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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Michael Crigian, 20 months, 723
Polk, fell from third-floor fire escape.
Dean Thos. F. Holgate will be act
ing president Northwestern Univ.
Mayor Thompson was in town for
few minutes. Off to east again with
Prof. E. L. Cunning, Northwestern
"U," arrested for wife abandonment.
Grace Graham, 3, 416 N. Sacra
mento blvd., killed by auto of Wm.
Maxwell, 738 N. Central Park av.
Prof. A. J. Carlson, Chicago "U,"
says starve yourself once in a while
if you would live longer.
Jacob Rosa, Walton and Noble,
killed, and Thos. Parkewicz, 2230 N.
Lorel av., and Chas. Arnold, 46 N. La
vergne av., hurt in street car and
James Millin, 27, 804 S. Robey,
drowned at foot of municipal pier.
Police think it suicide.
Bertram I. Walker, 22, 6606 Glen
wood av., private Troop I, First 111.
cavalry, died of malaria in camp at
River Forest folks have bought an
auto for Jas. Kunst, village marshal.
Fred Anderson, 901 Townsend,
dropped dead. Heat stroke.
Cook county bought auto bus to
carry children from Juvenile home
to juvenile court.
Prof. A. B. Hart, Harvard, says mi
litia shouldn't be kept on border.
Skeleton found at new buildipg,
1510 N. State.
John W. Miller, 40 S. Grove av.,
suicide. Hanged himself.
Harry Bonner, 2030 Washington
bid., filed charges against Serg't Pe
ter O'Neil, Lake street station. Says
he tried to arrest him while intoxi
cated. A. Jacobson, jeweler, Heyworth
bldg., swallowed diamond by acci
dent. Mrs. Johanna Salberg, Sag Bridge,
HI., died of burns when clothes
flight fire from basoline stove.
Chas. Penkowski, 18, arrested for
murder of Henry Karp, 17.
Mildred Keegan, 3905 N. Hoyne av.,
given six months' sentence by Judge
Caverly for stealing $5 worth of
goods from Boston Store.
Jos. Decova, newsboy, 916 E. 41st,
Tillie Finkelstein, 11, 1012 Loomis,
fell two stories. "Serious condition.
Sheriff Traeger's men arrested six
for betting at Hawthorne race track.
Jose Morales, Mexico, tried suicide
by poison and shooting. Will live.
Mrs. Laura B. Hunting committed
suicide by poison at Coloma, Mich.
"Noisy" Kelly, marine fireman,
drowned in river at Orleans st
Auto of Mrs. Frank Stewart, Heb
ron, HI., turned turtle. No one hurt
Ida Ploch, 1325 S. Avers av., lost
gold watch and pin.
Judge may dismiss jury in case
against Louis Cheromokos, cafe
John Marshall, village marshal of
La Grange, shot by robbers, recover
Jerome Dunne, son of governor, to
work as $3-a-day farmer during va
cation. Judge Jos. Sabath assigned to
Mrs. Katherine Flynn, 1023 N. La
Salle, took poison after quarrel with
husband. May recover.
John Tardose, 3543 Belmont av.,
robbed of $700 by pickpockets.
Gilbert M. Farris, Mayfield, Ky., hit
by I. C. train. Dead.
Seven men and women hurt when
Berwyn-Lyons car left track. (),
uoi. ueo. t-aoyan s pet alligator
Beared bathers at Fox Lake.
Fred Gerhardt, 15 months, 1729
Mozart, took poison by accident.
Jacob Uhlrich, 3455 N. Halsted,
held up by two armed men; $12 and
Catholic church has bought prop
erty on east side of Rush st, between.