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lor and his two children badly in
jured. Mrs, John I. Hughes, Mrs. W.
Summers, Mrs. Elizabeth Fon
taine, and Mrs. Bessie Swift, 4146
Colorado aye., hurledtrom buggy
when hit by auto. Slightly in
jured. Gee! wasn't it fine to get up
ihis morning and feel that nice
cool breeze? v
Miss Adelaide Maybank, 35,
stenographer, formerly employed
by the Chicago Board of Trade,
leaped from burning building in
New York. Killed.
William Wislon, 62, alleged
confidence man, escaped from cell
in S. Clark st. police-station. Mys
tery, Several persons overcome by
smoke in fire in 3;Story flat bldg.
at 613 N. May st. James Tierney,
pipeman, rescued womn and
child who were asleep jn bed,
Fire in advertising plant of Jno.
Clough, 1906 W. Ohio St., $10,
' Peter Elix, ropmer at 109 W,
Chicago ave., woke up and found
bed burning beneath him. Fire
extinguished by volunteer fire
men of W. Chicago ave. police
station. . -
Fred Franks, 1944 Exchange
ave., detective for B.& O, Ry.,
held to grand jury in bonds of
$3,000, charge of bigamy.
Molly Mack, 50, cook, at Bap
tist Orphanage, Maywood, struck
by C. & N. W. train at 1st ave.
Judge Hopkins qi Englewood
court stopped court long enough
o perform a sleight of hand trick 1
by making one out of two. He
married H. A. Gresham and Miss
Margaret Bennett, both of 616 W.
Miss Gertrude Sutter, 23, 254&
Sheffield ave., arrested charged
with larceny. Oscar Bird, 4816:
N. Robey st., plumber, says she
robbed him of $250 while they
were out together.
Steve Banachisky, 431 S. Hon
ore st seriously injured and both'
his horses killed when Madisoa
car hit his wagon at 43rd st. and
S. Ashland aye. '
Andrew Nelson, who was be
ing searched for by the police to,
take treatment for rabies, was
found in Pasteur institute, 812,
Alderman Albert Tierney, 2nd7
ward,' through an injunction
forced Al. B. White, vaudeville
actor, to comply with contract to'
appear at the city official's cafe at
E. 35th st and Calumet ave.
Joseph W. Mackay, representa
tive of an eastern steel concern, is
being sued for $50,000 by Gejy
trude McCubbin of Detroit.'
Breach of promise,
Daniel Coffee, 2210 S. Halsted
st salesman, died at county hos'
pital. Heat. ,
Max Eitel, one of the ownerg
of the Bismarck Garden, is being
sued forN$25,OOQ damages in Cir
cuit Court by Wilhelm Steinbach",
waiter employed by Eitel. Claims'
Eitel 'cursed and struck him.
Mrs. J. McCafrey, 4419 Clif
ton ave., struck by motorcycle of
Harry Ford, 2937 Monticello av,
at Jackson blvd. and' State sC