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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Mrs. Joseph S. Loftis secured di
vorce from wealthy diamond mer
chant. Former Aid. Wm. T. Maypole hurt.
Street car hit buggy.
Frank Kalen, 22, 5010 S. Western
av., fined $31. Flirted. Lillian Cal
houn, 3519 Honore St., complained.
Former Chief McWeeny accepted
job with Southern Steel Co., Mobile,
Citizens' Ass'n to contribute $2,500
to Butts legislative committee which
is investigating voting machine deal.
Lawndale Ladies' Aid Society to
give annual charity ball at Hotel
LaSalle Nov. 26.
Henry Burns, 38, shot and killed by
Karl Mesiter, 20, 1368 Hudson av.,
after he had insulted hitter's sister-in-law,
Mrs. Minnie Mesiter. Eliza
beth Franke, 14, shot in leg during
Jno. Morrison, 48, Chicago Heights,
pneumonia sufferer, died on street
car. Was on way to hospital.
Lifesaving crew failed to find two
men in boat who were reported in
distress in lake off north end of Lin
J. W. Snyder's $581,467 to build
Oak Forest tuberculosis hospital ac
cepted by County Board.
National Council of Industrial Saf
ety to hold convention here next year.
United Societies claim Gertrude
Howe Britton is trying to force blue
laws in Chicago.
City will sell remaining municipal
bonds on installment plan. $10 down
and balance within 60 days.
Peter Sorenson, 2740 N. California
av., bystander, probably fatally in
jured when, car company's "white
ghost" auto collided with street car.
Dr. H. W. Abelmann, Evangelical
Hospital, claims to have discovered
way to make blood transfusion pain
less. Dr. Emanuel Kargua, dentist, 901
W. JL2th str took bichloride pf mer
cury by jnistake May die, a ,
Mayor signed street car unification
ordinance. Goes into effect Feb. 1.
Fred Ward Baguley, sought for
shooting of Chas. Cameron, Painters'
District Council, found dead at hia
home, 5238 Calumet av.
Judge Dolan fined Edw. Curtz, La
fayette Hotel, $50 and costs for flirt
ing with Mrs. Lind Miller, 1532 Ogden
av., at nickel show.
Milk Wagon Drivers' Union, Local
753, will give 11th annual ball at
Dreamland, 1701 W. VanBuren st.,
C. E. Leonard beaten and robbed of
$8 and diamond ring worth $200 by
man with hammer.
Albert Lebarge, Chicago Junction
railroad conductor, robbed of money
changer containing $10 while train
was passing through tunnel.
County Judge Owens may give wo
men chance to serve as judges and
Mrs. Wm. Cleveland Moulton, wife
of president of Hasselgreen Studios,
granted divorce. Blamed high life.
Fire of mysterious origin caused
$1,500 damage to Bonnett & Slauff's"
wood factory, 619-21 W. Adams st.
Mabel Trifti, waitress, in good
health, held under police guard. Be
lieved to be distributor of typhoid
Chicago Bar Ass'n has taken sides
with-Tvomen stenographers in Pro
Sam Lee, owner of laundry 22 Lake
st, Oak Park, hoisted Chinese flag
above building and nearly started
Police searching for Paul Erving
ham, 28, advertising agent Republic
bldg., who has disappeared.
James Charlton, 81, 453-Belmont
av., well-known railroad man, dead.
"Have you any lobsters?" "Yes,
ma'am; here's a fresh lot" "Haven't
you any that are riper? Those look
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