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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Mrs. Carrie Swigert, 49, 2057 W.
Madison st, wife of Frank Swigert,
wholesale tailor, missing since Mon
day. Experts figure that average life of
airships is 18 months.
Mrs. E. Bogacz, 2610 W. 25th St.,
charged that she gave Mrs. Matthilde
Petrie, 1250 N. Dearborn st, $600 to
invest and never got it back.
Thos. Powers, 2940 Arthington st.,
wanted for murder of Edward A.
Brockman in July, arrested in Min
neapolis. Returned here.
Joseph Nader found not guilty of
wife murder by jury in Judge Mc
Henry George's 75th birthday an
niversary will be celebrated by Single
Tax Club tonight. Clarence S. Dar
row and John Z. White will speak.
Case of "Handsome Harry" Jor
dan, accused of swindling Mrs. Hat
tie Syrong out of $9,000, has gone
Grand jury is considering case of
Chas. Purthmann, former mvestiga
"or In state's attorney office, who is
i ccused selling evidence to me under
Henry L. Bailey, suspended warden
of County Hospital, was fired by
President McCormick today.
Ben Lowenhaupt, 74, merchant,
Mt. Vernon, 111., probably fatally hurt
by wagon, owned by The Fair, at
Monroe st. and Wabash av.
Mrs. Charlotte Cooke, widow of
brewery founder, will live after drink
ing bichloride of mercury by mistake.
Watson Smith, night foreman
Mandel Bros., will be held in connec
tion with $2,000 robbery there. $45
in gold found on him.
Thelma Peterson, 18, 519 Lincoln
pkwy., tried suicide by gas. Low
John Malloy, 10, 9041 Superior av.,
badly injured by motorcycle driven by
Henry Paradis, 3939 Cottage Grove.
John Frantzen, 68, .3400 Dickens
av., struck by Armitage av. car.' May
Dr. John B Murphy, homevfrom
Europe, says cure for scarlet fever
has been found.
William White, 45, 946 Orleans st,
suicide. Gas. Out of work.
Jos. Raab, 1457 Parkside av., miss
ing since Tuesday, found wandering
around Lincoln Park. Will undergo
Michael Deluso, 23, 831 Forquer st.,
arrested with May Wanrich, 18,
Logansport, Ind., held on charge of
violating Mann act.
Young Women's Suffrage Alliance
will hold harvest dance at Hull House
Saturday, Sept 27.
A. Druckmann, 35, 1731 S. State
st., stabbed by hold-up man who
Mamie Kassau, 29 1236 North
Shore av., dead. Gas. Cause un
known. Fifteen chauffeurs without state
licenses arrested in loop last night by
members of state board of examiners.
Johnny Evers' chauffeur one of 'em.
.Louise Hayes, 8, '5408 Kimbark av.,
injured by motorcycle. Two men
Frederick Coats, auto repair man,
employed by Louis F. Swift, Lake
Forest, killed when auto rim flew off
and struck him.
John Rohan, 817 Milton av., caught
riear safe in office of Lakeside Stor
age & Express Co., 871 N. State st
Two others arrested.
Health Commissioner Young says
unventilated theaters are dangerous
Three men hurt. Auto hit tree at
Fullerton Parkway and Lincoln Park
Fire, wrecked fertilizer of Inde
pendent Packing Co., 41st and Hal
sted sts. $75,000 loss.
Gov. Dunne advises enforcement
of law regulating autos.
Walter Henderson, negro, killed.
Fell four stories down elevator shaft
at 2342 Calumet av.
A. Grossfielcf, grocer, 868 Milwau-