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FOUR ARE 'STORM VICTIMS IN
CHICAGO AND VICINITY
Four persons have.already been re
ported dead and around 80 injured in
Chicago and vicinity as result of last
Orlo Slocombe, 12 years old, 3103
N. Sawyer av., and Thos. Ywanowicz,
35 years old, 1453 Redfield av., were
the only identified men who lost their
lives. Two men were killed at Des
plaines, but their identity is not yet
Slocombe was the son of W. B.
Slocombe, department manager for
Mandel Brothers' departmehtstore.
He was crushed, to death when the
storm turned their home over. Slo
combe, his wife, Mary, and sons were
hurt and burned. 1
Those reported seriously injured
are: Slocombe, his wife, Mary, and
sons, Harvey, 19, and Vernon, 17.
Robert Pahsbenfer, wife, Mary, and
son, Rudolph, living above Slocombe
- Otto Meister, wife, three children;
Marie Meister, 6 years old; Ruth, 4,
and a 9-monhs-old baby were saved
from 'the wrecked building. All were
burned and bruised.
John Lechovicz, 57.43 Grand ave
nue, wife, Mary, and children, Lil
liant, Vanda and John:
John Mucek, wife, Antonio, and
children, .Catherine and Rose; 5743
John Bigos, wife and children,
Joseph and Vanda, 5743 Grand ave
nue. Mrs. Thomas Debblo, 344 North
Fifty-third avenue; saved from
drowning when the basement of a
flat at that address became flooded.
' Thomas Fellon, 4730 West On
tario street, chauffeur; thrown from
automobile and bruised.
Henry Holdors, -10 years, 3214
Lawndale avenue; struck by bricks
which crashed through his bedroom"
John Fitzgibbons, 22 years, 2311
Walnut street, switchman; severely
burned when the wind uprooted a
shelter shanty in which he was stff
ting and overturned a stove; Monroe
street( hospital. May die.
Harry- Johnson, another switchV"
man,- suffered a fractured skull; was
hit in the head by a piece of scant
JohnTJarrison, 63 years old, 2022
Wesf Adams street; blown down a
stairway; ngnt snouiaer iracturea.
On account of the telephone and
telegraph wiresbeing blown down it;
may be some time before the actual
number of dead and injured is known.
Many passengers on South Clark
st. car were thrown into a panic when
the wind blew in several windows
just as the car was about to enter
the.tunnel at W. Randolph and N. La'
Salie streets. Many cut. 't
Part of the roof of the Federal
Process Company, 2000 N. 56th av.,
was blown into the street Windows
Two plate glass windows of, dry
goods store at 5652 Grajld av. were
"Solly," said Ikey, rushing excited
ly up to his friend in the smoking
room of the Twisters' club, "lend us
a fiver for a moment only, for a mo
ment." ' "Quite sure you only want it
for a moment?" queried Solly, sus
piciously. "Quite sure only for a
moment," replied Ikey, nearly danc
ing with agitation. "Very well, then ;
wait a moment and-then you won't
Maxirie Elliot is reported to have
married an Englishman who neither
drinks nor uses tobacco, but those
English are never too young or ten
der to learn.
Mme. Salomon Great Heaven!
Isaac, Isaac! Don't you hear? There's
somebody snoring under the bed. It
must be a burglar. Mr. Salomon
Hush,. Rebecca! No noise; let him
sleep. Well charge him for his lodg-
l ihgs tomorrow monung.
Tver's ,3ri&v.:i-u-,t-t&. i.