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CHICAGO BRIEFS .
Geraldine Miller, 3, 4207 Langley
av., played with matches. Dead.
' Three'girls, who had escaped from
Geneva State Home, found living in
cave near Geneva with three young
Nine o'clock curfew enforced in Zion
W.H. Mullen, ironworker, 4132
Calumet av., fell 50 feet. Dead.
'McWeeny shifted eight sergeants.
-rive, men arrested as gamblers in
cigar store 68 W. Chicago av.
N Anna May Mansdn, Wheaton,
noted golfer, fined $10 for auto speed
Thelma Hubbard, 22, artist's
model, found dead in room 2955 In-'
diana av. Tablets found on dresser.
., Delia Westburg; 19..336 E. Oak st.,
missing since Thursday. -
Ernest Borelli, 31, 117 N. 5th av.,
fined $100 for flirting. Arrested by
Policewoman Alice Clement.
August C. Framm sued for divorce
because' wife is in habit of beatng
W. R. John, West Liberty, la., told
police he lost'$$0. "Gave it to man to
pay express bill. T
Special grand jury will start work
again Monday or Tuesday.
5 Phip Mftia, 31, tried to save broth
er, Henry, 12, from crowd of boys.
Struck, by brick. Skull fractured:
Anthony Basto, 23, 1710 N. Win
chester av., stahbed by crowd of
toughs who had insulted his wife.
State's Attorney Hoyne will take
ouster proceedings against President
McCormick, county , board, to Su
Ellsworth J. Overshiner, former
head of Swedish-American Telephone
Co., whoTecently figured in divorce
court, may wed "Marie "Burch, 17, 612
'Barry av. ;
Women in 5th SuprerWe Court dis
trict will have aC change to vote at
primary'-for judge today.
Detectives Carney and Murphy
saved 165'people from possible death
in fire at Hotel Svea, 340 W. Chi
Louis Furst, ironworker, 1850 Mo
hawk St.; fell six stoiies to death at
S. Oppenheimer'& Co., 2700 S. Wa
Bandit got $35' from Elizabeth
Prellch, IX, cashier Bankes' Tea
Store, 1510 W. Madison st Later
Mrs. .Frank Arzsyski, 13312 Su
perior av., Hegewisch.'gave birth to
baby boy on Hammond street car.
John F. O'Connor, 54, 7559 Luella
av7 engineer Bowen High School, ar
rested for alleged serious offense
against 14-year-old 'girl.
James Cowam knocked down- by
Halsted st. car at Adams st while
Noah J. Hennings, justice of peace,
Norwood Park, 111., held to grand jury
by Judge Ovens on charge of ac
Capt. Baer refused to let Mrs. Alice
Sing,' widow of Charles Sing, mur
dered Chinaman, attend husband's
GAYNOR'S BODY-HOME FRIDAY
Liverpool, Sept. 13. After being
accorded the most signal honors ever
shown a foreigner in this port, the
body of the late Mayor William J.
Gaynor of New York, who died at
sea, rested today in a specially con
structed mortuary chapel on the
Cunarder Lusitania. The. steamer is
expected to arrive in.New York next
BANDITS USE.TWAJN CAVE
Hannibal, Mo., Sept. 13. In the
cave made'famous by Mark Twain as
the headquarters of Tom Sawyer and
Huckleberry Finn, five boys, ring
leaders of a. gang, the oldest 19, have
been concealing loot stolen, during
the past three years,, amounting to
$4,000'. Most of the plunder has been
recovered and the-boys are under ar
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