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Italian Democratic club, an in-
dorsement for the mayoralty in
J. C. Flood, 40, 359 Wells St.,
engineer, found dead in bed.
Julius Rathofsky, watchman,
1301 S. Sangamon St., tried sui
cide. Gas. May die.
Wm. Quinlan, 1256 W. 15th st.,
stabbed by Frank Spine, 1119
Johnson st. Slightly wounded.
Dynamite was used to break ice
in two-mile crib off Chicago av.
Body of unidentified man found
on tracks of B. & O. Ry. at 83rd
Joseph Driscoll, fire alarm box
repairer, 7457 Champlain av., at
tempted to separate two men in
fight. They beat him. Severely
W. R. Carle, 2009 Prairie av.,
found dead in Cadillac hotel, 2138
Wabash av. Gun. Believed sui
Wm. McKinley, 601 E. 92nd St.,
stationary fireman, fatally scald
ed by steam explosion at nw
building of Butler Bros., N. Canal
and W. Randolph sts. May die.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan, Norwood
Park, dropped dead. , Heart dis
ease. Wm. DeFreest, retired jeweler,
635 Whritwood av., sufferer of
rheumatism, suicide. Gun.
Annual Christmas flower show
has been ooened at Garfield Park
Eight Chinese and 19 Greeks
arrested in raid on basement at
555 S. Clark st.
Daniel DeCarlo, 973 Milton av.,
Attempted to settle quarrel be
tween two men fighting over
Christmas tree. Turned on him.
Dog bit P. F. Tighe, 68, 3133
W. Madison st. Severely wound
ed. Policeman Conley shot, dog.
Michael DeLongo, 928 W. Polk
st., arrested on suspicion df shoot
ing T. Rich, 1820 S. Wabash aV.
Rich is in St Luke's hospital,
Mrs. Hattie E. Frabe, Kenosha,
dropped dead after returning
from decorating grave with flow
J. F. Gannon, 643 Dearborn av.,
victim of hold-up men. $35 and
Mrs. J. Newman, 86, 3452 N,
Hoyne av., fell down steps of St,
Peter's Catholic church. Severe
Walter Pieko, 855 Grand av.,
severely injured when struck by
Grand av. car.
John Shafer, employe of Com
monwealth Edison Co., fell from
train at California av. and the
U. S. Supreme Court has bust
ed the contracts made by the railroad-owned
coal companies and
the "independents," but we don't
enlarge our coal bin until we. see
the railroad lawyers' next move.
Maud I've just heard of a case
where a man married a girl on his
death-bed so she could have his
millions when he was gone. Could
you love a girl like that? Jack '
That's just the kind of a girl I
could love. What's her address?