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Mrs. Hannah Overand, 2503 Lin
coln avenue, found asphyxiated in
bed, by husband. Pulmotor. Not ef
fective. ' Robert Terrant,1735 Park avenue,
arrested when auto crashed into side
of crowded eastbound Madison street
Council favors campaign against
Council approved lease for gar
bage reduction plant at S. 46th and
Motorcop Charles Amis had leg and
arm "broken when his machine hit pile
of dirt on W. Madison. Was'chasing
South Austin Improvement club
has passed resolution asking that
question of initiative and referendum
be 'submitted to vote of people.
Fred Bagiani, 4, 9224 Ontario av.f
S. Chicago, hit by freight train when
he attempted to cross Baltimore &
Ohio tracks near his home. Left leg
Last year's straw hat to the front.
John E. Sandberg, attorney, 155 N.
Clark St., had pockets picked for ?5
while in.Chicago av. police court
Virginia Turner, 7, 6601 Lexington
ay., died last night from burns re
ceived Saturday in bonfire.
Now is the time for all good clouds
to come to the aid of the garden.
Alumni of Lombard College, first
co-educational school in world, will
hold-banquet at Hamilton Club.
Lawrence Tait, 7, 627 S. Paulina
st, dead. Fell from second story
porch Sunday. lit on picket fence.
John Merthauser, 3144'Eberly av.,
hit by auto at Clark st and Carmen
av. " Dead Car driven by Peter O.
Land, 1654 Winona av.
Walter E. Hart and wife, 4423
Hazel av., bruised when their auto
was struck head-on by mactiine
driven by S. G. Herold, 3544 W. Sixty
third st, in Garfield Park.
. AW9 driV?n by JjWStocKer, 2640
N. Maplewood av., hit and seriously
injured Frank Jerorzik, 2059 Grand .
av., in Logan blvd.
James Bradford, aged colored manx
hit by auto driven by Frank Garn.'
Tossed in front of street car. Dead.
Twenty-five persons in rooming
house 670 Dearborn av. fled when fire
was discovered. Loss slight.
GAS IN CHURCH EXPLODES
TWO WILL DIE
Pittsburgh, Pa., May 13. Two.
men were probably fatally injured
and thirteen others were seriously
hurt by an explosion of gas in the.
First Christian church.
Rabbi Rudolph L. Coffee had just
begun a lecture on "Damaged Goods"
when fire was discovered on the roof
of the church. Firemen entered the
building and turned a stream of
water on the blaze. An explosion''
followed which tore away a, part of 3
the roof, blew out the windows and
left 15 persons buried under the J
twisted wreckage. i
Lloyd Jobe and John McClelland I
were pinned down by beams andf may
be internally injured. Several per-i
sons were cut and bruised by flying J
o o f
ATTEMPTED HOLD-UP OF BUSCH?
PRIVATE CAR FAILS
Kansas City, Mo., May 13. Near
the scene of the Kansas City South
ern hold-up a short time ago, an arm-1
ed man attempted to board the pri-
vate car of Adolphus Busch, the St (
Louis brewer, late last night
The car was attached to a Chicago r
& Alton train. The man waved a
revolver and seized one of the hand
grips of the rapidly-moving coach.
He missed his footing and (tumbled
from the steps. "
He is believed to have been injured.
Police are searching the city. i
Busch, who is ill, and being taken!
to his home, was not told of (he attempted-hold-up,