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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Stewart bldg., 68 E. Randolph,
swept by fire. $175,000 damage.
Many risks taken by firemen in fight
ing blaze. Several hurt.
Coroner Hoffman wants brain of
Eoswell Smith"; -hanged for murder,
examined by experts to determine if
he was sane.
Frank Tusa, 70, 1004 S. Sangamon,
beaten and robbed of $170.
William Donahoe and James Mon
ger caught in act of robbing Theo
dore React, 651 W. Madison, by Ser
geants Welling and Casson.
John Steinke, 931 Wells, locked self
in room and turned on gas to scare
wife. Nearly dead when found.
Mrs. Margaret Kean, mother of
Maine victim, died on eve of anniver
sary of Maine disaster, .Feb. 15, 1898.
. Clyde Williams, -19, shot 4 times
while peeking into home of Sergt
John Vail, 4449 Cahimet. Prank Vail,
son, did shooting.
Chicago ministers condemn legis
lature deallock. Say that John Bar
leycorn controls legislature.
Rabbi Hirsch in talk before Sunday
Evening club, Orchestra hall, called
Lincoln "savior of nation."
Several people injured when In
diana av. car hit auto at 48th st
Hurled it into wagon.
George Ruisch, 7, 5227 S. Marsh
field av., died of burns. Pulled pan of
hot milk from stove.
Frank Tusa, 70, 1004 S.Sangamon,
beaten and robbed of $160 and watch.
Francis Moreton, 51, veteririary
surgeon, dropped dead near home,
612 E. 39th.
Frank Mann, printer, 1052 W. Har
rison, dead. Gas. Police probing.
V$200 worth of clothing taken from
apartments of Henry'Barrett Cham
berlain, 378 N. Clark, yesterday.
Churches and fraternal organiza
tions celebrated century of peace be
tween England and U. S. yesterday.
Martha Day, East Chicago Heights,
burned to death when she poked fire
In stove. i
John Paiculizicz, tailor, 4533 S.?
Marshfield-av., burned by explosion
Eleven autoists arrested by Rogers'
Park police for speeding and going
on wrong side of street.
Joseph Wilson, St. Louis, jumped in
river from Clark st "bridge. Couldn't
Louis Vehon, clothier, 11129 S.
Michigan av., robbed; $250.
Roy Foster, Bloomington, III., ar
rested for caressing Margaret Staudt,
530 W. 43d pL, nearher home.
Amateur boxing bout between
women at Sportsmen's club called'
off. Police threatened to arrest par
ticipants. Auto bandit fatally shot by Po!ice-,
man Hogan, Warren av. .station.
Sleeping ended in First Congrega
tional church, Waukegan, yesterday.
Pastor threatened to announce
names of offenders from pulpit.
Frank Panknin, mechanic, arrested
after wrecking auto of Mrs. Frederick
Haughton, which he had been sent
to repair. Finished job and took
friend for ride.
Lawrence Hines, 5618 Laflin, died
suddenly. Injuries received while at
work on new bridge year ago blamed.
Joseph Oberfarcher, bricklayer, 72,
found dead in bathroom of rooming'
house, 2622 Normal av. Heart dis
ease. Dr. J. Bailey, 5658 S. Halsted, swin
dled by 2 men selling advertising
space in church parish newspaper.
Elsworth Kinlon, 6419 Langley av.,
knocked down and badly bruised by
auto of Geo. Wather, 6426 Lowe av.
Charles Koetters, 7241 Lafayette
av., cut and bruised when his milk,
wagon was wrecked by 63d st car.
Thomas Mclnerny, 6 weeks, 7244
Cottage Grove av., found dead in bed
by mother. Pulmotor worked over
body for hour. Pneumonia.
New Thorndale av. station of Edge
water "L" opened.