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badly shot by Isadora Estiz, fellow
Henry de Ginsberg, French baron,
223 W. Van Buren, engaged in fight
on street car with William Hesner.
Edward Locke and Albert Christy,
5455 W. Madison, beaten in fight with
"road hogs" last night 4 men in
small auto refused to let them pass.
Wilbur Marsh, Waterloo, la., who
personally raised subscription to
place Iowa exhibit in exposition, in
Chicago. Tells of big crops.
Well dressed man, 65, died on way
to Alexian brothers hospital in police
ambulance. Coroner probing. Police
say they found him intoxicated.
Highland Park health comm'r
ordered editorial staff of Little Re
view to move from camp. Mayor
Tobias Cohn, 1374 E. 62nd, found
dead from poison in Hotel Lennox.
Reported to police as missing. Police
Judge Landis refused to appoint as
receiver of bank Hamlet Inn, 19 N.
La Salle, law partner in firm reprer
Coroner's jury says Lillian Schu
macher, 16, drowned herself while
despondent Testimony showed she
thought parents too strict
Municipal wood pile being made
for Chicago's unemployed. Saw to
"Jack" Cardiff, "Billy" Sunday's
trainer, signed contract with Rev. H.
Mrs. Frances Kurdlfck, alleging
amputation of leg resulted from hus
band's blow, suing for .divorce.
Congressman Madden to leave for
Washington to ask for war camp
near Chicago like one in Plattsburg,
N. Y. Every man stays month at
camp and pays own expenses.
Mrs. Caroline Green, 22, 210 E.
Erie. Poison. Worried about hus
band, said to be Lieut. Jas. Green,
now on Mexican border.
Mrs. Alice Randal!, wife of C. P.
Randall, Oak Park, commission, mer-,
chant, member board of trade, and
Miss Harriet L. Blakeslee, club wom
an, killed when auto was hit by Cot
tage Grove car at 46th st
III. Manufacturers' ass'n wrote
Pres. Wilson letter praising his stand
for rights of neutral nations.
Chas. A. Gent, 1326 Winona, pres
ident First Life & Trust Co. and other
concerns, sued by Mrs. Louise Neme
thy, who says she gave him $2,000 to
handle when he promised to divorce
his wife to wed her. "Blackmail,"
Harry Herwitz, secretary to Aid.
Merriam, refused to testify at investi
gation of Merriam's crime committee.
Marie Focht, 8, 1160 Townsend,
told judge she saw dad stab mother.
Fined $25 and given 6 months.
Edw. Appenberg, 8419 Givins ct,
hit by auto, John Lagerstrom, 716 W,
16th pL Bruised.
Jos. Prince, 4, 3016 Willard av.,
sailed clothespins in .tub of wash
water. Fell in. Badly scalded.
She The doctor said my husband
should have absolute rest
He What did you say?
She I told him that my husband
wouldn't listen to me and the doctor
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