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down at Lake st. and 5th ave,
Maywood, b' auto belonging to
Henry C. Pegram, insurance
broker, 902 Sd. Third ave., May
wood, and driven by Earl McCar
, they, 18. Severe bruises.
Unidentified man found dead
on Chicago & Northwestern
tracks, Maywood. Believed kill
ed by freight train. Tramp giv
ing name of John Miller discover-,
ed body, protests innocence.
Body of unknown man in Chi
cago river near 18th st. bridge.
Had been in water about a week.
No marks of violence discovered.
Arthur Shell, 27, shot twice
and. perhaps fatally wounded by
his father, John Shell, 2426 La
Salle st., after he had called td
see his wife, who is the elder
rtThe Chief considers 450 men
sufficient t ocope with any situa
tion that may arise (in the freight
strike), while he fears that 526
policemen are too few to "handle
the difficulties created by the
pressmen, stereotypers, drivers
and newsboys." Tribune.
The "difficulties created" being
the difficulties of inducing the
people to buy non-union news
papers, and of. preventing the
public from exacting vengeance
when one of Hearst's sluggers
slugs a newsboy.
"C. F. Van Marn, 1459 Grand
avenue, was arrested at Madison
and Halsted streets after he had
attacked Edward E. Mariott, a
reporter for the Chicago Exam
iner, Mariott had volunteered to
sell papers." Tribune.
One of the particular kinds of
human beings Ave do not under
stand is a reporter who volun
teers" to become a strike break
er, a reporter who goes out of his
way to take the bread out of the
mouths of strikers and their fam
ilies. A reporter generally has seen
at first hand much of the misery
of the world and generally he is
not very ready to run around
"volunteering" to become strike
breaker. Edward Larsen, 22, 7726 Mon
roe st., Forest Park, thrown from
motor-cycle after collision with
auto at Marion and Superior sts.
Seriously injured. Auto driver
J. W. Fishery 32, Grenshaw st,
knocked down by auto, driven
and owned by A. S. Beamseuper,
2864 Evanston -ave., at Monroe
and Wabash, today. Severe7 in
juries. Joseph Hirsch, 16, 1233 John
ston st., fell while attempting to
board Cottage Grove ave. car at
Monroe and Wabash Fractured
ankle. ' v ,
Frank Dunlap, 55, engineer,
6136 So. May st., fell 'from Haj
sted st car at Madison and Clark.
S. E. Rowe, 70S So. Ashland
ave., run down by auto of S. A.
Herr, 224 So. Oak Park ave., at
Jackson and Wabash. Skull frac
tured and many other injuries..
Jas. Callahan, 40, 449 So. Clark
st, caught between 2 cars this
morning at Clark and, VanBtiren.
Leslie Kearney, 20, arrested
this morning by two policemen
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