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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Paul Stefano, 2, 1226 Grand av.,
fell from third-story window while
listening to German band. Killed.
' Charles Baker, 40, maniac burglar,
arrested after mile chase. Had been
interrupted while robbing home of
Prank Bowyer, 175 S. Francisco av.
Sixteen waiters struck at South
Shore Country Club and seriously
Interfered with dinner parties given
by Alfred R. Urion and others.
Charles DeWoody, chief of the
Dept of Justice, may investigate
"dry bath cult," founded by Lillian
Eoff at 430 Fullerton av. Several
members are locked up at Sheffield
Members of hoboes' union deco
rated graves at Potters' Field.
Ten persons returning from Grace
land cemetery injured when Ash
land av. car collided with Southport
- James Krunloasky, 66, 2869 Quinn
st, former Austrian soldier, shot and
killed himself after listening to mar
tial music yesterday. Wife saw trag
edy. Fire caused $25,000 loss to cloth
ing firm of Ederheimer, Stein & Co,
1232 N. Paulina st.
: Frank Zeers, 931 Vernon Park
place, died from result of accidental
shooting, May 28, when shotgun fell
Joseph Mikoloyooski, 12, 1857 N.
Robey st, fell in lake at Fullerton av.
Body of Earl Bloom, 5, who was
drowned in Thorn creek, near his
home at Glenwood, .recovered yes
terday. Soren K. Blaaberg, 4429 Evans av.,
accidentally shot himself while hand
ling rifle in barn at 1336 S. Wabash
av. Severe scalp wound.
Police -searching for Arthur Olson,
14, .2214 S. 60th av., who disappeared
from home last Tuesday.
Mrs. Jennie Kiley, sister-in-law of
Aid; JJ. Coughlin, FJretwarcLJkifted
by gas at 1340 Wabash av.
Harry L. Sayler, general managef
City News Bureau, died early this
morning at home of William Fortune,
Clinton Duncan, 19, cadet at
Morgan Park Academy, broke leg
when his horse fell on him at 16th
and Michigan av.
Volunteers of America will hold
special memorial services at their
Auditorium, Washington blvd. and
Ann st, Sunday evening. Many
members of G. A. R. expected.
Catherine Martin, 6, 3114 Walnut
st, injured when struck by auto
truck driven by George Kumle, 3033
S. 41st av.
shot and killed himself.. Ill and de
spondent. Peter Becker, 40, who shot a(nd
wounded Genevieve Thomas, 32,' at
their home, 836 W. Adams st; Thurs
day morning, and then shot himself,
died at County Hospital.
Thief snatched purse of Mrs.( Ru
dolphia Smith, 4063 Sheridan' rd.
Purse contained $1.50, some trinkets
and a rabbit's foot for luck.
Abram W. Harris, Jr., son of presi
dent of Northwestern University, ar
rested for auto speeding.
Only 1,500 G. A. R. veterans
marched in yesterday's parade.
Police looking for six men who
held up and robbed William A.
Stonis, 566 W. 14th st, of $40 at W.
t14th pi. and Union st.
conterence ot aeiegaies represent
ing fifty Greek letter 'college societies
met at Blackstone Hotel and de
nounced high school "frats."
Harry Hale, waiter at Illinois A. C,
hit M. G. Forbes a manager of Lu
cius Beebe & Sons Leather Co., 307
W. Lake st, on head with water bot
tle after argument Forbes taken to
hospital: Hale jailed on charge of
assault with Intent to kill. ,
Rose.Classn, 16, inmate -of Juvenile
Homebadly injured, .when, .she. feU
across iron pipes, county .nospitaii