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C. Wffidnsr -druggist, 127. W-
av.t May 29.
Samuel Hirshberg, 12, 1020 Belk
nap St., killed by flying baseball bat.
Police ambulance and. auto collid
ed. No one hurt
Body of unidentified man taken
from south branch river.
Ralph Turtle, chauffeur, arrested.
Speeding. Machine hit by street' car
on way to station. Released on bonds.
Samuel Romano, 542 W. Elm" St.,
hit by work car. Severely injured.
Jose'ph Scawal, 916 N, Lincoln st.,
stabbed. Police seeking Josejh Miller,
1105 N. Crawford av.
Fifteen families routed by fire at 19'
W. 60th st.
Ordinance requiring police permit
-to purchase guns went into effect to
Mrs. Esther Schaffer, 8855 Esca-
naba av., injured when panic-stricken
passengenrtrled to- leave burning
Cottage Grove av. car.
Missing Hazel Dille, 19, 2001 Mich
igan av., found at Broadway and "Wil
Two ordinances for. Northwest
boulevard link come up tonight
Joseph Houska hit on head with
gas pipe. Dead. . .
F. Klesta, 3053 Monticello av., shot-
by Policeman Volquartz. wasat-.
tempting to stab saloonkeeper. May
John B.erggerson, 2424 Culiom av.,
found dead in bed.
Church must correct social evils if
nis to succeed in saving world, says
M. J. Major.
Catholic Total Abstinence. Union
would" unscreen barrooms, remove
"ladies entrance" signs and restrict
" Frank. R. Donahue's home, 1315.
Lake, st, entered. $150 diamond ring
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Anthony, 4940
Kimbark av., injured in aut ocrash at
Valparaiso. Ind. .
Trial of Anthony Petras for murder
of Theresa HpHander, Aurora, 'begins
North-l-- Eleven taken-in two raid3 by vice
Fence at exclusive Chicago Beach
Hotel torn down by police. Place is
thrown open to public. Manager of
hotel changed ten cents for bathing.
WIFE OF MINISTER FROM SIAM
GOES TO SUMMER RESIDENCE
Lady Prabha-Karavongse, wife of
the new Siamese minister to Wash
ington, is one of the women of the
foreign, diplomatic .corps, who is
spending her summer months in New
England. The holiday headquarters
of the 'family is at Bass Rocks', New
Hampshire, where it will stay till
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