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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Daniel Mack, painter, 2226 Went
worth av., dragged 30 feet on track of
Oak Park "L." Train caught rope
Joseph Alcucttsr4436 S. Hermitage
av., censored for running auto away
after having killed Raymond Bassett,
7, 4933 S. Marshfield av. Accident
said to have been unavoidable.
Patrick McCarthy, Jr., 1, 3515 W.
Harrison st, badly scalded. Ran into
mother who was carrying pail of
Five men in cutting scrap at Tay
lor and Desplaines sts. Chas. Davis,
1025 Blue Island av , and Chas. Bon
jaci, 701 Taylor st. badly slashed. . .
Joseph Decka, 1833 Allport av.,
went fishing. Body found in lake at
foot of 12th st Accidental.
William Schroeder, 4524 Cottage
Grove av locked up on charge of re
fusing to support wife and four chil
dren, who arrived here from Ger
many, Wednesday. Family now at
Olga Steib, 4, 541 W. 22d st, sit
ting on chair playing with knife. Fell
and cut juglar vein. Dead.
John Russo, 2124 Indiana av.,
beaten and robbed of $16 by four
David Young, negro, 3444 S. Wa
bash av., shot and killed wife in front
of 406 N. Lincoln st while on way to
prayer meeting last night. Jealousy.
Anthony Dorner, 657 Blackhawk
st, up in court on charge of hitting
Frank Haschett, 1707 Sheffield av.,
on head with gas pipe, wept while
telling judge that he "didn' wana do
it" Case continued.
Leader of gang of five boys who
murdered Joseph DeMarco, 747 No
ble st, confessed and implicated
Pittsburgh Steel Co.'s ore boat
George E. Baker grounded off foot of
Elm St., Winnetka. Lost way in fog.
Will have to unload ore before steam
er can be released.
Walter M. Fisher, mg'r of Cadillac
Auto Co., filed answer to wife's di
vorce suit. Charges she told friends
she was going to break him and that
she squandered $10,000 last year.
Babriel Kutno, 932 Townsend st,
took out citizenship papers so he
could join army. Didn't know color
of hair. Yanked some out. Brown.
Funkhouser to speak on movies
and vice at meeting of Chicago Chris
tian Endeavor Union's meeting today
at Northwestern University Bldg.
Mrs. Clara Wilson, Quincy Hotel,
15 W. Quincy st, fined $20; Richard
Volz, Volz Hotel, 410 S. State st, $5;
Anna Speelman, Empire Hotel, 526 S.
Wabash av., $10, in Morals Court for
keeping alleged dives.
Giles P. Gorym, 29 S. LaSaJle st,
sued for $25,000 by Louise Beach.
Coelman Burke, plumber's helper,
killed by tile which fell from 12th
floor of New Kaiserhof Hotel to base
ment National Ladies' Tailors and Dress
makers' Ass'n elected new officers in
meeting at Congress Hotel. Louis
Weil, Chicago, pres.
All participants in municipal pen
sion fund entitled to vote at election
today in election commissioners'
rooms, city ball. To select member
for board o ftrustees.
Man posing as gas inspector rob
bed grocery store of Bernard Shaub
fnsky, 1109 W. 12th st. Got $365 cash
and $600 checks.
Body of baby girl found under seat
In street car by Arthur Bowman, 3240
Archer av. County morgue. No
marks of violence.
Albert Przypl&k, chauffeur, 1013 W.
32d st, exonerated by coroner's jury
for killing of Julius Chruscek, 1750
W. 35th st,
W. Vandermee, 7754 8. Union av.-,
held up 3 men. Only had nickel,
which was returned. Coin now being
used as evidence agaisnt Gilbert Gol
den, alleged leader of men.