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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Josenh Hoselc. 7. 848 Gault court,
knocked down by Riverview car and
carried 60 feet on fender. Bruised
Frank Christof, 5, a cabinet
maker, shot twice at his wife in their
home, 222 W. 112th st, then shot
himself. Woman not hit. Man died
Detective Joseph McGuire, Chi
cago avenue station, shot in right
arm while pursuing two men on
North Side. Later McGuire and five
other policemen fought revolver bat
tle with same two men and four
others at Superior and Townsend
streets. Two men said to be bur
glars. Others had threatened detec
tives who arrested two of gang Mon
day. Eddie Jackson, pickpocket, known
as "Eddie the Immune," taken to
Joliet to begin serving sentences for
Residents fled to street when fire
was discovered in frame flat building
in rear 1334 W. 18th pi. Ten families
occupy premises. No one hurt;
Nicholas Schneider, member En
gine Co. 36, overcome by gas early
today while fighting fire in ruins of
Shavings & Sawdust Co., 2231-51 S.
Western av., destroyed by fire yes
terday. John Hogan found in front of 121
S. Halsted st. with skull fractured.
Died at County Hospital.
Mrs. A. W. F. Siebel, wife o? attor
ney, arrested in Peoria Hotel with
Lorenzo Elliott on tip furnished Mr.
Siebel by Arthur- Siebel, 4.
Mrs. ophia Kersten, 84, mother
of Judge George Kersten, dead.
John Durkin, butcher, 3712 S. Her
mitage av., jumped into Bubbly creek.
Drowned. Domestic trouble.
Eddie Jackson, convicted on two
charges, will be taken to Joliet today.
Carl Nehrkern, 19, accused of
seven burglaries, held in $7,000 bonds
by Judge Mahoney
Dr. Samuel Metcalf, 32r 160P S.
Homan av., and his wife overcome
by gas at their home. Revived by
Mrs. Pauline Bentz, 20, given three
days in county jail for taking $600
worth of jewelry from Mrs. Edith
Bush, 3944 Indiana av.
Oscar von Hagen, now in custody,
confessed that he and companion
held up and robbed about 20 women
on North Side.
Aid. M. J. Healy caused arrest of
Harry Dodge, member of Electrical
Workers' Union, in City Hall for car
Mrs. Delia Jackson, 23, held by po
lice in connection with strangling of
her new born babe at New Southern
Dr. W. H. Webster, Rhodes Avenue
Hospital, hit Michael Costello, 5, 7237
Cornell av., with ajuto, and then rush
ed him to hospital, where he died.
Harry Tansey, court clerk, found
$300 under bench in Judge Tuthill's
Federal grand jury returned16 in
dictments for violation of revenue
laws prohibiting re-use of bottle con
taining spirituous liquor.
West Park Board passed ordinance
granting their laborers increase of
from $1.75 to $2 a day.
Chief McWeeny gave order to ar
rest any huckster calling his wares
or any chauffeur who cuts out muf
fler. Mrs. Morton T. Culver, "wife of an
Evanston attorney, arrested for toss4
ing bricks at Mrs. Philomene Schultz.
Warrant issued for Morris Abra
hams, brother of Aid. Manny Abra
hams, charging him with slugging
Sam Gildman, Municipal Court bailiff.
Arthur Larson, South ' Chicago
saloonkeeper, fined $20 and costs for
selling intoxicants to boy 19 years
John Gatzens, 47, 1002 W. Erie st,
severely injured by Milwaukee av.
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