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av. Struck on head with milk bot
tles. J. Dumbar'and J. Phillips ar
rested. ' J. Williams, roominghouse-keeper,
415 Cass st, tried to collect $10 rent
with gun. 'Arrested. ' '
Benj. Hendricks, 1221 Thripp av.,
bitten by dog.
Four North Side lifeboat stations
. Magdalene Tunner, 16, 1259 Mar
ianna st missing. May have eloped.
Mr. O. Td. Carter, wife of Justice
Edward Coffey, 3616 Flournoy st.,
suicided. Gun. Dl.
Miss Bernice Waldron, 2103 W.
Monroe st, suicided. Gas.
Three convicted for pure food vio
lations. , '
- Rose Weigler, 5, 1509 W. Ohio st,
died from burns received May 25.
Felix 'Lulieous, 108 W. Madison st.
hung self in Desplaines street station
cell. , Cut down in time.
Dearborn Hotel, N. Dearborn and
W. Chicago av.rraided. Gambling. 8
Union League, Hamilton Univer:
sity and Press Clubs called mori
dangerous than saloons by Dr. Boyn
.Six arrested on vacant lot Dice
- James Percy, Jr., 3336 Flournoy st.,
impersonated officer. Demanded
names of witnesses at coming trial.
A. King, 3338 Adams. st, charged
with assault. Threatened, to throw
Leroy Thomas, conductor, off Lake
Kathryn Weber, 15, 1406 Central
st, found negro burglar in home. Got
gun. Robber fled.
'M. Dill, 2039 W. Madison st, rob
H. P. Marges, 1159 BehnOnt av.,
Harry Martin Scherpinghim, 2243
Walnut st, drowned at Pistakee
, E-. A. Griffith, salesman, robbed
twicein week. Postponed marriage.
Wants to learn to care- for money
first ' :" l
Rispen's grocery, 1658'Hastings st,
robbed by two men.
B. Morris', 3325 Indiana av., robbed.
$30. - "
Three disorderly houses raided. 23
Bonus for night work in postal ser
vice recommended by Senator Lewis.
Mrs. Alphonse Genin, 73, 958 Mon
tana st, missing.
Citizen's Ass'n demands III. Train
ing School for Nurses be paid.
96 extra employes; Board of As
sessors, dismissed. No funds.
MAY END KNAB STRIKE '
George Knab, owner of -the Knab
restaurants, and Walter J. Powers of
the Powers' restaurants will meet of
ficers tf the waitresses' and cooks'
unions this afternoon. There is a
chance for an agreement A confer
ence was held Saturday at .which
Knab is said to have spoken favorably
of a preferential shop agreement
Knab admitted the picketing Is
hurting his business.
W T ooiW
"That fellow used to be a star
pitcner for the Athletics."
"What is he now?"
"Now he's nothing an ambassa-dor-or
something." ' "'
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