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D. Dolan, 27 S. Leavitt St.,
slightly hurt when "L" train jerk
ed and threw him from his seat.
Bruno Gyssendorfer, litho
grapher, 919 Grand ter., suicide.
Gas. Tired of life.
Battling Nelson and bride-to-be
arrived here at LaSalle station
today on track 13. Had occupied
birth 13. And today's the skidoo
Police found revolver on Dan
iel Puccett, 3842 N. Harding av.
Arrested. Said he was looking
for "ground sparrows." Fined
Quarantine at Greenwood hall,
where 8 U. of C. co-eds have been
confined during last week, will
John Tanek, 1341 W. Huron
st., tried to stop guests from kiss
ing his bride. Thus started a free-for-all
fight at the Polish wed
ding. He was made a target for
lamps and chairs. He won. No
one arrested. All fled.
Mrs. Eva Romain, 133 W. 39th
st., mistook David Jiles, 3728 Ar
mour av., for her husband, whom
she suspected of being with other
women. Jiles severely injured.
The two women with Jiles were
Felix Henezke, 1618 Black
hawk st., arrested charged with
In divorce suit filed by Mrs.
G. M. Holt, 6159 Monroe av., she
wants injunction to keep her hus
band from annoying her or at
tempting to enter hex home.
Peter Albright, 634 Orleans st.,
severely hurt when plank from
IN CHICAGO TODAY
13th floor of new building at 202
S. State st. hit him on the head.
Four men arrested on C. & N.
W passenger train after fighting
over poker, game.
E. R. Gage.piano repairer, 6559
S. Halsted st., crushed between
street car and "L" structure at
Wabash av. and Van Buren st.
Henry Hekton, 1229 W. Mad
ison st., suicide. Gun.
John Carboor, laborer, 2615
Armitage av., severely hurt when
struck by piece of falling tile in
Ravenwood public school.
Ed Conroy, C. & N. W. Ry.
switchman, died at hospital from
injuries received when he was
crushed between two cars-
Philip Gardner, farmer, Bay
City,- Mich., made acquaintance
of young girL He is shy $40.
Ten men arrested as holdups.
Detective Peter Hart, victim of
auto bandit, was buried today.
Andrew Conway, 10, 2058 W.
Madison St., ran away from his
home for 12th time in a year. Re
turned while being searched fof.
Miss Lydia Lemke, 16. church
worker, Elgin, 111., arrested,
charged with forging father's
name to pay fortune teller who.
promised to regain her suitor.
Confessed, Held in $2,000 bonds.
Major J. H. Cleland, president
Cable Co., dead. Appendicitis.
John Mather, 55 E. Illinois St.,
watchman, severely injured by
Scarlet fever and diphtheria
cases increased yesterday. 76