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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
James Dite, 5114 S. Lincoln, found
dead in bed from gas Sunday morn
ing. Reason unknown.
Treasurer-Elect-Andrew Russel of
Jacksonville, 111., unable to take oath
of office because of deadlock in state
John Kutawa, 693 S. Green, fell
down stairway at home. Broke
head. May die.
Paul Fricke, carpenter, 5536 S.
Elizabeth, slipped and fell while
working in basement of home. Suf
fering concussion of brain.
Wm. White, 41, 642 N. St. Louis
av., hit by Cicero av. car near Oak
dale. Fractured skull. May die.
John Johnson, 824 Belmont av.,
robbed of $7 at Belmont and Broad
way by armed and masked men
Barney Schaefer, 1724 W. 14th pi.,
took poison in suicide attempt. May
die. Out of job.
Martin Robinson, negro, 2546 Fed
eral, dead. Cause reported in cor
oner's office as alcoholism.
John Arhonits, 1431 N. La Salle,
turned on gas in room and stuck
head out of window for last look.
Window dropped and held him until
rescued by neighbors. Locked upT
Frederick Bradford, negro porter,
3111 S. State, suicide. Cut throat
Frank Solon, former sup't of
streets, dead. HI for months.
Slavatore Diagnostino, shot and
killed by George Russim, 716 Mather,
in fight at saloon, 702 W. Polk.
Street corner fight between four
women at Clark and Germania pi.
stopped by Policewoman Alee Clem
ents with revolver. Two arrested.
Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo
expected here today. Will settle
charges of politics in federal reserve
To slaughter valuable herd of
cattle at Geneva State Training
School for Girls in fighting foot and
Kate Warski, 14, sprained left leg
while skating on Douglas park la
goon. Taken home by police.
William Escabono, 608 S. Clinton,
held up by two men at Harrison and
Clinton. Lost watch worth $105.
John Hartz, 1439 Fry, had knee and -shoulder
broken when he fell while
trying to board car at Leavitt and
Patrick Burke, 610 N. May, had
head broken when he tumbled from
railing into basement.
Home of Herbert S. Baldwin, Reiver
Forest, robbed. Over $200 in jewelry
Three men arrested as ones who
tried to hold uu saloon of A. Schu
bert, 401 N. State, Saturday. Two
have police records.
Ben Middleman, 1418 W. 14th, lost
two goats. Found by police attached
to small boy's cart Boy not ar
rested. Three boys arrested after stealing"
several cases of canned goods from
store of Weber & Co., 825 W. 63d.
Hugh Lynch, 2453 S. Ashland av.,
and Daniel O'Rourke, 3321 S. Ash
land, arrested by police. Blamed for
numerous false fire alarms.
Over 125 exhibits will be opened at
hardware show in Coliseum, tomor
row. Warrant out for "Dudley A. Tyng,
29 S. La Salle, broker. .Charged with
larceny by bailee. Wm. Fisher, sec.
M. E. Baldwin Mfg. Co., complained.
Elmer Ward, beggar, arrested for
soliciting alms, had bank account of g
$11. Kept to pay fine with, he said.
Wife of Branislaw Aleansus, 234
W. 46th, had him arrested for aban
donment. Later appeared at station
Martin Howard, 18, 4848 Prince-
ton av., held by police as man who
held up Thomas Polster, 4908 S. 5th,
and took $10.
Auto belonging to John Ayers'
Auto Livery, 302 Plymouth ct, found.