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Lottie Leddy, 23, 333 Throop
st., severely injured when struck
by motorcycle driven by Ralph
Kelson, 3551 Reater st., at E.
Iigfkest ad N. Michigan -ave.
Mrs. Sarah J. Lytell, 70, 23 po
lice matron and oldest in point of
Service' in the city, died at Vic
toria hostel. -
"Mrs. Arthur H. Jones, SO, 5525
Mpn'ro'e ave., seriously injured
when-through route car went
through open switch at Evanston
avet and, Irving Park blvd.
TTony Pinpaguada, 11, 131 W.
Chicago ave., missing. Believed
to beTield by kid.napers for ransom.-
- Herman , H o s t m a n, . 2125
Thomas st, teamster, knocked
cfown and injured by his team of
horses-, Wednesday, died at St.
Having 20 sons, in Austrian
army saved Steve Byman, 76,
2118-Qreenwooch ave., from long
tern? in Bridewell. Judge Sabath
sentenced hi'mto 20 days'- Beat
up'Fet.er and Tony Boanac, broth
ers." Byman has been married 3
tjipes. . . '
f William -Bailey,. 5, 1959 W.
Jackspn blvd., struck by auto
owned by Allen M. Clement, 3967
lake' av., while crossing Jackson
blvd. at Robey st. Taken home
by'Clementi. ' - '
fctffford Sullivan, 1149 Beiden
av., 'Frank Jacworth, 2229 Sem
inary av., and Joseph Walsh, 2156
Racine av., arrested, at North
western Ry. statidn. All kids.
Said they were going to beat their
-way,to Montana to shoot Indians.
Police searching for two men
and "woman who beat and serious
ly injured W. A. McGrail, maga
zine solicitor, 4203 Drexel blyd.
Unidentified woman left one-month-old
baby boy in front yard
of apartment building at 2150 W.
Congress-. Taken to Foundlings'
Home, 15 S. Wood st.
William Laski, 3029 Lock st,
Who fell off scaffolding of Irving
pUblfc school Thursday, died at
West Side Hospital.
Terence Reynolds, 1229 Wash
ington blvd., tried to smuggle co
caine, secreted m plug of tobacco,
to Bridewell prisoner. Arrested.
Fire in four-story tenement
building at 1452 E. 57th st. today
threatened the lives of thirty-two
families. All escaped.
Two horses were burned to
deah in barn occupied by .Jack
son Park Livery in rear of tene
ment. Tony Tejeck, 1839 S. May st,
held up and robbed of $2 by two
armed men in an alley near 22nd
and Loornis sts.
By using a newsp'aper as shield,
pickpocket tried to steal watch,
from Joseph Sweeney, 3029 W
Harrison, on Harrison st. car.
Sweeney felt man's hand,
grabbed his arm and followed
with a right to the face. Pick
pocket and two partners escaped.
Sweeney'still owns'tfie watch.
-Fred W. Boldenweck, 40, -931
Lakeside place, superintendent
Independent Brewing Co., at
tempted to settle argument be
tween two men at W. 'Harrison
and S. Dearborn sts. Arrested for
Mayor John Geiss of Bdtavia
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