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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Michael Pisano, captured to
day, was second of the five pris
oners who escaped from the base
ment of the detective bureau
John Winter, 56, 32 S. Des
plaines St., is near-sighted. While
crossing street at Halsted and
Mather sts. he saw car block
away. County hospital. May
Thomas Mclnerney, 32, 843 W.
Monroe st., fell down stairs. May
Edward Hagberg, 21, 814 W.
Monroe st., arrested after a four
blocks chase. Alleged he stole
rain coat and overcoat from the
Star Electric Co., 18 N. May st.,
while it was burning. Small fire
Segle Tontis, Beyer, Iowa,
farmer, met stranger at Polk st.
station where he arrived here.
Stranger said he knew Tontis,
but couldn't think of his name.
Invited him to his home. Cut
through vacant lot. Tontis has
large bump on his head and is
short $275. "Friend" escaped.
Theresa Rosseack, 10, 1742 S.
Union st., may lose sight of left
eye as result of being shot by
bird shot as she was going to
school. Believed some small boy
Wm. A. Lynch, 28, switchman,
2609 42nd ave., shot and serious
ly wounded by Mathew Bucher,
1556 Washington blvd., at 19 N.
Union St., during quarrel over
Jerome Hoffman, 2, 2443 W.
Monroe st., fell into wash boiler
of hot water Monday. Died to
day. $40,000 loss in fire at 18-20 S. 5th
ave. Ed and Paul Covitz, mem
bers of the firm of Covitz Bros.,
wholesale woolen dealers, whose n
place was destroyed, were arrest
ed shortly after the fire, charged
Perry Robinson, negro, 15, shot
and killed while examining revol
ver belonging to Nathaniel An
tenthort. Antenthort arrested
Thomas Massey, 602 E. 43d st.,
arrested for running "blind pig"
in his grocery store.
Unknown man attacked Mrs.
Anna Anderson, 30, 1447 N. 53d
ct, and left her unconscious in va
Three auto bandite held up and
robbed Stanlev Czabia in his sa
loon at 2145 W. 55th st. Escaped.
Wm. Hanstra. 2049 Oerden av
and Fred Smith, 303 S. Aberdeen
st., severely injured when auto
truck struck them at W. Madison
and Desplaines sts. Thomas Cre-
delio, Z7W Park av., chauffeur,
James Cella, 5610 S. Halsted
st, former house detective at the
Congress Hotel, suicide. Gun. De
spondent over money.
Mrs. S. Palicki, 47, 1424 Holt
av., iound dead in bed. Believed
Antonio Delsando, 24, 923 Blue
Island av., found dead in bed.
Toy Yook, 1707 W. Madison