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Andrew Chipka 4529 S.
Marshfiel4 ave., fell from plat
form of Ashland ave car and
fractured his skull, v
According to Dean Sumner, the
lid has blown higher than a kite
on the West Side,
, Probably ,the .administration
has things workings tQ its'awnsat
is'factiori now. There may be a
new batch of "collectors'' on the
Marie Krejrck, 23, 1036 Wells
, St., attempted suicide by gas.
Mrs, Ida Heller, 1441 Turner
ave.v, mother of 1-month baby,
committed suicide by diving from
Anton Carlson, 1104Townsend
St., fined $100 f,or beating .wife. "
Fred Devine, 15, 624D J&hgley
ave., ten trom sna storys-Kuii,
Martin J. Corliss policeman,
Englewood station, discharged
for refusal to work after recov
ering Jrqm injuries.
Fred Huber, insane, 2136 Le
moyne st., escaped from Elgin?
asylum; committed suicide, under
heavijy loade wagon.
, Mrs. Mabelle ScotV 671, Belle
vue place, held to rand jiiry for
operating confidence' game.
Newly built mill of American
Sheet and Tin Plate Co., Gary,
Jnd., idle through lack of skilled
help. ' X
Leslie M. Dietrich, 22, 5050'
Drexel blvd, aresed, attempting
to pass worthless check Posed
asJDetective W. J. Burns' son.
Gharles Pearce. 50. 251 No.
Hbyne ave., arrested on charges 1
made .by Kuth Miller, 9, '1758
John Lapp, 55, 8970 Wallace
st., handed himself.
Peter V. Cjuihot, 90, last Chi
cago stage coach driver, died "at
Shabbonna, UK s
Regina Potaczyk and Anna
Zukqwiezznwna, Polish, girls,
found asphyxiated rear of restau
rant 1914 $lue Islandave.
Fiye children, none oyer 8
years, were bitten by vicious dogs
in various parts of the city-yesterday.
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OttR PRECISE ARTiST ,
"Ring around arosy,-' ;
, O 0-5
'And onlv four vears asm thtrv
were calling each other Teddy
and Will. Now what they say in
private couldn't be printed in a
model family oaoer like The Dav
ook. It might even be barred
frcjnifthe Vice Report -
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