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home of John Razyna, 424 W. In-djana-st.
May recover. Love af
Jane Nisson, 14, knocked down
and injured at Oak Park av. and
Lake st. by auto driven by Gus
tave R, Peterson, 5208 Superior.
Hugh "J. Topping, secretary
Firemen's Benevolent Associa
tion, stationedatl4th and Dear
born sts., while sleeping in bunk,
dreamt he heard alarm. Attempt
ed to slide down pole, slipped and
John Stines, Shermansville,
caught John Albert attempting
to break into his house this morn
ing. Marched'him to Glencoe po
lice station at point of gun.
- Marie Hoffert, 29, 747 W. 70th
stv disappeared Monday while on
wafolhome of friend. Had $50
in purse; diamond ring and a sig
Aileen Marcher, 6, 1244 La' Salle
av., knocked down and injured by
street car at.N. Clark and W. Oak
sts. Fender, saved life.
C. R. Barrios, 1608 WBSnzie,
got judgment for $200 against:
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
railroad. Pet dog was struck and
killed by one of their trains.
Louis Murray, 2, tried for kill
ing Charles Garpow in Hotel Ar
cade, Sept. 11, 1911, was acquitted
yesterday. Murray, when a child,
had a premonition that he would
some day be tried for' murder.
Unidentified laborer, 40, killed I
near Blue Island by Chicago,
Rock Island and Pacifio railroad
John Jensen shot through left
lung at N. California and Devon 1
av. by Detective Stark, Summer
dale station, after he had drawn
knife on officer, who attempted
to arrest him for annoying
women. Jensen may die.
Hilmar Schledal, 24, 1535
Wieland st., who attempted sui
cide Wednesday by turning on
gas, arraigned before Judge Cav
erley, sayspersecution "by loan
sharks droVe hini to it.
Nine persons were bitten by
dogs in Chicago yesterday.
" George Torpey, teamster, fined
$1 and costs for cursing at Cath
olic priest, after he had narrow
ly missed running over him at
Harrison and State.
Three -wealthy bachelors have
agreed to adopt babies in accord
ance with plan suggested at Illi
nois Congress for Mothers. ,
Mysterious suit for $15,000
filed by Emily J. Munroe againsf.
Hulda E. Mallin.
Robert Knox, horticulturist,
Wmnetka, fined $10 by Judge
Boyer for selling infected trees.
Moses May, salesman, 5301
Princeton ave., hanged himself
from hinges on dpor. Despond
ent over Alness.
John McDennott 35, teamster,
fell from seat of wagon he was
driving. Wheels , passed over
Council committee of health de
partment recommends ordinance
prohibiting children from selling
merchandise on streets at night
Hortense Webb, 2136 Armour
av., jriven judgment for $812
against Charles Lee, 115 W.
Madison, Claims he cheated her
in sale of 44 cans-of opium.