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over to uife house. AmHived hap
James Tobin, 34, 1419 La Salle
av arrested for larceny. Had
stolen over $350 from joom 6f
EJinor Huemme and Kathryn
tGriffin, same address. Tobin confessed-
Money found in pawn
shop, 535 N. Clark st.
Railroad managers today im
ported 10. carloads of strikebreak
ers to take places of 6,500 strik
ing freight handlers. Police guard
of 450 Was doubled today.
v H. H. Brukos, 21, Norwegian,
overcome by gas in St. Nicholas
Hotel, revived by pulmotor. On
way Korwajrto Bergen, N. D.
Sam Cohn, 26, peddler, 1639
,W. North av attacked while
driving wagon at Lucie and
Blackhawk sts. by Frank Blaha,
18, 1411 Elson av.,' and John
Gerisciek,. 1415 Elston av., "who
attempted to rob him. Both men
arrested. Cohn removed to hos
pital. Seventeen children and six
grown persons have been bitteri
by dogs in last two days.
Standard Varnish Co., 26th st.
and Armour av, partially -destroyed
by fire yesterday afternoon-
Frances Norstrom, 14, struck
and killed by Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul train at Glenview,
111., Monday night
Andrew Zimmerirh stepped on
man's foot in crowded Went
worth av. car. Man got peevish
and stuck Andrew's head through
Thomas .Gallagher, .347 .W.
Chestnut stj held to grand jury
cpj -charged mayhem. Complaint
made by David Rosenbadh, who
was found unconscious in base
ment at 346 W. Chestnut st Gal- .
Llagher says he Jouftdvictim in
company with his wife
Allen B. Cole, 28, 3132 Rhodes;
ave., last night shot and serious-?
ly wounded his wife, Ella. Cole,
and then, turned gun on hiniself,
firing bullet into his "brain; He
died today. Cole was despondent
over lack of employment and had
started to dririk. His wife works0
in a down-town stote. She may
recover. ' i
Walter Stevens and Josephs .
Kane were placed on trial this 1
morning in Judge ' McKinley's '
court for assaulting Morgan H.
Bell during steamfitters' trouble
a year ago Both were "pals-of
"Moss" 'Enright, who is now
thinking it over in Joliet,
Gasoline tank in frame build-'
irig, 5146, W. Chicago ave., used
as branch of Indian Motorcycle
Co., exploded this morning, ren-
dering one family homeless and
causing $10,000 damages. Tim-1
othy J, Kirk, driyer, Austin pat
rol wagon, fell from seat on way J
to fire and suffered severe injur--ies.
Mrs. Mary Stelzel, 38, widow,
1416 Larrabee st, "overcome byJ
gas. Unfinished note revealed at
tempted suicide. Grief oyer" dead
husband. She may die.
Dr. Harry L. Williams, athletic
director University of Minnesota,
thrown from automobile when
Great Northern passenger train
hit machine. Hips injured.