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Simon Hallen, 1231 Wellington
St., instantly killed when milk
wagon he was driving was struck
by Northwestern Elevated train
on Sacramento av. near East
wood av. Horse killed and wagon
White Rate' Union of vaude
ville actors have prepared star
theatrical performance for benefit
of Federated Newspaper Printing
Trades, to be held at Star and
Garter, Saturday night.
Engineer averted collision be
tween inbound I. C. train and two
overturned freight cars near E
26th s't. Passengers' congratulated
engineer, who brought train to
stop within two feet of cars.
Lee M. Hart was chosen secre
tary and treasurer of Internation
al Union of Stage Employes at
annual convention in Peoria.
Burglars broke into flat of N.
'A. Stern, 4439 Calumet av., and
stole jewelry4 valued at $1,000,
half of which belonged to Lillian
Otto Mattaschek, who was ar
rested by Chicago police in con
nection with Villisca, la., murder,
has been reelased.
Katherine Blake, N. Y., who
was Grace Strachan's manager in
her campaign for presidency N.
E. A., declared today that her
candidate had been double-crossed
by Chicago delegation.
Teachers will not decide on
place for 1913 convention until
next fall. Will then choose be
tween St. Paul, Pueblo and Seat
tle. , Mrs. J. L. Worrell, 3842 Cot
tage Grove ave., said She would
starve self until son, Thomas J.
Williams, 19, who disappeared
July 1, returns.
Blames Annie Pecher, 1022
Aberdeen St., for his disappear
ance, but she denies it.
Deneen, after balancing him
self on fence until he could find
out t what side looked softest to
fall on, announced very dramatic
ally that he would "not repudiate
his party" but would stick to
Chicago society folks are all
"het" up over report that Prin
cess Patricia, daughter of Duke
of Connaught, is to visit here.
Thomas Richards, 908 O'Neil
st., killed when he fell down ele
vator shaft in building at W. Su
perior and Kingsbury sts.
Antone Wallace, 40, living in
vicinity of W. 34th and S. Mor
gan sts., crushed to death when
he was caught between 2 cars at
County Traction Co., Berwyn.
John T. West, N. Y. City, filed
suit for divorce against Mrs. Jos
ephine West, who has been living
with sister, Emma L. Winter, 127
Keystone av., River Forest. Nam
ed Dr. John S. Billings, physician
of N. Y. Stock Exchange.
Roosevelt's new party, with
Medill McCormick leading scrap,
formally knocked chip off De
neen's shoulder and announced
they would put entire state ticket
Police searching for man who
threw acid through window into
faces of Mrs. P. G. Howard, 4828
W. Lake St., and her son, Arthur,
18. Both painfully burned.
Eugene T. Savage, Art Insti-
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