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owned by Henry C. Steag a.. .' .ve::
by Louis Schultze. Both taken to po
John Smith, 2446 N. Marshfield av.,
struck and injured at Lincoln av. and
Diversey blvd. by auto driven by E.
H. Dyer, 938 Argyle st
Thomas Kusimor, 3, 1527 W. Su
perior St., knocked down and arm
broken by auto driven by J. A. Dzien
gialowski, 2143 W. Chicago av.
Ambrose Herdy, chauffeur for John
W. Rainey, clerk of Circuit Court,
fined $200 and costs by Judge New
comer. Wrecked milk wagon with
his auto while drunk.
Rumored that District Attorney
James H. Wilkinson will be ousted
soon by Attorney General James C.
John Lindner, 53, .found guilty of
wife murder and sentenced to 14
years. Attorney Walter E. Boerger,
counsel for defense, asked for new
Man giving name of Chas. Houston
battled with two policemen in suicide
attempt in Lincoln Park. He slashed
his wrists. All three fell in lagoon.
Believed he was suffering with
Band concerts in Grant Park and
Garfield Park tonight.
RAIN MAY COME TO RESCUE
Forecaster Henry J. Cox today
promised that the thermometer
would not. go above 90 in the next
24 hours. A lake breeze this morn
ing brought relief from yesterday's
sizzling heat, and rain tomorrow
afternoon is expected to hold the
mercury to the bearable point.
Every free Ice depot was besieged
today, and all who applied were ac
commodated. In the foreign districts
of the West Side thousands slept on
the sidewalks and on fire escapes
last night. The parks were crowded
Several prostrations were reported,
but there were no deaths directly at
tributable to the heat
ASK CHICAGO POLICE TO HELP
IN SEARCH FOR MURDERER
The Chicago police today were re
quested to search for two men in
connection with the murder of Cher
ry St. Maurice, the Queen of the Ten
derloin of Sacramento, California.
The two men wanted for the mur
der are Jack Drumgoole, a third rate
prizefighter, who is well known on
the South Side, and Sam J." Raber,
a cafe entertainer, dope fiend and
cadet, who also is known in the dens
of the South Side.
Cherry St. Maurice, the woman,
who had bent city councils and gov-'
ernors to her will, was found mur
dered one week ago.
The motive for the murder is not
certain, but it is thought to have been
robbery. A 3 carat blue diamond
the tenderloin queen wore was miss
ed after the murder.
Drumgoole is 29 years old, 5 foot
10y2 inches in height, weighs about
180 pounds, has light brown hair, a.
ruddy complexion, coarse features,
broken nose and scars over his right
eye and under the left
Raber is between 25 and 30 years
old, 5 foot 7 inches in height, of me-,
dium build, with black hair and
The connection of Drumgoole and.
Raber with the murder has not been
established. But they were in Sacra
mento at the time of the murder, and
they left in haste and secrecy to
gether very shortly after the murder.
A search also is being conducted,
for the daughter of the murdered ten- Q,
derloin queen, who has left a round
million dollars, saved from the wages
The daughter was born in Spring
field, 111., twenty-two years ago. The
mother was deserted by the man.
Soon after she deserted the baby girl.
The girl was adopted by a well-to-do
Illinois family and is now living,
with this family in ther belief that it
is her own. '