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over and killed by S. Chicago ave.
street car at 73rd street. No wit
nesses to accident found, and the
crew not known.
PaulBarzo, jr., shot and killed
ljig-.fathgr. an their home, 11420
Wattj a. Father had refused
the son's request fpr $2. A. chris
tening -was being celebrated, and
a crowd was present. "
Mary vHaseriauskat,W. 35th
place and'Morgan street, died last
night while on way to theater
with Stanley Lanewicz, to whom
she was engaged. They were
waiting for a car at Monroe and
Furs, jewelry and cut glass
Valued at $3,900, alleged to have
been stolen, was recovered by the
police from a house at 3632 S.
Dearborn. Property is said to
have been stolen from home of
Mrs. Grace Wells, 4941 S. Mich
igan, week ago. Two women and
a man are being held for the rob
bery. Body of man believed to be
Emil Jenssen, found at Illinois
hotel, 1007 S. State. Death
caused by bullet wound. Police
Twelve men and nine women
arrested last night by detectives
in raid on Exchange jtjotel, 22 E.
Van Buren street. Thomas New
bold, owner of a saloon on ground
floor, charged with being keeper
of a disorderly resort.
Maxwell street police are in
estigating death of Charles
Smith, 637 S. Sangamon, struck
by Harrison street car at Canal
sti eet. Smith died In ambulance.
Chicago Railways Co. failed to
notify police or coroner, it is said.
Three-story building at 1713
19 S. Halsted, owned by B.
Sprock, and occupied at' photo
graph gallery, destroyed by fire.
Danjage estimated at $5,000.
Sing Moy, 511 S. Clark street,
partially overcome by gas, re
stored by the pulmotor.
Detectives raided room oyer sa
loon of John O'Connell, St. Clair
and E. Michigan streets, and ar
rested 26 cockfighting enthusiasts
sitting around pit in which two
birds were fighting. O'Connell,
Samuel Bravier and J. C. Gavin
are said to own birds, a score of
which were captured.
Michael Delaney, fireman on
the Illinois Central, crushed be
tween two freight cars on that
road yesterday at E. 14th street.
Died in hospital.
Frank Taylor, 2521 S. Wabash,
shot by Theodore Tippe. watch
man at coal office, 2400 Armour
ave. Tippe said Taylor was try
ing to break into company's of
Detectives raided saloon at
1759 W. Chicago ave., and barber
shop at Grand avenue and N.
Wood street yesterday, and ar
rested 15 alleged gamblers.
Miss Daisy Venthusen, for
merly school teacher in Wilmette,
committed suicide there vester
day by inhaling gas. Left note
saying she was tired of life.
Reward of $4,000 has been of
fered for arrest of young man
who walked into jewelry store of
Spaulding & Co , last Wednes
day, turned around, and walked
right out again, taking with him