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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
' Howard .Garrity, 14, N.. Ash
jland av. and Wellington st, ac
cidentally shot and seriously
wounded Edward Rossman, 14,
1710 Barry avv his companion.
., ,Miss Arina De Vore, 6109
jVentworth av., fell into river in
fear of 76 W. Water st. Two po
licemen and two citizens formed
jiuman chain and, pulled her out.
JVVill recover. t
- 16 negroes arrested at 4106 S.
State st. in raid on dice game.
.Geo. P. Lee booked as keeper.
Chas. Stroder, 2704 Lowe av.,
is shy one horse. The horse, at
tached to wagon, was hit by State
st car at 40th st. Shot. .
Wm. Deacon, 21 N. May st,
teamster, found dead iir bed.
- . Geo. L. Bowerman, 1332 Gran
yille av., asked police to help him
gainadmittance to Chicago Ath
letic Club, where he searched for
man he says insulted his wife.
Identified John Berwin, 1541 As
tor st, who says he does not
know Bowerman's wife.
Henry and Theodore Kerr, II
and 13, 438 S. Peoria st, and
James Stevens, 12, found "armed
to the teeth" looking for Indians
on prairie near Maywood.
i Harry Green tried to pick
pocket of man on Halsted st car
at 18th st.It was a detective. Ar
rested. Chicago postoffice is leading
postoffice center in country for
first time in history.
AlfredJoldraan, bond sales-;
man, says he will not eat or sleep
until his wife returns. She was
Miss Dorothy Antler, 2532 N,.
Kedzie av., before her marriage.
Missing since Monday.
Oscar Johnson, chauffeur1 for
Mrs. Albert Loeb, wife of vice
president of Sears, Roebuck &
Co., arrested for speeding. $100
bonds. Trial set for Sept 18.
Miss Mary Werner, 1936 Howe
st, robbed of handbag while on
Ravenswood station of North
Straw vote was taken in the
audience at the' Palace Music
Hall last night: Roosevelt, 230;
Wilson, 229; Taft, 97; Debs, 15.
Hyman Stein, 1626 W. Divis
ion st, carpenter, fell while at
work on church at N. Albany av.
and Walnut st Seriously injured.
Mrs. C. F. Stimson, 60, 122 S.
64th av., Oak Park, found dead
sitting in rocking chair. Dead
nearly two days.
Anna Vavrinec, 8, 2650 S. St
Louis av., burned when her cloth
ing caught fire Tuesday from a
bonfire, is dead.
Dr. W. S. Schrayer, 927 Noble
st, found supposed dynamite
bomb on rear porch. Took it to
the police station. -3 dozen eggs.
Former Police Inspector A. F.
Campbell, 60, hit by auto of T. F.
Monahan, 51 E. 44th st, at La
Salle st and Jackson blvd." Se
Rev. Edward Kowelski, rector
of St Mary Magdalena church,
S. Chicago; Rev. Mr. Czajkowski,
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