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escaped; at Van Buren and Laflin sts.,
early this morning. Reason a mys
tery. Lawrence Crowley, 1226 S. Kedzie
av., repairman, fell between ties of
Northwestern "L" structure at Sheri
dan Road. Fractured skull.
Thermometer rose to 82 yesterday.
Hottest Oct. 7 since 1882.
Carl Herrick, 5, 511 W. 55th st.,
shot in alley in rear of home Satur
day. Died. Police probing.
Joseph Cowla, 820 Thomas st., at
tacked by unidentified man in front
of 448 W. Ohio st. Bad scalp wounds.
Julius Schmals, 8, 1817 Girard st.,
hit by auto of Fred Oberheide, 1533
Augusta st. Bruised.
Village of Burnham suing village of
West Hammond for $5,000 for taxes
alleged to have been levied and col
lected by latter.
Alfred Brandenberger, 1012 N.
Central Park av., injured Saturday in
auto accident near Harvey, 111.
Judge refused to issue habeas
corpus writ to Mrs. Ida Mae Hastings
Smith, 3241 Broadway, because she
had guardian appointed by Probate
Court for son who is with foster
mother. Man came into Maxwell st. station.
Wanted place to sleep. Said he had
struck wife in sleep. Chased from
home. Sent home..
42 men arrested in raid on pool
room at 710 S. Cicero av. Gambling.
Warrants charging William Green
and Edward Crowley with being ac
cessories to "gunny sack" murder is
sued in Desplaines st. court.
Mrs. Carrie Loe, 70, 3234 Lemoyne
st, dropped dead in friend's home.
Judge Windes to decide question of
appointment of receiver for Ashland
12th State Bank this week. Argu
ments concluded yesterday.
Albert Warneke, 2442 Thomas st.,
driver for truck company 19 for 21
years, presented with gold medal at
dinner given by friends.
Carl Anderson, 2731 N. Sacramento
av., cut and bruised by street car.
Family thought him drunk.' Locked
out Taken to Bridewell Hospital by
Walter Johnson, 31 S. Halsted St.,
struck by st. car at Halsted and Madi
son sts. Bruised.
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