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Hermitage ave., found dead in
bed. Heart disease.
Mrs. Henrietta Fenning, 1926
S. May stv died suddenly. Heart
John Jantor, bartender, 2510 S.
Western ave., played cards with
Joseph Ulman, 2512 S. Western
ave. Ulman accused Jantor of
cheating and hit him on head with
bottle. Jantor used revolver. Both,
" in hospital.
Mrs. Andrew Story, 173SPul
ion St., struck by taxicab of
pverland Auto Co. HospitaL
Herman Spahn, insurance'
broker, 1220 S. Central ave.,
'drowned in lake off E. ,76th st.
Italian ran into saloon and shot
Jour times at Af R. Del Campo,
saloonkeeper, 758 W. Taylor st.
Escaped. Del Campo uninjured.
Dr. Edward Lyman- Denison,
17 W- Garfield blvd., being
Searched for by police. Receiving
stolen auto supplies.
Mrs. Marie Marcell,- 12 E. Peck
ct, robbed of $7,000 worth of dia
monds and jewelry.
, John O'Donnell, 814 W. Van
iBuren st., and companion arrest
ed while "rolling" Michael
O'Connor, 562 W. Adams st.,
at West Adams and Desplaine's
sts. O'Connor was drunk. ,
Joseph Skerniont, 549jLiberty
st., janitor, found two men in
bouse withwife. Tried to' eject
them. Beaten unconscious. No
Eire in building of Hartman
Schloss Co., 169 N. Ann st. $25,
Frank Carlson, fanner, Niles
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Center, 111., killed when car struck"
wagon on 40th ay, near Chicago
river "bridge. 'Son, Henry, seri
Isaac" Lewis, 35, 723 W. Mad
ison st., struck by auto truck of
W. A. Cook, 319 S. 5th av., at
Madison and Halsted sts. Seri
ously injhred. Alfred Gebler, 635
W. 48th st., driver.
CATCHING A RUNAWAY
British manufacturers supply
ninety per cent of the cycles im
parted into Japan.
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