Mrs. Emil Hoechster, 70, 8 E. Dela
ware pi., blind and hysterical, evicted.
Cared for by police.
Philip O'Rourker-escaped "honor"
convict, voluntarily returned to Joliet.
Would serve six-year term to Save
guards from censure.
Receiver to be asked for Michael
Potocki's private bank. Banker still
Policeman Andrew Garfley died
from injuries after -fight at William
Blazek's saloon, 2581 Lincoln av.
Laboratories for state-wide tests of
blood diseases go into effect today.
Will be under state board of health.
Harry Lund, 24, 1174 Ainslee St.,
drowned trying to save brother. Ar
thur, 18, rescued.
Body of boy, 14, found in drainage
Six motorcyclists, three men and
three women, held for disorderly con
duct Claimed girls bought beer at
Sweeney's saloon, 237 S. Racine st.
Several buildings" struck by light
ning last night. Phone service im
paired. "Black Hand" wants $5,0000 from
Columbus Extension Hospital. It
threatens to dynamite place. Police
Actions- of trustees of St. Mark's
Evangelical Lutheran Church to be
probed. Must explain $6,000 notes.
Frank Wendel, 105 W. Harrison St.,
dead. Heart disease.
Herbert D. White, wanted for for
gery, arrested in N. Y.
John Fisher, 65, 464 W. Huron St.,
dead. Heart disease.
Hugo Carlsted, 4309 N. Albany av.,
fell in front of "L" train. Pushed
ten feet. Badly bruised.
Ruben Rosenberg, 1305 N. West
ern av., struck by iron shutter. Dead.
Frank Schimack, 4141 Wentworth
av., stabbed. May die. Three men
Abraham Liebovitz, motorcyclist,
collided wit hauto. Leg fractured.
John Griffen, Blue Island, died
1 from injuries received1 at Rock Island
Joseph Sjikunibs Skolimonski, 843
N. Marshfield av., fatally shot by Jehn
Maskel. Maskel escaped.
Charles Lamon, 2613 Princeton av.,j
andCharles Lawson, 5509 Greenwood, J
robbed by negroes.
Elmer Harrison, 618 S. Paulina st..
tried to light arc light. Fell. Skullj
frattured. May die. "
Padded-brick men wrecked $200,
window of Joseph Pulaski's store, 815
N. Ashland av. Forty-eight dollars'
"Worth of shoes, gone.
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THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Niagara Falls, Ont., June 1.
Whether mediation proceedings are!
to continue with only the envoys of
the U. S. and Huerta government be
ing heard, whether the constitution
alists may be admitted, or whether
negotiations may be further held up
by continued discussion on the sub
ject of rebel representation was ex
pected to be determined today.
Since Friday all progress has been
blocked. Under present conditions
the A. B. C. mediators believe nego
tiations should be continued with
only the American and Huerta repre
sentatives participating. President
Wilson and Secretary Bryan do not
believe an agreemeen carrying all as
surances of peace can be reached
without the concurrence of Gen. Car
ranza. o o
Michigan av. is at last denuded of
the ugly, stationary canopies that
swung from so many buildings. The
last one to go was that which glared
over Orchestra Hall. For a long time
it hung there in silent defiance of the
city ordinance that prohibted the
canopies. But it has gone.
Detroit club women are asking the
city to appoint ten of their members
as extra sanitary inspectors to teach
housewives as to the health of clea-
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