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WCALiXQlNPS IN TAELOlDfORM
. Mrs: -Emma Fensterbush, 532 Cass
street, wounded1 yesterday by Edy
ward Elliot, the. burglar, died this
morning intthe Passavant hospital,
' , Grace Sabo, 17, 2078 Canalportav.,
missing since Tuesday.
Chas. Ready, 48, 1884 Milwaukee
av., died on 'operating table. Abscess
in head. '''
Edward Elliott trapped by police in
rooming house at 532 Cass St., shot
r- ana senousiy wounuea ivirs. jiimma
u Fenterbush, landlady. Then killed
Iriiriself. Was wanted for robbery.
i Mrs' Jane Usher Bolte, 86, Win-,
hetka, Tesiflent here since 1868, is
Wm. Glowski, 20,-515 W. Madison
st., arrested, charged with beating
and robbing John Koma, Peerless
Hotel, SrHalsted and W. Adams sts.
Miss Bertha Newfeltf, 5129 S. Eliza
beth st., victim of negro purse snatch
Police searching for Josephine
Burbat, 17, and brother, Anthonyt 18,
1714 S. Union st. .Ran away from
home Tuesday. ,
Wm. Walden, 33Q1 Kenmore av.,
arrested. Suspected of having robbed
George Peters, 712 W. 15th st.
Natala Cattarelli, 1109 Johnston,
st., laborer for I. C. Ry., killed by
switch engine. ,
S.'Van Zant, 50, merchant, Clifton,
111., fell in front of 180 W. .Madison
st. Broken' nose.
''Suicide while temporarily insane."
Verdict returned at inquest over body
of H. J. Brush, 55, 4415 Michigan av.
J. D; Collins, of Collins Bros.' ice
cream firm, fined. $3.50 for contempt
of court. FaileaVto 'apbear at cotut
at summons for jury service.
. Robber threw, padded brick
through window of jewelry store of
B. Marks, 712 W. Madison,st. Got
$1,500 worth" of, jewelry.
Luther Sweeney, 11542 Yale av.,
held- to grand jury for slaying of
Fred C. Cann, 6345 Washington av.
Mrs; James. Jackson, n egress, 102
W- 13th st, shot snd killed her hus
band during quarrel in salopn.
Pr..J. L Hall, 71.4735 S. Ashland
av., arraigned, charged with wife de
sertion. Case continued tp April 10. .
Mrs. J. H. Jacpbson and Chas. An
derson found unconscious in burning
apartment, 304 W- Goethe St Over
come by smoke. Outers 'rescued.
$1,000 loss in fire which threatened
furniture store of J. J. Martin, 511
W. Division st Fir6 attorney inves
tigating. TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
St Louis, Mo. Fi reman !"Otto
uttsWashington, Mo. Skilled and 11
persons injured when landslide struck
Wafcash train nearNormandi. En
gineer C. M. Daniels saw it start and
jumped. Buried up to his neck in
soft mud. ,
South Bend.lnd. Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Turner dead. Gas. Accidental.
Had been .married one day. y
Minneapolis. Electrical equipment
weighing 80,000" pounds' has "been
shipped to Omaha to be used in re
construction of telegraph and "tele
phone lines there.
Allahabad, British India. Lieut
Clark of Indian army's medical depot
hung for murder, of examiner-of milt
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