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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
J. Ham Lewis assured Harry M.
Pmdell, Peoria, that he will be am
bassador to Russia.
Stanley Marzinski, 2111 W. 21st
pi., shot and wounded by policemen
while running across Wells st. bridge.
'Officers thought he was hold-up man.
Representatives of 40,000 engi
neers and firemen are here framing
demands to be presented to railroad
Bion J. Arnold's subway plans are
Janitors' strike at apartment build
ing, 644-46 Barry av., still in progress.
James F. Maloney, 65, found dead
in gas-filled room at 520 S. Sanga
Archibald Fitzgerald, fugitive, who
is under indictment for mistreating
woman, caught today.
Mrs. Edgar Allen Smith, Seventh
Ward branch Equal Suffrage Ass'n.,
unanimously chosen delegate to state
convention at Peoria Nov. 6-7-8, 1913.
Edward J. Ader, Chicago, attorney,
disbarred for malpractice.
Michael Albanase, 354 N. State-st.,
badly hurt when he fell or was kicked
from Clark st car after fight with
James F. Thomas, 27, arrested
here. Wanted in Vancouver on
charge of embezzling $1,600.
Forty students hazed at Lake
Forest University. Faculty to inves
tigate. John McWeeny, former qhief of po
lice, said to be planning to resume old
position of captain.
Major Funkhouser says tango part
ners must dance half footapart.
Minnie Laski, 20, 1808 W. Taylor
St., seriously injured by A: Sitron &
Co. auto truck.
Katheriner Holtz, 2005 N. Ashland
av., robbed of purse containing $24
on Wilson av. express train.
Fire destroyed hay barn owned by
Consumers' Company at B. 121st st.
and Wolf Lake. 150 tons of hay
burned. $8,000 loss.
Andrew Peterson, 45 N. Peoria st.,
robbed of $31 pay check by three
Rep. Michael L. Igoe, Dunne fol
lower, appointed assistant TJ. S. dis
trict attorney. -
October grand Jury expected to rec
ommend new state law obliging all
physicians to report abortion cases.
Dr. Oscar Helbig, 64, 759 Milwau
kee av., fined $100 and costs on com
plaint of Mrs. Nora Gill.
Body of Peter Devrees, 300 E. 103d
st, badly mangled, found on Illinois
Central track at Kensington.
Mrs. Gertrude Hunt, Hammond,
Ind., granted divorce because hus
band wouldn't take a bath.
Nels Jensen jumped from window
at 67th and Wood sts. with alarm
clock in hand. Arrested.
Chas. Paschel, 1629 Belmont av.,
fired shot at wife, missing, and then
slightly wounded himself. Jail.
Women's City Club will investigate
badly ventilated theaters.
Badly crushed body of Karl
Resoske, Wheaton farmhand, found
under porch of new house in Geneva.
Believed to have been killed by auto
and then dragged from sight.
John M. Ewen wants immediate
improvement of lake front.
Father O'Callaghan, Paulist order,
says tango .must be stopped at all
Dr. Anna Dwyer denounced teach
ing of sex hygiene in public high
Dr. Emil G. Hirsch says world
needs, more college-bred men.
Veteran policemen want Haymar
ket riot monument removed to Gar
Countess Adelaide de Rogal Allen
has sued her husband for temporary
alimony and solicitor's fees;
Chicago women have completed
preparations for coming of Mrs.
Man thought to be Henry R. Mor
ris rescued by Frank Roland, fisher-
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