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St., badly hurt in fall down ele
vator shaft in Roberts Sash and
Door Co., 920 W. 20th st.
J. Spalkiwitz, -122 W. 23d St.,
seriously hurt by carr
Sam Scerick, 33, 466 N. Hal
sted St., stabbed and seriously
wounded by J. Perdello.
Thos. Cairns, 60, 4724 Flour
noy st., dead. Gas. Accidental.
While mains from Public Serv
ice Co. were being connected with
Chicago system, residents of Oak
Park had to go without water.
Must have been hard pn them not
to have water. Oak Park is "dry."
Mary Cibilkosz, 4, 2312 Blue
Island av., severely hurt by car.
John Peterson was having
house built. John Liddiirgton was
carrying pail, of beer for the car
penters. PeteTson threw him out
and he landed pn pile ofjurnber,
severely injuring him. Sued for
$25,000. Got $3,000.
Dr. F. A. Ross, dentist, 322 S.
State st., arrested, charged with
refusing fp pay taxi bill.
Thos, Cooper, 70, 623 W.rMad
ison st, seriously injured by
wagon of Hebard Ex. & Van Co.
Paris. French presidential
situation complicated today wKeh
Alex B. Ribot, former premier,
announced that he was a candi
date against Premier Poincaire.
El Paso, Tex. 12 killed and
more wounded when two Mexi
can federal armies mistook each
other and fought for an hour be
fore they woke up.
Paris. Power plant broke last
night for 3 hours. Shows were
;put on in candle light
RICH BUYER WAS FAR TOO
FOND OF "FLAPPERS"
Alleged fondness for "flappers"
young enough to be his daughters
has dragged Percy J. Ford, a
buyer for Crerar, Adams & Co.,
Ford is being sued by his wife,
Mrs. Matilda A. Ford, for separ
ate maintenance. She charges
that for the last ten years Ford
has been fascinated by young
women. Many of them werexmly
18 or 20 years old, according to
Mrs. Myrtle Sydney Lunham,
"alias Searle, King and Hoff
melec," is named as correspond
BITS OF NEWS
New York. H. O. Biney,
prominent lawyer, arrested for
speeding, twice in one day.
Buffalo.- Fight fans relegated
Jack (Twin) ' Sullivan to scrap
heap after his decisive defeat in 3
rounds by George "One-Round"
Alexandria. Live wire fell. A.
H. Gray, Pawnee, La., stepped on
Center, N. D. Large prairie
fire near here. Thomas Hall,
whose ranch was in path of fire,
suffered heavy loss. Was recent
ly elected secretary of state.
Hyattsville, Md. Three injur
ed in collision between B. & O.
freight train and G, B, & H. train.
New York. J, D. Rockefeller
answered complaint of a school
teacher who asked how to get
rich by advising her "to save her