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'Cycle was struck by auto owned and
driven by J. H. Steiner, 3808 S. Hal-
Paul Moro, 1858 Emerson av., se
verely injured when car struck mo-
t torcycle at Ashland av. and W. Hu-
Mercury went to 94 yesterday and
13 were drowned while trying to cool
ADVENTURES QF MR,-MQUSE
Joseph Bressi, 2, 841 S. Wabash
av., injured by Cottage Grove av. car
near his home.
Robert Mitchell, 50, 1800 E. 44tti
St., cut his throat in suicide effort
Body of unidentified man about
50 found in Lake Calumet.
Five persons narrowly escaped
death when auto turned turtle near
Mrs. R. M. Griffin, 1038 N. Frank
lin st, chased two burglars from her
W. D. Boyce, publisher, remarried
first wife and has started on honey
'moon trip to Alaska. They were di
vorced in 1908.
10,000 Knights of Pythias paraded
"yesterday and then went to Mmhurst
;for unveiling of monument in mem
ory of Eugene Clare Race.
James T. Clarke elected president
of United Irish Societies.
Five injured when fire engine col
'lided with patrol box at W. North av.
and Wells st.
1,500 head of cattle driven from
their pens in stock yards when fire
broke out in Sulzberger & Sons'
50th anniversary of Polish War of
Independence celebrated by 30,000
Poles in Douglas Park.
( Most of Chicago pastors used wo-
.man's suffrage as subject for their
c Stewart Wood, 21, 4423 Lyman
av., killed himself. Tired out
t Unidentified man knocked down
and killed by auto at Milwaukee and
jN. 49th avs. Machine was traveling
60 miles an hour. 'Did not stop.
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Eastman, head of the kodak trust,
being sued, says he'll readjust, but
darned if he'll dissolve. Such hon
esty indicates that Eastman is really
no trust -
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