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Miss Anne Weiss, 3938 W. Madison
St.; Vincent Haier, 2139 W. Madison
St., and P. J. Gunty, 2007 W. 13th St.,
cut and bruised when two street cars
collided at Washington and Dearborn
Trial of nine deputy smoke inspec
tors on charges of petty graft, con
spiracy and extortion begun before
city civil service commission.
Police James McDermott, Cottage
Grove av. station, given Harrison
Tree star hero medal for bravest
work in 1912.
Raymond McKean, son of John
McKean, 2802 Indiana av., drowned
in Dresden Heights, 111., when canoe
capsized. Two others boys rescued.
Mary E. O'Donnell, 31, editor of
'omen's section, Chicago Tribune,
James Mullenbach selected supt.
of Oak Forest county institutions.
Mrs. Sarah Brossman, 44, 1518"
Hastings St., run down by Nelson
Morris motor truck at W. 13th st
and S. Ashland av. Chauffeur ar
Mrs. Anna Benson, owner of groc
ery at 847 Milwaukee av., locked in
ice box by armed man who took $25.
Willis P. Dickinson, society man,
club fellow and supposed millionaire,
in county jail on charge of obtain
ing money under false pretense
through medium of an alleged rail
road he was building in Florida.
Walter Tawloski, 6, 1908 W. 17th
St., scalded to death. Fell into tub
of hot water.
Mrs. Esther Falkenstein will call
mass meeting to protest against at
tack made on her settlement house
at 1921 Humboldt st
Josephine Lennas, 15, 2400 S.
Western av., disappeared after leav
ing note to father saying she had
gone to New York.
Police looking for "Josephine," 19,
blonde housemaid, who is alleged to
fcave stolen $100 from home of Dr.
l.enry Adler, 2320 W. Taylor st
Mrs. Hattie Von Hagen, 523 W.
North av., had husband arrested and
then caused excitement by banging
him over head in Judge Rafferty's
P. J. Harding, former captain of
police, said to be slated for head of
West Park police.
Band concert in Grant Park to
night. Two policemen chased Wedward
Nixon, negro, a mile and then arrest
ed him for taking $600 worth of jew
elry from store of Sol Grobzinski,
4660 S. State st.
Louis Sauer, 10, 2222 N. 40th av.,
inmate of Lincoln State School and
Colony for Feeble-Minded Children,
returned home showing marks of
brutal beatings. '
Three armed bandits held up and
robbed Dr. H. B. Bernhardt, 1432 N.
Hoyne av., of $9, diamond ring worth
$75 and stickpin worth $25.
Glen Park, near Gary, Incf., is flood
bound and calling for assistance.
William Elliott, 1139 W. 61st st.,
dead and Edward Ecklund not ex
pected to live. Inhaled steam when
boiler flue blew out in engine room
of North American building.
Chicago is 80 years old today.