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band, Sidney, slightly hurt when their
motorcycle struck street car.
S. C. Haskell, 1420 Chicago av., ar
rested, charged with assault. His auto
struck and seriously injured Fred
Palm, Hubbard Woods.
Otto G. Griesbach, 4700 Evanston
av. arrested for speeding.
Body of unidentified man about 35
. found in river at Wilson av.
E. Bigelow, contractor, 1620 Oak
av., arrested. Speeding.
Joseph Mike, 70, 1841 Clybourn av.,
stepped on rusty nail. Lockjaw. Dead.
George -Kleison, 25, Jaborer, acci
dentally fell in river. Rescued.
G. Freeman, 34, 1022 S. Fairfield
av., fell dead while kneeling in pray
er. Heart disease.
Mrs. Marie J. Russell, 75, 5639 W.
Superior st., widow of civil war vet
eran, was refused admittance to
County Hospital although she had
two certificates from physicians say
ing that she was suffering, from cere
bral hemorrhages and paralysis. Dy
ing unattended at home.
H. S. Walsh, contractor, 665 Sheri
dan road, arrested. Speeding.
David Tulloc, 26, 534 N. Clark st.,
tailor, severely injured by street car.
Mrs. Mary Hennipen, 2450 W. Chi
cago av., thoughjt she heard burglars.
'Phoned police. They found her hus
band, who had returned home earlier
Ed Thorsen, 55, 2142 N. 42d av.,
night watchman, shot and severely
injured himself. Believed an attempt
H. Snell, banker, 1316' Church st.,
Evanston, arrested. Speeding.
Theodore Schneider, 3734 N. Mor
gan St., stabbed and seriously wound
ed during fight with number of men
at dance hall, 1431 Cornell st. Hos
pital. R. M. McEvoy, contractor, 4527
Beacon st, and Harry Muno, deputy
sheriff, 2462 Touhy av., Rogers Park,
arrested for speeding. Released on
Police searching for Mrs. Nellie
Brejski, 2655 S. Troy st. Disappeared
last Friday with her two children.
Husband believed she eloped. Had
Frank Webb, 76, Evergreen Park,
dropped dead in street. Heart failure.
John Konetskey, 40, 1637 W. 19th
St., seriously injured by I. C. train. -
Body of John Watinlast, Ham
mond, Ind., found in Calumet Grove.
Believed killed by train.
Police raided poolroom of James
Harlan, 1206 W. Lake st. Seven men
arrested. Harlan booked, charged
with running gambling house.
Police searching for A. H, White,
wealthy farmer, Pulaski, Pa., who
came here Wednesday on business.
Son is dying in Youngstown, O.
Tony Belcastra, 2848 W. 30th st.,
shoemaker, stabbed and severely
wounded during fight in saloon with
his uncle, Frank Prince, 704 Lytle st.
Wm. -Burke, 15, caught while at
tempting to rob saloon of John B.
Fitzpatrick, 300 W. Washington st.
Three companions escaped.
GARMENT WORKERS HOPE TO
REPEAT VICTORES OF EAST
Agitation is spreading rapidly in
the matter of organization of "50,000
garment workers, and delegates from
different shops have called at the un
ion "headquarters for information.
In addition to the two branch head
quarters already established another
will be opened on the Southwest side,'
and, a mass meeting called at the'
earliest possible moment
Business Manager Levin believes
that there will be little difficulty in
organizing the 50,000 workers as
they are eager to be taken into the
union in order to repeat the victories
gained by the garment workers in
The great guiding landmarks of a
wise life are indeed lew and simple .
to do our duty, to avoid useless sor
sow, to acquiesce patiently in the inevitable.