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NEWS OE THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Chas. Harms, life guard at McKin
ley Park, struck concrete in tank. Seriously-
Harry Meyers, -arrested as swin
dler. Collected relief funds for own
use, holding war as pretext.
Poultry fanciers to hold convention
in city starting Tuesday.
Paul Millizen and Marshall Cronin,
violently insane patients, escaped
from Kankakee. May be in city.
Alfred Pfeiffer, 26, 662 Diversey
Parkway, stabbed twice by Sam Bor
ri8, head waiter at Green Mill Gar
dens. Quarreled over job.
Sam Carey, 35, formerly postoffice
clerk, sentenced to 2 years in Leav
enworth, Kan., federal prison. Steal
ing from mails.
Louis Cardillo, 355 W. -Te ranee St.,
climbed over train. Foot caught.
Carried to Milwaukee.
H. D. Eddy, pres. Eddy Paper Co.,
found dead in bed. Overdose of
Wm. Roberts of Benton Harbor,
Mich., rescued from drowning after
battle by R, J. Segal at Wilson Beach.
To hold exams for investigators of
public welfare Aug. 11.
Hiram Brown, wife and daughter
had family scrap in home at 642 E.
92d pi. Three detectives in separat
ing battle. Brown fined $5.
To open new phone exchange call
ed "Prospect" at Claremont av. and
John Miller, former clothing mer
chant, indicted for concealing assets
Carl Steen of Chicago Yacht Club
arrested on serious charge. Mrs.
Estelle Thompson, 1306 S. Michigan
F. J. Halm, insurance agent, 147
W. Oak st, cut by wife with razor,
told judge was only in fun. Wife dis
charged. Marion Fuchs, 2443 S. Lawndale
av., told police man named McDon
ald attempted to attack her while
leaving theater at 1220 N. Clark st
Fire destroved nine box cars at B.
& O. 87th st. freight yards. Play of
Valenta Spideck, working at Grand
Crossing Tack Co., overcome by heat
Died before arrival at hospital.
Coroner's verdict heart disease in
case of P. W. Coppersmith, 1050 Win
ona st, found dead in rooming house
at 2006 S. State st.
Painters' Union Local 147 will meet
Tuesday night at 20 W. Randolph st.
for purpose of voting to reduce initia
tion fee to $50.
Twenty thousand attended "safety
first" lecture at Palmer Park, 111th
st. and Indiana av Mostly factory
Jas. Lacey, 3100 Flourney st, dead.
Ptomaine poisoning. Blame canned
Mrs. W. Mahoney, 5018 Sheridan
Road, hit by car at Clark and Hani
son. Hip broken.
Mrs. Magdelane Lasecki, 2935
Gresham av., fainted and fell from
2d-story porch, Dead.
John Desmond, 10, 6640 S. Honore
st, fell on picket fence. Lung punc
tured. May die.
Stores on Davis st. in Evanston to
close all day Sunday. Davis St. Busi
ness Men's AsVn responsible.
Four private bankers who wrecked
institutions indicted. Expect another
batch of true bills today.
Flat of Otto Rice, 3128 Washing
ton blvd., burglarized. Got $2,500
Girls' League of Evanston to hold
swimming carnival at Patten gym
next Wednesday night
Three hundred Hamilton Club
members held field day and basket
picnic at Ravinia yesterday.
Will of Franklin H. Head probated.
Three daughters get equal shares of
Andrew Pedergreen, 8005 Ex
change av., overcome by heat
G. E. ParmeterP Dowagiac, Mich.,
had pocket picked on car. Asked