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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Detectives today arrested two
young men alleged to have robbed
John O'Haulon, Grand Rapids, Mich.
. O'Haulon said he was dragged into
a hallway and robber of $28. Police
. say they found the money on pris
oners. Frank D. Carlisle, 60, inmate of
soldiers' home at Grand Rapids,
Mich., killed by Illinois Central train
John Vadicka leaped forty feet to
ground when fire attacked his home
-at 5737 S. 43d court. Broken arm,
leg and internal injuries. Two fami
lies in building had narrow escapes.
House burned to ground.
D. T. Olsen, president Union Linen
Supply Co., his wife, two children
and Mrs. Harry Wright, injured when
auto collided with their machine at
Lincoln and Devon avs. Mrs. Olsen's
arm broken. Bernice Olsen, 10, re
ceived broken leg. Others cut and
bruised. Second auto disappeared.
" Fire of a mysterious origin caused
$50,000 damage to A. H. Vilas Co.,
makers of picture frames, 1101 W.
Seventeen people rescued from
Body of unidentified, man, about
40, taken from river at East Illi
South Chicago police searching for
gypsy band believed to have kid
naped Annie Nawlaney, 5, East Chi
cago. Jacob Linger arrested for taking
two young girls to Wicker Park.
Joseph Marley, 300 Beethoven st.,
shot twice on Larrabee st. car by
stranger who escaped.
Brant Seymour, 3835 Calumet av.f
robbed of $15 on State st. car at
39th st. .
10,000 people attended second an
nual Chicago- Peis, organized by
Gaelic League, at Comiskey Park.
Gov. Dunne presided.
Mrs. Matthilde Minhke, widwife,
1918 Addison St., arrested following
death of Mrs. Josephine Sutter, 1802
Kimball av. Illegal operation sus
pected. Policeman Martin Wenzel attack
ed by Bohemian mob and stabbed
when he arrested Roman Neimann,
2328 W. 21st pi., at 19th and Leavitt
Harold Gundstrom, 15, 4141 N.
Kedzie av., had first pair of long pants
stolen from locker at Wilson av.
Thos. Garrity, 825 Roscoe st., had
both legs broken when auto skidded
and struck electric pole at Roscoe
and N. Halsted sts. Four others hurt.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gould and son,
Prank Miller Gould, were in Chicago
yesterday on way to New York.
Fifteen young men and 15 young
women injured at Hammond, Ind.,
when their auto truck overturned.
Martin Roy, 5621 Indiana av., had eye
Seventeen crap shooters arrested
in raid at Maxwell st and Newber
Mrs. Mary Barnidge, 2125 S. Lawn
dale av., overcome by gas in her
home. Saved by pulmotor.
John Sullivan, 1130 W. Jackson
blvd., bitten by dog owned by Mrs.
W. Brandt, 1128 Jackson blvd.
William McLaurin posed as weal
thy commission man. Proposed to
Ethel A. Staley, McKeesport, Pa. Now
he's gone. So is her $900 ring.
John Ryan, caretaker at Lake
Forest University, fined $2 and costs
for beating wife, told judge it was
Bernard Reedy, 321 N. Oakley
blvd., cut in two trying to hop Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St Paul train at
Bessie Knight, 4, 3634 W. Taylor
st, may die as result of mad dog bite.
George Arndt, 215 Union Park ct.,
drowned while swimming In lake off
Charles Matz, 65, truck gardener,
Glenwood, killed by Chicago & East-