WHAT HAPPENED, IN CHICAGO
Body of woman, about 30, well
dressed, taken from river at'Madison
st In water a week.
Empire Voting Machine Co. has
sued city for "$325,000. Charges Chi
cago wit href using to pay.
Fifteen thousand tons of garbage
lies uncollected in Chicago alleys. ,
Herman Schuettler appointed act
ing chief of police.
Indian suspect in Leegson-xmurder
case arreste'd by police, of "Warren st.
station. " .
Judge Gary, the jsteef. bass, prd
tests ngainst the- various, ".attacks
against Big Business.
Safe robbers got-.$827.65 in .cash
from Nichols Coal Co.; 610 W. 64th fet.
-Burglars got $85 and two gola
watches from home elf F. Epstein,
917 S. Ashland av. .
John Marthell,v500 Welfe st, miss
ing since .Friday, wife and , two-weeks'-old
baby left destitute.
Anti-Hearst Trades Union League
meets, tonight at Ruud's Hall, Wash
tenaw and Wabansia avs. '
Burglars chloroformed Theophilus
Momjian and wife, 1531 Jackson blvd.
Got $500 inmoney and jewelry.
The Woman's Party of Cook coun
ty has taken up the fight for munici
pal ownership of all public utilities
and have sent an open letter td that
effect tou Mayor Harrison. '
Police" commandeered auto and
caught Post Delmas, 'armed bandit
who had held up Mason restaurant,
1617 Benson av., EVahstdn, and se
M. O. Flynn, 52 E. Walton pi., rob
bed of $19 by four armed men at
Dearborn" and Lake sts. f
Armed robbers forced 'John Dillon,
owner of saloon, 901 W. Harrison st,
"and porter, into icebox and got $5
from register. Overlooked $60:
Sister Mary Burns, 33, nun -and
teacher at St. Jarlath's School, in
jured when auto truck of Jos'. Brown
stein, 1804 W. Division st, ran into
curb, f ' J V , -
Thomas Kearns, 51 E. ,Ohio st,.
beaten, .unconscious and -robbed- of
$65, 'gold watch and diamond stud.
Identified Ernest Coons, 420 Ruskst
Yellow and black bathrobe found"
on lake 'shore foot" of Scott st points"
to 'suicide. Man 'wearing robe liad
been' seen walking toward lake."
Anti-Saloon League, W. C. T. U"
and the Chicago Law and Order
League plari'to make Chicago" "dry"
town at next, election.
-Sol Litt, 41, well-known theatrical
man, died today.
Pres. William H. Johnson; Inter
national Ass'n of Machinists, will ad
dress a mass meeting of machinists,
-Local 134, ,at Patternmakers' Hall,
740 W. Madison st, Sunday after
Doris-.Keane collapsed during per
formance of "Romance." . .
Merger bill ready to go' to" local
3"wo burglars, who triedto holdup'
Winifred Bentzen's millinery store, '
2658 Milwaukee av., scared away "by
four women and monkey wrench let
hands .of George Coulon, brother of
Johnny Coulon, prizefighter.
Rev. Philip Hummell, retired Meth
odist 'minister, 3362 Gracer st, killed
by street car. - .
Henry Spencer has denied his en
Ross Thompson, 28, 305 S. Ash
land av., stabbed twice. Accuses Har
ris Gault'411 S.'Marshfield av.,-of
William Quinlan, 50, 6446 Ellis av;,
.. E. S.Sweeney, 22, 11508 Michigan
av.,"found dead on railroad tracks.
Albert.Stone,-18, 731 W. 14th st.,
accused of using morphine by 'moth
er," fined"$200 and sent to Bridewell
DrI John C. Message and Dr. C T.
Leedle fined $150 each for send
ing forbidden medical information
through mail. '
Delegates to Baptists' convention
recommended teaching of sex' Tiy
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