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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Moritz Kalliney, 50, 1144 S.
Desplaines st, struck by car at S.
Clark and 12th sts. Seriously in
jured. Anfon Stika, 88, 2531 Ridge.
way ave., suicide. Bullet. De.
spondent over divorce.
Samuel E. Ellman, 1420 W.
Madison St., attempted to board
Madison st car at Sheldon st.
with his 5-year-old son in his
arms. Fell. Both severely hurt.
Robbers robbed John Roth in
his grovery store, 800 S. Leavitt
st., of $10.25.
$1,000 property loss in fire at
3133 Lincoln ave. No one hurt.
Mrs. C. F. Kennedy, 1555 E..
61st st., found 'pearl in oyster at
Carlo Strigo, 869 Milton ave.,
fell 3 stories, then rolled down
flight of stairs into basement at
323 Belden ave. Seriously in
jured. Robber locked Louis Matson in
vacant house, 242 W. Chicago
ave., after robbing him of $33.
Matson was arrested, then dis
charged. He ha.s now sworn out
warrant for "Ole" Johnson's ar
rest, charging him with larceny.
Mrs. Ida Graham, 38, 3717 In
diana ave., dropped dead while
reading election returns. Hemor
rhage of brain.
U. S. Senator S. M. Cirilom is
here, pn his way to Washington,
Mrs. Anna Peterson, 3354 Shef
field ave., attempted to end her
life by gas. Desponden because
she was beaten by her son, Er
nest, 19. Revived. Serious con
dition. Police searching for Er
nest. Miss Anna Apter, 636 E. 15th
st, stenographer, and Gus Boden
heim, Milwaukee, mailing clerk,
met in Progressive headquarters
during Bull Moose convention.
Wedding bells will soon ring.
Col. Roosevelt will be asked to be
present at wedding, as it is first
Bull Moose wedding.
Mayor Harrison is in Michigan
for a vacation and rest. We shoujd
Michael Scotchilet, 32, clerk,
arrested in Woodstock, 111.
charged with forgery.
John Rooney, 700 E, 36 st,
acrobat and bareback rider, who
was struck by car at Cottage
Grove ave. and E. 35th st., is
F. M. Thomas, 2734 S. Park
ave., fell down elevator shaft in
building of Griswold & Walker
Co., 502 Johnson st. Dead.
Samuel Bowman arrested
charged with larceny preferred
by Harry Carlson, 3416 Indiana
ave., his employer.
M. Winnibeck, 70, 622 47th st,
shoemaker, found dead in his
Ed Murphy, 39 S. 16th ave.,
Maynvood, carpenter,-killed by C,
& N. W. Ry, train at 5th ave,,
Thomas O'Connor, 4323 Green
wood ave., fined $25 and costs for,
stealing a horse.
Unidentified man killed by auto