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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Johanna Schalk. 2735 Poto
mac av., -and Mrs, Marie Blaurock,
1941 W. Division fit, killed and Harry
and Otto Blaurock injured when
Lake st.-car struck auto at Thatcher
av-, River Forest.
Mary Stifer, 10134 Av. M., South
Chicago, choked v to death on false
dolman O'Shaugnessy, 3, 4743 N.
Pauline st., swallowed toy cannon,
but succeeded in getting rid of It,
Fpur men killed in gas-filled well
mile south of Chicago Heights.
Frank Bigger, Charles Glenn and
Mike Caffarella, motorcycle racers,
injured in collision at Riverview
Stanley Baring, 1626 La Salle av.,
injured when auto struck his motor
cycle at Dearborn and North avs.
George Petrovitch, 956 W. 20th St.,
shot and badly Wounded by Martin
Carzmak, 27, 743 May st., after argu
ment over card game.
May Cassanelle, 841 W. North av.,
badly bruised when struck by bicycle
ridden Tjy Wm. Sagmaglla, 213 Insti
Col. Roosevelt stopped in Chicago
yesterday on way to New York.
Tickled to death over libel suit ver
dict. Hasn't got his 6 cents yet.
Wrn. Vincent, 3768 Addison pi.,
run down by auto at North av. en
trance to Lincoln Park,.
Ammonia pipe in RectoF's restau
rant exploded. Several diners rush
ed to street to escape fumes. Fire
Michael O'Brien, waiter, shot and
killed his wife at City Hotel, 1601 S.
State st. Arrested. Died later in
cell at 22d st station. Doctors mysti
fied at cause.
Detective Hart, Town Hall station,
fell fromdadder at rear of 3946 Sher
idan rd. Broken ankle.
Edw. Taylor, 2822 S. 5th av., kfil
ed, and Dan Dillon, 2831 Shields av.,
and Walter Wiggins, 3028 S, 5th av.,
pvercome by gas while making cpf-
fee at Wentworth A. C 2759 Went-
Rose Slupsky, 4, 1029 N. Robay;
st, badly injured by auto owned and -driven
by Dr. B. Klarlkowski, 1972
George M. Cohan gave $1,000 toT
committee that is to collect $100,-
000 to build hospital for theatrical
Mrs. Hattie Rohrer, 839 La Salle
av., robbed of $300 diamond ear
rings by negro, who choked her. '
Burton G. Joseph, 3514 Rokeby
St, son of former County Commis-,
Bioner-Chas, R. Joseph, arrested in
connection with robbery of J. H.'
Allen, 19, 4062 Sheridan rd., who
was beaten and robbed of $100 watch
Mrs. Florence Rautcher, 4427 N.
44th st, stabbed would-be hold-up in
face with, hatpin. He, fled.
Burglars carried away property
valued at $1,500 from office of Mme,
Francois, dressmaker, 2204 Michigan
Max Blau, 1238 Turner av., return-3
ing fronTIndlanapolis in aqto owned. '
by B. Horwich, 1524 W. Tayjc st,
killed when aut6 turned turtle at
Lake Villa. Three others injured.
Capt Thomas I. Porter, U. S.
Secret Service, searching foi; coun-,
leneuera, yjjo are nooaing town ,
with "queer" $20 bills. J
Edward Boehm, chauffeur, who ,
posed as Edward B. Kirkman, son of
M, M. Kirkman, millionaire, and mar
ried Mrs. Aimee Givins last fall, J
caught his wife entertaining H. H
Miner, auto man, at their home,--2611
Calumet av., and had them ar-'
George Ellis, 10, 8147 Cornell av
and Helen Thompson, 10, 7628 Yates V
av., bitten by dogs while playing near-,
their homes. ' . r
Martin E. Anderson, 44, laborer, '
2216 N. 52d av., found dead in bed.
Gas. Believed suicide.
Dr. -M. J. -Magor, pastor of Mo-"