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tirer W. V. O'Connell, charging
him with appropriating to his
own use $50,000 belonging to
county and demanding an ac
counting. H. G. Reid, chauffeur, arrested
for speeding. Said he was in car
track and heard noise in back of
him and speeded to get out of way
of what he thought was a street
car. It was, a motor cop. Dis
charged. Miss Mary Cummings, 3339
Park av. ;.W. J. Summers, 6427 S.
Green st. ; Irene Connerty, 6756
Langley av. ; Grace Nulthauf,
6036 Bishop st. ; Alta Roberts. 713
S. Harvey av., Oak Park, and
John McGinty injured when ele
vator in Merchants' Loan &
Trust bldg., 112 W. Adams st.,
fell from sixth floor to basement.
No one hurt when elevator fell
few feet in Criminal Court bldg.
Unidentified man about 35
found dead in front of 2234 N.
College of Physicians and Sur
geons here, one of oldest medical
schools in city, yesterday became
property of University of Illinois.
Col. N. W. McChesney, leader
in affairs of Committee of 100,
has notified 3d Ward Republican
Club that he would enter race for
Jas. Cowder, 2022 Park av.,
railroad man and organizer of
railroad men's Roosevelt Club
during last campaign, was in
dorsed as Progressive candidate
for alderman of 14th Ward.
Wm. A. Cunnea, contesting
State Att'y Hoyne, increased his
gain to 289 votes yesterday in the
recount being conducted under
direction of Judge Baldwin.
Mrs. Lottie Newman, 1823 S.
Michigan av.. and Irving Land
grass. 1160 Gault ct., arrested in
room at Quincy Hotel. 15 Ouincy.
Fred Schultz, body guard of
Italian merchant, missing. Mys
tery. Believed work of Black
Eight more men arrested in
Woodlawn as suspects of recent
WHICH ONE DO YOU THI
NK WILSON WILL NAME?
Prof. L. H. Bailey.
Dr. H. W. Wiley.