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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Fred Burke and H. R. Campbell, ar
rested for trying to flirt with Anna
Moore, 636 W. Garfield blvd., dis
charged. No prosecution.
Mrs. E. Winterfing. 1906 Jackson
blvd., and Mrs. Clara Ordway, 2321
W. Adams St., cut by glass in Indiana
av. car crash.
Crossed electric wire fire caused
panic among passengers on Taylor st.
car. Firemen put out blaze.
Women's Trade Union League to
hold outing at Evanston at home of
Mary McDowell of U. of C. settle
ment. Mrs. Margaret Mette, 3934 Sheri
dan Road, missing.
Peter Clantea, Austrian count, got
three months in Bridewell and $100
fine for attempting to extort money
from Mrs. Mary Russo, 667 E. 45th st
Walter Weisgerder, 6, 658 W. 31st
st, missing. Lost in Lincoln Park.
Delavan's comet visible in sky early
W. J. Loughlin, 270 N. Clark st.,
found pressing pants in home of Mrs.
Jas. Hildreth, Oak Park, arrested.
Booked for burglary.
Chicago Bar Ass'n puts lid on news
paper advertising, both paid and oth
erwise. Matthew Ryan, 1109 W. Harrison
st, killed by fall from wagon. Head
Mrs. Sophie Reinemann, 4142 Ber
keley av., held Mrs. Verna Dickson,
4303 Oakenwald ay., until police
came. Charges fraud.
Three negroes held in death of
Frank Bunnell, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Found dead behind 2801 S. LaSalle st
Body of Ed Sodzeweiz, 12, 2351 At
geld st, found. Drowned with broth
er while playing pirates in river.
Alexander Wilsdon drowned in
Lake Cora, Mich.
Dominik Sznkavicz, laborer in Pull
man shops, killed. Crowbar slipped
ind crushed skull.
Thos. Grecznzyk, 1251 W. 32d st,
irowned in canal at California av.
Anti-Saloon League ended their
cpnvention Wednesday. Planning
Walter Sezeh, 1453 N. Ashland av.,
Frank Wayman, fireman, hit by
plate glass blown out at fire at 218 S.
Canal st. Seriously hurt
Chief Cleason demanded enforce
ment of the law limiting height of
saloon booths. In effect Aug. 16.
Clothing found on canal by the
Summerdale police identified by Mrs.
Chas. Wagner, 2131 Melrose st, as
that of her missing husband.
Many applicants appeared at test
for policewomen Wednesday.
Coroner investigating death of A.
J. Roberts, Pen Argyle, Pa., found
dying on road near South Chicago.
May be murder.
Paul Osterman, Rockford. 111., slept
'on Van Buren st pier. Rolled off.
Will of Jas. Pierce upheld by court.
Gives $5,000 to housekeeper and $45,
000 to distant relatives.
John Quirk, 7724 Lagoon av., rep
resented self as detective, collected
bribes from short-weighing peddlers.
Dr. L, J. Witkowski, 1724 W. 48th
st, exonerated in death of Michael
Pulut Mike dislocated jaw, yawning.
Died under ether.
Martha Rattenberg, 14, 7441 Evans
av., died from effects of ether. Under
operation for removal of tonsils.
Marshall Kerwin, 4, 6638 S. Hal
sted st, hurt by auto driven by Ger
trude Schultz, 1125 Prospect av.
Wife of F. J. Halm, 147 W. Oak st,
cut him on chest and arms with razor
when he returned home after all
night stay. Reconciled.
Michael Meyrqns-, Maywood, hurt
when train hit ice wagon he was
John Prosser, 4 months old, 936 S.
Fifth av., found dead. Father accuses
mother. Both locked up.