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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. W. H. Nudd, 434 S. Ked
zie ave., tried to board Cottage
Grove ave. car -at 12th st. and
Wabash ave. while it was moving.
Fell. Slightly injured.
Wagon of W. E. Powers, 3545
Armour ave., struck by Tribune
auto truck driven by C. R. Bloom,
706 Bowen ave., at Harrison and
State sts. Wagon smashed.
Horse slightly bruised.
Harris Stein, 24, arrested on
Cottage Grove ave. car by Detec
tive Dunne in the act of picking
man's pocket. Offered Dunne $25
to let him go.' Dunne didn't fall.
Stein fined $75 and costs by Judge
George McCoy, 70, carpenter,
Hopedale, 111., jumped off freight
train in front of Chicago Alton
passenger train at 52nd ave. Fu
Fire in plant of Sherwin-Williams
Co., Stephenson ave. and
115th st. -$500 loss.
Isador Benzuly, 2519 W. Chi
cago ave., missing. Ran away.
"Our secret ballot has shown
"that Roosevelt will carry the state
of Illinois by 40,000, but now that
an attempt has been made to mur
der Mr. Roosevelt, we will carry
Illinois by 150,000." -Harold
Ickes, county chairman of the
Bull Moose party.
Thief snatched purse contain
ing $60 from Miss Emma Schul
enberg,"4830 Lexington St., on
32nd st., near State st.
Walter Jackson, 1639 Park
Ave., who fell down stairs March
Harlan Fitzgerald, 9, 15 W.
Chicago ave., tried to ride donkey.
Hee Haw. Internally injured.
Mrs. Selma Hagel and Wm.
Hoffmeyer, 2 E. Indiana ave.,
struck hy auto of W. C. Buhl,
3610 Pine Grove ave., at Dear
born ave. and Indiana ave. Both
seriously injured. Buhl arrested.
Released on $500 bonds.
$60,000 was collected by Wo
men Workers for Children's Day
yesterday. Tag day.
. Mrs. Amanda Wedde, 1117
Wellington st., dead. Gas. Sui
cide. Walter Valenti, 1642 Elston
ave., who was shot by Frank Ko-
hiinfki, 1602 Elston ave., when
he butted in when Kominski was
beating Valenti's son, is dead.
Dj. Wgi. Lenneker, 63, 123 S.
Ashland ave., dead. Ill several
Steamer Pegockey, of the C. &
S. H, Steamship Co., crashed into
Anchor line ibck east of Wells
st. bridge. Slightly damaged.
R. M. Lee, 1517 Granville ave.,
found not guilty of criminal libel.
Mrs. Tillie Wrobel. 24. 550 De-
Koven St., struck by Milwaukee
ave. car. Killed.
Rosalie Banik, 2. 1131 W. Chk 1
caero ave., scalded 2 weeks aero bV
kettle of boiling water, dead.
J. H. Howell, 6856 Madison
avev dead. Burned in explosion
of locomotive boiler on Belt Ry
Co. line, Oct. 9. ,
Victor Johnson, 27, Lafayette
hotel, W. Madison and Desi