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Hawthorae, 111.: Rev. P. A. Ka-J
hellek, rector of. St. Hedwig's
church, Gary, and John A. Fa
hish, 2100-S. Spaulding av., seri
ously injured when their car ran
into the rear of another.
Virginia Bailey, 26, 6250
Princeton av., struck by auto of
W. W. Fern, 528 W. 79th st., at
La Salle and Lake'sts. Slightly
Thirteen alleged bettors arrest
ed in alleged handbook house at
733 E. 39th st. Thomas Brown
Baseball clearing house- for
bets in room 414 at 219 S. Dear
born st., raided by detectives.
Lawrence Butler booked as pro
prietor, fined $25 and costs.
Bernard Abel, grocer, 1927
Montrose ave., received two tele
phone messages front a woman,
who said, "You are to get a let
ter tomorrow demanding $5,000,
and-it will be signed "Black
Hand!" Abel is now under care
sTJames Truchter, 1, 1225 N.
Lincoln st., accidentally dropped
out of window by sister Rose, 13.
: Edward Hoffman, 'barber, 347
N, Clark st., fined $50 and costs.
Charged with annoying Margaret
.Miss Marie Northrup, nurse,
3141 W. Fulton st., Arrested
again, charged with disorderly
conduct. Was arrested two weeks
ago when found intoxicated on
floor while slie was supposed to
be' ..taking care of four .children.
t Aliner Patterson, 3438:Wright
wood ave., collector for Adams-
ExpressCo arrested for threat
ening Miss Annie Dearey, 27, 308
S. Green st., after she refused to
Two farmers from Paxton, HI.
mistook fire alarm box in front oS
C. & N. W. depot for mail box?
Tried to put post cards in and
turned in an alarm. When firq
men arrived the men were still
John Appoletto, 40, smothered
to death in slide of trench 18 feet
deep in E. 63rd st.,near Ingleside
. Tony Raff alson, 32,-also caught
when ditch caved in, but was
saved by a pulmotor.
Woodrow Wilson will be here
for a couple of hours next Thursi
day for a short . visit with 'his
Guy Bates Post was proceed
ing with his part in the last act
of "The Bird of Paradise" when
he. heard the audience yell to him
to "Put out the blaze." ' j
He turned and saw that art
overturned candle had set fire to
the table cloth. Put it out and
went on-withjiis part. v tf
Thomas Barrett, 926 SedgwicK
st., arrested in connection with!
the shooting of John Malgicco?
pfeddler, 703 Milton st. a
Abdul Baha Abbas, Persian
leader of the Bahaist religious'
movementr arrived liere fromr
Buffalo, N. Y- He will speakt
here, then go to Pacific coast. ?
Mrs. Ethel Corelliek, 1455 So-
Ion st., tried to 6rid her life bygas.
Desppndent over return of her
husband to Jewish church' Re
vived. j - .f flu i j fin x . j a sa