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NEWaOF THE PAY CONCERNING-CHICAGO
Coat of Wm. E. Bersch, Highland
Park ad map, found on bank of drain
age canal. Suicide suspected.
Dr. R. Harrington sought missing
delirious patient from St. Bernard's
Hospital. Patient returned during
absence. Took coat and $60.
Jack Vilas, Chicago aviator, and
wife celebrating. It's a girl.
Traffic police given orders not to
stop doctors' cars at crossings.
Dorothea Myron, would-be suicide,
refused to prosecute Joseph Benson,
who jilted her and took watch. Ben
son fined $100.
Wallace Hagar, Swift salesman,
played poker. Arrested yesterday for
embezzlement of $1,100.
Mrs. Josephine Uivino, 70, 313 S.
Western av., killed by auto. George
Jack, 1259 -W. Van Buren at., driver,
Captain Halpin sent list of missing
girls to St Joe in effort to clear up
Judge McCoorty ordered investiga
tion of amusement park gambling,
John C. Johnson of Norwood Park,
Week-old baby left in rear of sa
loon of Wm. Cieslelski, 49th and
Case of Isaac Bond, suspected of
Ida Leegson's murder, may go to jury
-Ten 'on pleasure boat Sjlver Spray
held for hours, Boat grounded on
bar mile in lake.
Sons of murdered Misljch disagreed
at inquest. One said murder axe
owned by family-
Christof Neubert, druggist, 1102
W Van Buren pt, held up and beaten
. in store, Robbers fled without
Bertha' Swart?, 1?49 N, LaSalle,
says robbed of two diamonds in ele
vator of Ghamplajn bldg., 8 N. State.
Chief Cfeason offered Funkhouser
all aid in vice war.
Dr. Vincent Price, baking powder
inventor,, buried yesterday.
Policeman Thqs. Cae, Hudson av.
station, discbarged for taking ride in
police auto without permission.
Ben Fink, "firebug," told jury of
firing building at 902 S. Morgan st
Three onXtrial for fire.
Judge Petit rode in Knabenshue's
Selling forty $500 city bonds daily.
Isadar Trendler, accused under
Mann act by Laura Landis, in hands
of federal authorities.
Sam Green, jiegro, 1122 S. Dear
horn at, fined $1,000 and given year
in Bridewell for .attack on Mrs. Chas.
Hejer, 2445 Fletcher.
Chas. Carlson, 3414 Indiana av.,
fined $20 and costs for disorderly con
duct. Accused by child, Lillian Rose.
Probata will of Robt. Law. Estate
Three held to grand jury for mtfr-
aer or ueo. meszki, saloonkeeper, 833
W. 16th at.
prank Cook, 8, 1426 Asbury av.,
.knocked from bicycle by auto of
Health Commissioner C, T. Roome.
John Sepracki, South Chicago,
thought drowned, living in alleys'bf
city, according to brother's story.
Thos. Graham, 6133 University av.,
"made up" with his wife in court. Had
deserted her, gone to Scotland, re
turned and was arrested.
Mrs. Elinore Fisher suing for di
vorce. Taxi men tell of midnight rides
on 22d st.
RAIL STRIKE STILL PROBABLE
Negotiations continued today be
tween representatives pf 80,000 em
ployes and the committee, of general
managers of. the, western railroads,
but the labor dispute that threatens
to result in a strike that -wbuld par
alyze traffic in the West was no
The employes were expected today
to notify thmanagers the exact date
upon which the Tnen, will quit work
Unless an agreement is reached or
federal mediation accepted.