Park to
night. Former Election Commissioner
Thomas F. Judge told Butts legisla
tive committee there has always been
fraud in ballots.
People tried to mob George Bana
gos, 745 W. 50th St., peddler, after he
struck Thomas Lennon, 3.
Body of Harry Eckart, 199 E. Oak
st., who was drowned Sunday, re
covered in lake off Oak st
Peter Alt, no address, and Christ F.
Planting, 2017 N. Sawyer av., arrest
ed for selling beer from bumboats.
Charles Johnson, 1348 N. Maple
wood' av., struck by North av. car at
N. Kedzie av. while driving motor
cycle. Badly injured.
Harry H. Hachmesiter, 63, 4512 N.
Robey st., wealthy liquor dealer, shot
and badly wounded self in suicide ef
fort. Will probably die.
Mrs. Fannie Korshak, 3520 Grand
blvd., confessed firebug queen, made
important admissions to July grand
iury. Many indictments expected to
Women voters defeated liquor in
terests in Carpentersville, 111: Town
will remain dry.
Having finished my repast in a
public dining room, you know, I arose
and requested of the waiter that he
regain my hat and my walking stick.
The fellow summoned a boy in uni
form and addressed him like this:
"Hey, kid, this gent wants his lid
and his lumber. Go over to the coat
tree and shake off the fruit until you
come across a gas-stove toque and a
yellow swagger-mast. Don't worry,
MiBter. The kid'll fetch your freak
kelly and your groper."
Editor Geo. Gray of Lakeside, Cal.,
Leader says he he hasn't got out his
paper for two weeks because the're
was no news. It's only in California
that editors dare to be conscientious