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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Burglar entered house of Mrs.
Walsh, 6562 Wintbrop av. Got $350
brooch and $150 -watch. Nobody
George Jones, 3326 Wabash av.,
driver, hurt when fire engine hit
Wentworth car at 5th av. and Taylor
st. Passengers shaken.
Henry Rosso, 602 N. Clark st,
found stabbed in room with wife.
Neighbors heard quarrels. Wife held.
Rosso may die.
Three escape injury by jumping
when Northwestern train hit two au
tos stalled in mud of Milwaukee av.
John McDonnell, 132 Krai av., held
after stolen car of Chas. Haysing,
4548 Drexel blvd., was found. Ad
mits st63.Un st
House of Herbert King, 6978 Ridge
av., entered by burglar. Got $600 in
Roy Fowler, wanted for bill-raising,
caught in Libertyville, HI., says com
mitted crime for child. Bonds $1,000.
Capt. Halpin commended for Con
viction of three robbers on job in
store of C. C. Wilkens, druggist, 27
W. North av.
Case against Prof. L. W. Rapier,
Penn State College, up Fiday. Pinch
ed with concealed weapons in disor
derly house, detectives allege.
Mamie Keller, 16, and Duella Fay,
17, St. Louis, stagestruck runaways,
expected here. Police watching.
Carl White, 810 E. 55th st., pawn
broker at 167 W. Washington st,
pinched for assault on Wm. Wanple,
6308 S. Marshfield av. Refused to pay.
John Dawney pinched at 46th and
Wallace sts., with two dead chickens
in bag. Police waiting complaint
Stanley Stakiecwicz, 3132 S. Mor
gan st, to grand jury, charged with
killing Frank Wasnicki, 821 W. 35th
pL Thrown over railing in fight
Traffic Policeman Frank Young,
accused of taking $3 bribe after find
ing of marked bills, will face' trial
Ed Buchta and Joe Sullivan to
grand jury for stealing 114 razor
strops from Wittel Barber Supply Co.,
4804 Cottage Grove av. Confessed.
Richard Derkson, 6129 S. San
gamon st, bitten several times on
right arm by Lewis Blitz, 6229 S. Pe
oria st Reason unknown.
Laura Weis and Lazare Penchassel,
4722 Calumet av., married at Hotel
LaSalle by Dr. Joseph Stolz.
Penn State College, up Friday. Pinch
ed. Four men and five women.
Albert Nelson, 3262 N. Clark st.,
sentenced to one pint of beer per day
by Judge Sabath.
Roland Welsh, 16, 550 Surf st,
missing. Father fears accident
Addo Salvatore, 10 months old, 320
W. Erie st, killed by hot soup, spill
ed by accident
Adolph Lauf, 7309 N. Western av.,
fined $25 for selling beer without li
cense. Peddled from wagon.
Bernard Weiss, 2237 W. 23d pi.,
dead. Fell three flo6rs from scaffold
of Ontario Hotel, 616 N. Clark st.
August Barj, 63.837 Sedgwick st,
fell on bannister. Dead.
Mrs. Mary Plewa, 154 W. Walton
st, dead. Illegal operation rumored.
Lightning struck house of V. C.
Houser, 5439 Lakewood av. Hole in
roof. $100 Are damage.
Michael Greenstein, 12, 2407 N.
Clark st, bitten by dog. Animal to
Jac. McManus acquitted in murder
of Frank Farmer in rooming house
at 24 S. Morgan st Insufficient evi
dence. Transferring patients" from old to
new County Hospital. Finish by Sun
day. Adam Milgcki, 4, trampled to death
by frightened learn owned by Edinger
& Speidel Coal Co., driven by An
Pocketbook containing union card
of Jas. Vachlan, 1515 Wesley st,
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