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NEWS Of THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
" Walter' Sennen, 3614 S. -Fifth
av., overcome by heat while work
ing in H. H. Kohlsaat's bakery,
101 S. Wabash av.
E, J. Rivers, 55, found dead in
bed at Federal Hotel, 444 S. State
st. Heart disease.
St. Jarleth's baseball team plays
St. Mary's of Lourdes, 42nd av.
and 15th st., Sunday at 3 p. m.
Frank Surmut, teamster, died
at People's Hospital of injuries
suffered when crushed against
barn bv own waeron.
Fire destroyed building at 4510"
Beacon st. Family of W. B. Wied
A WILLING PEDESTRIAN.
"Would you like to take a nice
long stroll in this park with me,
"Gladly. Call a taxi."
Baldness among Indians and
n fcrrnft. is almost unknown. . ' i
hofft rescued when almost over
come by smoke.
Supposed hold-up captured by
Patrolman Davis, Maxwell ststa
tion, after revolver duel. E. H.
Linn, 5959 Iowa st, Will be asked
to identify him as man who held
him up at Loomis and Harrison
sts. at midnight.
Danish societies of Chicago will
celebrate 63rd anniversary of
adoption of constitution of Den
mark at Riverview park Sunday.
Wm. Haller, carpenter, 6537 'S.
Wood st, shot and seriously
wounded wife and committed'sui-w
cide. Quarreled ovej his coming
home late last nighto Wife
thought, dying at St. Bernard's
Mrs. W. R. David, 3425 Carroll
av., forgot to turn off gas jet in
basement. Overcome by fumes,
but revived by pulmotor. N
Oscar L. Langerham, 2712 Ew
ing st., internally injured and his
motorcycle wrecked in collision
with taxi, driven by A. W. Boeker,
1420 E. 72nd pi. Takenhome.
A. M. Nelson, reaL estate dealer,
Stevens Point, Wis., fell from
platform northbound Halsted st
car at Thirty-first. Skull frac
tured. Providence hospital.
Mass meeting of teamsters and
switchmen called for tomorrow at
3 p. m. in Hod Carriers' hall, Har
rison and Greene sts. by P. J.
Flannery, international president
of freight handlers.
Morris Mark, 16, 6322 Aber
deen st, employed by Hearst as
strike breaking newsboy, has dis
appeared. Hearst circulatioflv