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NEWSOF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Delia Groakley, housekeeper for
Chas. Bryan," 3214 B. 92d st, threw
lamp at Bryan when he objected to
her going out with James Crowley.
House burned down. Ray Bryan,
brother of Charles, stabbed.
John Sabatino, 1240 Sinnott pi.,
struck byL auto driven by J. Lead
bury, 4918 Kehmore av. Crowd at
tacked autoist He drew gun. Police.
Edw. Kelly, 1308 S. Hoyne av., shot
and wounded by unidentified assail
ant Ten men narrowly escaped death
and injury when gasoline tank at
Wendnagel Co. foundry, 22d and S.
Jefferson sts., blew up.
Three men arrested charged with
stealing $1,800 worth of rugs from
Hanke Bros., 3930 W. 12th st.
Chicago theater managers have
settled dispute, with union musicians.
Men will receive'50 cents a perform
ance increase. Leaders will get $49.50
Wm. Gabraiel, 1113 Wells st, found
in bed with several-stab wounds Said
he'd been held,up at Elm and Wells.
$500,000 damage, 700 men thrown
out of "work and several shops de
stroyed in mysterious fire at New
York, Chicago & St. Louis railroad
shops', 93d st. and Stony Island' av:,
Samuel Altman, tailor, Richmond,
Ind.f believed headless body of woman
found near Hudson river, N. Y., is.
that of his wife' "
Fire attacked house at 2548, S.
Artesian 'av. $4,000 damage. Forty
Nine women who had gone up
drainage canal to Joliet for picnic,1
stranded at Willow Springs all night
Alleged robber," accused of taking
gold watch from Charles Jones, 800
Washington blvd., caught. Two
City and federal officials will' in
vestigate redlight habits on excursion
boats following complaint of Aid.
Geo. Pretzel, ,-.
Unidentified carpepter fell from
scaffold, 601 S. Austin av. Skull frac
tured. Three rib3 broken.
Gust Witt, 130 E. 16th st., robbed
of gold watch and $10 by four men
at 18th and State sts.
Launch floundered in lake. Nine
men rescued from drowning.
Hazel Jones,' 14, pupil of Haw
thorne school, disappeared. Play
mates searching. .
Waiter Hedrick appointed Evans
ton's commissioner" of public safety.
Anton Hannibal, 212Q Orchard st
saved children from runaway horse.
Dragged 50 feet
Michael Rocco, blind beggar, said
to be worth $30,000, fined $200 for
begging. Fine suspended.
Isador Milosky, 550 Do Koven st.,
asked beggar into eat When beggar
left $540 went-also.
John Haelk'a,-68, 5540 LaSalle it.,
found dead in back yard. His two
dogs wouldn't let anyone near body;
Police to rescue.
Mayor Harrison admits S. Clark st
station is bad. Women planning ac-
tion against it
Fred Lovelock, 9,' 109 N. Kensing
toa av., killed by C.B. & Q. train.
Erick Sorenson, 59, T151 W. Chi
cago ar., driving wagon Didn't hear
street car bell.- Hospital
Everett Green, Michigan City, Ind.,
served self and five children raw
pork. Laura", 8, dead. Rest sick.
Chas. Adams, 1632- Ravenswood
av., and Albert Bartnick, 3232 N.
Ridgeway av.injure'd. Carbits auto.
Judge'McKinley issued temporary
writ restraining city from interfering
with "September Morn."
Rdbt'Barrisfowrt, contractor, 6018
Ravenswood av., hurt Street car
bumped auto . '
Beatrice Kerstein, 3, daughter of
J. M. Kerstein, 4416 Grand blvd., sav
ed by falling on father when auto
Unidentified youth struck by street'
car at 16th and Statists, Uncon-