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Don't overlook the gallinipper;
He's the dreadnought, big maneater.
Twice as big as any skeeter.
Swat the fly by tens of dozens;
Swat his sisters and his cousins.
FIVE KILLED AT UNGUARDED
CROSSING TRAIN HITS AUTO
Five people were killed and three
badly injured Monday when their au
tomobile was struck by a Northwest
ern train at an unguarded grade
crossing near Ravinia Park.
The dead: James W. Benham,
2332 Commonwealth av., secretary of,
the Naugle Pole and Tie Co., 5 S.
Wabash av. Mr. Benham was 48 years
old and a member of the Union
League Club; Mrs. James W. Ben
ham, his wife; William P. Bowring,
1219 N. State St., secretary of the C.
H. Worcester Lumber Co., 140D As
sociation Building; Mathias Terts,
1323 N. State St., chauffeur, and Ed
mund H. Wunderle, 2944 Broadway,
son of H. O. Wunderle, vice president
of Riddle & Wunderle, stationers and
printers, 23 N. Dearborn st.
The injured: Miss Alice Barter,
436 Arlington pi., daughter of Augus
tus C. Barter, president of the A. C.
Barter Manufacturing Co., oil stoves,
58 W. Lake st; George H. Miller, 1707
Hinman av., Evanston, attorney, 1415
Marquette Building, and Catherine
Sager, Morain Hotel, Highland Park.
The accident occurred at the Roger
Williams crossing. There was no
watchman to warn the auto party.
"When the machine got into the path
of the train the engine went dead.
Coroner Hoffman will investigate.
WHO IS "DOLLY STANLEY"?
Mrs. Leonora Z. Meder wants to
know who "Dolly Stanley" is.
The young woman was found un
conscious in front of 7016 Clark st
last Saturday. She was taken to the
Ravenswood Hospital, where she re
mained unconscious for 24 hours.
When she was revived she said she
was "Dolly Stanley," that she came
from Detroit, and that she has ' a
Mrs. Meder believes that she is a
Chicago girl who went out on a "joy
ride" and is afraid to go home or r-.
veal her idjpnjity.