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f'"tmMer V ! WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODY Thomas Millet, 306 W. 26th St., tired of life and wanted to die. Dived in Lincoln park, lagoon. .Water too "cold, and Millet yelled tbe saved. He was. Michael Waszak,' 15,' pointed 'unloaded gun at Harry Berhing, 144903 W. 31st place., Harry will he buried tomorrow. 'Sister Xeona, a nun at the Sis ters df Notre Dame institution, 2122 W. 22d Street, died today of irguries received in a street car accident. r iMrs: J. A. -Page-Foster, 19 W. Erie street, has asked the police to vhelp her find her husband and sftn. Foster and Orlando, Page, 16, disappeared at the same time. She says-" they quarreled, .and fears the boy has met with foul play at Foster's hands. Walter Moss, 3302vParnell ave nge, found dead inbed today by his wife. Believed to have died of chloroform poisoning, taken fol lowing fit of despondency. -Max .Present, 26, .who escaped fr-jOm the Kankakee, Ill...nsane asylum.on Nov. 13, was found on Halsted street and returned to the-asylum. Ernest Weekly, 537 W. 60th street, killed in saving girl from being'f un down by Wabash 'train at 59th street. He stumbled and was ground" to death' under the wheels of same train. John Cavanaugh, 808 S. State street, died at St. Luke's hospi tal as result of being struck by street car at Peck place. . "Louise- Verrnily a- was held by the coroner's jury charged with first-degree murder. She is re-, ported to be dying in the county jail as a result of poison she-took-before being moved from, her home. Howard Wilder, 19,t1506 S. St Louis ave., held up and robbed'of -$150 last night at W. 18th and St. Louis. Wilder is collector for his father's restaurants. " , Milton V. Faust, 224 E. 43rd street, robbed of $50 andv gold watch by two men ia vestibule tif his home last night. Negro and white man held up Thomas Murphy, 1240 S. Wabash ave., early today, and took $9.. Dozen Turks wrecked Greek pool room at 506 N. Green street ' this morning. Three Greeks tall en to hospital. Several Turks in jured, but all escaped. Mrs. Louise Schatz, 1412 S. Ashland, drugged and robbed of $150 in her home today. Sidney Feinberg, her brother, is charged with7 the crime. He has not been1 caught. ' . James Keating, 1049 W: Con gress street, arrested" today-Tor attack on Catherine Lauture, 463 W. Paulina. TCeating 'severely beaten in resisting arrest. A whole raft of people become temporarily famous for being stranded on a boat that' holds William Jennings 'Bryan. ""They are talking once more, about taking some of the risks out of football. They've done'it sev eral times already but it's no par lor game yet .'. rj T " ( Mi'Wv2. -A 1 .: hlr -AV