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na Johnson died from illegal opera
tion. W. B. Davidson and wife, 1230 W.
Jackson blvd., injured when auto
swidded into another in Jackson
Michael McDonald, chauffeur for
Beatrice Allen, actress, took friends
for joy ride. Car wrecked. McDon
300 citizens who protested en masse
to aldermanic committee inspecting
proposed bathing beach site at 79th
st, dispersed by rain. They want
beach at 75th.
Amos Roberts, 9115 S. Union, shot
and killed Stanley Hague for insult
ing wife. Mrs. Roberts confessed to
police that she had been friendly with
Hague and that she said Hague had
insulted her to save herself.
Ass't Probate Judge Dankowski
refused to admit will of Thomas Bir
mingham to probate. Paper mer
chant married 2 weeks before death.
Ammonia fumes from leaking ap
paratus in refrigerating plant of the
Palmer house caused guests and em
ployes to flee lobby.
Mrs. K. Marchewazuk, midwife,
1753 W .18th, arrested for perform
ing illegal operation on Mrs. Bertha
Ziemba; 1759 W. 22d. She is dying.
Loop hotels placing sign in lobbies
announcing they keep tips. To test
new law passed by legislature.
Bernard Weine, 2, 1610 S. Turner
av., fell from 2d-story window in his
Chief Healey announces he will rid
' department of every man unfit to do
Dr. Burton Haseltine urged homeo
paths to advertise system. Knocked
twilight sleep as old discovery.
Mrs. Chas. Thorne, wife of coal op
erator, wants divorce. Charges de
sertion. Henry Legler, city librarian, says
Chicago people have read 5,126,115
books during past year. More than
14,000 a day.
Northwestern "L" company tore
down Juanita st station and erected
new one block south last night Work
kept secret for" fear patrons would
Mayor Thompson named Benjamin
Cable as his representative on Chi
cago community trust, organized to
distribute funds to charitable organ
izations. First III. Cavalry to mobilize at foot
of Chicago av. to go to Fort Sheridan
for summer drill. j
Dr. G. Tiddmant, Blue Island, ran "V
car into sanitary district pole to avoid
hitting another. Internally injured.
Broke pole. Lights out an hour.
SIX IN MEXICAN CONSPIRACY
DEAL TO BE BOUND OVER?
El Paso, Tex., July 1. Preliminary
hearings for six men arrested on
charges of conspiring to organize a
Mexican revolt in violation of neu
trality laws scheduled here today be
fore Commissioner George Oliver.
With evidence piling up that fol
lowers of Gen. Victoriano Huerta
were ready to attack Juarez and Chi
huahua when ex-president of Mexico
was arrested here Sunday, believed
certain that six would be bound over
to the federal grand jury.
Besides Huerta the arrested men
are: Gen. Pascual Orozco, Gen. Mar
celo Caraveo, Jose Sozaya and Ike
and"Frank Aldereje, Americans.
"That was rather a speedy fellow
you met last night, wasn't it?"
"What do you mean?"
"Why, he would think it out of
place to kiss the Blarney stone until
he had seen it for at least the third
time!" Michigan Gargoyle.