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to Chicago 'to see the sights.
Robbed of $25 by two women in
a saloon at 2971 S. State st.
Theodore MandeL 2055 Day
ton st., salesman, cut throat. Sui
cide. Ill health.
Freddie Sestf, 7, 4167 S. State
st, who had leg crushed Friday
by runaway horse, died shortly
after limb was amputated.
Henry Wedgefield, 4335 St
Lawrence av7, driver, arrested
pending coroner's inquest
Albert Koseck, 1304 Fletcher
st, L. Hirschrand wife, Kather
ine, 5200 S. Loomis st.; John Lev
ejjence and Wife, Mamie, 3243 N.
Western av., injured when Rose
hill car wrecked a carriage, re
turning from Rosehill cemetery
at N. Robey and Belleplaine avs.
Two ambulances in employe of
City Rys. Co. took injured to
Alexian Brothers' Hospital.
Joseph Fisher, B.lue Island,' fell
and broke right leg. St Luke's
Joseph Lenger, 737 S. State st,
quarreled with colored mart 6i
.Wabash av. Stabbed in right
sh&ulder. St Luke's Hospital,- '
Because wife and children
made too much noise while he
was trying to sleep, Thos. Carfen,
7328 Perry av., fired four shots
from his revolver and drove them 1
from the house. Intoxicated. Ar
. Joseph Milora, 661 N. Dear
born av., met Mrs. Albert Bouche.
3 W. Delaware pi., and renewed
his demand that she elope with
him. She refused. He shot at her
and missed. Then shot at himself
and missed. Arrested.
Timothy O'Connor, 3453 El
ston av., tried to dell watch. Ar
rested. Identified by Mrs. Ida
'Bush, 4144 W. 2Ut St., as man
who robbed her of her watch Sat
' Wm. Spanier, 17, 116 E. Dela
ware pl.,"doye off raft into shal
low water atfoot of Oak st. Brok
Oscar Voight, engineer, 5519
Monroe av., took dare from
stranger and dove into four feet
of water at 54th St pier,' Dead.
Police looking for stranger.
VoighVs two daughters saw hhn
' Lanz Winkler, 16, 7321 Vin
;cennes av., drowned off Windsor
Park beach. Cramps,
Stephen Zeigler,6642 N. Robey
st, cleaned shotgun. Exploded
and blew gun to pieces. Stephen
struck in heck by piece of barrel.
Mary O'Shea, 3, 6006 Went
wortfi av., who fell from third-
j-story of her home, is dead at St.
Bernards Hospital, fractured
tames Cavanaugh, 10339 Ave.
A-, S. Chicago, rigger foreman for
Illinois iron Ov, proDaoiy iaiany
scalded when steampfpe burst S.
Kind Lady Haveyoua trade?
Raggles (swallowing some
cnerry pie) Yes, mum; interior
decorating and a-layin' the pangs
Colored stripes one inch In.
width alternating with white will
be one of the high novelties in fall-
silks. - -- -