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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 26, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 30',
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banging on fence post in Oak Forest,
July 17, committed suicide while tern
Milan Skodack, 9, Indiana Harbor,
died of injuries when two unidenti
fied men pushed him under train.
Oak Park Elevated Railroad Co
will be sold at auction today unless
it can pay its obligations of $5,080,
984. Freight steamer Rutland crashed
into Madison st. bridge yesterday.
Tore off about 30 feet of railing. No
Pawnbrokers told to watch for
jewelry stolen from Mrs. Edward F.
Dunne in Marshall Field's Wedens
day. Mrs. Christina Grant, 45, Newark,
N. J., passenger on sight-seeing auto,
thrown to pavement when car col
lided with auto driven by Wallace
Swedberg, 5440 Lake av., at 53d and
Mrs. J. S. House, Wilmette, fainted
while out fishing with husband. Fell
into lake. Husband rescued her.
John L. Wardrum, 5210 W. Chi
cago av., slugged and robbed of $80
in cash, $50 watch and $150 diamond
ring near animal houses in Lincoln
License committee decided to rec
ommend abolition of restaurant
William C. Dannenberg, former
special agent of federal department
of justice, certified as city's morals
Burglar got sack of plunder from
hotne of John J. Adams, 541 N.
Avers av., while family was away.
Chase of two autos,' occupants of
one firing at other, aroused South
Chicago last night. Police found no
Mayor Harrison is fishing at Huron
Bohemian Catholic Alliance of
Chicago wants law against treat
ing in saloons. Call it worst evil.
Leonard Yorky, 3, 12 E. Erie st,
bitten by dog. Police took animal.
State of Illinois will claim estate of
William Henry Lee, publisher, who
died June 30, with no heirs. Over
Concert in Grant Park tonight.
AGED MAN HELD FOR DOWNFALL
OF YOUNG GIRL
Frederick S. Mordaunt, 50 years
old, president of the National Rail
way Magazine, was arrested yester
day afternoon on a charge of being
responsible for the downfall of Jos
ephine Selwood, 17, former employe
of Rothschild's department store.
According to the girl's story she
met Mordaunt over the counter at
the store. He posed as "Jack Ran
dolph," a wealthy editor. He was
handsome and commanding. . She '
resisted and then fell.
That was six weeks ago. Subse- '
quently a fake marriage was per
formed. The girl discovered this and '
began to avoid the man. He pleaded; '
wrote long love letters; then he -threatened.
The girl turned the letters over to
her parish priest. She told "Ran-
dolph" of doing so. Soon after a a
voice over the telephone offered the "
priest $60,000 for the letters. The
matter was taken up by the Juvenile
Protective Ass'n. Miss Selwood -3
claims Mordaunt is the man. He de- J
nies the charge.
Kangaroo farming is an important '
industry in Australia. The hides are
valuable, and the tendons extremely
fine; indeed they are the best thing '
known to surgeons for sewing up
wounds, and especially for holding
broken bones together, being much
finer and tougher than catgut. '
Washington. Acting Secretary of H
Navy Roosevelt has received cable- "
gram from Admiral Cowles of Amer- '--ican
fleet in Gulf of Mexico, saying '
that Assistant Supt. Hinds of Mexi
can Southern Pacific Railroad is safe
at Guaymas and not held for ran- v
some by rebels as reported.