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av., Red Cross nurse, arrested,
charged with practicing medicine
John Kastelny, 27, Elston av.
and Paulina pi., dead from in
juries received in fall Monday.
120,000 divorces granted in Illi
nois from 1867 to 1906.
Burglars in clothing store of
H. Mazar, 660 W. Madison st.
Clothing 'worth $150 taken.
Burglar in home of S. Good
man, 1103 S. Wood st. Got $38.
manicure set, smoking set and
Burglars in home of T. Wilson,
1418 W. Van Buren st. Money
and jewelry taken.
Flat of Mrs. Maggie Smith,
1368 Carroll av.. robbed. Money
and silverware taken.
Thief entered Auburndale Gold
Fish Co., 920 W. Randolph st.
James Kelly, 436 W. 45th st.,
shot in leg by one of two robbers
who held him up. They escaped.
Wm. Ayers, 2734 Indiana av.,
one of escaped diphtheria pa
tients of Isolation Hospital, was
recaptured and taken back to the
hospital. Wife captured him.
Other three still missing.
Unidentified man rescued from
Chas. Shea, 924 S. Springfield
av.. and M. Hickey, 919 N. Fran
cisco av., arrested, charged with
trying to get monev from Mrs.
Emma Schulz, 2520 Ballou St., by
Several half-dressed women
and children rescued from burn
ing McLenan bldg., 31st st. and
S. Park av. $2,000 loss.
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in case of fainting or temporary