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Case of Fred Hrodek and Fred
Cordes, on trial for "murder with an
automobile,"' will uo to jury late to
day. Accused men claimed brake on
auto refused to work. They ran down
and killed Patrick J. Condon, 1235
W. Harrison st.
Run on Kenwood Trust and Sav
ings Bank ended. Officials declare
more money is on deposit than when
Joseph Plaza, 3853 Indiana st.,
struck on head with pitcher filled
witn Deer Dy Aiicnaei Yaragovits,
3855 Indiana st. Plaza in hospital.
Yaragovits in jail. Beer in street.
Joseph Masholano, 1159 Cherry
av., knocked down by Frank Juberiz,
2729 S. Whipple st. Masholano'a
head struck sidewalk and skull was
fractured. County Hospital. Juberiz
Jacob Pitushek, 34, stabbed and
probably fatally wounded after quar
rel by Joseph Szeniak, 8418 Illinois
av. Witnesses say Mrs. Szeniak held
Pitushek while her husband slashed
his throat. Szeniak arrested.
Three bandits attacked Peter
Narding, former member Italian se
cret police, at Canal st. and Jackson
blvd. Two men caught, third escaped.
Rumored that Mrs. Ella Flagg
Young, supt. of schools, will quit job.
Deputy Supt. of Police Funkhouser
explained to city council sub-committee
how terrible restaurant tan
Mayor Harrison about to start
campaign against high price of taxi
State's Attorney Hoyne says he
will not present Guggenheim divorce
case to grand jury.
Fire in Heinly's cafe, Monroe and
Dearborn sts., caused slight panic in
John Saraco, 643 S. State st, ar
rested for eighth time on pickpocket
charge, fined $200 by Judge Wade.
Morris Abrahams endorsed as
ward committeeman 20th ward, to
succeed brother, late Aid. Manny Ab
rahams. Chas. LeMaster, salesman, 4149
Langley av., found dead in gas-filled
room. Accident believed.
Five hundred witnesses, mostly
First Ward, have been summoned to
appear before Cooper grand jury.
Mrs. Catherine Koch, 63, 2352 N.
Clark st., who shot herself yesterday,
is dead. Ill health.
Thirty-four people reported miss
ing in last two days.
Ernst E. Lehmann filed bill in Cir
cuit Court to enjoin Wesley Shim
meall, money lender, from collecting
$53,150 due on notes.
Seven men arrested as suspects in
connection with murder of Jehiel
Jenner by two holdup men at foot of
B. Chicago av. Tuesday night
Council finance committee follow
ed Harrison's suggestion and will
recommend purchase of Chicago Re
duction Garbage plant at 35th and
W. R. Mansdn, 49, wealthy lumber
man, Aurora, shot and killed himself.
THREE PROBES INTO SHOOTING
OF NATIONAL GUARDSMAN
Indianapolis, July 24. Walter
Dowell, of Madison, a private in Na
tional Guard, who was shot by Ser
geant Edwin Ball, of this city, yester
day, is believed to be dying In St
Three investigations into the
shooting are being made. Ball was
turned over by the city authorities
to the military. A military court
martial began an inquiry into the af
fair today. The police are investi
gating. A third inquiry for the
purpose of learning how the pro
vost's guard under Ball came to be
armed with ball cartridges is under
Dowell was arrested by Ball on a
charge of smuggling intoxicants in
to camp. He tried to escape. Ball
shot him as he was fleeing.