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4746 Cottage Grove ave. Slight
Joseph Mentra, ,15, 921 N.
Robey St., messenger Jxy, struck
by auto in front of 157 N. Dear
born st. Injured.
Chauffeur took him to Practi
tioner's hospital and "beat" it.
John Kalamitch, 3, 1535 Mc
Henry st., who fell into tub of
hot water Aug. 10, is dead from
Marcella Nancy Colman, 90,
died at her home at'Colman sta
tion after a fall.
Emil fcarnatz, 2, Forest Glen,
dead. Fell from his father's
wagon. Crushed beneath wheels.
Hedwig Von Meding, 10, 4226
Perry st., fell from platform into
water at Clarendon Beach.
Theobold Reed, 52, carpenter,
5632 S. Sangamon st., dead. Fell
from third story of building un
der construction at 3761 Grand
SET AGED MAN ON FIRE
Both legs of George Zimmer
man's window washer, Hotel
Stadt Hanover, N, Clark, and
Michigan sts., will have to be am
putated as a result of "joke"
played on the aged cripple by fre
quenters of the salopn of Samuel
Katz, 508 N. Clark street.
The men, while in drunken
ogry, poured gasoline on Zim
merman's feet and set fire to it.
While the victim shrieked in pain
and made vain attempts to jump
through a window, the "jokers"
performed a war dance around
in flames. Screaming in agong he
fell to the floor, both legs were-,
burned to blisters. $
State's Attorney Wayman says ;"
"I have been informed about thel
man's condition, and every per
son involved in the affair will be,
arrested and vigorously prose'
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