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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Harry Moronski, 3600 W. 15th st.,
beaten and robbed. Sam Block, 1254
S. St. Louis av., arrested after bat
tle -with mob.
Coroner Hoffman sent copy of re
port to President Wilson. Says care
can prevent 109,993 deaths next year
in U. S.
OJiver M. Selders asked divorce
from Dr. Eda B. Selders, with offices
at 2826 W. Madison st. Threw vases
Mrs. Agnes Magee, 6810 S. Throop
st, suing for divorce. Mounted Cop
David Magee is "cruel, drunk and un
faithful," says her bill.
Patrick Farrell, 9123 Houston av.,
neglected four children. One year in
Moy Sing, 2131 Archer av., hit by
auto. Skull fractured. Auto didn't
Bernard Mahon, 85, 10 E. 20th st,
charged with being owner of im
morally used property, discharged.
Twenty negro boys attempted raid
on peddler's wagon at Michigan and
20th st. Wanted watermelons.
Beaten off by policeman.
Martin Perderkovich, 13, 1835 W.
22d st., climbing light pole, shocked.
Head broken. Side paralyzed.
Bessie Aron, 3225 W. 12th st., sui
cide. Gas. Despondent
Harry Ackerman got year in Bride
well for stealing two $15 rings from
Mrs. Sturdevant, 2426 W. VanBuren
St., who aided him.
Edward Babinski, 14, 3022 W. 48th
st, fell from merry-go-round. Dead.
George Gerligh, 10712 Torrence
av., pinched as accessory to murder
of Michael Cutich, 3958 Ferdinand st
Edward Wolf, 4611 N. Racine av.,
pinched. Two wives?
State and city authorities start
fight for tuberculin tests for cows.
Want safe milk.
Saloon license of Philip Stephen,
941 W. Washington blvd., revoked.
Rosvell Smith, held as slayer of
Hazel Weinstein, 4, after attack,
sued for divorce. Cruelty charges.
Marie Reinevke, 616 N. Dearborn
st, suicide. Gas.
Harry Moir, owner Morrison Hotel,
asked injunction to restrain shooting
after 10 p. m. in gallery of L. M. Czar,
near hotel. Disturbs guests.
Allan Thomson, charged with mur
der of Edward Amory in Gas Bldg.,
denied bail by Judge Gemmill.
Twenty-five took exams for job
as cook in County Hospital. Pays
$50 and $60 a month.
Federal authorities seized 520
dozen bad eggs in warehouse of Ty
ler & Ashton, 216 N. 5th av.
W. C. Landi3, 512 Wells st., pinch
ed for con game. Sold bad insurance
Nathan Greerman, 9, 1109 Larra-
bee st, hurt by motorcycle at Larra
bee and Division sts.
Fred Barth, 800 Atgeld st., threw
hot pennies to children. Edna
Thompson, 6, 840 Atgeld st, had
fingers burned. Fred pinched.
Lester Ruskie, 5333 Foster av.,
found with skull fracture. Said self
inflicted. Police suspect attack.
Victor Dymek, 1018 Troy St., saw
ed left hand off with gasoline band
Sylvester Suloriz, 4319 S. Paulina
st, held to grand jury for murder of
Tony Rapatz, 4325 S. Paulina st,
shot after war argument.
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TO GIVE WAR RELIEF M.USICAL
The Belgian-American Relief As
sociation will give a musical as a
benefit for their war relief fund in the
banquet hall of the Auditorium Hotel
Thursday night, Aug. 27. Many well
known musical people have volun
teered. The money is for the relief
of the suffering soldiers in Belgium.
Soak ink stains in sour milk; and
should a stain remain-, rinse in a weak
solution of chloride of lime.