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-&rTtspvffr-r field Park pavillion for trying to uirt with Mrs. Matilda Mease, 4117 W. Madison. Witnesses say !A.schin makes a business of "flirt- Dr. Henry Steibi, police ambu lance physician, pursued and cap tured Joseph Cash, 637 Orleans St.? after he had broken away jfrom Policeman Sullivan. Sullivan had arrested Cash and his brother Michael for creating a disturbance at W. Madison and Desplaines sts. V Henry Grinke, 1719 Keenon St., laborer, cut his throat. Despond ent over ill health.' County 'hos pital.. Will recover. ' Oscar. Weaver, motorman, slightly injured when a freight train on the Grand Trunk Ry. struck nd tipped over a Kedzie ave. street car at 49th st. -John Vadland, painter for Chi cago and Northwestern Ry., kill ed by train -at viaduct at N. He man ave. and Kinzie st. . John Collins, negro, jwho mur dered William Gloor, saloon keeper on W. Kinzie st., near .Wells st., sentenced to fourteen years in pen. Charles Angel, 11, 6414 Jack son ave., drowned in lake off 51st st. pier while bathing. ! Charles Green, 6r 3218 Illinois .court, caught in merry-go-round arW. 31s,and Quinn sts. Sun 'day, is dead from injuries. f Device was owned by Frank Coversam, 10442 Wentworth ave. Frank Daviero and Michael Sabatinelli,. .fined $300 and costs each and sentenced to. six months in Bridewell on charge of pander- T ing. Were prosecuted by Mrs. Net tie Marlowe, who has been work ing in a nickle show in Milwau kee. , T2mil English, found uncon scious in ,gas filled room in hoard ing house at 948 LaSalle ave. Passavant hospital. Revived. Believed to have been accidental. Mrs. Mary Moore, 4436 S. la Salle st., found with revolver cpn ceale,d on" her person. $200 and costs. J. J. Carson, 81, 1429 Ogden ave., struck by State st. car at Madison st. Dead. r Gunther Golitz, inventor and contractor, x under arrest on charge of passing forged checks. - Eight complaints have been made against Golitz by restau rantand"saloonkeepers. Frank Swan, saloonkeeper, 640f S. Park ave., arrested for selling liquor without license. Four months ago his license was revoked when a man in his saloon was rbbbed of $75 by a girl. Second Baptist, church, color ed, of Evanston, will build $30,000 church. Will be erected at Ben son ave. and Church st, the site of the present church. Dr. Gottfried Koehler, assist ant c6mmissioner of health, wa"s told by pedestrian that there was smallpox at 3133 S. Lawndale ave. On investigation he found that five children at that address had the disease. Hospital. Mrs. Alice Nelson, widow, 1949 N. Francisco ave., arrested on charges preferred by her son-in-i Iteil in. (iVttomterjfoMk.