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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:10; sunset, 4:55.
A. E. Anderson, Calesburg, III.,
painter, dead in hallway at 308 W.
George Adams, 542 E. 42d, arrested
as keeper in gambling raid at 21 W.
Adams. Two others booked.
Alfred Pearson, 226 S. Peoria,
thrown out of McEwen's hotel, 608
W. Madison. Skull fractured. S. B.
Whitside, clerk, held.
Albert Maskoczi, 289 Sheffield av.,
pounded on door of Mrs. Sarah Bell,
6710 Perry av., with hammer when
she didn't open it Arrested.
Thomas Miller, 7400 S. Green, and
wife found unconscious. Gas. Will
recover. Believed accidental.
Maurice O'Connor, 7044 Loomis,
missing. Family asked police to
Agnes Jawacki, 2, 8218 Bond av.,
dead. Overturned pot of hot soup.
John Murphy, 560 W. 43d, arrested
for pouring tea into sugar bowl in
chopsuey restaurant at 6259 S. Hal
sted. Dr. W. S. Brown, dentist, 67 W.
Huron, taken to station after row
with doorman at Lamb's cafe. Re-
Chas. Behrens, cigarmaker, found
dead from gas in room at 1834 Wil
Fred Otto, florist, 2128 N. Kedzie
av., attacked and beaten on head
with iron bar. Christ KUenstoon,
5037 N. Western av., arrested.
Mrs. Anna Johnson, 532 N. Homan
rv., caused arrest of brother, Jacob
Klunk, Briggs house, to prevent him
spending money foolishly.
Three men arrested after Harry
Miller, Yellow Cab driver, 1520 S.
Michigan av., was beaten in saloon
row at Hickory and Division.
Fred Schumann, 3100 Groveland
av., arrested. Bessie Cooper, 4700
Broadway, says she was robbed dur
ing auto ride.
Frank Rokenskis arrested at 3822
S. Kedzie av. Wanted for alleged
murder in Pittsburg. Denied guilt.
Three Chicagoans arrested in Bar
rington, HI., on charge of ' aving kUl
ed pheasants out of season.
Jos. Thomas, held at detective bu
reau for alleged poisoning of wife,
Geo. Bronjohia, S. Chicago, burn
ed feet when socks caught lire. Dry
ing them at stove.
Carl Hoffman arrested as pick
pocket Serg't Tom Com,erford felt
hand in pocket while riding on car.
Pig from barn at 1145 W. Taylor,
broke up meeting in Lessing club
house, Taylor and Racine. Caught
Twenty violations of Sunday clos
ing law reported to police. One ar
Clara Smith, colored cook, arrested
after she hit mistress, Mrs. Emma
Cracraft, 4568 Oa"kenwald av., on the
head with milk bottle.
Vincenzo Sciarrabia, 1012 Cam
bridge av., and Jos. Capedonia, 936
Cambridge av., shot in duel at Cam
bridge av. and Hobie.
Mrs. Jos. Petrovitz caused arrest of
husband when he took out marriage
license to wed another.
Harry Stack, 2008 Armitage av., se
riously hurt when hit by runaway
team at Milwaukee and Robey.
Movement started in 4th and 5th
wards of Berwyn to secede to Cicero.
Want to be in a wet town.
Peter Nelson shot twice by stepfa
ther, Emil Oberg, 9915 Racine av., in
family fight Oberg arrested.
Nathan, David and Annie Kaplo
vitz, dead. Gas explosion in home
1104 W. 14th.
Albert Cisnet, 2915 W. Lake, and
five arrested in plot to rob "L" sta-'
tion at Kedzie station. Plans reveal
ed by girl friend.
Anna Adcock, 7, 1340 W. 49th pl.t
killed by auto. Theo. Wohlgemuth.
1712 W. 48th, driver, held.