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Body of Marie Doniat, 22, 4192
Kenmore avenue, drowned while
bathing with sister, Eleanor, at
foot of Buena ave., not yet recovered-
High sea interferes with
tyork." Sister was saved by Louis
Coppersmith 1012 Wells ave.
,Miss Hannah Clifford, 1410
!A$nland ave., narrowly escaped
drowning in lake near Evanston
Iff e. ..saving station today.
Wag rowing with Catherine
MuJ-phy, 538 Railroad ave., and
Ruth Lawson, 1834 Sherjdan
road. Wavfcs tossed boat and
thrle,w her into water. Hutjg onto
boa't until rescuers arrived.
Clifford. Johnson, 7, 3839 Vin
cenn.es' ave, died of lockjaw.
Stepped pn, rusty nail.
''John. Peterson, 1810 Otto st,
coal teamster,1 run over and in
stantly .killed by his own wagon
on N. 14th ave.
,W. J. Buckley, 85, inmate .of
Oak Forest infirmary, killed by
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
Ry. train near institution.
jfjejuy Ijtexford, 58, attorney at
347 N. Clark st., knocked down
an4 severely injured in front of
61- W. Madison st. by a tramp
whom he refused 0 give 25 cents.
Five-year contract with Canal
Melting Co.r to remove dead ani
mals,from streets and alleys has
been signed by Dr. George B.
.Young, commissioner of health.
City receives $25 a year as com
Walter Harris, 30, is held to the
grand jury by Municipal Judge
Hopkins charged with forging a
check drawn on First National
George Blank, 51, veteran door
keeper for First Trust Savings
bank, found dead in basement of
his home at 438 N. Artesian ave,,
asphyxiated by gas. Believed to
H. C. A. Johnson, 2553 Logan
blvd., knocked down and slightly
bruised at Madison and Canal sts.
by auto driven by George Knab,
restaurant owner- Knab took
Johnson to doctor's office.
Bones 6f women believed to
have been left by medical student
were found in barn at rear of fur
niture store of Harry Lasinsky,
437 S. Halsted St., by boys who
were playing there. Police inves
tigating. Rev. Richard L. Williams, who
disappeared from wife's side at
Graceland cemetery Monday,
found at Y. M. C. A., 1515 'W.
Edward McDonald, 30, 4429
Wilcox av., has been identified as
one of men who robbed William
Foreman yesterday morning on
Desplaines st, between W. Mad
ison st. and Washington blvd. of
$25 and diamond stickpin.' Police
searching for prisoner's accom
plice. A. J. Hebson, veteran confiden
tial clerk of Cudahy Packing Co.,
arrested on con game charge.
Company says Hebson conspired
with other employes to defraud
concern by pay checks on false
More than $500 is alleged to
have been obtained by Hebson in
Joseph Smith, 2229 W. 24th st,
and John Doczola, 2101 $L 25th