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and going 40 miles an hour, auto
of Fire Marshal Chas. F. Seyfer
lich skidded when rear wheel
broke. Driver managed to, stop
the car before -it .tipped. No one
Two burglars entered offices of
Guggenheim Bros., 2202 S. State
St., paint dealers. "Beat" it, leav
ing loot, when they heard police.
While washing his face, Wm.
Bliss, 19, 7140 S. Aberdeen St.,
was stabbed and robbed of .$8 by
unknown man. Severe wounds.
, Coroner's jury unable to fix
blame for death of Mrs. Olava
Ayes, 62, 1812 Ellen st, who was
killed when beam from "L" struc
ture fell on her.
Geo. H. Dickens, 5357 W. Mad
ison st, bldg. contractor, fell 30
feet from scaffold at 5555 W.i Van
Buren St. Seriously injured.
It was announced today in
New York that after next week
Sen. Joseph M. Dixon, chairman
of the Nat'l Progressive commit
tee, will make his headquarters
) "CHEER UP!"
One night, as a reporter from
the office of an evening paper was
passing along the banks of the
jiver, he heard the sound of
someone struggling in the water.
Are you drowning? he shout
ed. "I am" replied a feeble voice
from the water. "What a pity!"
said the lad, consolingly. "You
are just too late for the last edi
tion tonight. But cheer up ; you'll
have a nice little paragraph all to
yourself in the morning,"
WANTS THE WILD WEST
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 18. A girl
registering as Nellie-Gardner, 16,
who says her home is in Chicago,
and that she started out for tne
"wild and woolly West" Tuesday
noon, woke up in a cell at the
Place of Detention Wednesday.
She is being held until her par
ents can be notified.
The police say her real name is
Ammeja Zanerovska and that she
lives at 17 S. Market st, Chicago.
"This place, is not Montana,"
she cried. "I do not see any cow-1
boys gr Indians, This is just like.
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