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Darlington apartments, 4724 Ra
cine ave. Gas. Died.
"Closed on account of the death,
of our dog, Hector. May his
soul rest in peace."
This was. the words on. a sign
hanging over door of headquar
ters of truck company No. 19,
1127 W. Chicago ave., yesterday.
Sign was put up after finding
body of Hector in the rear of the
engine house. v
'Miss Clara Drugmiller; '4741'
Calumet ave., rescued by Miss
Frances Cochrane after her cloth-..
ing caught fire.
Rufus Fearing Daws, 21, senior
in Princeton university, son of C.
G. Dawes, president qf Central
Trust Co. qf IU., drowned in Lake
Mrs. Anna Prager, 2421 W.
12th st., killed in fall from porch
of her home. Heat.
While attempting to stop fight,
Policeman John F. Conley was
bitten on the cheek by James D.
Irving, 3158 W.'Monroe st. Ar
rested. George Schbke, 3710 Cottage
Grove ave., who killed Albert
Bass, a roomer, on Aug. 29, in de
fense of his wife, has been ex
onerated by coroner's jury.
Christian Dabbert, ,57, 1636
Washburne ave., killed -when
wagon on which he was riding
was struck by North ave. car at
Albert Steinhorst, 14, messen
ger, 3655 S. Lincoln st., struck by
auto at S. 5th ave. and W. Jack
son blvd. Injured.
Joseph Brandon, Cleveland, 0,
store of Louis M. Horsich, cigar
dealer, 712 S. Wabash ave. Mar
garet Hirschj,7, saw the attempt
ed robbery, locked the front door
and screamTed until an. officer
Albert Hiziecki, 11, and Mich
ael Jablumski, 14, West Ham
mond, 111., escaped from John
Itttlezyk, juvenile court officer,
while he was taking them to the
Michael Matolisor 35, brushed
off step of C, M. & St. P. passen
ger train as it entered the viaduct
at Monticellcave and Hirsch st. '
Eleven; men arrested in alleged
pool room at 68 W. Chicago ave.
John 'McNarrah, 829 Rush St.,
booked as keeper. Js'said to have
taken bets on horse races.
Six men said to have been bet
ting on horse races were arrested
in cigar store at 411 Milwaukee
ave. John Brown booked as
ALL FAGGED OUT.
"Talking about dry townsr
have you ever been in Leaven
worth, Kansas?" asked the coni-;
mercial traveler in the smoking
car. "No? Well, that's a -dry town
for you all right."
"They can't sell liquor at alls
there?" asked one of the men. n
"Only if you have been bitten
by a snake," said the travelern
"They have only'one snake in the
town and when I got to it thei
other day, after standing iif a lines
for nearly half the day, it was too;
attempted to open cash drawer inj
tired to b&ef -' -arf 2