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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise. 6:34: sunset. 5:33".
Patrick Murray, 1101 N. Lockwood
av., found wandering about in Oak
Park. Sent home by police.
John Witalic, 153544addon av., as
'phyxiated by gas. HI for some time.
Ernest Peterson shot in side as he
entered home at 6818 S. Ashland ay.
Two suspects arrested; no reason is
Unknown man blown to pieces in
explosion in Gary plant of Illinois
Adolph Eckhaus, meat commission
man, held up by 3 negroes who
stopped his auto at 36th and Dear
Two men arrested when caught
leaving garage of Wm. Warrine, 4409
Michigan av., with four auto tires.
Earl John, 8, 3611 Cottage Grove
av., scalded to death when kettle of
hot water fell from stove.
Ebsen Nelson, window washer, 880
S. State st, killed by fall from won
dow on 3d floor at 115 E. 54th.
Dominick Dedattese, 1046 Indiana
av., candy store owner, tried suicide.
Cut throat. May recover.
False alarm of fire brought firemen
'to 13th floor of Monadnock block.
Fifty chickens scattered in loop
when crate fell from wagon near Ho
Frank Bongerno, 18, 849 Taylor,
bad skull and foot crushed in fall
from freight train on C. & A. tracks.
John J. Sullivan, police operator,
Maxwell st station, captured robber
in saloon at 1377 Blue Island av.
Louis Yeeznko, 12, killed by Penn
R. R. train at Rockwell st and Wash
Three boys got $30 in raid on gro
cery of Mrs. M. T. Mullaney, 644 N.
E. C. Moran, 3216 Indiana av.,
drove off armed negro holdup men
when accosted near home.
Mrs. Paulina Peterson, 2638 N. Tol
man av., held up by negro as she en
tered home from grocery store.
Three men arrested by Policeman
Michael Brady of 50th st. station as
they attempted holdup at 47th and
Theo. Shulhite, 19, stopped two
thieves driving away with load of
clothing from station at Sherman
William Marx, special policeman,
River Forest, locked up. Three boys
said Marx took $3 from them.
John Dausch, 2208 Wabash av.,
had skull fractured; six others hurt
in 3-cornered collision in Lincoln
park early today.
At'ty Arthur B. McCoid, dry-leader,
arrested on criminal libel charge of
Max Wagner, 19, 706 N. Wells, ar
rested when detectives found coun
terfeit dime moldjn Tils home.
Order against visiting in County
hospital issued as smallpox epidemic
Nellie Wells, 39 E. Ohio, arrested
when screams attracted two detec
tives to house. To be examined to
day. James Biggins, N. Chicago, tried
suicide, says parents nagged him
after wedding. May recover.
Waco Prica, 10830 Torrence av., hit
on head with beer bottle by cousin,
Rade Prica. May live. Prica missing.
PINKERTON DETECTIVE BOOKED
ON MURDER CHARGE
Elias Thompson, Pinkerton detect
ive, was arrested yesterday and book
ed on a murder charge. Thompson
shot and killed Jos. Duszynski, 1358
Sloan st, at the plant of the R. M.
Eddy Foundry Co. The Pinkerton
agency had detailed Thompson as a
special guard at the plant Duszkns
ki was an Eddy Co. employe,
Petersburg, Ind. Maple sugar
camps running full time are seriously
handicapped by honey bees which
have been called out of their hives bv
mild spring weather.