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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
J.'H.'Sullivan, 836 N. Dearborn av.,
saved himself from two hold-up men
by drawing revolver and firing. They
Louis Overzite, 7355 Sangamon st.,
robbed of $3 by armed footpad.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young-says teacher-mothers
are not barred in Chicago
Arthur E. Stephans, 225 E. Huron
St., killed by fall downstairs. At first
Man thought to be Curtis M. Treat
of Ass'n af Commerce arrested on
flirting charge. -
Harry Schwelthier, 3134 Logan
blvd., beaten and robbed of $13 and
diamond pin by three men at Logan
blvd. and Milwaukee av.
Fifty employes, most ygirls, fled in
panic when naptha exploded in City
Dye Works, 3012 W. Lake st. Heavy
Fifteenth Ward Democratic Wo
men's Club will meet at home of Mrs.
Jos. Strauss, 1428 N. Robey st, to
night. H. W. Fisher, 50, Cameron, Mo.,
died at Great Northern Hotel from
injuries received when he was struck
by auto at Jackson blvd. and Dear
born st. Police looking for autoist.
"Count" Brunsvik de Corampa will
be tried for violating white slave law
in bringing Autumn Stonebreaker,
15, from Crawfordsville Ind., to Chi
cago and making her earn money
Julius Christensen, 1792 Lake st.,
hurt when motorcycle skidded. "
Attorneys for both sides in Funk
Henning case clashed in court today.
Corporation Counsel Sexton let an
other day pass without starting
action against Empire Voting Ma--chine
Co., as ordered by council.
Judge Uhlir, Court of Domestic Re
lations, married six couples today.
It is estimated that there are now
10,000 tons of garbage lying in Chi
cago alleys. -
Lillian Holmes, 4300 Ellis av., fined
$5 for signing for special delivery let
ter in wrong place.
Mrs, Jennie Todd, 62, 2529 W. Har
rison st, badly hurt by street car.
Woman, with baby in arms, fainted
from starvation in Chicago av. police
William Rufus Edwards, St. Paul
millionaire, indicted on Mann act
surrendered and was released on $5,
Dr. T. T. Oleson, physical exam
iner for civil service commission, bar
red his brother, Jerome, from getting
job as deputy smoke inspector by
saying his eyes were bad.
Jt J. Donley, 56, 151 N. Hermitage
av., hurt by auto owned and driven
by Mrs. S, Lappell, 4405 Prairie av.
Fred Howitt, 1438 Balmoral av.,
injured by fajl from moving street
,Chas. Hughes, 3319 N. Marshfield
av., held to grand jury on charge of
mistreating Margaret Schmidt, 4,
3247 N. Ashland av. $10,000 bonds.
Lawrence Ritt, 6, 1310 Cleveland
av., probably fatally injured by auto
driven by F. R. Baker, 118 Bosworth.
Two-year-old son of Alvin Wilson,
3458 Neenah av., smothered to death
while sleeping face down.
Mrs. Elizabeth O'Hara, 60, 3707 S.
Halsted st, probably fatally injured
by auto owned by Michigan Tailors
and Dyers, 3511 S. Halsted st.
Mayor Harrison has been invited
to speak at formal opening of Los
pna Vangeeson, Crown Point, sui
cide. Laid his head on track near
Hammond in front of Erie train.
Robert S. Tulin, 22, 2232 Sedgwick
st, knocked from motorcycle by U.
S. mail wagon.
Five women and one man who par
ticipated in railriding of Mrs. John
Richardson at Volo, HI., indicted by
Lake tJounty grand jury.
Elizabeth Crimme, former county
nurse, who was fired by county civil
service commission for going to dy-