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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Gtfjrge Hutter and Lawrence Kork
find, 659 Blackhawk st, burned when
fire attacked home. "Will recover.
Margaret Lathram, 2112 Harrison
st, tried suicide.""- Prison. Despon
dent Ave? dove affair. "Will recover.
C.i B. Burns, 4618 N. Racine av.
and two friends arrested after row
with' 'IProf ." Ridge, dancing teacher.
Boys said they paid to learn dances,
Mkngaret Coleman, 3654 Indiana
av., robbed of $210 by intruder in flat
Mrs Charles Farrell, clerk, 334 S.
Clark st, found dying from overdose
Gertrude Norden, domestic, 6031
Kimbark av., dead from gas. One jet
open. Reason unknown.
St;efen Abel, 1735 S. Haisted, pri
vate banker, missing. Deposits gone,
Andrew Olson, 1907 N. California,
fataHv beaten in fight in front of sa
loon l Marcus Nelson, 1901 N.
Franciecjo av. Saloonkeeper 'sought
Cjnty budget calls for quarter
million more than taxes expected.
Musf reduce to $11,000,000.
Three held after death of James
Butler, 1214 Marianna st Had fight
in saloon of Felix Krycha. 2700 Ward
Miss Haleen Mumford, 19, 4832
Winthrop av., society girL told police
of attempt to kidnap her in black
aulbf Police investigating.
iFh?ee men cracked safe in Prin
cesstheater after performance last
nighfc Bound watchman and escap
Mrs. Marie Ross, 6257 Byron st,
stricken while visiting daughter at
62B3jiIrvmg Park Blvd. Heart dis
ease. I Dead.
Mrs. Johanna Oberg, 9915 S. Ra
cine av., bruised and cut when thrown
fromaHalsted st car at W. 79th, by
lieter Schneider, 2, 908 S. Leavitt,
felliinfo tub of scalding water. Dead.
D. A. Haney, 4747 St Lawrence
av., found 3day8'-old baby on porch.
Taken to St Vincent't orphan asy
C. E. Meyer, 86, 638 Groveland
Park, missing. Police asked to
Paul' Verzada, 1823 W. 21st st,
fined $200 by Judge Sullivan. Beat
wife and child.
Lumbermen from all over country
coming to attend meeting of Forest
Products Federation in Hotel La
E. O. Phillips, R. J. Finnegan and
Arthur Crawford, newspapermen, ap
pointed by Gov. Dunne, to attend Int
Press Congress at San Francisco fair
James Lee, Chinaman, 1715" W.
12th, bound, gagged and robbed of
$10 by intruders in his laundry.
Magdalen Weiglarg. 2, 746 N. Noble
st. played with matches. Set fire to
Mrs. Annie Dabinski, 1757 Wilmot
av., poisoned self and two children
One may die.
Two of Lake Forest's policemen
slated to be fired for consuming evi
dence of "blind pigs."
Vincent Luneberg and mother,
1842 Hastings st, found dead with
gas jet open. Reason unknown.
Miss Romola Remus, 14, 801 Wind
sor av, aroused by burglar in win
dow. Frightened him away with re
volver. Parents of "Ella Claire," girl found
drugged in railway station 6 mos.
ago, found in Rutland, Ct Right
name is Agnes Kukulski.
Body of man about 50 year's old
found in river near Lake st Be
lieved to have been robbed and mur
dered. Eral Roll, messenger, held up and
robbed of $38 by two men as he en
tered warehouse of John Sexton &
Co 365 B. Illinois.
Ralph Scarritt, of River Forest,
seriously hurt while aiding In build-
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