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Sam Holstein as older boy seen with
Benny Holstein in Morgan Park July
21, the day Benny was murdered.
John Kill, brother of Mrs. Marie
Kill Benjamin, shot and probably
fatally woundgd - Dayt E. Benjamin,
his sister's husband. Benjamin in
Robert Burns Hospital. Kill in War
ren av. police station. Mrs. Benjamin
in Desplaines st. police station.
James Cotton, -2007 S. State St.,
fatally injured when struck by Rock
Island train atJ16th st Died in St
1,500-foot parachute drop by Miss
Tina Broadwick from hydroplane of
Glenn Martin feature of Perry's cen
Andrew M. Lawrence, publisher of
jtiearst s -examiner, sent midmgnt
wire from California to chairman of
Butts legislative committee denying
ne ever met tu w. isarr, empire vot
ing Machine Co.'s "fixer." Also
Mrs, Marie Sorico has arrived here
from Italy tp hunt for her husband,
Joseph Sorico, who disappeared from
1130 Sedgwick st, July 21 last. Be
lieves 'he was murdered.
John-Fillc, 13, 4915 29th st., play
ed with 'shotgun. Left leg will never
be the same.
Qeo. Riekas, 32 W. 69th st., exam
ined automatic revolver. Right leg
will never be the same.
Police Lieut. Michael J. Gallery
broke up meeting of L W. W. at
Madison and Halsted sts. last night
Fred Hardy, secretary of Local 341,
chief speaker, swore to hold another
meeting tonight despite police.
H. H. Van Meter, preaching at Chi
cago Refuge for Girls yesterday, sug
gested that lawyers should be sent to
jail in place of clients whom they
Peter Wladarzyk, 1421 Emma st,
gave himself up to police for killing
of Chas. Geriba, whose skull he
crushed in with iron crowbar. Claims
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hotchkiss,
Evanston pioneers, v celebrated fifty-
seventh wedding anniversary yester
day. Boasted theyl never had quarrel.
Orrie Olive, -3, only child of Wolf
Olive, street car conductor of 1402
Johnson, fell from fire escape on
third story of home. Died-
Mrs. Chauncey J. Blair, of 4830
Drexel blvd., refused to confirm re
port that she intends to give her
$100,000 cellection of antiques to Art
Nicholas Grantao, 2, 2221 Went
worth av., fell- from second-story
window of home. Probably fatal.
Inquest to be held on death of Wm.
Nestidal, 64, 548 W.ells st' Died on
operating table at -German Hospital.
Body of middle-aged man, poorly
dressed, found floating in drainage
canal at Thirty-first st. and South
Body of Morris Holt, 18, 1925 West
Van Buren st, drowned while bath
ing at Diversey beach Saturday nightt
identified by his mother, Mrs. Mary
Andrew Vacolke, stockyards em
ploye, committed suicide by drown
ing himself in Calumet river near
Crowd waiting to set into theater
at 2913 Milwaukee av., pushed Peter
McUskey, 3249 Ridgeway av., into
door with such force that he was bad
ly cut about head and face.
Oak Park fire department called on
Chicago for help this morning to put
out fire that destroyed five residences
at Lake and Marion sts.
Josephine Steranke, 22, 1360
Washington blvd., attempted suicide
by poison while being taken to police
station on complaint of settlement
Prince African lion at the Lincoln .
Park zoo, which has not eaten since
his mate, Blind Nellie, was chloro
formed fifteen days ago, has only a
few more days to live.
Frank Skiles, employe of North
western Railroad, asked police to
hunt for his wife,- Susie, who disap-'
peared with their 1-year-old baby,.