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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Thos. Hazelwood, 633 W. 56th st.,
fined $50 for suicide attempt. Fifth
time since marriage.
To take insane fronvcounty infirm
ary at Oak Forest. Have 'bad effect on
Chicago as style center will bring
out military garb for women. Chicago
Garment M'f'rs Ass'n in convention
showing new styles.
Marino Oddo, 909 Cambridge av.,
found dead in South Chicago quarry
with bullet in temple. Black hand
Wm. Ackermann, 2129 N. Clark st.f
overcome by heat. Dead.
Police dragging lake for body of
James Rubensohn, 1950 Lincoln av.,
whose clothes were found in locker at
"L" bandits who killed Policeman
Rowe say Mrs. Gertrude Meine, 1238
Washington blvd., was leader. Wo
man and three men held.
John Durak, 8444 Greenbay av.,
overcome by heat Dead.
Frank Corrado, caretaker of
Evanston Beach,, saved two men. One
knocked out by shallow dive. Pulled
other down attempting rescue.
Arthur Matteson, high school
teacher from Centerville, la., lost $75
matching money with strangers in
Dr. Carmello Violini, 2929 Wash
ington blvd., pinched for annoying
Mrs. August Russlna, 352 W. Su
perior st., while in office as patient.
15,000 tickets for K. of P. field day
at Sox Park, Sept. 7, sold.
Knights of Joseph in convention
elected officers. Isadore Liederman,
Jas. Maher, 4609 N. Western av.,
fined $100 for biting finger off W. J.
Kelley, 4619 N. Western av.
Mrs. Ethel Smalley, 3610 Rokeby
st., fought with Mrs. Matilda Henry.
Pinched. Kissed and made up in
Thos. McMahon, 3, 4737 Langiey
av., hurt by Indiana av. car on 47th st.
Mrs. Mary Ries, 548 Eugenie st.,
held for death of adopted son, killed
by overdose of paragoric, released.
Ernest Brosius, 4, 1953 Roscoe st.,
dead from dog bite. R. Schaeffer,
161 W. Goethe st., owned dog.
Stephen Ciszewski, 10, 4854 S.
Hermitage av., dead. Hit by Grand
Trunk train Monday.
Thos. Patton held under Mann act
in St. Louis. Showed Minnie TopeL
7438 Champlain av., marriage license.
Truax, Greene & Co.'s motion for
new trial denied. Must pay $1,500 in
Wm. Griff, caught after robbery of
Hotel Del Prado, sent to Joliet Vio
lation of parole.
Robt Canargo, 6325 Stewart av.,
knocked from motorcycle by autoist
who didn't stop. To ask warrant.
Ed Braul, 1817 Sheffield av., on
motorcycle, hurt by auto of Eric
Berg, 3020 Clifton av. Berg pinched.
Joseph Jan ota, 1718 N. Robey st.,
asked aid for wife and three kids in
Bohemia. Lost money in private
bank. Family destitute.
Police hunting Alfred Nelson, 3114
W. Monroe st. Two wives is charge.
Chas. Simmons, convicted of man
slaughter, granted new trial after
witnesses admitted perjury to aid
John Widen, 4348 Potomac av.,
killed by fall down elevator shaft at
National Fixture Co.'s plant, 2141
Crossed wires caused $2,000 fire
in building of Haskell Bros.' Trunk
Co., 165 N. Green st
Chas. LaPiera, painter, 3439 W.
Congress st, dead. Fell from ladder.
Open verdict by coroner's jury in
death of Jos. Wdowiak, 1217 W. Ohio
st. Electrocuted by wire torn down
Wm. Fox, Fort Sheridan private,
wanted as deserter.
Farmers of Will county hunting
firebug. Several barns burned.