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vat at Tosetti Brewery; 4Gt"ji.:-I I2t
ler sts., exploded.
George Kelley, year-old baby, 3114
Mosspratt st fell 20 feet from crib
placed qn back porch. Dead.
Jim Forgan, president of First Na
tional Bank, left for Washington to
join other bankers in fight against
administration currency bill.
Yesterday was quietest Labor Day
in history of Chicago. No parade.
No big league ball games. Merely
Two robbers held up Marie Tudor,
-cashier in restaurant at 3404 N. Clark
St., got $16 and were getting away
when two customers jumped on
them, beat them, took money away
and allowed them to go.
Samuel De Gradzia, saloonkeeper,'
2239 Princeton av., robbed of $243 by
two men who locked him in icebox.
"Mad dog caused panic at 75th st.
and S. Chicago av. Killed by police
man. Nobody bitten.
Robbers entered Silver Moon res
' taurant, 748 N. Clark St., which was
robbed last week, but were chased
Man and three boys injured when
Western" av. car collided with their
wagon at 21st st.
John Crowley, 5511 Wayne av.,
held up and robbed of $14 by three
men at Ohio and Clark sts.
Harriet and Mabel Reidy, 7413 Pe-.
oria st, hit by auto driven by Jos.
Banyo, Steger, HI., at 40th and Hal
sted sts. . Banyo chased by mob.
M. C. Deevey, 774 W. Congress st.,
held up and robbed of $3 bytwo men
at Halsted and Pearce sts.
Herbert Ellingham, 7740 Lowe av.,
and Wm. Caughey, 5741 Shields av.,
injured when motorcycle was struck
by auto driven by S. Schaeffer, 7203
S. May st. at 25th st. and Michigan.
Joseph Skubak, 428 W. Huron st.,
badly beaten and robbed by three
men at Desplaines st. and Boston av.
Boy believed to be John Burte, 15,
2206 N. Ashland av., found uncon
scious in vacant lot at Monroe and ;
Teorla sts: -County "Hospital. Police,
Amanda Smith s Industrial School
for Dependent Colored Girls opened,
at North Harvey, 111.
Gordon Adams, 1660 W. Congress
st, robbed of watch, stickpin and $40
by three men at Congress st. and
Earl L. Bider, 2156 N. Keeler av.,
died from injuries received when sec-'
tion of iron fence around Wm. Penn
Nixon School fell and struck' him
Mrs. Julia LaForce, 28, 3221 'Wa
bash av., arrested with Ollie Scott, 24,
her star boarder, in connection with
murder of her husband, Samuel La-
Force, Aug. 24. All negroes.
Mrs. Katherine Noger,968 W. Chii
cago av., badly burned. Clothing
'caught fire when she dropped match.'
, Mrs. E. R. Cook, Zion City, put
head out of window of C. & N. W.
train. Hit by stone. Badly hurt.
Harold Henbee, 3, 1346 Congress
st., toddled from his cradle out into,
the street yesterday and hasn't re
turned. Policeman Ed McAvoy had eating
contest with J. H. Ireland, owner of
fish store, 632 N. Clark st. and won
by getting away with 72 clams, dozen
raw oysters and oyster stew. i
W. Chicago av. station police had
hard time with gangs along Milwau
kee av.' who insisted on breaking
Catholic clergymen are endorsing
sisters in charge of St. Mary-of-the-Woods
Academy for their stand in
asking alumnae members not to wear
slit skirts and low-cut gowns at
Davenport, la. Miss eVrna Ware
ham dead, two companions seriously
injured in auto accident.
Portland, Me. Thomas A. Edison
is ill at Lafayette Hotel.
Willie Pa, what is discretion ?
Pa Using a telephone when you'calO
a man nasty names, my son.