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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Members of legislature favor spe
cial session to grant means qf al
lowing militiamen now oil border
duty right to vote.
Serg't Raymond K. Darrow, Chi
cago, member of Co. K, First infant
ry, died of perontinitis at San An
tonio. Country faces shortage of freight
Five women and one man caught
in raid at White House inn, near
Blue Island. Booked as inmates of
Chicago Univ. advanced quarterly
tuition tee from $40 to $50.
David McGraw, 337 S. Lavernge
av., and son, Leo, 12, drowned at
Deer Lick, Mich.
Mrs. Elizabeth Boytos, Detroit,
traveling to Chicago with sister,
Margaret Ehas, 5, drank poison on
train. Trouble with husband. May
Chas. E. Cassman, 819 E. 55th,
died while undergoing operation in
office of Dr. J. M. Auld, Mailers bldg.
Dietrich C. Peters dropped from
city payrool because he owed bill of
$8.25 to Western Casket & Under
Mrs. Genevieve Malloy, 3234 W.
Fulton, suicide. Leaped from 5th
floor of Psycopathic hospital. Tem
Wm. J. Lawrence, 14, 517 W. 64th,
missing since Monday. Mother fears
he has drowned.
Three women and two children
hurt when auto of S, W. Levine, 4932
Indiana av., collided with Halsted st
Otto Siewerth, 1436 Irving Park
blvd., hurt when motorcycle hit autd
of Carl Shelini, Evanston.
Anne Martin, suffrage leader," in
Chicago to open war on Pres. Wilson.
Unidentified man killed by train
at River Grove.
Nursery established at board of re
view. ''Mothers can leave childrer
while they arjgue- tax complaint?
Stephen Racheff, Madison, III.,
held up ond robbed of $50. E. John
son, negro, and J. Evans held by
James R. Garfield named by
Hughes managers to take charge of
organizing women in equal suffrage
J. S. McCullough, widower of Myr
tle Reed, novelist, filed suit for $10,--000
against Mrs. E. A. Reed, mother
of novelist Says money is due, from
sale of wife's manuscripts.
Vera Rosenberg, 16, 8215 Eber
hart av., shot and wounded near her
home. Boy scouts blamed. Shoot
ing believed accident
Thos. Courtney, former constable,
pleaded guilty to robbing home of J
F. Kletzing, 4229 N. Ashland av. One
to twenty years his sentence.
Wm., Movnihan. 19. 3137 tr..n.
held to grand jury for taking $73
from employers, John Harper & Co
222 W. Monroe. Said he want n'
Four Evanston homes robbed. No
Frank Parizek, pres. III. Brass Co.,
226 W. Ontario, saw two men take
his auto. Fired shots at them.
They escaped with car. "
,nM,ailri?e Rosiberg, shoemaker,
1944 Wilmot av, left wife and three
children in Seyniour, Conn., three
years ago. Caught last night
W. Walters arrested on charge of
stealing two Ford cars while on way
Parents forgive Loretta Dooley,
5520 Cornell "av.. who oinnoi ttru.
Harold Smyth, civil engineer. Couple
iiuw iu o. uaKoia.
Police seeking man who threw
brick through $100 plate glass win
dow of D. J. Burke & Co., '751 W.
County board to discuss plan to
place tablet in County hospital in
memory of late Dr. Christian Fenger.
Jacob Jonas, 3707 Wabansia av.,
sued Mrs. Marie Jbnas.,1899 nhiram.