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nient of building. Said she was pen
niless, without friends or relatives
and that the child was born dead.
James Maloney, Tacoma, told po
lice two men had drugged him in sa
loon dji S. Clark st and robbed him
of diamonds worth $600 and $200.
Hop Lee, laundryman, 6020 S.
State St., beaten by robber. $20.
John Makovitz, 1431 S. Sangamon
st, errand boy, robbed of bundles
containing goods worth $100 at Mich
igan av. and 13th st.
Ina Dresdaugh, 7, 1611 Wabash av.,
fell through skylight at 1601 Wabash
Home of Isaac Pieser, 5153 Drexel
blvd., ransacked by burglars. $432.
Frank McDonald, captain of tug,
Carrie Ryerson, arrested for blowing
whistle of tug 15 minutes because
Randolph st. bridge was slow to
Burglars entered home of Charles
Osborne, 1243 W. 50th st. $172 worth
of articles gone.
E. Eikhoff, ticket agent for Frank-,
hn Park station of Soo line, held
up by masked man. $55.
L. Blanchard's residence, 921 E.
44th st., robbed of jewelry worth
M. Barber, former chief of police
at Kenosha, seriously injured when
run down by horse on Hawthorne
track. Was chasing man off.
Joseph Geogoni, Melrose Park,
found dead in basement of home.
Fall Exposition of Retail Mer
chants' Ass'n of South Chicago
starts. Closes Oct. 17.
Body of A. M. Seed, former head
of Nat'l Business College in Joliet,
found in Desplaines river.
Mrs. Martha Fyryn, 4810 S. Wood
st, dropped dead in home of daugh
ter, 5148 S. Lincoln st. Heart dis
ease. Oliver H. Lyford, 91, railroad man,
dead in Wheaton, 111.
Charles Miller, engineer, 1833
Sedgwich st, cut his wife on face
yesterday when he found her in em- J.
brace of James Pristage, fruit dealer.
Told police he was glad he marred
3 boys arrested for sending "Black
Hand" letter to Edward Golberg, 615
Hobbie st, demanding $50.
Body of man, 55 years old, dressed
in rags, found in alley in rear of 549
W. Madison st. Died from exposure.
Swen Anderson, formerly operative
for aKne Secret Service and Patrol,
arrested on two charges of burglary.
Caught in rear of 941 Lakeside pi.
Carl Kohn, 1842 Barry av., became
sick suddenly in home. Police called.
Taken to hospital. Died. Poison sup
posed. John Breen, 4231 S. Sangamon st.,
run over by wagon on Oct. 10, died
in St Luke's Hospital.
Michael Glickman, roomer, 931 W.
12th st, tried" suicide. Gas. Out of
Mrs. Hugo Freels, 3122 Broadway,
wife of capitalist, began action to
have husband cited for contempt for
failure to pay for alimony.
Mrs. Mary Matcjski, 3030 Throop
st., fell while trying to lift washtub.
Did in County Hospital.
Several men reported hurt in fire
that broke out at Indian Refining Co.,
3700 Morgan st, today.
HOW'S THIS FOR ECONOMY?
Eggs are expensive, butter is more
so, and milk is by no means cheap
but even so our "sweet tooth" de
mands cake once in a while and
here's a recipe that beats the "high
cost of living" three ways. It re
quires neither eggs, milk nor butter
to make this cake:
One cup brown sugar, one cup
seeded raisins, one cup water, one
third cup lard, one teaspoon cinna
mon, one-third teaspoon cloves. Boil
the above together three minutes.
When cool add one teaspoon soda
dissolved in warm water, two cups
flour, one-half teaspoon baking pow
der, one cup black walnut kernels.
Beat thoroughly. Bake m loaf 40