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notes to return them for taxation de
nied ty Judge Owens.
Mrs. Geo Odum, 8940 Commercial
av., dropped bag containing $75.
Woman picked it up and walked
away with it. -.
s John Taylor, Tne-legged news
boy, robbed of bicycle. Other newsies
caught thief. Walter Prussewski
Patrick Elliott, 15 months, died
from fractured skull. Run over by
B. J. Hibner oil wagon.
Joseph Orlow, shot while raiding
chicken coop, died in Bridewell. Jos
eph Hodek released under $10,000
Police Capt. Gottschalk, Ever
green, released on charge of refusing
to arrest Henry Kauk.
Anson Bitten and John Sziematics,
saloonkeepers, Worth, fined $100.
Slot machines. Appealed.
Palmer estate to be assessed $180,
000 for Stone st. $120,000 valuation
of Chicago Real Estate Board ignor
ed by council committee.
800 Chicagoans may be assessed 5
per cent for failure to pay income tax
Body of man, 30, with two bullet
wounds in neck, found in drainage
canal at Cicero.
Jews protesting against Michigan
summer resorts that bar them. Call
Theresa Hollender's father on
stand in Petras murder trial.
Englewood Law and Order League
to use speedometer to test legality of
county saloons. Claim 250 saloons
are within two mile limit of city and
Mrs. Frances Falls, 2318 Madison
st., held for passing worthless checks.
Alleged to have swindled 25 grocers.
Carl Gaede, 8, dead. Gas.
MANY KILLED IN RIOTS AFTER
Budapest, Hungary, June 30.
More than 200 person killed and
wounded in Mostar, Herzegovina, in
desperate battles between Serbs and
Mohammedan Croats as result of as
sassination of Archduke Franz Fer
dinand at Sarayevo according to re
ports. Mostar is reported burning.
Dispatches from a dozen other
towns and villages throughout Bosnia
told of outbreaks between the Mos
lems, who favor Austrian domination,
and the Servians, who detest it. How
serious these outbreaks have been
has not been ascertained, but it is be
lieved that hundreds will have perish
ed before the conflict between the
Moslem crowds and the Christian
Serbs is done.
START SUIT AGAINST BIG
CONCERNS IN TAX DEAL
Ass't State's Att'y Hayden N. Bell
has started suits against sixteen con
cerns who failed to file proper tax
schedules. Some of the schedules,
according to Bell, have not been
sworn to and amount practically to
the firms acting as their own asses
sors. Among the defendants are:
Marshall Field & Co.
W. W. Kimball Company.
John V. Farwell Company.
Chicago Mining and Lumber Com
pany, 904 West Chicago avenue.
Joseph S. Kirk & Co., 102 East
John M. Smyth Company.
B. Kuppenheimer & Co., 423 South
Peabody Coal Co., 332 South Mich
Illinois Brick Company, 138 West
. Western Stone Company, 133 West
"Western Electric Company,, 500
South Clinton street.
Sprague, Warner & Co., 600 West
Rosenwald & Weil, 508 South
Selz, Schwab & Co., 32 South Mar
Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co.
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