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found on tracks of C, M. & St.
P. Ry. Mrs. L. Olson, 2320 W. Mon roe St., severelyjnjured from fall off Madison stcar. Two men whom she says pushed her off ar rested. David Click tried to enter fruit store of L. W. Aldrich, 128 N. La Salle St., while police were watch ing. Broke glass. Pinched. Lucy-Nicolas, 7, 4740 Lake av., bitten by dog. Badly wounded. Mrs. Louise Schrank, 67, 1411 W. 14th St., dead from injuries suffered Dec. 20 in fall down stairs. - Lincoln Hotel, 1709 W. Mad ison st. Room filled with gas. T. Healey, clerk, and W. Lowe', car penter, dead. Too much Christ mas. Blew out gas. Burglars entered home of M. B. Herely, 2817 Pine Grove av. Escaped with $1,500 loot. Negro on South Side, snatched purse containing $10, Christmas present from her employer from Miss Rose Rhinebeck, employed at 322 E. 48th st. Two men, identified as robbers, arrested by Sergeant Sandstrom. Ed Horan, 937 W. Van Buren st., arrested for trying to rob Henry Mikulecky, teamster, 2437 S. Troy st. Armed bandit entered saloon of Ignatz Nethaj, 1440 W. Ohio st. Escaped with $150. Frank Conniff, 57, 809 S. State St., beaten and robbed of $10 by three men. Emergency Hospital. Electric "sparker" trirriming tree decoration, supposed to be harmless, set fire to dresses of Theresa and Emma Burrian, 19 and 25 years old. Both severely burned. May die. Fred Baker, 6618 Bosworth'av., found dead in gas-filled basement. Accidental. Mrs. Pearl Jones, 1302 W. Madison st., struck by Halsted st car. May die. Arthur Washington, 1449 S. State St., killed by auto of J. T. Richards, 5137 Madison av. M. Coleman, chauffeur, arrested. Mrs. J. K. Reinke, 2227 St. John's cut., bound, gagged and attacked by negro at Ogden av. and Bryant pi. Condition critical. Mrs. Ella Burnap Hinshaw col lapsed while trimming Christmas tree. Fell and broke blood vessel. Died at Oak Park Hospital. ' Mrs. Sarah A. Eddy, 2800 Washington blvd., resident here 59 years, is dead. C. M. Oleson, past grand mas ter of Golden Rule' Masonic Lodge, dead. Heart disease. Prisoners at Bridewell spent happy Christmas. Cheered when band played "Star-Spangled Ban ner." Candle on Christmas tree in home of N." Schneider, 3141 W. 12th st., set fire to curtain. Small loss. While clutching toy horse un der arm, Blanche Kajanik, 13, 1653 Cornell av., fell into tub of hot water. Scalded. Died. Six hundred prisoners at S. Clark st. police station given an nual Christmas dinner and show. Misses Julia Gleeson, 3516 Jansen av., and Helen Anderson, 3755 Eberly av., stenographers . fa,fwM?saiifattM4M(S3.tflii-. (tiiifriWjffo'-'Btth Mjttj