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NEWS OF'rHE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wesley Ob'rierht, 40, 449 Roslyn pi..
killed by N. Clark st. car at Roslyn pi.
Gustave Lutter, 41, River Grove,
Hi., jumped fro mfourth-story win
dow at West Side Hospital this morn
Mrs. W. H. Burns, 504 S. Aberdeen
st,r died yesterday.
Marcelin Pajdal, 1309 W. 18th St.,
lost $3,200 on street car. Offered
Body of John Engleson, 45, 3921 S.
Sawyer av., taken from river near
Belmont av. Missing a week.
Mrs. Clare Craig, 3848 W. Lake st.,
attempted suicide. Gas. Revived.
Coroner's jury in drowning of Cath
erine and Isabelle Rice warned bath
ers against undertow.
David Burke, 15 S. Seeley av., sui
cide. Razor. El health.
Melvin Sykes, photographer, mar
ried fourth time. Margaret Merker,
19, his office girl, made wife.
George Serris, 1942 "Mohawk st.,
rescued at Wilson beach. Exhausted
Chas. Weatherhead, boy killed by
autoist who fled, buried today.
Taxpayers complain because sum
moned three times by board of review
for low tax investigation.
Old Time Printers' As&'n to unveil
tablet at Henry Shepard schooL Post,
ass't sec'y of labor, and Jim, Keeley
of Herald will speak.
' Marie Cunningham, "Calendar
Girl," suing for divorce. . Claims il-j
legal marriage 12 days after divorce
from first hubby.
Dudley Brown and Jean Beal, 5540
Cornell av., rescued from lake when
sailboat capsized. In water two
hours. Life belts.
Motorboat of Joseph Libal, 647
Melrose st, "went dead" in lake.
Washed ashore. Wife and two daugh
ters suffered from cold water.
Albert Bierly, 109 N. Dearborn st.,
offered reward for $6,800 in bonds
stolen from messenger boy on street
Mrs. Harry Larson, asking divorce,
says pair fuss daily because he won't
get up. Reconciled.
E. A. Widdowson, sec'y civil service
commission, says exam will be given
for his position. Pays $3,000 year.
Jas. Keane, 818 Bowen av., tele
graph operator, lost balance. Fell
from pole. Dead.
Henry Wurstenberg, 4 months old,
4014 Normal av., suffocated. Parents
say accidentally. Police working.
Stephen Skamski, 19, 4308 S. Wood
st, may, die. Hit on "head by brick.
John Busiffa, 13, 4302 S. Honore st,
pinched. Quarreled over chickens.
Nathan Finkelstein, 3601 S. State
st., fined $20 for selling liquor to 16-year-old
Frank Morrz, 17. 3057 Avers av.,
climbed electric light pole on drain
age canal. Killed by shock and. fall.
Earl Griffin, 6155 Dorchester av.,
pinched for neglecting children. Wife
attempted suicide Sunday because
not properly fed.
Thos. Gibbons, Joliet, held up by
negro at 23d and LaSalle sts. Lost
watch and $14.
Wm. Dinder, 6514 Drexel av., got
note from wife threatening suicide.
Told police was fake. Looking for
Louis Gefstenblatt, 1142 Wells st,
pinched for attempt to hug Mrs.John.
Harth, 1271 Cleveland av., in kitphen.
Came to fix leaky pipe.
Chas. Katz, 1512 Summerdale av.,
put under peace bonds. Threatened
Minnie Albert, 2859 Burling st, with
death after family quarreL
Catherine Maynough, 5, 1008 N.
Dearborn st, hit by auto. Not se
rious. Daniel Stewart: killed by Kenneth
Blair in Chicago State Hospital for
Insane. Both patients.
Bureau of Public Efficiency to in
vestigate workings of city water de
Carl Stepina, George Banks and i
Chas. O'Nefl. accused of stealing j