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ern Illinois train near Chicago
Five persons disappeared in last
Raymond SchvVartze, 18, 7708
Chauncey av., drowned while swim
ming in Lake Calumet. Cramps.
United States labor commissioners
will arrive here today to take up
trouble between Chicago & Western
Indiana railway and Chicago Belt
Railway and their employes.
John Anderson, prisoner, bitten by
dog who got into county jail. Will
be taken to Pasteur Institute every
day for treatment.
Election Commissioner Chas. H.
Kellerman will probably be first wit
ness before Butts legislative commit
Chicago Federation of Labor
adopted resolution favoring Chicago
Firemen's Ass'n. in its fight for dou
ble platoon system.
John Haupt, 1547 Cleveland av.,
shot and probably fatally wounded
Matt Koch, 1216 Grove av., when
latter crawled through window. Koch
claims he entered house by mistake.
John DeLicians, Milwaukee, died
at Jefferson Park Hospital after he
had leaped from second-story win
dow at institution. Dr. S. W. Cox
claims man leaped in death delirium.
Police raided poker game at home
of John Kralten, 1081 Maxwell st.
Fourteen men arrested.
Two hundred children used fire
drill they had learned in school and
walked quietly out of Oak Theater,
2004 N. Western av., when blaze was
Ten policewomen will pay most at
tention to mashers when they start
Illinois Jewish Republican Club,
with 350 members, held first meeting
Cash register containing $13 stolen
from office of John Dimitri, real es
tate dealer, 930 Green Bay av.
Two burglars, surprised by watch
man while ransacking office of Independent-Packing
Co., 40th and Hal-
sted ST3., dropped plunder and es
caped. Fire attacked house at 454 N. Cen
tre av. and routed J. Healy and fam
ily and spread to residence of Benja
min Costa, 458 N. Centre av. $.800
Charles Schott, 67 W. Huron st.,
btruck on head with lead pipe by un
identified man who did not rob him.
Mrs. Mary Duprey announced to
the police that her husband, E. S. Du
prey, who shot and killed Henry L.
Groninos, photographer, who had
mistreated Duprey's 14-year-old
daughter, will surrender.
ANOTHER SIXYEAR-OLD HELD
FOR SHOOTING PLAYMATE
The third shooting within a week
in which children have been both the
victims and assailants occurred to
day in the Maxwell street police dis
trict. Five-year-old Angelo Raggio, 726
W. Taylor street, is dying, with a bul
let through his breast, and six-year-old.
Tony Acady is held at the Max
well street station for firing the shot.
Tony ordered Angelo to leave the
kitchen .of the Acady home, and
when he refused the child seized his
father's revolver and shot his play
mate. Angelo dropped to the floor.
Tqny ran screaming to -his mother
and told her what he had done.
Tony's cell at the police station is
next to that occupied by six-year-old
Genaro Raffello, who shot and killed
a hoy playmate with a heavy shotgun
a few days ago.
Genaro, who, with childish sim
plicity told the story of how he had
shot his chum, tried to comfort Tony,
holding his hand through the cell
A canny Scotchman, on his return
from a visit to London, was showing
a purchase he had made for his wife.
"Say, mon, London's a wicked place!
I bought these pins, three thousand
for a quarter, and they were nine