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state factory- inspect ion commis
sion, is jpolicy Illinois surgeons
have adopted. Adds examination
of factory employes has disclosed
100 cases' of "doubt."
"Since the early trains for the
city have been put on, the Oak
Park men have no time for fam
ily prayers; they have to catch
the train," says Graham Stuart,
secretary of the Oak Park Y. M.
And if they are anything like
the Halsted street cars, the men
have no inclination for prayer.
Nineteen members of crews of
tugs, Andrew H. Green and Har
ry C. Lydon imprisoned by ice for
eleven hpurs yesterday in the
lake 8 miles from shore. Another
tug sent to their .assistance, and
ice was broken.
Morris Bakergrocer, 871 Rush
street, shot and seriously -wounded
by hold-up men last night. He
resisted them when "they opened
his cash drawer; and shpotingfol
lowed. Lieut John E. Egan and eight
of his subordinates at the Stan
ton avenue station charged 'with
neglect of duty and inefficiency
by civil .service commission.
William. C. Morgan found on
sixth floor of the Auditorium of
fice building in scanty attire.
Fined $10 by Judge Scully.
And people wert paying real
money to see Mary Garden run
pneumonia risk a few floors below-
Fred Goodman, 1516 Clybourn
av.e., probably fatally -injured by
fall down, eleyator shaft -in- new
bfl'ilding at 103 S. Jefferson st.
Police arrested two men giving
the names of John Walsh,' N'.
Sangamon st, and Thomas Joyce
N. Claremont stlast night and
recovered $700 worth of sweaters
and other goods that had heen
stolen fromAlex Bernstein, W
Madison St., Friday night.
Dense smoke from locomotive?
running below the viaduct at W.
Chicago ave., caused a north
bound Halsted car to run into an
east-bound Chicago ave. car last
night. Ten persons injured.
Half an hour after being ar-
rested for disorderly conduct,
Michael Dressier, 33, informed
policeman that he had been shot
in the right foot. Hospital. The
man accused by Dressier was ar
rested, charged with assault.
A dozen families were driven'
from their homes last night when'4
a fire started in the basement of
flat "building 4019 and 4021 Calu-
met ave. $25,000 loss.
Two men entered store of Ig
natius Spoyt, E. 64th st, last"
night and one asked to have but
ton sewed on his coat The men
gave Spoyt a $5 bill, which he
went next door to get changed.'
Men got away with $500 out of
the cash drawer. -
Jane Addams hall, in honor of
Miss Jane Addams of the Hull'
House, was the name suggested
by the Quarterly of the Univer---sity
of Illinois for the women's
building upon the completion of
the $150,000 addition. x-
Mrs. Hulda Jacobs, a dressmak-
er, 'reported to police her apart
ment on thesecond-floor-at',2021