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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
100 Chicago "ad" men at Toronto
Henry Paschen, 1226 N. Maple
wood av., robbed $40. Wounded in
arm. Enpty gun found.
121 indictments returned against
John R Hartenblower, president of
defunct Tonica Exchange Bank, by
Ottawa, HI., grand jury.
Lillian Stalmehowska, 5, 1827 S.
Ashland st, hit by motorcycle.
Edw. Inskip's saloon, 2001 Hast
ings st., robbed. $35.
John W. Wortnington, bankrupt
private banker, released on $5,000
John H. Ortman held in Pittsburgh
on bigamy charge. Awaiting extra
dition. Jack Fanuculli, runaway, Wash
ington, found working as lifesaver at
Wilson av. beach.
5,000 orphans and old folks to have
picnic July 29. 400 autos will be
Edw. O'Hearn, 12, 600 Leavitt St.,
Albert McMahon, 1224 Argyle st,
leaned against electric light pole.
John O'Rourke, 1078 W. Randolph
st, dead. Fell down building shaft
Miss Frances Alpeter, Evanston,
robbed by Servian woman. Lost $5.
Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, bien
nial head, ill. Nervous collapse.
Judge Sabath to sit on three
benches. W. Chicago av., 9 o'clock;
EL Chicago av., 10:20, and Sheffield
av. court at 2 p. m.
Mary Mullen, 4, 1t16 S. Fairfield
av., fell from porch. Dead.
J Miss Lura Thomas, 35, school
teacher, married Otis M. Smith, 83.
141 degrees given at Loyola Uni
versity. Benj. Levin, Benj. Strauss and
Chas. Greve, indicted in Jacksonville
for using mails to defraud, will fight
John A. Metz and Dr. Stephen R.
Pietrowicz appointed on school board
Utilities Commission may ap
praise Chicago and West Towns Rail
road. Brookfield and Lagrange citi
zens oppose rate increase.
Big civic festival to be held in fall.
Mammoth pageant of Chicago's his
New York financeers took "L" ride.
WiU tpke $12,500,000 Northwestern
Mrs. M. Whinney, 10610 S. Seeley
av., hit and robbed by negro. Lost
Chicago railroads prepared for re
vised conditions. Adjustments being
made in line with interstate com
merce commission ruling.
Judge Landis discharged 100 bank
rupts. Henry Womquist, 1239 N. LaSalle
st, saw wife with man. Gave him
beating. Wife interfered. Got same.
4,400 Sunday school delegates
here. International Ass'n would add
1,000,000 attendance a year.
John Pine, 16, plead guilty to steal
ing meat from interstate shipment
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hartwick
and Arthur Hartwick plead guilty to
charge of counterfeiting.
202 S. Clark st raided. Gambling.
5 arrested. J. Smith booked as
John W. Worthington, defunct pri
vate banker, plead not guilty to using
mails to defraud.
Mile. Adgie Costello claims love
cost fiance's death. Believe lions
Oldest case in court settled. Own
ership of property sold March 27,
1861, settled by Circuit Court yester
day. Members of Ass'n of Commerce
touring downstate towns. Will visit
John H. Dretzeler failed to come
home nights. Sick friend. Wife w
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