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"into telephone pole to ayoid hitting
Mrs. Leona DeBeard, 2357 Flour
now, suicide. Gun. Demented."
Life boat "McGinty" towed in by
life savers. Engine went dead.
Two safeblowers worked vainly
trying to open safe of Patent Vul
canite Roofing Co., 2256 W. 49th,
after tying watchman.
Alfred Spaeth, 4031 Major av.,
dead. Stove exploded.
Fire in 'basement of University
flats, 1127 B. 55th, drove 36 families
Chicago Presbytery may take con
trol of Chicago Lawn Presbyterian
Church. Factions fighting.
Many Northwestern university co
eds ordered to leave Collegian hall,
private dormitory. Scandal.
Edward Conley, 1533 Chicago av.,
Evanston, suicide. Gas. Out of work.
Hugo Bachman, 1844 W. Huron,
suicide. Gun. m.
Plans for "dry" campaign in 1916
drawn in Y. M. C. A. meeting Sun
day. Complaint of J. B. Hogarth, 4908
Sheridan rd., against Commonwealth
Edison Co. to be heard today by pub
lic utilities comm'n.
Edward Suren, 4249 Calumet av.,
booking agent, arrested when Char
lotte Cole, 648 N. Dearborn, said he
Suit for $15,000 filed against risk
companies by heirs of Simon Blum,
killed by bite of insect bearing ma
laria, according to claim. -
Two hundred foreign children
given use of land plots for garden
ing by Chicago Gardens Ass'n at Hull
BASEBALL DECISION MAY BE
GIVEN THIS WEEK
That Federal Judge Kenesaw M.
Landis would hand down his decision
in. famous injunction suit of Federal
league against organized baseball
this weeks was persistent report
passed around Federal building to-dayi
MISS EDNA BRYAN HEROINE OF it
Miss Edna Bryan, daughter of a
cousin of Sec'y of State Bryan, who
recently arrived in San Francisco
.with a thrilling tale of drifting help
lessly off the New Zealand coast in
an unmanageable motor boat for over
30 hours hefore being rescued.
Miss Bryan, with a party of friends,
spent the night in the open boat, try
ing to get a "dead" engine into ac
tion when the craft drifted onto a
mud bank. Waves washed them far
ou to sea next morning and it was not
until they had experienced the heat
of a tropical sun and the pangs of,
hunger that a sail was sighted and
their distress signal answered.
LANDIS JOLTS SIX SALOONS
Judge Landis went to his office in
the Federal bldg. yesterday that writs
of sequestration might be sworn out
against six saloons which failed to
obey his order and close yesterday.
The judge at present is running more
than fifty saloons as receiver for the
Tosetti Brewing Co., which controls
Saloon keepers wilbappear before
him this morning.