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NEWS bF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wm. H. Harrington, heir to $50,000,
charged with desertion. Wife ill,
daughter -dying of tuberculosis.
Detective JamesJVIcGrath disturb
ed at prayers. Burglars. Fired five
shots. Men escaped.
Mrs. John Cole, 48, 128 N. Lotus
av., fell dead in street. Heart disease.
Chicago most typical American
city and center of national ideals,
says Prof. Hugo Munsterberg.
Mrs. J. F. Eastman's home, 4174
Clarendon av., entered. $1,500 jewels
Chas. E. Frankenthal's home, 5044
Drexel blvd., robbed. $1,000 stuff
Homes of A. E. Neff, 4507 Beacon,
S. Snow, 4001 Greenview; G. J. Mc
Kinley, 435 Wrightwood, and C. L.
Caswell, 5044 DrexeL robbed.
Chas. Greve, 3729 Lake Parle av.,
B. J. Strauss and Benj. Levin indicted'
in Florida for using mails to defraud.
James Barsita, 29, 5643 W. 64th pl.f
shot and killed by Wm. Fantozzi, 31.
Fantozzi objected to men using swim
ming hole on property.
Flag" called ensign of justice by
Bishop Fallows. Urges citizens to
wear colors as symbol of freedom.
J. L Schneidermann, 1223 N. Lea
vitt st., left home Friday. Clothes
found at bathing beach. Wife says
Former Vice President Stevenson
dead. Will be buried tomorrow.
Robt Moore, 316 W. 63d St., hit
by auto, dead. Driver fled.
A. Koenig, 3203 E. 92d st, and L.
Vlakos, 6668 S. Michigan av., motor
John Stanislaus, 3, 2242 W. 19th st.,
hit by auto. Slightly hurt
Seven arrested' for speeding in
S. Konkowski, 4534 S. Marshfield
av., thrown from motorcycle. Injured".
F. Gellinski, 15433 Houston av.,
struck by autp. Driver fled.
Children's Day was observed in the
Body of John Halloran.3232 S. La
Salle st, found in canal.
Miss Katherine Stinson made two
flights in biplane Sunday. '
Louis Moziar captured in South
Chicago. Wanted in Marinette, Wis.,"
for assault with intent to kill.
David Dillon, 16 months, 428 S.
Leavitt st, fell from third floor porch.
John Jordon, 9, 1472 Grace st,r
went after ball in neighbor's yard.
Dog got it first Bitten.
17 children lost and found yester
day. Rev. Aimer Pennewell wants fruit
trees in public parks. Suggests we
should pluck fruit and eat while at
rest and play.
Body of Chas. Herbrich, 40, 283
Arthington st, found in lake. '
A. Pellegrine, 2434 W. Grand av.,
killed in elevator accident at Chicago
Lime Works, 1900 W. 19th st. "
Miss Pauline Rosenstein, 1225 N.r
Claremont av., fell from car. Dead.'
J. Williams, roominghouse-keeper,
415 Cass st, tried to collect $10 rentf
with gun. Arrested.
A. Smith and M. Friedman, Toledo?
O., sought relatives at 1319 Newberry
av. Struck on head with milk bot
tles. J. Dumbar and J. Phillips ar
Benj. Hendricks, 1221 Thripp av.,
bitten by dog.
Four North Side lifeboat stations
Magdalene Tunner, 16, 1259 Mar-J
ianna st, missing. May have eloped
Mr. O. N. Carter, wife of Justicer
Edward Coffey, 3616 Flournoy st;1
suicided. Gun. 111.
Miss Bernice Wajdron, 2103 W.
Monroe st, suicided. Gas.
Three convicted for pure food vio- ,
Rose Weigler, 5, 1509 W. Ohio sta,1
died from burns received May 25. ""
E. A. Griffith, salesman, robbed1
twice in week. Postponed marriage.'