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on excursionists Advocate fine and
imprisonment for offenses against
Albert Minkus, 5, 836 W. Erie st.,
hit by wagon. Collarbone broken.
Harry N. Culver, Glencoe, arrested.
Wife claims he failed to heed court
order to support child.
John G. Bair, dentist, sued for sep
arate maintenance. Cruelty charged.
3,000 employes of Hart, Schaffner
& Manx vaccinated. Six women
fainted during operation. Employe
Body of man, 19, taken from river.
Initials W. C. on shirt.
Chas. Rehm, son of Capt. John
Rehm, Chicago av. police station, ar
rested. Charged with sending ob
scene letters through mail.
Emma Brinkman, 10, 1716 Cly
bourn av., scolded. Drank liniment.
Nicholas Almen, 936 Concord pi.,
and Miss Mary Elenx, 1550 Orchard
st, flung from motorcycle. Severely
Motorcycle Policeman Eatinger
thrown from cycle. Badly hurt.
"Count of Monte Cristo" cut by
censors. Duel and suicide scenes ob
Mrs. A. L. Baker, Oak Park dream
ed she fell. Screamed. Police ar
rived. Blamed plum pudding dinner.
Union Stock Yards leads personal
property valuation. Assessed for $15,
000,000. Thos. Fox "flopped"-in Mrs. J. M.
Blums' basemen, 2712 Calumet av.
Woman's pet spaniel interfered. Hit
dog. Arrested. Offered whipping or
20 days in Bridewell. Took? Bride
well. Frank Miller convicted under Mann
Julia "Mikalm, 8022 Normal av.,
held to grand jury for death of baby.
Dog bit Richard Hunter, 6, 224 W.
64th st, on leg.
Rose Fishman, 1359 Johnson st.,
fell from street car. Leg broken.
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