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last night taking clothing -with her.
Left 2 children.
Oscar Engeldow, bartender in sa
loon of John Tyson, 2212 North State
st, and porter, Michael Rosnisk, held
up by three robbers. Lost $27.
A. P. Anderson, 71, killed by fall.
Rail on back porch at 2443 W. North
MAN SUES CAR CO. FOR $25,000
ANOTHER "GRAY GHOST" STORY
A strange tale of being hit by a car,
hurried by the car company's "graj
ghost" ambulance to a hospital,
where, he says, he was in the hands
of the street car interests, is told by
L. A. Berezniak, lawyer for John W.
Walker, 5243 Federal st Walker is
suing the street car companies for
$25,000, following injuries, and, ac
cording to his attorney, an attempt
to kidnap and hide him from his fam
ily. -This is the story the lawyer tells:
Walker, a drug clerk at 47th st and
St. Lawrence av., was hit by a west
bound car near the drug store,
knocked under a car going east arid
rolled for ahalf block June 26.
. Before the police arrived the "gray
ghost" of the car company hustled
the man to the Rhodes Av. Hospital.
No report of the accident was made
to the police, but his fpljca were told
on the following day that Walker had
been hurt and was in a hospital.
After threatening action against
the car companies his family was told
the name of the hospital,, but upon
arriving at the place they were re
fused, sight of the injured man. For
three days after the accident they
were turned away and not until the
attorney threatened habeas corpus
proceedings did they see Walker.
When Walker recovered from the
effects o'f four broken ribs, a broken
jaw, crushed tongue and many minor
hurts, he told his attorney that on
his first day in the hospital the street
cir men had asked him to sign a
paper, but he lapsed into uncon
sciousness before doing so. On the
second and third day they again tried
to get his signature on a document,
but he refused. On the fourth day
he was removed by his folks to St.
Luke's Hospital, where he laid a
BRYAN PROPHESIES WORLD
PEACE FOR FUTURE
Baltimore, Md., Sept. 12. "The
convulsions through which Europe
is now passing are but the death
throes of militarism."
With this statement, Secretary of
State Bryan today again expressed
his confidence in the establishment of
universal peace. He made the prin
cipal speech at the closing cere
monies of the Star Spangled Banner
centennial celebration here, repre
senting President Wilson.
WOULD RAISE CHILD LABOR AGE
Springfield, III., Sept. 12-The
state board of labor statistics in an
nual session here today authorized
an investigation of labor conditions
among cnuaren in Illinois wicn a view
to raising the age limit for child labor
from 14 to 16 years.
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