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wor,k effective in publicity and
agitation for corrective laws-
- In the "hot wave" of early July,
, 1911, when the thermometer
stood 104 degrees in the shade at
the seashore, Miss" O'Reilly was
operating a bubbler in a steam
laundry in a Boston basement.
he was there to investigate per
sonally the wrongs of laundry
She has written much for mag-
azines and newspapers her edi
torial articles and ""Mrs. Dele
hanty" stories are famous in Bos
ton but she has done more.
Against the protests of rela
tives and friends, and usually at
her own expense, Miss O'Reilly
has chosen this hard path to make
it easier for the less fortunate.
LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Miss Laurine Korsell, 5609 In
diana av., seriously injured when
"fireles scooker" exploded. May
lose her eyesight and is disfigured
Mrs. W. B. Whiting, 610 For
est av., Evanston, bitten on leg by
dog. Severely wounded. Dogwas
Three small youths held up and
robbed John Burker 22, 1430 N.
43d av., of $10 and watch. Es
caped. Miss- Josephine Schneider, 22,
944 Fulton sfc, beat man when he
attemptedto snatch her handbag.
Peter Benanola, 757 S. Clark
St., beaten and robbed, of $115 in with assault with deadly weapon.
front of St. Peter's Roman Cath
olic Church, S. Clark and Polk.
James Downs, 15, 3148 Fill
more st, seriously injured when
he was brushed off Penn. frieght
train on which he was stealing
Because his brother died in a
German prison, John Wisolowski
tried to end his life in saloon of
Jacobs & Co., 511 W. Madison st.
Carbolic acid. Will recover.
Capt. T. I. Porter, U. S. secret
service, today was chief witness
for government in trial of G. W.
Fitzgerald accused of theft of
$173,000 from U. S. subtreasury'
in February, 1907.
John Frenetto,San Antonio,
Tex., found dead in I. C. Ry. sta
tion. Heart disease.
Police investigating explosion
af Nyberg Auto Co., yesterday.
Blaze started in several places at
Wm. Butler, 6809 S. Carpenter
st., andi Fred Peters, 454 E. 33rd
st., crew of the car which struck
the auto of Mrs. Bass, and re
sulting in, the death of Mrs. T.
W. Jackson, arrested charged
Trial Dec 5.
Giovanni Senzalone, 818 Mil
ton ave., swindled out of $80 by
confidence game. Unknown man
Mrs. Agnes Hunt, 3938 W.
Ohio st., killed i by auto at W.
Ohio and N. 40th., ave. Auto did
not stop. Police searching.
Two men attempted to kidnap
Nicollata,448 W. Oak st ' Her
sister, Luigia, 15, stood in front
of the auto and kept them from
going. The two men escaped,