"NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Robbers blew safe in office of
Williams Grain Co., 406 W. 39tIvH
street, yesterday. Several pieces
of flesh and bbne and a trail of
blood convinced the police one of
the burglar was seriously hurt.
The men have not been found.
'Manager Chance let the first
Cub recruit go today. First Base
man Anthony Walsh was releas
ed to St. Paul of the American
Mrs. Ella Peters, 1127 W. Mon
roe street," attempted to commit
suicide last night by gas, follow
ing a quarrel with her ,husband.
She was revived by a 'police sur
geon.. . - f, -
Two fires within eight hours in
market of D. Tomasalla, 909 Mil
ton street, the heartof the Italian
colony, caused a panic among"
neighbors. Loss $1,000. Investi
gation will be made. '
Herman Charton, a clerk, 1247
.W. 12th, probably fatally burned
when a customer threw a lighted
match into an open can. of gaso
line, causing an explosion.
Two robbers secured $60 from
(X A. Wakefield, a carpenter, 30S
W. Washington blvd. , The men
bound Wakefield's hands and
then locked his feet in-a yise on a
The Women's Trades Union
League will hold a special meet
ing next Saturday at Colonic
Hall, 20 W. Randolph street, to
outline plans for 'a labor temple.
Two delegates from every local
union in the city have been in
vited. Margaret Seibert, 5233 Aber
deen street, held at Clark street
station pending removal to the
girls' home at Geneva, broke her
left leg this morning attempt
ing to escape from the woman's
annex. 'She knotted a rope from
bedclofhing and hung it from a
window, i It was ten feet short.
She dropped to the ground.
. Harry Suetovslcy, 1245 Troy
street, struck by Clark street car
and thrown under, wagon at Ohio
street. Removed to his home.
Miss Margaret Hutchinson, 851
N. State, and Paul Regar, 654 Al
dine ave., struck at same corner a
feW hours earlier. They came
from behind one car and walked
in front of the one that ran
them 'down. Miss Hutchinson
was taken to a hospital. '
Samuel Bonscyson, hfs wife
and maid, severely burned when a
gas stove exploded at the Bon
scyson home, Maywood. The
maid's clothing caught fire, and
Bonscyson and his wife wer,e
burned aiding her.
Frank Paoroski stabbed several
times on the face by James Torig
inxfrOnt of their boarding house,
1449 W. Huron street. ?oth ar
rested. "Don't send good men guilty
of petty misdemeanors to the
bridewell," advised Judge James
A. Collins of Indianapolis in a
speech here. VLet them pay their
fines on the installment plan."
While his congregation munch
ed apples and cookies passed by
ushers, Rev. Frank G. Smith of
Warren Avenue Gongregational
church, preached on "Eveand the
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