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Body of Samuel LaTau, negro, evi
dently a Pullman porter, was found in
marsh along railroad tracks at 79th
st and Michigan av., by John Evers,
truck farmer. There was a bullet
hole in the man's forehead. In his
pockets were laundry slips from the
Pullman car "Oelwein" of the Monon
' railroad. Police believe he was mur
dered and his body thrown off the
L. R. Foley, 30, 2329 W. Monroe
St., street car conductor:, severely in
jured when Western av. car left
tracks at N. Western and Belmont
Anna Stuka, 3, 2157 W. 18th ph,
died at her home from injuries receiv
ed in falling from bedroom window
Thomas Brennan, 37, 1139 N. Ash
land av., was crushed to death in
Pullman building, wedged between
door of his car and wall of elevator
Mrs. Christiana Wade, 104 Schiller
St., struck and badly injured bystreet
car at N. Clark and Schiller sts.
Jesse Carter, 17, fired two shots at
Mounted .Policeman Herman Bren
neke, who told him to move out of
Grant Park. Missed. Carter and com
George W. Howell, 2645 Washing
ton blvd., switchman, probably fatally
injured by C. & N. W. train at Glen
wood. Thomas Brennan, 1139 N. Ashland
av., elevator operator, crushed to
death by own elevator in Pullman
Schuettler's gambling squad ar
rested 13 men in Chas. Dietz' pool
room, 2405 W. North av. Edward
Johnson booked as keeper.
Fred Shriner, 4950 Loomis st.,
crushed between two Wabash rail
road freight cars at W. 75th st. and
S. Western av.
James Ownes, 18, 3720 Armour
av., accidentally shot Paul Britt, 17,
3817 Armour av., in right leg.
:al news items
Unidentified boy, about 7, found
unconscious at bottom of sheep run
George Aprgar, Byron, III., brake
man for Chicago & Gr.eat Western,
knocked from top of freight train by
water crane. Killed.
Five people injured at Lyons, III.,
when horses pulling hayrack party
ran away. Frightened at blinding
glare of street car light.
Safeblowers got $200 from safe in
Pranks' department store, 7800 S.
John Fair, Porto Rico, robbed of
two suitcases containing $50 and'
clothing on Lake Shore train by two
men who posed as detectives.
Andrew Herikson, 910 South'blvd.,
Oak Park, robbed of $57 by pick
pockets on Harlem av. car.
Walter A. Washburne nominated
! as caucus candidate for president of
Chicago Press Club.
Forty men and women, members
of Harvard Benevolent Ass'n, arrest
ed for disorderly conduct at double
wedding held on lawn of Charles
Shank, 338 Euclid av., Oak Park.
"Wagon burglars" got $6,000
worth of silk from factory of E.
Rosenthal, 1320 N. Wood st.
Arnold Mesch, 14, 1826 Hudson av.,
stole $15 from Sargent Drug Co., 23
N. Wabash av., where he was employ
ed as errand boy. Wanted to see
moving pictures. Arrested.
Irving Shuman, original Wilson
man, appointed sub-treasurer at Chi
cago to succeed Len Small, Jr., re
signed. Judge Chambers, government labor
mediator, arrived here to try and
settle differences between 50,000
trainmen employed 'by C, B. & Q. and
Detectives raided alleged gambling
house at 1030 N. Clark st. and arrest
ed 10 men.
Margaret Coughlin, 14, Arlington,
bitten by mad dog. Pasteur Institute.