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1245 W, Taylor st, a newsboy.
Flannery was at station to obtain
Thomas E. Flannery ordered
from S. Clark st. police station for
using abusive language to tele
Thirteen residents of Oak Park
appointed special policemen to
help in capturing burglars who
have been robbing houses there
for two months".
James Terri, 2127 S. La Salle
st, killed by auto truck in front of
518 W. 12th pi.
Henry M. Bogt, 3404 NT. 42d
av., seriously injured when his
motorcycle-was struck by auto of
Dr. Frank Escher, 3013 W.
Washington blvd., at Washing
ton blvd. and Leavitt st.
Mrs. Clara Polkow, Thornton,
111., struck by auto at S. Halsted
and W. 63d sts. when she alight
ed from a car. Seriously injured.
Her husband knocked down and
Patrick Heston, 424 S. Loomis
st., who was crushed under wall
under construction at E. Oak st.
and Lincoln Park blvd., died from
Michael Pfeifer. 55, found dead
in ga"-filled room in rooming
house at oOO ell -t Believed
Frank R. Becker, who mur
dered wife and was sentenced to
Joliet, died their yesterday. Re
morse caused death.
Alexander Hodgart, 2950 Cal
umet av., shot wliile hunting in
Wisconsin, died at his home.
Miss" E;dna Wagner, 655 Ni
Clark' st, took bichloride" tablets
in glass of beer. Attempted sui
cide. Will recover.
2,000 loss in fire of unknown
origin in two-story residence a't
Central Park av. and 63d pi.
Operations on Miss Ethel Smith
and William Rugh, both of Gary,
Ind., nave been performed. Both
J. A. Meyer, 8632 Lake av.,
held up and robbed by two men
at 52d st. and Cottage Grove av.
$30 and gold watch.
Tillie Ptache, 24, 2311 Western
av., alighted from Wabash av. car
at 13th st. while it was movirfg.
Fell. Severely injured.
Robbers bound two men and
blew safe in Empire theater, 673
W. Madison st. Escaped with
Fruit Stain Banisher.
Anyone who does her own can
ning knows the tribulations of
staining the hands with fruit
juice. Here is a remedy. Put in
the palm of one hand a very small
pinch of bicarbonate of potassium
and the same amount oi oxalic
acid. Add a few drops of water,
enough to moisten it. It will soon
begin to ferment and heat, but it
will not injure the hands. Nov
rub it -all oer the hands as if
washing them. Then wash in
cold water, and then in warm
water and soap. This will free
the hands from stain and leave
them white and sqft.
Cheese may be kept fresh if it is
wrapped in a cloth damped with
vinegar and put in a covered dish.