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bash ave. and Monroe st. Severe
ly injured. Frank Cavreth, 5223
Ellis ave., driver.
John Goldie, 35 8800 Colfax
ave., car inspector for the Pennsy
Ry., struck by switch engine at E.
49th st. and Commercial ave.
Fortunato Shervina, track la
borer for the B. & O. Ry seri
ously hurt when passing engine
struck tools he was carrying,
.knocking him down.
Edward Bienesak, 11729 Yale
ave., tried to steal ride on North
-Western Ry. freight train. Fell
' at E. 119th st. He only has one
Edward Retzer, retired grocer
of Wheeling, W. Va., robbed of
.$70 on Western av. car under
46th st viaduct.
. Mrs. Sarah Junge, 40, 3726
Ward st., found dead in bed. Gas.
Burglars looted home of G. G.
.Mead, 4623 Vincennes av. $300
worth of jewelry taken.
Home of Mrs. L. Schmid, 5616
Normal blvd., entered by bur
glars. Silverware and jewelry
valued at $200 taken.
Chas. Clark, 2620 Van Buren
vst, got drunk. Arrested. Judge
,asked him what was the matter.
"Fell off the wagon." Discharged.
John Bonert, 7, 217 S. Halsted
st, struck by Halsted st. car at
Monroe- and Halsted st Serious
Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood, chief
of staff of the U. S. army, will be
here tomorrow on a tour of in
Miss Helen Kane, 18t 1219
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Wfade st.,' who found $55 and
turned it over to police on bept
'17, found owner today.
She was given $10 after Mrs.
Katherine Jendinak, 756 N. Cur
tis st, had proven her ownership
Mary Flaws, 8, 1620 Adams st,
Gary, killed, and Rynard Gideon,
9, seriously injured when auto of
J. T. McCormick, real estate
dealer of Gary, ran into them, ,
Hugh O'Hare, 60, slugged on
doorsteps of his home, 4320 Calu
met ave., as he was returning
from weekly collection trip. Rob
bers escaped with satchel. $4QQ
in inside pocket was untouched.
O'Hare taken to St. Bernard's
hospital in unconscious condi
Mrs. Mary Hansen, 6513 S.
Robey st, arrested for begging.
For three days she fooled police
by making believe she was deaf
and dumb. This morning her
husband queered the game by
talking to her. She said her mind
had been blank. v
Mrs. Lottie E. Wait, 3918' N.
Seeley ave., found $1,00& earring.
Returned it to its owner at the
Blackstone hotel. Received $100
reward. - 3
Miss Edna Wohlberg, 21, 531!
N. Robey st., tried to end life by,
gas. Pulraoter. Saved.
Doctors worked 36 hours over
a Philadelphia woman and could
not make her quit talking. They
call it acute mental trouble, which'
sounds nicer than "female cussed-
ness,. as tne tmngis diagnosed m
the wooly west.
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