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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
James Tobey, 18, 2859 W. Polk st.,
and John Smith, 738 S. California av.,
are dying and Samuel Greer, chauf
feur, injured. Chicago av. car struck
Burglars got jewelry and money to
amount of $150 from home of Mrs.
Chas. Bullinger, 2053 W. 12th st.
David Lee and Dorothy Chin, both
Chinese, eloped from San Francisco
and were married here.
Coroner's jury decided death of
Victor K. Geshkewitch, 74, 644 Robie
St., by gas, was accident.
Woman placed 1 -year-old baby in
arms of Mrs. Anna, matron at a
South Chicago theater, and never re
turned. No more tango, turkey trots, bun
ny hugs and bear dances in restau
rants after tonight. City ordinance
goes into effect tomorrow.
Mrs. E. F. Wirth, 2673 Washington
blvd., and Lucile Lowrey, Chat
tanooga, arrested for doing tango on
sidewalk after coming out of Lambs'
Three men hurt when Chicago av.
car struck auto at Western av.
Unidentified man, about 50, who
was struck by street car at Clybourn
av. and Terra Cotta pi., died.
Police still insist Bernard J. Bus
sierre, who was found dead in home
of Mrs. Grace Heinly, 1527 E. 60th st.,
died of drugs.
Sec'y of War Garrison arrives to
morrow. Mayor Harrison will dis
cuss outer harbor improvement plan
Five men seriously injured in fac
tional fight between Greeks in In
Mrs. Frank Gluph, 4332 Bernard
st, suicide. Gas. Temporarily de
ranged. Husband and infant daugh
Federal officers raided basement
in South Paulina street and un
earthed a "moonshine" whiskey still.
Officers refuse to give out information.
Two sporty bandits, wearing mono
cles, held up and robbed Stanley
Gnivek and Waduslaw Narozniak,
1334 W .12th st. Got $10.
Warden' E. M. Allen, Joliet prison,.
is confident that Thomas Sharun,
counterfeiter who escaped, will be
Women's jury in Oak Park found
Andrew and Emma Orth, 423 N.
Maple av., guilty of disorderly con
duct. Orth fined $1 and costs, his
wife $5 and costs.
Joe Battiste, 9, 1719 Greenwood
terrace, probably fatally injured by
Pullerton av. car. Father witnessed
accident and tried to attack car crew.
Police still in air as to who -got
away with the $25,000 diamonds
from Peacock's. t
Mayor Harrison conferred with
Chief McWeeny, Ass't Chief Schuet
tler,' Capt. Paddy Lavin and William
Schubert relative to gambling con
ditions. John E. Trager, city controller, re
ceived check for $199,581.91 from
Chicago Telephone Co. as city's
share of profit for six months ending
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young returned
from international congress of school
hygiene and discussed the teaching
of sex purity in public schools.
Dwight B. Heard, Phoenix, Ariz.,
editor of Arizona Publican, is latest
speaker to be added to list for Pro
gressive picnic at Riverview Park.
Rowland Valkenaar, 16, son of W.
H. Valkennaar, deacon in Voliva's
church, drowned in lake off Zion City
while father looked on. Elder man
was nearly drowned trying to rescue
Dr. G. Stanley Hall, Clark Univer
sity, the gent who said school chil
dren should be whipped by teachers,
now says children's vacations are too
John Collins, who jumped into
river and then swam out again when
he decided he wouldn't commit sui-