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WHAT HAPPENED. IN CHICAGO
Fire routed score at 2748 Wilcox
av. Michael Shaughnessy carried
children from flames.
State rivers ancHake commission
taking steps to prevent contamina
tion of Rock river by sewer exten
sion. Sanitary survey of district
v F. 0. Moline, 26, 818 N. Dearborn
St., and Peter McFadden, 25, 826
Wells St., captured after pistol bat
tle. Held as suspects.
Miss Emelia Wheeler, heiress,
missing. Made three efforts to elope
with Capt. Charles Glenn Collins.
President Wilson has been asked
to extend leave of absence to exceed
150-day limit for Miss A. M. Dutton,
905 Fullerton av. Woman has been
postal employe for 15 years; unable
to recover from illness before time
Chicago friends to aid Anton B.
Trentman, wealthy local brewer, who
is held for murder of Fort Wayne
Mrs. Helga Lindsrom, 3143 Semin
ary av., held to grand jury for murder
of daughters, Mabel, 4, and Linda, 2.
Woman admitted turning on gas.
Five hundred white women fre
quent Chinatown, according to China
Bell, 20, white habitue of district.
Woman sent to Bridewell by Judge
Not enough poison in candy said
to have been sent to Mrs. Pearl Bell
to Mrs. Pearl Bell to cause death or
1,056 names stricken from lists by
Semi-conscious, clothing partly
burned off by carbolic acid, Miss Mar
garet Kell, manicurist, found on side
walk on North Franklin st.
Edward Felt, 27, 1716 W. 14th st,
shot in abdomen by Edward Inskip,
2001 Hastings st.
Ousted school trustees plan dam
age suit Conspiracy maybe charged.
v Henry Carlson, 70, 2815 23d st.,
New regulations to go into effect
in Superior and Circuit Courts Will
speed procedure and increase effi
ciency. A mass meeting for Joseph Higgins
Smith, Democratic candidate for al
derman of 14th Ward, will be held at
Latona Hall, Grand av., tonight.
Miles Seldon Macon, lawyer, held
for grand jury. Alleged to have
swindled Miss Margaret B. Boggess
out of $700.
No more midnight lunches for co
eds at Northwestern University.
Chafing dishes and flashlights
Aid. Hugo L. Pitte claims to hay.e
been shot at by two men. Blames
politics for attempt. Police search
ing for alleged assailants.
Miss Harriet E. Vittum favors free
immigration. Urges election as
Political -Equality League wants
$67,000 world's fair fund spent on
Thirty students dismissed at Uni
versity of Chicago. Poor scholar
ship and dishonesty at exams,
Nicholas P. Moses, 54 W. Division
"St., bankrupt. Liabilities $110,000.
Joseph Pabalsky, 682 Fay st, cut
throat to frighten wife. Claims he is
"henpecked." Wife wouldn't let him
leave house alone at night.
Four women and one man appeal
ed for divorce yesterday. One claims
hubby beat her with garden hose.
Curley Atcherson, negro, wanted in
Athens, Ga., for operating illicit still,
opposed to extradition. Afraid they
will lynch him in Georgia.
Body of one victim of lake crib
drowning reported seen in lake. Fire
Edward O'Donnell exonerated by.
coroner's jury. Verdict in Eeter De
Rock slaying justifiable homicide.
-Arthur Poltrock, 13, 251ZN. Ridge
way av., dozed off in sehool. Dream
ed of Indian battle. Stabbed Charles
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