Preshyterian hospital. She is
Len C. Brown, 1112 S. Hal
sled, Sam and Fannie Kalmano
witz, 1352 Elburn ave., and Max
Schwartz, 1437 "Elburn ave., in
jured when Ashland ave. car
crashed into their buggy at S.
Paulina and W. Polk st.
Another gambling raid made
on the Revere house on the North
Side. 12 p'oker players arrested.
Whenever Schuettler's gam
bling squad can't think of any
thing else to do, it draws the
Revere house, and always raises.
Thousands are visiting the new
Catholic chapel car "St. Peter,"
now on exhibition on the I. C.
tracks at Peck court.
"No political party can live on
old, dead issues." Rev. F. C.
Bruner, Ogden Park Methodjst
Pernaps not, but a lot of poli
ticians live on old, dead parties,
and live darned well, too..
Fred Finley, 40, died of injuries
suffered in 3-story fall from win
dow of home at 31 W. 18th stv
Harry Brown, 26 W. Ohio St.,
badly cut in head in fight with
James Moran, 506 N. Clark st.
Body, of unidentified man about
55 years old found in lake at foot
'ofE. 29th st.
Paul Steffan, 2039 Girrard st,
died at Columbus "Memorial hos
pital of injuries suffered in fall
down stairs at his' home.
Stan Smisniwiecz, 1453 W.
Huron St., stole $14 -from father
to play craps with. Lost it all.
Gave himself up to jW". Chicago
av- police. Turned over to father.
Edw. Johnson, 6, 1428 Diver
sey Parkway, struck by River
view park car at Lincoln and
Barry. Carried 10 feet on fender
of car. Unhurt.
G. Zerns, 35, died at St. Luke's
hospital of injuries suffered when
struck by State st. car at W. Polk
Women's Trade Union League
held picnic in Jackson Park yes
terday. Threatening weather pre
vented' attendance being as large
Edw. Anderson fatally injured
in yards of B. & O. at Summit,
Ind. Crushed between two cars.
Edward F. Dunne returned .to
Chicago yesterday after doing
2,000 miles in 4 days in his cam
paign for the governorship.
Dunne -was happy. "Every
where I "went I found enthusiasm
among Democrats and depression
among Republicans," he said.
What everybody would really
like to know", however, is just how
the people over the state feel
about the Progressive party.
Joe Aulman, 116 W. 22d st.,
badly injured while trying to lift
his horse which had fallen at W.
50th and S. Halsted sts. It fell on
him and broke his right leg.
PREDICTS LOWER PRICES.
George M. Reynolds, president
of the Continental and Commer
cial Bank, and mentioned as one
of the twelve menvwho control
the money supply of the nation
who can cause panics at will, says
that prices will be lower this win
ter. Reynolds bases his prediction
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