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Woke up. Felt disgrace. Cut throat.
Twelve women taken in 3 raids by
Family of six Pouted by fire at 3552
John J. Coughlin, 39, 3658 N. Clark
St., bitten by pet dog. Wound cauter
ized. Woman who fell unconscious and
died on Rokeby st. identified as Mrs.
Hannah B. Marcus, 58, 1440 Foster.
Billiard hall of Loly Nelson, 944
Wells st., raided by 2 armed men. Got
;$25 from 17 patrons.
Miss Elizabeth Clare, 20, Troy, N
;Y.. found in dazed condition on
Auto driven by Alfred E. Stringer,
3012 Logan blvd., dragged by trolley
car sweeper. Partly wrecked.
Philip Alp, 4, 1049 W. 15th st., tried
to make friends with strange dog.
Right thumb bitten.
George Parradee, 1630 E. 65th st.,
stood in cold while 6 cars whizzed
by. Got 7th by standing on track
and waving arms. Arrested for dis
Miss Lena Kappler, 729 Milwaukee
av., attempted suicide. Carbolic acid.
James Haley, 1341 S. State st.,
stabbed 4 times. John McDonald ar
rested. John Loan, 1310 W. Van Buren st.,
left home for several days. Returned
and found family missing. Were eject
ed for failure to pay rent, ground
family at S. Clark st. .station.
John E. Kennedy, drug clerk, 1631
W. Adams st, swallowed bichloride of
mercury tablets. Mistook them for
headache tablets. Will recover.
MAN LEAVES SUITCASE IN
SALOON CONTAINED BABY
A man, whose face was flushed' and
cold, hurried into Biggini & Brig
ade's saloon, 1536 W. Lake street,
and ordered whisky.
He had laid a suitcase down near
ijhe door when he came in. When he
had gone the bartender discovered,
that the man had left the suitcase.
He hurried out into the street, but
the man was out of sight. When he
came back he noticed that the'suit
case was acting very queer.
The bartender paled. He called to
one of the men at the bar.
"Joe," he whispered, "am I snaky
or is that suitcase really moving back
and forth?" x
The other man looked and confirmed-
the bartender's opinion. They
walked over to it and then heard a
faint squall. The suitcase was
A baby boy, about five days old,
lay tucked inside.
He was taken to St. Vincent's Or
STARTED CALUMET PROBE
This is the most recent photograph
of Renresentative William J. McDon
ald, who was elected to. Congress
trom tne uaiumet district in Mich
igan. It was he who started the- con
gressional investigation in the Calu
met strike district.
New York. Arrested on forgery
charge. Dores Hartogs swallowed
bichloride. Will recover.