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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Roman Plocet, 14, 1825 Webster
av., drowned. Fell in river.
Emil Schnell, street sweeper, dead.
Hit by auto truck Wednesday.
Judge McGoorty warns against
amusement park gambling.
Elizabeth Boser, 11, 2549 W. Divi
sion St., hit by auto. Bruised.
Residents in vicinity ask for Ber
wyn av. "L" station.
Louis .Holzapfel, 8, 3434 Greenview
av., hit by auto. Serious. )
Second time in week, Mary Miller'
rescued from drowning in alke, off
South Chicago. Philip Clatf 2774 E.
75th st., saved her.
Joseph Wozinski, 7427 Cottage
Grove av., slept near tarck. Lost four
fingers under train.
Body found in St. Joe rowboat
mystery bears pawn ticket of Olaf
Johnson, 4524 Broadway. I
Mrs. C. B. Arthur, Topeka police
woman, shocked by Chicago Baloons.
F. W. Hubert, helper in Edison
plant, 125 W. Jackson blvd., electro
cuted. Six fined $6 yesterday for glaring
headlights on autos.
Two claim dog in South Chicago.
To settle in court by calling dog's
John Olzewski, 12252 S. Union av.,
sent to Bridewell for throwing beer
bottles at picnic.
John Wirtzer, 8842 Escanaba av.,
smoked in bed. Burned.
Boy threw stone through car win
down m South Chicago. Lillian Clark,
7, cut on hands.
Auto of F. D. McGuire, dancing
teacher, found. Stripped.
Daniel Raymond, 1119 S. Racine,
played in new building. Buried by
Jacob Katz, 625 Monroe st, (ost
saloon license. Patrons complained
of lost money.
John Kukula, 8, 1117 S. Clifton av.,
hitched on wagon. Dead.
Mrs. Anna Schlagel, 4335 Mozart
st, suicide. Gaa
Unidentified man about 45 dropped
dead at 120 S. Halsted st. Heart
Pearl Waggoner suing Western
Electric Co. for ?50,000. Imprisoned
in building three hours after injury.
Deserted wife told police. DeWitt
Gnswold locked up -at detective bu
reau as swindler.
- Mary Wensbaur suing for divorce.
Says hubby took $7,000. Lost in real
John Bunlop, Oak Park cop, shot
left thumb while killing mad dog.
Calrence Dodge, 20, missing from
Glen Ellyn home.
Mrs. Anna Klein, 13306 Prairie av.,
hit by train in Pulhtfan. Dead.
Nine men arrested as vagrants in
South Chicago vice raid.
Chas. Ratterman, 2141 Hawthorne
pi., drowned in drainage canal.
Frank Betra, 4, 1148 W. 18th st.,
cruBhed by car. Dead.
Policeman John Belski met three
robbers. Shot one. Captured an
other. Alienists in convention urge sex
hygiene jn schools.
Veeder fortune of $300,000 left to
three sons and daughter.
Judge sets aside Miss Jay's $20,000
verdict in Homer Rodeheaver breach
of promise BUit.
Brady leaves Springfield to avoid
testifying on LaSalle bank affairs.
Abe Marcus, 10, 1102 E. 41st st.,
arrested. Stole pennies from news
stands. Picked policemen's pockets
Miss Fern Roberts, 14, 2545 Mildred
st, attempted suicide. Poison.
Gustav Marouw, 6515 Rhodes av.,
hurt. Cycle lilt auto.
IN A SUFFRAGE STATE
"What are your reasons for want
ing a divorce, madam?"
"Failure to support."
"But you live in apparent luxury.
"He failed to support me for a
nomination I wanted"
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