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an if it hadn't been for that old
pearl Jum wouldn't be in the fix
heisan' me-anJ the kids wouldn't
be. starving- the last two years."
1- " 'LTENEWS
"Champaign, 111. Claude Bur
gener, Mowequa, 111., graduate of
University of Illinois, found dead
in room. Police clai mhe com
mitted suicide 3 days ago.
East Las Vegas. Jack John
son announced this afternoon
that he would attempt to knock
Flynn out in first round tomor
row. Mrs. Olga Spears, Glen Ellyn,
shot herself this afternoon while
examining gun preparatory to
killing dog suffering with rabies.
St. Luke's hospital. Serious con
dition. Washington. Senate rejected
House bill revising schedule of
Madrid. 5 persons killed and
25 badly injured when street car
and train collided at El Grao,
Paris. Practically all dockers
at Dunkirk, France, went out on
strike in sympathy with seamen,
who have been out since June 18.
Tacoma, Wash. 5 persons
probably fatally injured by back
fire cannon during performance
of "Conquest of Mexico," at Sta
dium. Brussels. Belgian laborites
will try and raise $5,000,000 for
pupose of financing general strike
at end of year.
Charles J. Schoenfeld, 55, own
er of rooming house 309 W. Elm
st, accused of firing 3 shots
through floor at Michael jVolrini
who was in room below; Claimed
he was shooting rats. Fined $50
Chicago polite searching -for
George, Williams wanted' m St
Louis for murder.
All the papers this morning
scented murder in death of Mrs.
Annie Neary, 33, 1732 N. Hum
boldt st., who was found dead in
bed with 2 "mysterious" hatpin
wounds on breast On further ex
amination they proved to be pim
ples. Louis Hagenbuchef, 32, ship-,
ping clerk White Paper Co., 219
W. Monroe st, fell to his death
down elevator shaft this after
noon. John Burgruth, 606 Wright
wood ave., and William Blatz,
5706 N. Ashland ave., overcome
by gas in basement of Grand
Opera House bldg. Revived by
Medill McCormick has sent let
ters to 27 of 29 Republican nom
inees for presidential elector,
wanting to know how they stand
in regard to Taft and Roosevelt.
Kansas' is beginning her annual
howl for harvest hands just when
everybody's thinking of vacation.
May -Have Loud Fourth
Thunderstorms Generally fair
weather tonight and Thursday,
except local thunderstorms are
probable for Chicago and vicin
ity; continued warm; moderate
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