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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Morris Rice, Kansas City, Kan.,
ell asleep in Grant Park. Thieves
jot $35 and shoes.
J.-W. Dalton, Green Bay, Wis.,
"ound dead hx-bed in Hotel Sherman.
Supposed heart disease.
James Dehaney, 3045 Keeley St.,
walked ipto 50th sr. police station and
arrested himself. Will be examined
Ralph Stephans, 21, 7321 Bond
blvd., tried out homemade hydro
aeroplane in harbor yesterday. Suc
cess. William Pyrell, 65, 606 W. Forty
sixth pi., visiting old friend at 725
W. 47th St., fell over rail while as
cending stairs. Dead.
Joseph Berdel, saloonkeeper, 2217
Cottage Grove av.. and customer rob
bed of $207 by three roDbers.
Hugh White, 67, 6131 University
av., found dead in bathtub. Heart
' Auto thieves stole car belonging to
Robert Schmidt, county architect.
Later found abandoned.
Three women arrested in raid by
police on alleged dive at 2225 Cot
tage Grove av.
Unidentified man found uncon
scious in hallway at 1237 W. Madi
son st Taken to County Hospital.
Mrs. Eva Early, white wife of Ed
ward Early, negro, died at home, 1080
Frank st, from causes police are try
ing to determine. Husband held.
James Coyle, iceman, 1408 South
Euclid av., dead. Gas.
Two Chinese, found hidden in
freight car bound for Chicago, arrest
ed in Gary, Ind.
Gilbert Smith, superintendent
machine shop, finally succeeded in
committing suicide by hanging him
self in basement of home, 843 Forest
av., Oak Park.
Sheridan Road station of North
western "h" robbed of $75 by armed
Jokers stretched traffic chain
across 18th st. bridge. Louis Bozich,
353 W. 30th st., rode motorcycle
across bridge at fast pace. Injured.
Three negro robbers used tactics
of stage-coach days when they lay
in wait at 36th st. and Indiana av. for
Henry Schesinger, expressman, and
robbed him of $62.
Mrs. A. Wrobleowski, 923 N. Lin
coln st, kept grocery store open
Sunday. Robbed of $80 by young
Mrs. E. Gast, 3302 N. Lawndale av.f
robbed of $38 and bracelet by man.
Jas. Klefers, 4705 N. Crawford av.,
robbed of $63 by pickpockets on
Crawford av. car.
Thomas Regan met three polite
highwaymen at Illinois st. and Lin
coln Park blvd. Begged his pardon
and relieved him of $22.
Robert Kline, 3, 438 N. Menard av.,
fell from third floor of building being
erected at 5813 Midway Park av.
John Gosel, 2035 N. Menard av.,
told police his wife disappeared Sat
urday night and had left note saying
that she was going to drown herself,
Fifty boys reported missing. Dis
like of school believed the cause.
EXPO WONT BE SLIGHTED
New York, Sept. 7. With the at
tention of the great powers of Eu
rope focused on the titanic struggle
abroad, governments of China, Aus
tralia, New Zealand and of South
America are planning to make a bet
ter showing at the Panama-Pacific
Exposition than they first planned.
Australia and New Zealand particu
larly expect to capture a greatly in
creased trade through their showing
at the exposition, according to Dr. A.
A. Snowden, member of the foreign
trade commission of the Internation
al Ass'n of Manufacturers. It is de
clared that Japan will also have a
bigger showing In San Francisco
than she at first planned.