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away from state fair because of hoof
and mouth disease. Pigeons have
spread disease to 150 herds is report
Coroner's jury continued inquest
over body of man found in river slip
at Dearborn st. Want police to
probe. Suspect murder.
Jury impaneled to try Chas. Sim
mons for murder of Hyman Jacobs,
whom he shot March 10, 1912.
Secret formulas 'and cure-alls were
excoriated at convention of Am. Ass'n
of Progressive Medicine at Hotel La
Salle. ' Members took this action
after doctor refused to tell them of
formula he had for cure for tuber
culosis. Police probing death of Mrs. Anna
Manch, 420 Hem pi., who died from
illegal operation. Mrs. Amelia Sarb,
midwife, being held by police.
Leon Malenda, mechanic, 1542 Tell
pL, overcome by heat working.
38-mile gale imperiled small sraft
last night Many rescued when
blown into lake.
Buck Weaver, White Sox shortstop,
told mayor loss of poolroom affected
his playing. Regranted on promise
not to allow gambling.
Mary Wagner, 4, 6922 Pingree, dead
and Lena Udelhofen, 3, badly hurt
when father's wagon tipped over.
Michael Zimmer, new warden of
Joliet, promises convicts a square
Morris Hendelman, 65, jumped off
12th st bridge. Out of work and wife
Harry Anderson, 3037 Franklin
blvd., suicided when "Virginia Rowe,
girl he loved, married. Poison.
Joseph Kelly, 717 W. 43d, known
as "Old Dad" over Southwest Side,
badly hurt by auto in front of home.
Pere Marquette train wrecked auto
.near Michigan City. W. H. Eldridge,
wife and two sons escaped.
Ray Seaman, teller Elgin National
bank, who disappeared after $11,000
shortage was discovered, reported to
be under arrest at Kerrville, Tex.
Cap't Michael Powers, Engine Co.
119, discharged on charge of assault
1 preferred by Nellie Thompson, who
said he maliciously" drove auto
ahead of hers.
Chicago Railway Terminals com
mission to make recommendations
that railways be compelled to electri
Chief Healey ordered probe as to
report that slot machines were again
Max Heidelmeir, retired lieutenant
of police dep't, will continue to settle
family disputes as he had done for
Daniel Witkman, 3646 N. Kedzie,
found asphyxiated in bedroom. Out
Emil Seal, 1444 E. 54th, badly hurt
when motorcycle collided with auto.
Twenty patrolmen restored order
at annual session of Negro Baptist
preachers at First Regiment armory.
Argued with fists over new charter.
Philip Laeson, 3, 1459 Sunnyside
av., injured when struck by auto in
"Skyscraper burglars" robbed of
fice of Grossman Tailoring Co., 8th
floor, Occidental bldg., of cloth worth
$8,000. Wagon used.
Roy Ramus, 19, admitted to police
he has committed 20 recent North
west Side burglaries.
Pres. Peter Reinberg, county board,
left to join Coroner Homan on hunt
ing and fishing trip in Wisconsin.
Joseph Plena, 1723 W. 14th, sui
cided. Rope. Sick.
Eugene Wagner, 11, exonerated by
coroner's jury. Hid playmate's body
when he fell and was killed.
John Denco, laborer on Chicago
Belt line, killed by I. C. train at Argo.
"Skyscraper burglars" looted $1,
800 worth of silks and linens from
Grossman Bros., 8th floor, Occi
dental bldg., 322 W. Washington.
"End gambling or something'!!
drop," Chief Healey warns police
Many college youths would like to
go in for aviation managing an heb