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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Peter Kelley, 5509 Blackstone av.,
fell to sidewalk in front of 3108 Wa
ren av. Left leg broken
Alexander Pusczewecz, 1127 Dodge
av., Evanston, fined $200 for running
Michael Curley, 3147 Canal, held
by police after alleged attempt to
pass bum check at Quincy No. 9 sa
loon. Mrs. William Ahderson, 1238 W.
61st, tried suicide, according to po
lice report. Poison pumped from stom
ach. May live.
Dean Walter Sumner of Cathedral
SS. Peter and Paul consecrated as
bishop of Oregon today.
Frank Baiamanti, 2247 W. Grand
av., shot and seriously wounded.
Frank Minnino, 602 N. Curtis, ar
rested. Says wounded man was
Painters' Local No. 194 will install
newly elected officers this evening at
1600 W. Division st.
Mrs. Elizabeth Behn, 3639 N.
Hoyne av., robbed by boy of purse
Jacob Scoropolitz, Gary, Ind., came
to city for visit. Beaten and robbed
of $10. Borrowed carfare home and
Wesley Patty, cashjer Onieda, III.,
state bank, missing since Wednes
day. Reason unknown.
Charles Wolf, 1017 N. Winthrop
av., ordered by Judge Fry to live on
50 cents a day and pay $14.50 to wife
Morris Reiner, 5755 Michigan av.,
arrested for "con" game. Louise
Simon, 3942 Indiana av., told Judge
Trade she paid for lots in Gary, Ind.,
and got nothing.
Thirteen boys from 16 to 24 years
held to grand jury by Judge Dolan in
boys' court Tuesday.
Edward O'Brien and Joseph Rob
erts, alleged pickpockets, who fled to
Cincinnati after arrest, fined $100 and
costs in ex-parte hearing before
Rosano Dimarco, 2627 Union av.,
booked for carrying concealed weap
ons. Valentine Galos, 8518 Buffalo av.,
quarreled with wife over insurance
policy. Got drunk, she says. Arrest
ed. Took the pledge.
Otto Smith, expressman at 755 E.
40th, arrested for keeping wagon in
car track for mile. Fined $5 and
Charles Robertson, 6311 Drexel av.,
arrested for running alleged hand
book in poolroom at 35 S. 5th av.
Samuel Middleman, 1309 Maple-
wood av., jewelry salesman, reported
loss of sample case with cuff buttons
and stickpins while on Clark st. oar
Chief Frank Wilson of Oneida In
dians, Green Bay, Wis., stranded here
while on trip from Washington, given
fare home by county agent.
Fred Fenwick, Spring Valley, III.,
reported loss of $22 matching pen
nies with two men near Union sta
Peter Bartzen sued for $10,000 for
alleged attack on Julius Blum, plead
Single Tax club to hold meeting
Friday. Advocates no tax on person
Policemen in stations elect dele
gate to annual Policemen's Benev
olent Ass'n convention in Willard hall,
Charles Heaton, 4135 Indiana av.,
died suddenly in room. Ptomaine
Edward Hick, negro, 11 S. Morgan,
arrested for disorderly conduct, found
to have $316 in $1 and $2 bills in
Alfred Rebedeau, 62 W. 114th, held
up at 114th and Clark. Lost $2.65,
stickpin and watch.
John Snell, 1208 Wells, saloonkeep
er, fined $100 for selling liquor to
Mary Kelley, 17, 219 Wendell.
Joseph Sosczwicz, 1474 Indiana
av., arrested for non-support of wife,