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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY W
Mrs. Theresa Malloy probably
fatally injured when she leaped
from second-story window ,in
rooming house fire, 1815 Wabash
ave. Two women slightly burn
ed. Score of people escaped to
Cars are expected to be run
through new LaSalle street tun
nel beginning. May 1, relieving
present congestion on Clark and
Wells street bridges.
Bones of three young women
found in basket in basement of
negro tenement, 3155 Groveland
ave. Police are digging up cel
lar, suspecting wholesale murder
mystery. Building Avas formerly
occupied by white people. Traces
of quicklime were found on bones.
Charles K. Miller' fell out of
fifth story window of Hudson
hotel, 44J S. Clark, early Wday,
and was instantly killed.
- Michael Kirch, 1712 S. Jeffer
son street, probably fatally hurt,
and John Kurl, 1422 S. Jefferson,
cut and bruised, when wagon on
which they were riding was
struck by streetcSr at W. 12th
street and S. 5st court.
All carpenters who went on
strike two weeks ago will return
to work tomorrow, having voted
to accept concessions made by
Leo Grinsrzewicz, . 1629 S.
Throop, shot and probably fatal
ly wounded by James Rebiski in
front of 1610 W. 17th street The
quarrel arose over Rebiski's at
tentions to his victim's sister.
"Hungry" Jack Hogan, Chica
go's veteran hackman, today aa-
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mitted his defeat for demoratic
nomination for congressman at
large. He was joke candidate, but
carried Cook county by 6,000.
Because he refused "to pay a
second five-cent car fare, Joseph
Bush is today carting around a
bullet in his anatomy. He was
shot when the conductor sought
to eject him.
Bernard Goldberg, 11, 1527 W.
12th street, struck and severely
injured by a motorcycle at 12th
Eldridge Moore, negro, 3810
Wentworth ave., shot and in
stantly killed yesterday by a ne
gro known as Jim. The latter
George E. Moss, proprietor, of
a barher shop at 933 W. Madison,
attacked by a colored porter as
he was counting the . day's re
ceipts Saturday night, and beat
en and robbed of $40 and a dia
mond valued at $200. The negro
David M. Roberts, inmate of
Dunning, former attorney of '
Oshkosh, Wis., committed suicide
by hanging yesterday.
Body of an unidentified man
found floating in the south branch
of the river near S. Paulina street.
Money, a watch, and two trans
fers dated March 13 were found
in the clothing.
C. W. Hart, arrested yesterday
in a hotel at 1859 W. Madison,
accused of collecting money onJ
bogus orders for goods made by
John Baumgarth Co., calendar
Thirty passengers slightly hurt t