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stuck his hand through screen
and grabbed bills.
Mrs. M. Mittenberg, 35, and
Mrs. M. Cohen, 55,-.both of 3415
W. Adams st., slightly injured
when two crowded cars collided
at W. Madison and Halsted sts.
G. B. McNeil, 1615 Sherman
ave., Evanston, asst. engineer alj
station No. 1, fire department,
Eyanston, had right leg broken in
three places when his motorcycle
collided with machine driven by
Ray Kean, 817 Lee st, Evan
ston. Mrs. Rose McNeil, who was
riding on the rear. of the motor
cycle, received fracture of her
spine and three broken ribs. May
Mr. McNeil, despite his broken
leg, crawled to the aid of his wife
but was unable to move her. Kean
was thrown from his seat, but es
caped injury. '
Albert Gratz, 25," 2520 S. West
ern ave., fell from porch of his
home while seeking relief from
Mrs. Loe Johnson, 42, 820 E.
51st st., died of .heart failure
cused by the heat.
Unidentified man about 65,
found dead in alley in rear of 554.
W. Monroe st. Heart failure fol
lowing exposure to the heat.
Thomas Cartwright, 65, 526 E.
42nd st., "overcome while working
in roundhouse of the Grand
Trunk Ry., 49th and Butler sts.
Wm. Bowler, 29, 1446 Bryan
place, gas fitter for the P. G. Lt &
Coke Cq., shot and fatally wound
mie" Marks, following an argu
ment at W. Lake st and Bryan"
H. C. Casper, 2406 . Grenshav
st, inspector for the Western;
Electric Co., arrested and finecf
$50 and costs on charge preferred
by Miss Stella Gregory, 20, 53
W. Harrison st
Miss Gregory says she accom
panied him to Riverview park and
at State and Harriso nsts., on
their way home, he tried to take
her into a hotel.
Joseph Bahek, 35, 2611 W.
20th st, shot' and killed himself.
Despondent ovef love affair.
John Keating, 38, clerk, 3558
Wentworth ave., shot himself in
right eye, back of the Douglas
monument at 35th st. and Lake
- Keating left two notes, one for
his wife and other for coroner.
Was iqsane for some time.
.Gustave L. Xarbach, owner of
a "bumboat" saloon at the foot of
E. 12th st., arrested for the sec
ond time for selling liquor and
cigarettes without a license.
The "mystery"' of two masked .
robbers who entered home of
Mrs. Elizabeth Guentert Friday
night and shot her, has been dis
covered. Her husband, who was'
arrested Saturday, confessed that "
he did the shooting.
Hd admitted he fired two shots
at her, "because she abused hinf
when he came home nights.
Phillip Werner, 11, 1450 W.
14th st. received a fractured
skull when struck by a baseball
bat thfown by unidentified man
d hx man believed to be 'iBm-Jjj-hilelie was watching a jgame in