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William E. Moqre, managing edi
tor of the Inter-Ocean, is in Mercy
Hospital, badly beaten after an ar
gument on a South Side street car
with Lester Strauss, 4512 Drexel
blvd., who says he is a publisher.
John Dunsworth of Record-Herald,
who was with Moore, claims fight
started because Moore didn't move
out of way fast enough to please
Mrs, E. M. Semmelmeyer, one of
the owners, and E. W. Kuebl, man
ager of Jackson & Semmelmeyer's
art store, were arrested today.for al
lowing "September" to "Morn" in
their window. Out on bonds.
Mayor Harrison and Comptroller
John E. Traeger filed writ of man
damus to compel City Treasurer
Flynn to draw $25,000, city money,
from Lawndale State Bank and place
it in Hyde Park State Bank.
Thesophical Society will hold its
37th annual convention tomorrow.
They're quarreling over who's the
Henry C. Geeting, 69, 6094 Avon
dale av., Norwood Park, struck and
killed by Chicago & Northwestern
Paul J. Ingraham, 20, 33 E. "Oak
St., an invalid, claims he was thrown
from speeding street car by conduc
tor at Sedgwick and Blackhawk sts.
Helen Wotjak, 6, 1246 W. Erie st.,
fell from second-story window. Skull
fractured. May die.
M. Dull, 2749 Washington blvd.,
had battle with young robber who
leaped aboard his auto at Clark and
Wilson avs. Finally beat him off.
Thieves got $3,500 worth of jew
elry from store of Chas. Davis, 16-18
N. Halsted st. Believed to have used
John A. Dahrep, 3128 Indiana
ay., disappeared Monday, leaving be
hind his bride of two months.
James Verostek, 1 1702 Burling
ton st., . seriously injured by auto
truck owned by International Motor
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Co. and driven by Ernest Kropp, 1822
N. Francisco av.
Mary Newinski, 26, fined $50 and
costs for hitting street car conductor
with pair of corsets.
Lee Munson, 18, 721 E. 40th st.,
died while bathing in Lake Michigan.,
Phil J. Rupp, former freight agent
of Rock Island Railroad, arrested on
charge of issuing fraudulent checks.
Autumn flower carnival of Eastern
Star delayed because husbands of
members object to it.
Fox Lake will not stand for any
more "affectionate" dancing.
Gov. Dunne will name members of
public utilities commission next
Harold Hendee, 3, 1346 Congress
st., who caused a scare by disappear
ing', found in children's ward of
Oscar Hagerman, 11215 Michigan
av., fined $200 and cbsts for dress
ing in woman's clothes.
Helen Grevilkowski, 3, 2424 Bur
ling st., badly hurt when struck by
N. Halsted st. car.
John Robinson, 40, 2020 S. Dear
born St., fell 165 feet from smoke
stack at Armour & Co.'s glue factory.
Chief De Woody, Dept of Justice,
U. S., says he is about to present evi
dence against white slave trust to
federal grand jury.
Young riot started in Wendell
Phillips High School when some hu
morist brought in Llmburger cheese.
Ammonia pipe burst in George
Middledorf's butter and egg place, 73
S. Water st. Several people near
Frarices Blankinship, 17, who lived '
with her BiBter, Mrs. D. B. Gillespie,
6558 Union av., disappeared Monday.
Chicago Association of Commerce
has lined up with Coroner Hoffman
in his fight against reckless autoists.
Jessie Ackerman, globetrotting
girl who has spent last 20 years in