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ting some of the Canadian money
changed. Lawler says he got $545 of
it from Flanagan. Flanagan denies.
Isidore Goldstein and Margaret
Kennedy arrested on suspicion of be
ing mixed up in Logue murder last
Vault of S. T. Dustin & Co., tailors,
4th floor Western Union bldg., robbed
L roads offer council single fares,
universal transfers and through
routes if permitted to lengthen plat
forms and make necessary changes.
Aid. Bowler, 19th, and Healy, 18th,
oppose building new union -depot at
Mrs. Catherine DeHass, 71, 28 W.
103d pL, overcome by gas, died Sun
day at West Pullman Hospital. Hus
band also asphyxiated. Leaky stove.
Bottle with note signed "Michael
Rattary, night -watchman," found on
lake front Sunday by Charles Weegh
man, 5627 Sheridan rd. Note read:
"R. Simmons went to bottom with
cargo and crew after jamming
sunken ice, crushing front of boat."
R. Simmons was the Christmas ship
lost in Lake Michigan before Christ
mas. Garfield Park and Logan Square L
trains collided at 5th av. terminal.
Windows smashed. Nobody hurt.
Auto turned turtle in Blue Island.
Two men and a woman picked up un
conscious. Came to at St. Francis'
Hospital. N. T. Nelson, 7456 Evans
av., broke ribs. Mrs. Ida Larson, 7427
Ingleside av., and Jos. McKeown,
7129 S. CHicago av., slightly injured.
Mrs. Ann Reichstaetter and three
children overcome by gas at 5030 S.
Ashland av. St Bernard's Hospital
Pulmotor saved them.
OUTSIDE AUTO ACCIDENTS
New York. Automobile driven by
Thorwald Jensen and containing joy
riders, turned aside to avoid running
ov.er a child, and dashed into a store
window. Mrs. Rose Greenwald, her
four-months'-old child, anii boy 5,
dying. Six others injured.
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Cleveland, 0. Harry Conway,-22,
Ogdensburg, N. T., Western Reserve
University student,, dead and six
others injured when automobile was
hit by interurban car near Willough
by. M. F. Keyes, driver of car, was
blinded by interurban's strong head
light and drove directly in front.
Marysville, 0. Mrs. James Norris
killed and husband and four others
injured when auto turned turtle be
cause of collapse of front tire.
Warren, O. Mrs. Henry Turner,
Mrs. Ward Turner, Ward Turner and
Mrs. Frank Housel dead, and Frank
Housel injured when auto was hit by
Baltimore & Ohio express train at
Milwaukee. Dr. M. A. F. Hoffman
instantly killed and his daughter'
Paula, 7, probably fatally injured
when auto was struck by Northwest
ern passenger train.
New York. While playing ball in
front of his home in Brooklyn, Sam
uel Settoff, 12, was killed by auto
driven by M. J. Colgan, contractor.
Bucyrus. O. Lewis Allyman, 19,
thrown from motorcycle. Broke
Gallon, O. Lewis Auman collided
with another motorcyclist and was ,
thrown from his machine. Broke
Denver, Col. Robert Hanks dying,
Thos. Broadbent seriously injured
when auto went over bridge into Lit
tle Dry Creek. Machine turned over
A vegetarian was interviewing a
German applicant for a post as "cook
lady." Her references were good, and
the wages she demanded not exor
bitant "I'd like to have you," said
the lady, "but perhaps you won't
want to live with us. We are vege
tarians and never have any meat inJ
the house. Would you be satisfied
with a vegetable diet?-" Fraulein
scratched her head. "Veil," she said
dubiously, "iss beer a wegetahle?,'