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Fisher estate, N. Y. Alleged to have
failed to pay for building contract
Joe Clark's saloon, 171 W. Wash
ington St., closed. Blames bank fail
ure. Chas. Heppka, 3303 N. Leavitt St.,
and Edw. Perry, 5700 S. Wabash av.,
prostrated by heat.
Marvin Hahn, 8, 950 Edgecomb av.,
bitten by dog.
Mrs. Fred Bysell, 846 Sheridan rd
thought' baby asleep. Died in her
Hannah Bernhard, 827 Lakeside
pi., swallowed bichloride. May re
cover. Adolph Reese, ass't auditor Pull
man Co., took bichloride by mistake.
Frank Manaca, 6, 5423 Honore st.,
fell from wagon. May die.
Wm. F. Hilliard, 245 Greenwood
av., fell from B. 64th st. pier.
Miner Olson, acrobat, died from in
juries received in fail June 8.
Recount of ballots ordered by coun
cil judiciary committee in 12th, 20th
and 28th wards in aldermanic con
tests. Three other contests deferred
John M. Vale, 3722 Wilton av., hit
by street car. Condition serious.
Patrons of Olympic Theater, Clark
and Randolph sts., panic stricken.
Small blaze in basement. Little
Body of man taken from drainage
canal near Summit.
Body of 1 -year-old baby taken from
SUNDAY CONVERTS 288
Colorado Springs, Col., June 23.
Billy Sunday converted 288 men,
women .and children Sunday. He
"Some of you Christians act like
you had a through ticket to heaven
and a Pullman reservation, and had
gone to bed with orders to the porter
not to wake you up until you reach
the New Jerusalem. But you'll head
in ori a. siding-with a hot box before
you get there.
"If your servant is good enough to
cook your grub and wash your dirty
dishes, she's good enough to rub el
bows with you. You don't step down
from the parlor t6 the kitchen, from
the piano to the dishpan.
"We've been treating sin too long
as if it were a cream puff instead of
TWO KILLED, SCORES HURT IN
St Paul, Minn., June 24. Two
persons are known to be dead, several
missing, and at least three fatally in
jured and scores more suffering from
lesser injuries today, the result of a
severe windstorm that took the form
of tornadoes in several sections and
swept across South Dakota, South
ern Minnesota and Wisconsin last
Several towns in the path of the
storm are still cut off from communi
cation with the outside world. Only
meager reports have been received
here and it is possible that the death
list may be increased.
The damage in wrecked homes and
levelled crops will reach hundredsof
thousands of dollars.
The two fatalities occurred in Min
neapolis and its suburbs. Three per
sons were fatally injured and many
more hurt at Watertown, S. D., where
the wind formed a twister.
Sweeping across Southern Minne
sota at midnight, the storm" leveled
buildings at Albert Lea, St. Cloud,
Rochester and Red Wing, and passed
on into Wisconsin, striking Eflroy
and other small towns. At Albert
Lea three persons were injured by
WOMAN OUT FOR JUDGE
Miss Florence King, the patent at
torney, wants to be a judge of the
Municipal Court. She is coming qut
for the fall campaign as an inde
pendent candidate. She believes wo
men should have a representative oa
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