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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Edward J. Powers, 28, Engle
wood Station, detailed on strike
duty, rescued Mrs. Andrew
Layne, 1741 Ogden av., from cer
tain death by diving under fender
of moving street car at Dearborn
and Madison and dragging her
Helen Powers, 7, 213 N. West
ern av., fell 30 feet through sky
light to roof of John A. Dahmke
Packing Co., 2334 W. Lake st.
Julia Crawley, 10, and sister,
Nora, 9, 3650 Union av.,run down
and crushed by auto truck of Al
bert Pick & Co., driven by Alfred
Gebler, while playing on curb
stdne in front o fhouse. Juljaliad
leg amputated. Nora has broken
arms and internal injuries. Geb
ler, who was going at high speed,
attempted to get out of way of
auto truck pwned by Mandel
Brand Gerdusi, 240 W. 22d St.,
was yesterday held to grand jury
for murder o fhis brother-in-law,
Andrew Freed, 48,3214 Oak
pL, found dead in gas-filled room..
F. E. Row, 64, 705 S. Ashland,
knocked down by auto owned and
driven by Thornton A. Herr, Oak
Park, Saturday, died yesterday.
Tony Tufanio, barber, 910 W.
Polk st, shot and probably fatally
wounded by John Aska, 33 N.
Californa. Aska claims victim
stole his dog.
George Brown, 52; 1468 W.
Erie st, wagon driver, Chicago
Avenue Police Station,, overcome
by heat while working in station
James H. LaPearl, well-known
circus man1, 'Sued for divorce by
wife, Nellie LaPearl. Charged
William Allan, 3541 Armour
av., shot and killed in .front of
2958 State st, by Thomas vMc
Kenzie, 2922 S. State st. McKen
zie escaped. Both colored.
1,500 persons forced to climb
stairs of Kesner Bldg., Madison
and Wabash, because of 2-hour
strike by elevator men.
Benjamin Jendricks7 17 1718
S. Wood st., confessed'to stealing
pocketbook from studio of Mrs.
May Donnelly Kelso,Auditorium
Bldg. Mrs. eKlso caught and held
him after chase through building.
Albert Broniecke, laborer, fell
into va filled with limewater at
tannery, 2231 Elston av. Dier,
David Hewitt, .employe .on
chicken farm, found dead on
tracks of Chicago & Northwest
ern in Desplaines. Body mangled.
William Farquhar, 628 W.
Madison, stonecutter, fell from
scaffold at 2d floor of new build
ing, Byron st. and E. Kavens
'wood Park. Suffered rriany frac
tures. Mrs. Lina Musso, 23, 1011 Lar
rabee st., held to grand jury with
out bail for murder of husband
. Mrs. John P. Hettinger, 4708
Dover st., wife of wealthy archi
tect, filed suit for divorce yester
day, and two hours.' later called
him U and asked him to -come