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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Miss Adelide Wilson, school teach
er, 3323 California av., beat off man
with umbrella. Tried to snatch puree.
Miss Clara Fulton, 732 Grace st,
was bathing at foot of Addison st
Saved life of David Peterson, 11, 933
Cornelia av., attacked with cramps.
Clara Szymkowski, 1502 W. Divis
ion, daughter of Aid. John Szymow
ski, attacked by man at Division and
Holt sts. Rescued by Peter Oomun
ski, 1324 Holt st, who beat man up.
Ma or Harrison going for two
weeks' hunting trip to New Bruns
44 men and 18 women were arrest
ed by the sheriff of Cedar Lake when
they demolished the fixtures of two
barrooms. Had motored there from
Women phoned South Chicago po
lice that ship was burning off 79th
st. Police and fire dep't found red
Giovanni Esitsito, 720 Polk st., held
by the police in death of wife. Died
from a kick in abdomen.
Joseph Hammes, 6245 S. Paulina
st., salesman, dropped dead in front
of 6123 S. Winchester av.
Auto of Herman Ubner, 23 S. Cal
ifornia av., hit by car at Belmont
and Greenview av. Dorothy Granke,
5, 2850 W. 23d st., killed. Five in
jured. Clarence Renollet, city sealer of
Gary, Ind.,c harged by sane wife
with attempt to put her in asylum.
600,000 people swam at Diversey
Beach this year. High mark in one I
day was 25,000.
Mrs. Alfred Schanz suing for di
vorce. Husband told her "to jump in
lake." Alleges cruelty.
Edward Early, 1060 Frank st., held
by police in death of his wife. In
Anthony Johnson, 89, in court ask
ed that his two daughters be made to
support him. Women surprised at his
James Colosimo and five others or
22d st district up on charge of cor
spiracy in Detective Birns' murue:
Cornelius Shea, one time head af
International Brotherhood of Team
sters, paroled from N. Y. state prison.
Serving 20 years for stabbing Chi
Hatian Madison-Moulder filed suit
for $25,000 damages against Eva
Jenifer and Jesse Binga. Malicious
Mayor Harrison Harrison revoked
dancehall license of Albert Cyplic,
11730 Indiana av., and saloon and
dancehall licenses of John Wenhofer,
3925 Montrose av.
-Roy Staunton, 15 W. Quincy st.,
telegraph operator, tried suicide..Poi
son in beer. He'll live.
Mrs. Stephan Fancher, 568 E. 53d
st., had husband arrested because he
exercised all day. Judge gave him 30
days to find a job.
William Higgans, 85, 849 S. State
st., hit policeman on head with
broomstick. Sent to jail for 3 months.
Mrs. Mary Exley, widow, 1501 Far
go av., beneficiary of deceased hus
band's $65,000 estate.
Peter Malek, 3329 S. Racine av.,
up on charge of winking at woman.
She failed to prosecute. Discharged.
Railroads entering Chicago from
east to start bus line this week to
carry emigrants from stations to U.
S. receiving station at Wabash av.
and Ninth st
Fred Barth, 800 Altgeld st., fined
$200 and paroled by Judge Sabath.
Alleged to have thrown hot pennies
to children at sister's wedding. De
W. Stover, 1357 N. LaSalle st., rob
bed $30 and watch A. Longquist,
same address, robbed $14 .
Christ Johnson, 527 N. Spaulding -av.,
fell while alighting from car. Se
Mrs. Edward Clark, 028 Dorches
ter av., surprised man at door of her