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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
George Barker, 62, 6111 Went
worth aye., dead. Gas. Despond
ent oveij illness. -
Harry Cohn, 1313 V7. 12th st.,
struck by auto truck of Kling
Bros., 41 1 S. 5th ave., driven hy
Jake Ollstein, at Morgan and 12th
sts. Seriously injured.
U. S. Sen. Knute Wilson and
Gov. Eburhart will be principal
speakers, on Taft special train,
which will tour Minnesota dur
ing closing days of campaign.
Train will leave LaCrosse Tues
Progressive party headquarters
today announced that Louis
Brandeis, Boston lawyer, has
been challenged to debate on the
trust question by Dean Kirchway,
Columbia Law school.
A woman who seemed to. He
destitute started to tell P. A
Morse, race horse owner, of her
troubles at N. Clark and W. In
diana sts. Threw her arms around
him. When she left, Morse was
E. L. Wedeles, treasurer Steele
Wedeles Co., robbed of $50 in
South Side L train at Clark and
Lake sfs. station.
Genevieve and Jeanette Wiley,
twins two months old, 10 N.
Campbell ave., found dead in bed.
Cause of death unknown.
John Kuzara, 15, 747 Keith St.,
and Gust Kons, 27, 736 Milwau
kee ave., thrown from wagon
-when axle broke at N. Ashland
ave. and Carroll st. Both severe
Lewis J. Lawrence, 28, 2930
Bulings st., mounted policeman,
slightly hurt when his horse slip
ped and fell on him.
Counsel for Mrs. Louise Lind
loff have succeeded m getting a
jury of all married men.
J. Arthur Dixon, 41, 5630 Mon
'roe ave., died today following an
operation for appendicitis. He
had been employed in -editorial
departments of newspapers here
for 21 years.
Warrant will be issued for ar
rest of Nathaniel Roth, manager'
"Blue Bird," at Garrick theater,
for each day he permits minors
to appear on the stage.
Max Miller, 833 W. Madison
St., struck by auto of Mr. Frank
Schults, wife of Cub ball player,
at Clark st. and Jackson blvd.
Irving Eidelman, 6, 11346 In
diana ave., struck by auto-of Rob
ert Lowry, 11750 Lafayette st., at
Kensington and S. Michigan avs.
- Joseph E. Woods, 49, 1050
Hayes ave., noted fcurfman, dead.
Heart disease. " J
Charles Jacobs, 3314 W. North
av., ordered by Judge Gemmill to
pay his wife $10 a week.
Jewel case containing between
$4,000 and $5,000 worth of jew
elry stolen from home of E. A.
Benson, 4500 Gre'enwood av.
Joseph Miesche, 5, 2534 South
port av., killed by Soiithport av.
car near his honie.
Home of Chas. Shatz, 6115
Champlain av., looted by bur-