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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Charley Comiskey announced to
day that Ed Walsh would pitch in city
Mrs. Minnie Heydel, 60, 10502 Mar
quette av., S. Chicago, suicide.
Poison. "Too old to live," her plea.
Police investigating fire in Geist
Bros.' feed store, 341-347 31st st.
One man killed. $60,000 loss.
Jesse Kuhn, farmer, Shelby, O., re
ported he lost $16 matching pennies
with two young men.
' Sister Rosalie, St. Joseph's Hos
pital, 240 Garfield av., hurt by fall
down elevator shaft.
Fire wrecked paint house at Ar
mour & Co. plant $75,000 loss.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young gave orders
to bar tango at school dances.
Michael Mclnerney, 2135 Thomas
St., shot by two highwaymen, died
Three white men stabbed and
wounded by Mike Tawgan, 319 W.
12th St., in fight over umbrella.
Judge Mahoney freed six prisoners
on word of honor.
Police looking for men who kid
napped Margaret Schmidt, 4, 3247 N.
Ashland av., and later released her.
Stone E. Gusterine, Norwood Park,
killed by Northwestern train.
Three people hurt when auto col
lided with wagon at 49th st. and S.
Edward Maher, president Lawyers'
Ass'n of 111., attacked Judge Hum
Dr. Melville P. Boynton scored
Two giraffes, purchased abroad by
Mrs. Mollie Netcher Neuberger, have
arrived in Lincoln Park
Body of man thought to be John
Carlson, 921 Townsend St., found jn
lake at Kenilworth. Supposed suicide.
Unidentified man found dead on
Rock Island tracks at Blue Island.
Chas. Johnson, 41, 1107 W. Huron
st, mysteriously attacked by three!
.jnen at Huron and Morgan sts.
Ben Judkins, 38, 4515 S. 48th av.,
killed by Belt Line freight engine at
George Thompson, 16, 709 N. May
st, beaten by two men, who escaped.
Ernst Smith, 35, 1429 Sedgwick
st, took hair tonic in suicide attempt
Hattie Swanson, domestic Hotel
Hart, 518 S. State st, suicide. Gas.
Paul Porret, perpetrator of the
harem skirt, will give Chicago wo
men and department store managers
some pointers on style.
Dr. Robert T. Alston, Chicago den
tist, said he was willing to eat 1,000,
000 typhoid germs every day.
Eugene Field Memorial Ass'n.
warns people against giving money to
man posing as collector for poet's
Mrs. Ida Schneider, 2313 S. State
! st, suicide. Hanged herself in base
ment. Judges endeavoring to find some
way of wiping out fake bondsmen.
Ellen Burke, 6, 1137 W. 47th st.,
bitten by stray dog. '
Two men held up O. J. Nessor, 4703
Winchester av. Got $5 and watch.
Rev. Frederick E. Hopkins de
nounced tango. Also production of
M. Markers, 4909 N. Robey st., held
up by two armed men. Diamond ring
and gold watch.
James McAvoy, 16, 1342 N. Park
av., played with revolver. Accidental
ly shot and wounded himself and
Max Levin, 17, 1278 N. Maplewood av.
Y. W. C. A. promises to aid work
ing girls in getting better positions.
COAL FAMINE FOR DENVER
Denver, Oct. 6. It is predicted that
a coal famine will strike this city
within three weeks as a result of the
'Strike of ,000 miners in the Colorado
coal fields. Dealers claim that the
local supply will last less than a
month, and as the mines are practic
ally at a standstill it will be impossi
ble to replenish.