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roomers at 1143 Washburne av. Two
Fred Lochard, 63, French professor,
6112 Stony Island av., died at 'recep
tion given by Senior Class Girls' So
ciety at Hyde Park High School.
Purse snatcher got $150 from Mrs.
D. Navrocki, 326 Flournoy. Escaped
Home of John Roaz, 938 Noble, en
tered. Jewelry, worth $300.
Ernest Caldwell stricken while
waiting in line at the municipal lodg
ing house. Died at hospital. Pneu
monia. Wagon of Ogden Oyster Co., 2070
Ogden av., containing 1 dozen bot
tles oyster cocktails, stolen. Police
Mrs. Linda Hasenpluf, 1300 School,
pinched on complaint of relative.
Charged with taking father's ashes
from grave. Released.
Edward Penn, 1501 McHenry, hit
by street car. Seriously hurt.
Mrs. Mary Williams, Joliet, III.,
fined $100 and Prank El Paso, Win
netka, fined $200 Caught together
John Sibbaka, 1827 Darrow av.,
Evanston, employed by Consumers
Co, fined $5 for driving wagon with
out light. Auto hit cart.
Henry Lamke pinched on com
plaint of John Nelligan, 1158 Sedg
wick, former friend. Charges Lamke
and $300 in jewelry disappeared.
"Chinese hate foreign residents,"
said Wm. Calhoun former U. S. min
ister to China.
Gustave Tyslar, 3855 Emerald av.,
pinched after being hurt in auto
crash.. Believe auto stolen.
John J. Edwards, actor, took poi
son because salary was reduced.
Safoon of Charles Crowley, 3001 W.
Madison St., robbed. Seven custom
ers lost $25.
Auto patrol of Chicago av. station
hit auto of Geo. Mehl, 3901 N. hermi
tage av. None hurt.
Eugenia Terezy, 14, took mother
along when she eloped with George
Nellie Cordon, 737 S. Claremont
av., phone operator, had hemorrhage
at Seeley exchange. Dead.
Robbers held up saloon of John
Herlihy, 801 S. California av; $25.
Karmachukos, 823 W. Harrison.
Uncle trying to stop marriage.
Mrs, Claunsing Inwood,, grandmo
ther, got Eugene Betterman, 3, on
writ of habeas corpus.
Man found dead on Sheridan road
unidentified. Initials "T.-J. B," on cuff
links Killed by poison.
Edward M. Corrigan, 60, prominent
rase horse man,. married Alice Pic
kett, 21, Cicero.
Fifteen boardinghouse girls will get
their Thanksgiving dinners at the
home of Mrs. George Welles, Park
HE'S MAKING INDIA DO ITS
SHARE OF FIGHTING
Lord Hardinge; viceroy of India, is
the man who is directing the raising
of troops on the other side of the
globe and sending them off to Eu
rope to fight for the empire. Besides
that he has a job on his hands keep
ing revolutionary leaders in subjec
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