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ANOTHER MURDER COMMITTED
AT "BLOODY DEATH-CORNER"
"Bloody Death Corner" in "Little
Italy" on the North Side claimed an
other victim last night when Joseph
Ingo, 840 Sedgwick st,-3jras shot and
fatally wounded at Milton avenue and
Hobbie street. He died later at the
Two men fleeing in the darkness
and a sawed-off double-barreled shot
gun found near the body told the
story of another vendetta.
This case might be different from
the others in that the police have a
chance at catching the assassins'. A
small boy, Joseph Matucchio, who
witnessed the murder, identified
Prank Cannella, 1104 Sedgwick
street, as one of the men that fired
the shot. Cannella denies the crime.
Early today Michael Cannella, his
brother, was taken into custody.
Ingo's girl-wife, Angeline, who was
in a house near the scene of the
crime, ran out to the street when the
shot was dred and flung herself on
the body, weeping hysterically.
GIRL MAKES ASSAULT CHARGE
A warrant may be sworn out today
for the arrest of Robert C. McCaw,
city building inspector, on a charge
of assaulting Williena Murray, 19-year-old
office gfrl at Puilerton
Plumbing Company, 1409 Fullerton
The girl says McCaw struck and
shoved her around, following an ar
gument over an unpaid bill. Passers
by rushed into the office when they
saw the girl 'being roughly handled.
McCaw is a deacon in the Cove
nant Baptist Church, 60th place and
Normal avenue. He is also superin
tendent of the Sunday school. He
admits the argument with Miss Mur
ray, but denies striking the girl.
C. E. Gold, iead of the Fullerton
Plumbing Co., started suit against
McCaw a week ago for an unpaid
bill. Yesterday he came to the office
to see about the bill.
By Jim ,Manee.
He handlefeevery sort of warer
Pianos, trunks and that.
It's heavy wagonloads that make
Him sweat beneath the hat.
Who brings you loads of anything,
From far, or right near by?
If you don't know I'll tell you
The truckman is the guy.
P. S. "Take that up on the fifth
floor, please! ."Good night!"
SAY NIX ON T. R. FOR GOV. OF N.
Y WANT HIM FOR PRESIDENT
Lansing, Mich., April 3. A resolu
tion requesting New York state Pro
gressives to .nominate Col. Roose
velt for governor next fall for a time
threatened io disrupt a state-wide
conference, of Michigan Bull Moosers.
The resolution, was fathered by Att'y
James Pound of, Detroit, who repre
sented the former president in Roose
velt's famous libel suit against Edi
tor Newett at Ishpeming, Mich.
Pound's resolution struck a snag
when a -faction suggested that the
colonel ishould be kept free of the
New York governorshipr so he would
be available as a presidential candi
date in 1916. The resolution was
Cobb What did the dancers have
Webb Nothing; they were having
a dress rehearsal. Judge.
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Even tKe egotist's words don't car
ry any weight when he gets on the
Stimulants, such as tea'and coffee,
are best avoided during the evening -by
those Avho do not rest well.
Generally fair Friday -and Satur
day; somewhat cooler.