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for $25,000 damages for causing ar
rest of Perry S. Patterson for em
bezzlement. Patterson was freed.
Jas. B. Maxwell, Brookline, Mass.,
missing. Believed m Chicago.
Evan Schnelling, 10, 5613 Emerald
av., hit by auto of D. C. Nelson, 7816
Anita Bernard, 106 N. Ashland,
caused arrest of Esther Egan, 4312
Ellis av., on charge of stealing en
Mrs. Louise Luehr, 1442 S. Ham
lin, run down by team driven by
Police looking for Albert Berg, 2636
Fulton st Escaped from Dunning.
Martin Jordan, Engine Co. No. 3
driver, hurt. Car hit engine.
Peter Cunniff arrested after police
say an attempt was made to dyna
mite plant of G. A. Ball Bearing Co.,
Lake and Albany av.
West park board consented to ex
tension of Division st car through
Antonio Rizzo, banker, accused of
absconding with $15,000 from bank,
freed. No prosecution.
Six navigation inspectors and 25
customs inspectors will be on duty
during July 4th holiday season.
Wm. Sammons, 45, 1638 Clifton
Park av., overcome by gas while
Prohibitionists are trying to recruit
dissatisfied members of late Bull
Fifty diners routed three hold-up
men by throwing plates when they
entered restaurant of Louis Ullman,
1120 S. Halsted.
Eliza Baum, 9, 3718 W. 56th st,
killed by lightning.
P. D. Madigan, South Side dry
goods merchant, died1 in bathhouse
at 3921 Indiana av. Heart failure.
Wm. Gooding, 19, pleaded guilty
to absconding with $500 of employ
er, Gordon Strong. Sentence later.
Appellate court says city doesn't
have to remove ashes from apart
ment houses containing more than
Chicago packing concerns received
orders for 1,500,000 pounds of meat
from U. S. gov't
First calvary still have hopes of
getting five machine guns paid for
by North Shore folks.
One-legged Jake Freeburg, Span
ish war veteran, tried to enlist
Capt. Gus Miller, member ot
Thompson's cabinet, couldn't pass
army service test Game leg.
Mrs,. Daniel Hannon, whose hus
band answered militia call, appoint
ed teacher in Oak Park.
New York. 14,000 militiamen
from five eastern states jolting along
in day coaches toward Mexico; 7,000
or 8,000 more from New York, Penn
sylvania and New England states
were expected to be enroute by to
night Claskames, Ore. Battery of field
artillery, second contingent of Ore
gon militia to leave for Mexican bor
der, entrained at 9 a. m. for Calexico,
San Francisco. Art Smith, Fort
Wayne aviator, will probably hurry
back from Japan to join United
States aero squad and see service In
Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianap
olis. Twelve engines are standing
in Brightwood round house of Big
Four ready to pull trains that will
carry Indiana militia to Mexican bor
der. El Paso, Tex. Militiamen from
northern and eastern states will find
the weather along border almost in
tolerable at first, unaccustomed as
they will be to terrific heat
Columbus, O. Three train sec
tions of New Jersey state militia en
route to border passed through Co
lumbus between midnight and 7:30
a. m. today.
New York. Mel Sheppard, lone
distance champion runner, is said by
Capt Elmes to have quit his regi
ment in N. Y. national guard after
iref using to take the oath