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sprayed with bug poison by peddler.
Two boys robbed Cavalry station
of Northwestern "L" in Evanston. $1.
Mrs. Susan Schwall, Wilmette, sui
cided with gas. Reason unknown.
Negro arrestedjn Forest Park in
woman's clothing"- discharged on
promise to get out of town. Said he
was "Miss Florence Robinson."
Dr. W. F. Early, 3001 Milwaukee
avv tried to collect for work done on
teeth of former sweetheart "Labor
of love," decided judge.
Harry Darlington, director in Ar
mour & Co., dropped dead of apo
plexy on Midlothian club's golf
course. Lives at 4832 Lake Park av.
Mrs. Helen Brucker, 2944 Grove
land av., took out kidnapping war
rant for Cornelius Cash and wife.
They moved with her daughter while
she was in hospital.
Mrs. Mary O Bnen arrested for at
tempt to fire unoccupied frame bldg.
at 51 E. 53d. Fire marshol con
tinued case to probe.
Dr. Willoughby Walling, 62, 4127
Drexel, knocked down and badly hurt
by Arthur Rixon transfer wagon.
Skull thought fractured.
Joseph Zeigler, 2549 Wilcox av.,
ciocided. Gun. Iut of work.
$40,000 loss when garage of Walter
Scott, 4513 Lincoln av., burned. Five
men hurt. 28 autos burned.
Driverless bay horse pulled buggy
for 3 miles in front of Aurora-Elgin
train before captured by conductor.
Train "winded" him. Owner un
known. Mayor Thompson asked war de
partment for action in building
breakwater to protect municipal pier.
Thieves got away with 80,000 cig
arets and 7,500 cigars from wagon
' at State and Madison.
U. S. dis't att'y suing Metropolitan
"L" Co. for $25,000 for failing to re
move bridge across river.
Frank Gallagher ordered to go
home to Williston, N. D., a dry town.
John C. Patterson wants account
ing from Northern Trust Co. of funds
entrusted to it in 1897. Alleged $2,
Seward St John, real estate, suing
Att'y Henry Toner for $?5,000 for
false arrest Arrested for con game.
Auto of Otto Schmidt, wine dealer,
and daughter, Mrs. S. Hausman, col
lided at Randolph and Dearborn.
J. L. Jacobs, ousted efficiency ex
pert, may begin suit to regain job
Gilbransen-Dickenson Co., bought
piano plant of H. P. Nelson Co. Plant
to be re-opened. 1,000 men to get
Capt Porter, head of secret serv
ice here, tracing maker of $4 bills
passed on Canadian in Batavia, HI.
Sam Traub, women's clothier, 219
Dearborn, before Judge Dever. Ignor
ed jury summons. Alleged to have
abused sheriff. Case continued.
Wm. Lementhal, 1515 Hudson av.,
fined $200 for annoying girl pupils of
Adams school, Townsend and Chi
Hans Anderson, 12, 240 Englewood
av., shocked and burned when he
climber pillar of South Side "L" near
Body of Ed Feldmeer, 10, 3739 S.
Kedzie, found in clayhole at 35th and
Sacramento. Fell in picking mush
rooms. o o
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Galveston, Tex., June 9. Looting
of Pierce Oil Co.'s office at Tuxpam,
sacking of private residences v and
shooting of British citizens by wil
lista maurauders was reported to
day in cablegram from Vera Cruz.
This claimed that Tuxpam Bar and
not the city proper had been cap
tured by the Carranzistas in fighting
Paris birth records show 1,850
babies born in May this year as com
pared with 3,890 in the same month
last year. Fifty per cent decrease.
Horrible war, that kills, even before
conception, half of a nation's poster
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