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iiaped' by company ambulance
and taken to Sheridan hospital.
Virginia Brooks, who cleaned
up West Hammond, Ind., wants
to clean up Chicago. Says she
can do it if she starts, too.
Wm. Neathercock, Muskegon
ave. and E. 112th St., killed at
170th st. by Chesapeake & Ohio
Three separate fires found in
home of Mrs. J. Cook, 3356 N.
Marshfield ave. All put out.
Family not at home at time.
Joseph W. Powder, 615 Gre
gory st, drowned in Crystal lake.
Couldn't swim. Didn't think !
water was deep.
Walter Zunda, 1420 W. Su
perior st., shot and fatally wound
ed self because he was jealous of
Mary Halverson, 1828 Indiana
ave., opium fiendtook too much
of the Black Smoke. Died.
Coroner's jury decided that
Mrs. Emma Miller, 2343 N.
Marshfield ave., who died of gas
asphyxiation Wednesday, killed
her 10 months' old baby and com
mitted suicide. ,
C. W. Stansell, wealthy Ala
bama merchant, crawled out of
y Congress hotel window and tried
ta climb down piping. Fell. May
die of injuries.
When Stansell was picked up,
he was still conscious, dr con
scious enough to say : "Gimme a
Mrs. C. Mulqueen, 57, 1543 W.
12th st., died at, County hospital
of burns suffered When greasein
frying pan caught fire.
Albert Marks is dying at Coun-
ty hospital of jumping from
speeding Chicago ave. car at Ar
mour st. to get his hat.
United Charities has sent out
appeal for funds to carry on sum
1125 University of Chicago co
eds heard Mjss Jane Addams talk,
on equal suffrage in Mandel hall.
One of the county commission
ers is said to have been stealing
butter and eggs, from Oak Forest
If a county commissioner has
been doing so, then it isn't neces
sary to look outside Chicago to
find the world's meanest man.
B. C. Conway, steward, and
Peter Burg, food inspector, at
Oak Forest, already stand charg
ed'with stealing steaks and chops.
Mrs. Frances Miska, 63, 5437
Lincoln st., shot four times by
John Strine while giving her 1-year-old
granddaughter an air
ing. No motive known Strine
John M. Conroy, 3705 Cottage
Grove ave., street car conductor,
dropped dead in his hbme. Heart
disease made worse by heat.
. Paul C. Hull, superintendent of
second class matter in Chicago
postoffice, and former newspaper
man, died at Brimfield, 111. Con
sumption. Miss Ingebaig Asp, 3721 Ash
land ave., went back aboard
steamer Puritan to look for dia
mond pin, and while she was look
ing, steamer started for St. Jos
Bomb exploded in home of
John Heuss, 6220 S. Green st. No
one hurt, nor anyone arrested
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