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gan av., died irom injuries sus
tained when motorcycle he was
riding' was struck by Lincoln av.
car at Roscoe blvd.
Thomas Roach "pkyfully"
turned in fire alarm at Illinois and
Rush sts. When firemen got
through with him Tom was re
moved'to E. Cbkag Av. Stajtion.
Thomas En right, W. Madison
and Peoria sts knocked down
and injured "by Harrison sfc. car at
Desplairjes st. Car company am
bulance hurried victim to County
WhSe Alexander S. Tetze and
wife, 5828 Kenmore av., were in
front room playing cards burglar
entered sitting room, separated
by portieres, and escaped with
jewels and money amounting to
John Core, 39, contractor, 156
S. 19th av., Maywood, and Wil
liam .Green, 35, painter, May
wood, seriously injured in col
lision of two trains on Aurora, El
gin & Chicago Electric" Railroad
at 5th av. grade crossing near
Unidentified man found dying
of fractured skull at W. Erie and
Noble sts. Papers found on cloth
ing borenaine of Alex Peterson.
Guy Guernsey and William B.
Austin are"scrapping for the pres
idency of the Hamilton Club.
William Jennings Bryan was in
Chicago yesterday on way to
Louisville. Just laughing himself
sick over Taft-Rooseyelt fight.
Body of Jean Yick Qwong,
wealthy silk importer of Jiong
Kong, who died in Chicago, was
shipped to China yesterday after
usual Chinese rites had been ob
served. Detectives frorn Schuettler's
office yesterday raided office 115
S. Dearborn wrecked vault and
secured g a m b 1 i.n g evidence.
Frank Stone and Arthur Jackson
Fire attacked works of Cook
Linoleum Co., 1444 Hawthorne
av. $5,000 damages.
Two motorcycles collided at.
W. 103rd st. and Ewing av. One
rider, Andrew Oskerso, 21, 8497
Baltimore av., butcher, had leg
broken. Mrs. H. Morris, 10248'
Avenue L, and'Mrs W. H. Jones,
Hammond, Ind., bystanders, were
HE KNEW THEM.
Grandpa Johnny, you mustn't '
kill the little birds. They havt
doneyou no harm.
Johnny Yes, they have. They
are" the ones that are always tell
ing on me." "