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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO "-
Section of old Dunning infirm
ary burned last night. Over 500
patients responded to fire drill
signal, and were rescued without
disorder. Mrs. Anna Nelson,'one
of the insane patients, escaped,
and police are searching for her.
All others accounted for.
Twenty occupants of rooming
house at 4319 S. Wood street
driven to the street at 2 o'clock
this morning when fire destroyed
, Edward Masher, negro, and
Robert Smith captured by detec
tives on Federal street this morn
ing after revolver chase through
loop district. Men are alleged to
have attempted to rob a stock
man at VanBuren and Federal.
The American, which yester
day relieved the aenemic appear
ance of its third edition's first
page by intimating in large type
.that James. Palermo, . who was
shot and killed yesterday morn
ing, was murdered as a result of
the -strike on the I C, today
buries on the sixt hpage and in
small type the fact .that Palermo
was really killed by his brother-in-law,
'Emilio Filippi, and the
cause was a dispute over Paler
Louis Greenberg, 1209 W- 12th,
held up and robbed by two armed
men atW. 12th and May streets.
With organization, as their
keynote, Mrs. -Raymond Robins
of the Women's Trades Union
League and President John Fitz
patrick of the Chicago Federation
of Labor, will address a mass
meeting Friday night under the
auspices of the Ladies' Straw and
Fel.t Hat Workers' Union in Hod
Carriers Hall, 814 W. Harrisonr
street A musical program has
been provided by the committeeA
in chaTge of the arrangements.
E. L. Blum, manager of Amer-e
ican Music Hall, called upon'tON
explain his connection with H. N
Waterfall, the ticket scalper, said;
he knew nothing of agreement'by
which Waterfall was to be sup
plied with choice seats in his1
theater. Admitted former em-,3
ploye had supplied Waterfalls?
with tickets, but had been dfs-,
District Attorney Wilkerson, ,
prosecuting the packe'rs, toldl(.
Judge Carpenter today that her
would show the bokos of every
defendant in the case, if it took
until June. Harry A. Timmins;
chief accountant for Morris &
Co., on the stand explaining the
details of the books. "
Arthur Lenox, janitor, over-!
come by gas in building at 215 S,
Market street. Iroquois Me2'
morial hospital. -
C. M. Rizer, 6710-lndiana ave.;
switchman employed by the Rock-"
Island, struck and severely in-
jured by switch engine. "
, Several persons injured when
eastbound cattle train on B..& O.1 '
Terminal Ry. crashed into 40th
ave. street car at Taylor street.
Steyen Straska, motorman of the J
car, hurled from vestibule. Three '
persons taken to hospital.
Mrs. Mary Nichols, -3528 Lake
ave., strangled until unconscious
at E. 35 th street and Lake ave.,-bv.:
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