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Fullerton ave. Got jewelry val
ued at $300.
. Mrs. Gervaise Graham, owner
of heauty parlor-1457 S. Michi
gan ave., severely injured when
47th st. 'car ""struck- her electric
auto at Drexel blvd.
Miss Mary E. Tobin, 18, 7116
S. Green st., "telephone operator,
struck by auto of Dr. Bertha Van
Hoosen, 4845 Calumet ave., at
63rd and Halsted sts. Seriously
Donald Parsons, 9, 300 S. Win
chester, struck by auto of T. C.
.Gleason,. 128 S. Leavitt st, at
Ashland blvd. and Van Buren st.
Edwin B. Stevens, 225 Engle
wood ave., struck by People's
Gas Light & Coke Co. auto,
driven by Wm. Bradley, 1703 W.
Washington blvd., at state and
61st st. Seriously injured.
. In New York a police captain
is being trie'd for thermurder of a
man who didn't do as he wanted.
In Chicago a police lieutenant is
being tried for getting beaten up
by a robber he was trying to ar
rest. Saloon licenses of Goldberg
Bros., 500 N. Clark st., and Harry
Granks, 549 Wells st, revoked
because of failure to comply with
Fred C. Miller, supt of Bor
den's Milk Co., robbed of satchel
containing $1,200 in checks and
currency at Laflin st. station of
Met. "L" road. He was hit on
head with "billy." Slightly hurt.
James B..Redmond and Henry
Kerr identified by Miss Florence
jWodika, 2233 Larrabee st, as
men who robbed her of $325 on
Nels Swanson, structural iron
worker, fell five stories from Bos
ton store. Internally injured. '
H. M. Higinbotham, 44, 1506
Maple ave., Evanston, arrested
Joseph Bass. 12, 3930 S. Dear
born st., climbed pole, touched
live wire and fell. Severely in
jured. Wm. Crotty, Thomas Buckley,
James Dunn, patrolmen, severely
injured when Lake street car
s'truck patrol wagon at Sangamon
and Lake sts.
The worst of that war in the
Balkans is that it is giving our
trusts an excuse to raise prices
Mrs. Mary Weipert, 29, 628
Wells st, dead. Carbolic acid.
Suicide. Ill health.
Irene Manoska, 5, 1546 N. Ash
land ave., struck by Ashland ave.
car in front of her home. Severe
.Chas. Foster, 334 W. 58th st,
chauffeur, fined $100 for operat
ing machine while drunk.
Fred Harris, 2919 Groveland
ave., arrested on charges preferr
ed by Miss Minnie Fisher, 2258
W. 21st pi., who says he attempt
ed to-mistreat her in an alley near
S. State and Polk sts.
Mrs. Rosie Goodman, 33, 1401
S. Sangamon st, fell into coal
hole in front of vacant bldg. at W.
14th and S. Canal sts. Seriously
Which is worse the woman
whom desperation and starvation
drive into the tenderloin, or the