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glare. Girl screamed. Men fled. $600
Body of week-old baby boy, wrap
ped in newspapers, found in Union
John Ryan, 15, 2524 tark St., shot
under eye by George Powers, 16, 2525
Hillock st Powers held by police.
Miss Louisa Paugra, 20, maid in
home of S. C. Klein, 2923 Clarendon
av., overcome by gas. Revived.
Benjamin Elbert, 35, overcome by
Frank Dapkus, 8, 1457 S. Union av.,
fell into river at W. 22d st Dead.
IN SPITE OF GUNMEN WAR
THREE WERE KILLED SUNDAY
The sudden desire of the city to
rid itself of gunmen kept the police
active yesterday, but with all their
activity three men were killed, one
of them being shot dead by a woman.
Pasquale Marone, 701 DeKoven
street, was shot through the neck by
Thomas Calacicko in the saloon of
Acollo Rominto, 903 Blue Island ave
nue, and died shortly after.
Calacicki made a dash for the
door when he fired the shot and ran
into the arms of Officer Richard Ben
rends. He leveled his gun at the of
ficer, but the trigger would not work.
He was arrested.
The shooting of Matthew Hitzer by
Mrs. Marie M. Barr, 5902 Michigan
avenue, his landlady, was more com
plex. The man was shot as he tried to
force his way back into the house
after being ousted by Mrs. Barr, ac
cording to her story. He died short
Mrs. Barr is 32 years old. She has
been separated from her husband
some time ago.
Another killing was discovered at
Elm street and Chatam court, where
an unidentified Italian was butchered
to death. Four men are supposed to
have had a hand in the killing. He
was first stabbed several times and
then his throat was cut from ear to
Flying squads swept the city las-,
night and arrested many persons car
Other crimes reported during the
Jacob Sozinciski, 7406 Colfax ave
nue, fired four shots at Ignatz Puch
alski, 89th street and Mackinaw ave
nue. He was arrested.
Armed men took $2 from Earl
Smith, 54 West Erie street, at Dear
born and Ontario streets.
Anthony Chuca, poolroom owner,
1000 Polk street, stabbed five times
by three robbers.
Max Stapo. 723 W. Congress street,
stabbed in spine and robbed of $20
by two inen at Van Buren and Hal
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"ou can mat landscape, 'The
Golden Gate'; but what are those -rusty
blotches at one side?"
"Those are the hinges." " ' -