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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING
Eloe Cherry, 16, 729 S. Lombard
av., hurt by auto of Mildred Joclyn,
Wm. Boyd, 2422 Fulton, drunken
negro, arrested after voicing threats
against white race.
Margaret Spivak, 6, 2813 S. Ridge
Way av.,hurt by street car.
Celia Burgstrong, 3423 W. North
av., hurt when street car hit motor
cycle. John Donkiewicz, laborer, killed by
blast in quarry at Chicago Heights.
Chas. Wilie, T. J. Miller and R. J.
Cunningham fined $10 and costs each
for betting on races.
Mrs. Emily Rowley, 1456 W. Van
Buren, died from effects of heat
Joseph Lister, wealthy glue maker,
Lewis Fitzgerald, private detective,
arrested on charge of Mrs. Anna Wis
liewska that he stole $85 worth of
goods from home.
Dr. A. E. Price, 1160 Van Buren,
fined $5 for calling Dr. Paul Joyce,
Desplaines st. ambulance surgeon, a
Olaf B. Olsen indicted on charge
of embezzling $6,607 from A. C. Mc
Clurg & Co.
Judge Fich denied injunction to
S. D. Childs & Co. to restrain city
from building bridge at Monroe sL
Howard T. Hartell, 36, 750 N.
State, missing since June 3.
James Hobart Moore, 64, financier,
died at Lake Geneva.
Abe Tuckhan, mgr. Sterling hotel
505 S. 5th av., sued for $10,000 by
Arthur O. Oden, former employe. Al
Judge Landis ordered Det Serg't
Harry B. Power to pay $335 debt to
two former landladies.
Chas. Oliver, 8, 6052 S. Kildare av.,
and Gut Hulquist, 834 W. 59th Bt,
bitten by dogs.
Marvin Brown, 3, 4949 Champlain
Wm. L. Klewert, inventor, eloped
with. Edna Wolff, 1711 Fremont.
Robert Gilbert, 12, address un
known, killed by train.
Frank Sandargas, 46 S. Paulina,
arrested on charge of throwing beer
bottle at auto of W. H. Durahd, 3443
Edw. Kramsky, 2413 S. Avers av.,
killed himself after bad dream.
Edw. Butler, 2343 N. Crawford, hit
by car. Leg broken.
Lillian Peters, 10, Niles Center,
killed by train.
John Comer, 17, tried to escape
from St Charles School for Boys.
Nathalie Herman, 19, found guilty
of con game. One to ten years.
Late Jas. G. Moulton, art dealer,
left $7,400 to Mary Jane Gilbert,
Parents of Loretta A. Kinnally deny
her engagement to Elmer ""Glesen.
Albert Owen, clerk, arrested on the
charge of stealing from employer,
Prank W. Kraemer, druggist, 5969
Harris Trust & Savings bank
closed from 11 a. m. to noon today
during funeral of Norman W. Harris,
Wm. Brinton, Dixon, announced
he's in fight against Gov. Dunne for
Michael JVovik, 1432 S. Halsted,
drowned in swimming tank- at West
Park No. 2.
Negro chauffeur ran away -after
auto hit Anna Hadies, 6, 1808 S.
Throop. Fred Ellss, 1347 Van Buren,
riding in carl held by police.
Hugo Krause, sup't of Municipal
pier, wants Chicago av. carline ex
tended to pier.
Frank Kraskiwicz, honor convict
at Joliet, drowned in quarry. -
Mrs. Mabel Stevenson, charged
with poisoning baby, held to grand
Body of August K. Gellert, Ham
mond, Ind., found hanging from tree.
Helen Stouffer, Cedar papids, alias
Helen Becker, paroled forbear. At-