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lagoon. Throat cut and wrists
Violet Dyer, 18, 3435 McLean av.t
rescued boy who" fell from lake wall.
Youth threw kiss and fled without
Arthur Gruriet 13, 7239 Jackson
blvd., hit by auto owned by John Kief
of Joliet Seriously injured.
Coroner's jury exonerated Berger
Anderson from blame in death of In
gebor Olson, 8, 1500 N. Kildare av.,
hit by his auto.
Roy Burnell, 8, and John Maloney,
11, hurt by auto of L. E. Millard, 7146
Oglesby av. Millard pinched. As
sault with deadly weapon.
Score hurt when two coaches of
speeding train on Lake Shore turned
over at E. 103d st' Rails spread.
Drys to wait until after primaries
td endorse candidate for U. S. sen
ator. Garfield Pascos, 4246 Calumet av.,
held to grand jury for forgery, es
caped from detective at Bureau of
Two fined' $50 for operating gam
bling device at Biverview. Paddle
K. of P.'s to hold Golden Jubilee in
city on Sept 5, 6 and 7. HV. J. Bryan
asked to speak at Auditorium, Sept 6.
Chas. Brethaur, sup't of shops of
police dep't discharged for using po
lice auto equipment Two policemen
fined for being drunk.
Grand jurors examining books of
Reuben Bernstein, 2145 Evergreen
av., suicide. Gas.
MAHON AND BLAND SAFE
Street car men's anxiety over the
whereabouts of W. D. Mahon, pres
ident of the Amalgamated Associa
tion of Street and Electric Railway
men, and Nick Bland, editor of the
Union Leader, were put at rest today
when a telegram was received from
them saying they had arrived safe
Mahon and Bland recently went to
Europe to study the street car men's
unions and municipal ownership.
They were on the continent when the
wax broke and a rumor spread a few
days ago had Mahon arrested as a
spy. They are coming home.
FAMOUS FIGHTER NEW ENGLISH
Lord Kitchener has been made En
glish secretary of rtato for war.
RI7D STRIPE'S WITH,
ON "BLUE GROUND