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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Martha Tyler, 75, 5327 Went
worth av., found dead. Poison .phial
by side. Police say suicide. Rela
tives believe heart disease.
John Bugis, 2425 S. Western av.,
saved John Rauchis, 4, from drown
ing in lake, although suffering with
Jane Cressy, 20 months, visiting at
home of Mrs. A. V. Pate, 848 Bradley
pL, swallowed pills by mistake. Dead.
Saloon of A. F. Freed, 3128 Madi
son, closed by police. Hang-out for
thieves, they assert.
Ray Sozigny, 4, 1940 S. Racine av.,
hit on head by stone several weeks
Mrs. Mary Merkel, in county jail
for beating stepdaughter, attacked
other women prisoners and Ass't
Fire caused small damage in base
ment of St Dominic's R. C. church,
36th and Dearborn.
Marion Roberts, paroled from Jo
liet to section foreman who worked
him too hard, went back to prison.
May get second chance at lighter job.
Att'y Philip C. Dyrenforth, Evans
Max Saxon, employed by Dr. Mey
er Nuta, Halsted-and Taylor, found
guilty of practicing dentistry wittfbut
license. Sentence later.
Checks to amount of $20,170 tak
en from G. W. Zeiger packer, by
pickpockets, found in street Thieves
also got $288 in money.
Southern club to pay for burial of
"Marie Tennessee," girl suicide
found at 910 W. Congress.
E. R. Beckert, pres. Paragon Mfg.
Co., killed himself by shooting in Val
paraiso hotel, 1600 N. La Salle. Tried
to shoot Mrs. Becker first Despon
dent over financial losses.
Latatia Pogulsai, 6, deserted by
parents at Chicago av. and Town
send. John Paprocki, 2152 W. 18th St.,
wounded while in friendly struggle
for revolver with John Poklinski.
Evelyn Brandt, 15, 1156 Van Buren,
scared away with gun father
estranged from mother when he
came searching for Mrs. Brandt
Fourteen deaths now entire coun
try's July 4 total.
Wj M. Goctair, real estate man who
died recently, ieft $400,000 for old
people's home in Cook county be
cause his mother lived and died in
$80,000 in emergency and revenue
taxes paid collector of internal reve
Man killed by "L" train at Schiller
street station identified as Frank
Chas. F. Wenham filed $20,000
damage suit against Henry Lawlor,
engineer. Lawlor said to have
caused Wenham's arrest on false
J. F. Reiffler, Berwyn, says his
wife's stepfather, Fred Schaeffer,
Fox Lake, DJ., is unlawfully keeping
Mrs. Relffler prisoner. Wants "ha
beas corpus writ
Sam Loney, 456 S. Clark, beaten
and robbed of $28 by two men.
Mrs. Chas. F. Lindstrom, 1558 E.
64th, granted divorce, $5,000 alimony
and $10 weekly support for child.
Named Florence Brainard.
Edw. Mirtski, 2, 1514 Fry, fell from
Alfred Sanders, 3320 Osgood, miss
ing since June 20. Wife fears foul
Ernest B. Elston, court reporter,
said to have $5,000 a year income,
sued for divorce. Desertion charged.
Richard McHale, 76, 518 Wells,
struck by street car April 12, dead.
Baby Michalwich, 6, 5216 Mozart,
played near fire Monday. Dead.
Henry Klick, 1822 Thomas, died
suddenly in plant of Theo. Koch &
Co., Huron and Wells. Heart failure.
8,900 bathers at Clarendon beach
July 4. "$1,000 added to city treasury.
Paul Grimm, butcher, 2226 Lincoln
av., charged with slashing Matt Krei-