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Body of. Walter Seymour, U. S.
K, 11920 S. Michigan ave.,
drowned in lake June 29, when
.. rowboat capsized, recovered by
life saving crew.
Motive for shooting of Nick
Fahtria, 108 E. 20th-st., by Sal
fc vatore Marino, still mystery. Fal
aria died at St. Luke's hospital.
Marino is in Bridewell hospital,
suffering from bullet wound in
W. I. Schermerhorn and L. R.
Schermerhorn, partners in Scher
merhorn Bros. Co., sentenced to
county jail for indefinite term by
Judge McGoorty for contempt of
v court. Wouldn't produce books.
Chicago didn't get away with
its "sane" Fourth so well Thurs
day after all.
Anna Fasso, 20, 457 N. Center
ave., died at Grace hospital of bul
let Wound last night.
The bullet w,as fired by Chris-
tian Iverson, 453 N. Center ave.,
who was "celebrating." Iverson
was not arrested. ,
Mrs. Frances Miska, 4537 S.
Lincoln ave., Miss Florence Web
er, 3553 Wrightwood ave., and
Miss Rose Kidka, 4555 Justine st.,
also were shot, but none of them
is expected to die.
There wasn't a kid. in Chicago
allowed to fire off a cannon on the
I Fourth. But a lot of full-grown
lunatics were allowed, to amuse
themselves and kill their neigh
"bors with revolvers.
Bessie Miller, 9, 6037 Monroe
ave., died of injuries suffered in
fall from second story window at
6017 Monroe ave.
Con mencollected $500 by pos
ing as advance representatives of
Ancient Order of Hibernians,
which is to hold convention here
Melvin Jones, teamster, badly
hurt when wagon was jammed
against L pillar by Lake st. car
at N. LaSalle ancLLake sts.
Myjros Finnerman, 17, 1130 S.
Hermitage ave., badly injured by
auto which knocked him from bi
cycle at Montana st. and Shef
field ave. Woman in auto order
ed chauffeur to put on full speed'
Launch Illinois rammed by
launch Silver Spray. Miss Anna
Staska, Congress hotel employe,
injured. Taken to hospital.
Mrs. Emma H. Bell suing K.
H. Bell, former Supt. of Ham-,
mond Packing Co., for separate
maintenance. Other "Mrs. Bells"
cropping up all over country.
J. H. Rowell, 3910 W. 63rd st,
held at Englewood police station
pending investigation into his
sanity on complaint of wife.
Mayor Harrison has gone fish
ing at Lake Owassa, Mich.
Harrison's friends hope he will
have better success on this fish
ing trip than on the one he took,
to Baltimore. '
T. Kadel, wanted for theft at
St. Joe, Mich., jumped from deck'
of steamer-Charles McVeagh into
river to escape arrest. Didn't suc
ceed. Albert Marks, 862 N. Ashland '
ave., who was to have married.
Mary Malatski, 1313 W.-Chicago
ave., died in County hospital'from '
injuries suffered in jump from-
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