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ly injured by street car at State and
Josephine Lacrossippo, 17, 1128
Milton av., has to go around under
police protection to guard her from
Dio Moreno, who killed his cousin,
Anthony Pucci, and wounded an
other cousin, David Cozzi, Aug. 7,
held to grand jury. All lived at 1106
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young expects
310,000 children to enroll in schools
Warren Rolston, confessed auto
thief, held to grand jury.
Mrs. John Richert, 3658 Elston av:,
bound and gagged by two men who
followed her in flat and grabbed her
pocketbook containing $6.
City Electrician Ray Palmer wants
from $300,000 to $500,000 for new
S. Hauser, switchman, St. Paul
road, killed b ytrain at Mannheim.
Police looking for Albert Cacibbo,
barber, wanted for alleged serious of
fence against Ada Manotta, 8, 1911
S. Wabash av.
W. S. Forrest, attorney for The
Tribune and arson trust, criticized
Hoyne's aids as being "green."
Mrs. C. H. Schprn, 702 S. State
St., came home and saw burglar In
flat. She pounced on him. He fled.
Caught after chase Gave name of
Aid. John Helwig and Andrew Rin
der painfully hurt when they were
thrown from auto near Beloit, Wis.
This is the day of the big Progres
sive party picnic at Riverview Park.
Harry Tessmer arrested for kissing
Pearl Newcomb, 9, freed when girl's
father, Rev. P. J. Newcomb, 5818 W.
Ontario St., wrote letter to Judge
Dolan asking for leniency.
Mrs. Sarah Harahan, 36, widow,
349 N. Pine av., Austin, found dead
in gas-filled room.
New municipal bathing beach, for
men only, opened at foot of Ohio st.
this morning. ,
NO DAY BOOK MONDAY
MONDAY WILL BE LABOR DAY.
THERE WILL BE NO ISSUE OF
THE DAY BOOK ON THAT DAY.
IT WILL COME TO BAT ON TUES
DAY AS USUAL. EVERYBODY
CONNECTED WITH THE DAY
BOOK WILL HAVE A TWO DAYS
REST, AND WE HOPE THEY HAVE
A GOOD TIME.
THE BIG RACE
Elgin, III., Aug. 30. Joe Dawson,
Ralph DePalma and Eddie Grant are
favorites picked as probable winners
in the 301-mile race for the Elgin
DePalma, winner of yesterday's
race, and Dawson, who. finished sec
ond, complained that the rough
course made the long grind a torture,
and asserted that with the track cut
into ruts with yesterday's race it
would be folly to predict that the big-,
ger cars entered today would make
HOW THEY BAT
Sox Lord, .267; Bodie, .264; Wea
ver, .249; Collins, .248; Chase, .245;
Schalk, .224; Chappell, .218; Benz,
.205; Berger, .183; Russell, .169;
Kuhn, .159; Cicotte, .158; Scott, .075;
Cubs Zimmerman, .321 ; Leach,
.305; Saier, .294; Schulte, .279; Evers,
.278; Bridwell, .264; Phelan, .261;
Archer, .253; Humphries, .240; Bres
nahan, .223 ; Williams, .221; Corriden,
.219; Cheney, .213; Good, .153; Lav
Ty Cobb, with a batting average of
.393, has finally passed Joe Jackson,
who is hitting .391.
In the National League Uaubert,
Brooklyn, is leading with .371. Mc
Donald, the young Boston player, has
Band concert Grant Park tonight:
Lincoln Park tomorrow afternoon.