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jgiene, buf- advised caution in 'hand-,
Y Samuel Ruskin, 9,. had his foot cut
bff by" Chicago av. car at NrLeavitt st.
S.-J. Watts, 58 E. Ontario st,hurt
when two streetcars crashed at Dli-
nuia auu Vjitutt- bus.
Victor,Savage, 1049 N. Marshfield
p.v., probably fatally injured by fall
from North av. car. .
. Mrs. Charlotte Porter, 225 Wendell
St., overcome by gas. Will recover.
t - Nine page letter of Edgar Allen Poe
.sold at auction for $66.50.
Count Robert de la Barre de'Er
quelinnes, Brussels, praised Chicago's
C. fi. & Q. will do away with tower
'girls and install automatic signal sys
tem. , .
Trustees Clark and Sullivan had
scrap al meeting 6ft sanitary district
Geo.yH. Whittle, president of pub
lic safety commission, says business
menspeeding ior. offices ause most
,. Patrick Carden, 0, 1148 Hickory
st., suicide. Jumped four floors in
Policlinic. Hospital. Ill health.
Matthew Smoger, 65, 9942 Avenue
IM, killed by Chicago & Western train.
v Robbers got $5Q0 worth of jewels
from hbme of Alex Burke, 1300 Inde-
-, Mrs. Olga Tollofsoq, 25, Racine,
Wis., had Louis, Madsen, 22, arrested
in order to get him away from his
jnojther... Then. she married him.
Martin Thompson, 20 W. Ohio St.,
arrested for spanking wife,
i Police investigating death of Mrs.
Florence Beach, Sioux Pallsr S. D.,
Christian Scientist, who died at 5835
.Winthrop a,y., after rejecting medical
'j Girl,' known only as "Mary," died
at home of Mrs.JdaKreutzig, 2721 S.
Tripp st, supposedly from illegal
operation. r .
.United Societies expect to have
!"j2000j0 women voters by January 1..
f' Homer LowreyK 18, 4447 S. Hajsted
r St., and Ralpn" Eoe,' 19, 826 S. Talman
av., arrested fox-stealing silverware
from Montgomery Ward & Co.
' Mrs. Anna Rosenthal, ' 830 S.
Loomis st, took poison and then
turned on gas. Will die.
. Women's jury tried 18 insanity
cases in Judge Owen's court.
.Dr. E. H. Pratt, Evanston, operated
on four moral defectives at St. Fran
cis Hospital in order to reform them.
Herman Freuzel, 2588 Blue Island
av., arrested on charge of striking
-wife .over head with club.
Commissioner of Public Works Mc-
Gann favors 10 or more garbage re
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WHY SOME FELLOWS SHAVE
Barberv(nnishing the lathering of
ar customer) "Yes, sir, there's no
carelessness allowed by our em
ployer, Evejy time we cut a cus
tomer's face it means a fine of a
Ttfen he added, brandishing his
"But today I, don't care a rap; 1
found a dollar this morning.".
Joliet, Jll. Ed Morris, Kankakee,
convict who bore prison title of "Lord
Churchill," captured at Benton Har
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