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ary committee talking oi passing
law compelling autos to be locked
while standing alone.
"" Gusfaye Wnick, 18, 7102 Lex
ingBn'av., arrested as eheckpr
Frank Trupja, 937 W. Chicago
ay.YAl6ertr Sirdonski, f226-"yv'
Chicago av., and" ChaS. Hennin
ger, 821 W. 35th st' Veyerepin
jUred""' when Ashland ' av. car
stnick wagon at45thst.
5,000 delegates expected to ar
rive 'h'ere 'tomorrow anlT Monday
to' attend convention of Electric
RyfAss'n, Oct. 7. r
'College' and: university women
athlete? will play mdoor'baseball
in bloomers at benefit for Win,
R'ugh, 'Gary newsman who gave
nis leg,fo Mis Smith. "
'Win. Wattersoh, J6219 Wash
ington blvd., struck "By auto 'a't
Efark st. and Jackson 'blvd. ' Se
verely Injured. - r
'Harry Pussin, 15, 1838 W.
North av., struck bauto aTNew
berry -av. and" 12th' St' Seriously
injured ' ' " ' '
Weare Parsons, 4105 W
Washington bfvli.,' wants'" divorce.
SayS'wlfe" is mfjsical mania'c.5'
Mrs. Alice Adam's; 7516' "Coles
av:,S7 Chicago still" mls'siagi:
" W. E. Kdrten, 6722 tfnidn av.,
deafl..r CarbolicJacid. 'Suicia'el
Earl Shaumbaugh, actor, al
leged o 'liaVe' fte"d "frbm Albany,
Nv'Y1., Sunday &th 3l500be
longing to the show, arres'ted.
A.'K. Bettyties 1556Nf." "Clark
st.f suicide. ' Ca'rbolic' acid. Ili
health." ' " '
Michael Mastanardo. 5051 Ar
mour avr, "struck by L.; S. '&' M S. I
Ry. train at 52d st. Killed. John
Ritto, same address,, died ai hos
pllal. " "
' Thompson Phosphate po. fined
$2$ an'cl cosfs. rA"rsenic ro pios
phafethey sold. .
early 3,000,000 will fee paid
out during reguja'r quarterly pen
sion period' which started here
E. J. Carroll, 3246 Washington
blvd., -arrested because he couldn't
pay taxicab billof $15.?0. Brofher
paid it Released.
pus Peterson, restaurant keep
er, J&02 S. Halstecf st." arrested on
complaint of Joseph Biska, 1908
S. Union St., who says Gus threw
him out when he complained of
tough beefs:'eak."Fined $1(30 and
Herman tryzka, 322J S- or
gan St., arresfed on complaint of
Mrs. l JCaJherine "Meyer, 5146
Rhodes live., who says heJxuck
her with pair of "shbes when she
wanted to return them. 5 and
Mrs. A. E: Taylor, wife of pro-,
fessor of physiological cHemistfy
atrll. of P., fell from' thifd "story
window of Auditorium Hotel to
sidewalk'on Congress st. KilleH.
Police believe stqcftle. Husband
"Fake" telephone man netered
homebi Mrs!?. Lqizzo 1380 E!
62nd st, choked her and fobbed
day to New York, where theywill
sail to- answer Grecian call ' to
arm? in Balkan war. ' K