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Jane Addams returned from East
today. Is opposed to immodest styles
in dress and Lord Northcliffe's ideas
on women's suffrage.
Mrs. Catherine Applegate, 2427
Washburne av thinks her son-in-law,
A. L. Lighty, kidnaped her
daughter, Gertrude, 14, who disap
Autos driven by Thomas Gillespie,
4312 W. Monroe St., and G. J. Mar
tell, 5458 S. Michigan av., collided.
Fishing season in Humboldt, Doug
las and Garfield Parks opened today.
W. P. McGrath, 421 Wrightwood
av., badly hurt by auto at Polk and
Clark sts. Machine never stopped.
More indictments expected from
special grand jury.
Jewish New Year opened today.
According to Jews world is 5,674
Rose Pubek, 20, 742 Keith st.,
knocked down and injured by horse
Mary Brown, 65, schoolteacher,
dropped dead while holding class at
Goudy School, Foster and Winthrop.
Nick Kerzios, 948 Polk st., killed
when his horse became frightened
and ran away, knocking him r under
Wm. Foy, 52131 Calumet av., ar
rested on charge of assault and oper
ating auto while drunk.
Four persons injured by gas explo
sion in basement of 1722 -S. Ashland.
Mrs. Ida Rowan, 32, 130 W. Huron
st, shot and wounded by Mrs. Bridget
Joyce, 306 W. Huron st. Jealousy
over Mr. Joyce.
August G. Beske sued for divorce
because his wife spent'iis $9,000
Frank Topolizs, 3, 9622 Baltimore
av, scalded by boiling coffee, is dead.
Arthur Connolly, lockup keeper at
Desplaines St., quit after 34 years on
Wm. Wrigley, Jr., gave $100,000 to
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Three small children of E. J. Lit
tle, 2808 W. 36th St., overcome by
Two porch climbers got $1,000
worth of jewels from home of Sam
uel Dauchy, 525 Hawthorne pi.
Martin Stewart, 17, shot dead and
Mvee Hughes, 16, probably fatally
wounded when they tried to break
into A. Mortimer's home, 4843 S.
State st. Both negroes.
Twenty-five men arrested in gam
bling raid at 1330 W. Madisn st.
West Side police searching for
three missing persons.
Mrs. Mary Haggerty, 37, 726 Oak
wood blvd., found dead in "gas-filled
Joseph Martin, 10, 108 W. 25th pi.,
had leg broken by auto driven by W.
H. Kreeb, 1111 W. 34th pi.
Chas. Thompson, 2314 Walnut st.,
fell from second-story window. Un
dertaker. Seven workmen on bridge over
north branch of Chicago river
stunned when lightning struck
Municipal judges met yesterday
and attacked Judge Mahoney's "Sun
day court" idea.
Prof. Zueblin says an amalgamated
race is America's only hope.
Freshmen co-eds at University of
Chicago will be furnished with chap
erons. ' '
Bartzen-Ragen faction of county
board will demand resignation of
Robert Catherwood, president of
county civil service commission.
Scrapping over some of Cather
wopd's recent rulings.
"Free beer" sign in Gary, Ind.,
broke up Citizens' party parade.
Women voters of Waukegan put
kibosh on Chicago & Milwaukee Elec
tric Railroad's ambition tp get 30
Harold Buzzell, 6136 Ellis av., fined
$10 and costs for speeding.
Florence Schondeck, 27, 4037 N.
Paulina St., Dr. R. F. Landen, 2245'
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