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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Mrs. Hanna E. Ward, 2423 Or
chard av., struck by electric auto
of Mrs. C. Larson, 221 'N. Ridge
way av., Oak Park. Severely
Body of unidentified woman,
about 5 ft 6 in. tall, brown eyes,
black hair, m dressed in black and
.wearing no hat, was found in lake
near mouth of river. Believed to
have been widowand despondent.
As Antonio Priakowicz was
leaving St. Adalbert's cemetery in
Norwood Park, where he had
been pallbearer at funeral of his
brother, he was arrested on com
plaint of Mrs. K. Priakowicz,
charging him with wife abandon
ment. James Fowler instantly killed
when grain elevator at the Min
nesota Grain Elevator, Cherry
and W. North avs., hit him on
John G. Voss, truck farmer,
Summit, 111., seriously injured
when his horses slipped at Mor
gan and Harrison sts., throwing
him off seat.
Oscar Bohl, teamster, 1811 Bel
mont av., fined $25 and costs be
fore Judge Gemmill, Court of Do
mestic Relations, for contributing
to the delinquency of two girls.
He has wife and baby.
Gov. Hiram Johnson, Cal., who
was supposed to arrive at Grand
Central Depot this morning, was
yaited for by a large squad of po
lice. He fooled the mand came itt
at the Dearborn st. station and
.went direct to the Hotel Black
stone. , . ,.
Jeannette Gorski, less than 3
years old, 1326 Ashland av., miss
ing. Believed to have been kid
napped. Police searching.
612 deaths here last week.
Max Wortsmann, champion
skat player of America, is dead at
his home. Heart disease.
Mrs. Margaret Crawford, 5935
I S. Peoria St., struck by Madison
st. car at W. Madison and Hal
sted sts. Severely injured.
Annie KatausHs, 2. years,
2240 W. 23d pi., struck by North
western Brewery Co. wagon in
front of her home. Killed.
Martin Maloney 820 Orleans
st, struck by'Blue Island av. car
at S. Robey st. Seriously injured.
Bacon and' eggs, country sau
sage, toast, breakfast ea and muf
fins was what Col". Roosevelt ate
for breakfast 'today. '
Abraham Scholes, 833 S. Pau
lina st, missing since yesterday
morning. Foul play feared.
Actress Helen Collier says
matrimony's too stupid for her.
Chicken raising suits her better,
so she buys a Pasadena ranch.
Hens may be less stupid than
husbands, but if Helen hungers
for Al excitement she should try
raising goats. They're 'way
ahead of Pasadena husbands.
Police searching for Geo. Paul,
saloonkeeper, 3512 Wabansia av.
Started for Fox Lake, Oct. 15.
Failed to reach there.
Henry Henningson, 225 NT.
Spaulding av.; Harry Hender,
225 N, Spaulding av., and Geo.
Warton, 726 N. Lawndale av., ar-
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