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chain at Clark st and river. Narrow
Mrs. Emma Priver, 305 S. Garfield
blvd., dead. Fell down stairs.
Hyman Gansburgh, peddler, hurt
by Halsted st. car. Chasing boys who
stole fruit from cart.
Mrs. Kate McMahon, 432 S. Sanga
mon st, dead. Fell down stairs.
Thos. Rowley, printer, 770 W. Har
rison st, hit by wagon. Dead.
Stanley Lewindowski, 2015 Lyndale
av., dead. Hit by train of St. Paul
road in Jefferson Park.
John Wietos claims attack in sa
loon at 1445 S. Halsted st.' Stabbed
Chas. Miller, 64 W. Schiller st., ele
vator started at Hotel' Sherman, hurt
by one-story fall down elevator shaft.'
Stewart Roberts, 11, 2302 Central
st., Evanston, may die. Shot self ac
Sidney Fische, 500 Sheridan road,
assistant state fire marshal, arrested
in Evanston for speeding.
Michael Collins, 2713 N. Halsted st,
motorman, hit by car. Hospital.
Anna Schneider, 6649 Greenwood
av., teacher, vindicated by school
board of falsifying on records of pu
pils eleven years ago.
J. B. Forgan placed on federal re
serve board as director.
Col. Roosevelt co.ming to Chicago
for speechmaking tour.
"Chicago will see meteor shower
tonight," said F. C. Leonard, 12, 1338
Madison Park, "boy astronomer."
Thief broke into swimmjng pool
lockers of EckhartPark. Stole money
and jewelry valued at $150Jrom four.
Two men arrested for peeping jnto
women's ward of Desplaines st. sta
tion. oo :-V
" CITIZENSHIP BUSINESS GOOD
Washington, Aug. 11. "-Federal
courts throughout 'the country 'are
doing a land office business in natur
alizing foreigners, a Tush for Amer
ican citizenship papers apparently
having resulted from the war, officers
of the bureau of naturalization of the
department of labor stated today.
Some of the aliens applying for
protection crf'the Stars" arid' Stripes
indicate they thus desire to avoid re
call to their native countries for mili
HER TINY KINGDOM FOOTBALL
A girl of 20 rules the tiny princi
pality which has become a' football of
war. Marie Adelaide, grand duchess
of. Luxemburg, may. lose her kingdom
in the clash of great-powers. Luxem
burg covers but 998 square miles,
wedged in between Germany, France
and Belgium. It is the 'gap through
which the Rations wiUVtry to send
their armies. It has' been assured at
independence, but it is predicted that
probable partisanship for .the kaiser,
if he is defeated,, will destroy its in