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injured whjsn struck by auto
driven by Walter Willett, 240 E.
Erie St., teaming contractor, at N.
Clark and W. Ontario sts.
G- L. Nickle, lumber dealer,
Union League Club, arrested for
speeding. $25 and costs.
Harry Struff, 27, 1917 W. 18th
st, bought new machine. Tried
it out. Arrested for speeding. $10
' $10,000 loss in bldg. at 11215
11217 S. Michigan av., West
Pullman. No one hurt.
N. Olson, 26, 320 Throop st,
killed by weight in elevator of Ry.
Terminal & Warehouse Co.'s
bldg., 144 W. Indiana av. .
J. L. Allin, 37, married, 4122
Drexel blvd., arrested on com
plaint of Miss Hazel Bingham,
17, 4108 Drexel blvd., after he had
accosted-her in front of her home.
$8,000 fire in bldg. at 504 W.
v 63d st. No one hurt.
; John Wagner, 40, 125 S. Hal
sted st, porter, found-dead in bed.
Albert McManus, 1629 Carroll
- ave., seriously hurt when girder
fell on him in building at 4700
, M. H. McGovern, contractor,
' has, filed suit against the city for
; $150,000 for paving work done by
' McGovefn's firm several years
; John Polidan, laborer, Oregon
J 111., robbed of $127 at Boston ave.
1 - and Desplaines st. by two men he
met in Union station.
John Rojenovsky, chauffeur,
exonerated from blame for the
- death of John Honeyseth, 218
X Florimond st, a street cleaner
who was killed last 'Wednesday
when John's machine skidded.
Wm. Gary, farmer, Palos Park,
111., found unconscious at S. Clark
and W. Polk sts. Fell while
Joseph Stankes, 8436 Union
ave., laborer, crushed between
two freight cars on C. O. B- Ry.
tracks at Wo 83rd st Died on
way to hospital.
Louis Szaragli arrested at E.
113th st. and Michigan ave. when
he jvas1 caught taking pocketbook
from pocket of Dr. A. Danse
voort, 11201 S. Michigan ave.
Harry Lyons, 633 N. Central
Park ave., beat and robbed of
overcoat ancU$1.80 by two rob
bers. Thomas Kuku, Clearing, 111,
found dead in bathroom of room
ing house at 1772 Clybourn ave.
Herman Lewman, 49, found
dead in home of T. A. Kocks, 534
Surf st. Gas. Suicide. Despond
ent over absence of his wife.
Walter Bauman, 35, 6847
Chauncey ave., oiler at 68th st
city pumping station, struck by
shaft in plant Serioulsy injured.
Pat had joined the navy and
was being drilled with his ship
mates on a pier.
-"Fall in!" came the order.
Immediately Pat fell into the
"Two deep!" was the next or
der. Pat (spluttering in the water)
"Bad scran to ye! Why
didn't ye tell me it was too deep
before I fell in?"