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to bravery in death of Garros, avi
ator who rammed German dirigible.
Mrs. Catherine Kenny, employed at
St. Luke's Hospital, dead. Fell down
Six saved from fire at 1003 Mil
waukee av. when stairway burned.
C. B. Munday, former head of La
Salle st. bank, arrested on assault
charge. A. B. Feldman, depositor,
claims attack in banker's office.
Two men arrested for throwing
"stink bombs" in South Side "movie"
theater. Said to be war of rival oper
Body of unknown man found in
river yesterday at Robey st.
Judge Cooper declared that Hoyne
must answer forty-two questions pro
pounded by prosecutor in contempt
"X. Y. Z. sent $3 to city comptroll
er's conscience fund. No reason
238 suits by health department
against street railways brought $7,
794.50 in fines.
R. L. Bradley, promoter, in bank
ruptcy, ordered to give creditors 3,997
shares of stock. Claimed wife was
During first month of operation the
new garbage reduction plant handled
11,334 tons of refuse.
Carl Hansen, 1325 Fulton st.,
charged with crime against the 4-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Louise Sny
der, held to grand jury. .
Mrs. Chas. Kleinfelder suing for
divorce. Says hubby has $50,000 and
two autos. Never rode in them.
Otto Sobpa, 1624 Loomis st., dead.
Gas. May be accidental.
John Peatroski, 1301 S. Morgan st.,
fined $20p and costs for beating wife.
Anna Johnson, 16, 200 S. California
av., missing since Thursday. Started
to work, but never reached office.
John Williams, Portland, Ore.,- held
to grand jury on $3,000 bonds, charg
ed with driving auto while drunk and
passing halted street car. ;
GARROS A HERO OF THE AIR
London, Aug. 4. That the French
aviator, Garros, deliberately sacrificed
his own life and his monoplane to
wreck a Zeppelin dirigible, which was
reconnoitering over Toul on the fron
tier, has been confirmed here.
Garros tried to hit the Zeppelin a
glancing blow, but failed. He then
deliberately steered his machine
against the structure of the dirigible
at full speed and wrecked it killing
everyone of the Zeppelin's crew. Gar
ros himself is said to have been burn
ed to death when his gasoline tank
SIDETRACK RAILROAD STRIKE
An agreement to arbitrate the
threatened rail strike was signed this
morning by both sides.
The understanding. insures peace
for at least a year and a half because
the arbitration board will not reach
a settlement until 1915 and its find
ings are to be bilnding fo ra year.
She Oh, dpar! I forgot to wind
my ankle watch! He Allow me er
that is did you? Fun. '