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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Richard Farnaume, when arrested,
confessed assaults on three women.
Convicted on same charge. '
Hundreds frightened when bomb
was "exploded in garage of Kotek
Bros., 25th and Ridgeway. Little
Mrs. Mary Hague, 219 N. Paulina,
suicide. Gas. No reason known.
Paul Edgerton, 19, 5749, Midway
park, left home and brand-new wife.
Denetrol Menuck, 622 W. 13th,
went to church. Wife gone" with an
other man when he returned.
Burglars stole $40 clock from
O'Hara & Kehoe, undertakers, 1009
, Robber got suit belonging to Rob't
McAuley, 2319 W. Harrison, as it "Was
being returned from' tailor.
Mrs. J. Buchanan, 29 S. Albany av.,
robbed df pocketbook containing
$29 and signet ring.
Barnett Bernstein, retired mer
chant, found dead in gas-filled rom,
1227 S. Hamlin av.
Cracksmen got $1 money and
checks amounting to $1,100 from W.
U. Powers' liquor store, 3950 W. Mad
ison. Alfred Bakata, 1511 W. 17th, killed
when he touched live wire while
working in metal works of Benj. Har
ris, 21st and Loomis.
Frank Murray brought back from
Pittsburgh to answer charge of steal
ing clothes and jewelry from H. J.
Carr, 319 S. Homan, who had fed and
Frank Les, Hegewisch, hit by tnp-
torcycle driven by Geo. Baylisich.
Skull fractured. Motorcyclist ar
rested. Zone of quiet ordered about house
of Mrs. P. M.-Lauferski, 5958 Indiana
av., where baby is ill.
Jennie Ksander, 26, 2712 Potomac
av., suicide by ether after birthday
party. No reason known.
Two men ordered sox and emptied
cash drawer of $12 at Dorf man's
haberdashery, 568 W. Madison.-
Sunrise, 4:29; sunset, 7:63.
Policeman Matthew Poturich
stabbed in leg by Michael Coha, 1141
W. 39th, while trying to settle fam
ily quarrel. Coha escaped.
Carl Peterson, 851 N. Clark, held
for slashing E. W. Larson in Wash
ington sq. fight.
Martin Strunbach, 11, 1329 Grace,
injured when his bicycle was struck
by auto owned and driven by Rob't
Williams, 2847 Sheridan rd.
Wm. Turner wanted on charge of
holding up his employer, J. S. Bel
lack, druggist, 1508 E. 57th.
Burglars entered Newark shoe
store, 12 N. Dearborn, but took only
pair of shoes and few pairs of socks
Nicholas Julian picked out wrong
rpot to play hand organ. Was beside
Woodlawn police station and strains
woke the coppers. Arrested.
Morgan Park police raided alleged
blind pig, 12020 S. Halsted, and ar
rested Charles Machulsky, owner,
and 4 others.
Five hurt when auto of J. C. Ad
derly, 924 Castlewood terrace,
crashed with State stcar at Huron.
Mr,s. J. C. Sullivan,Columbus, O.,
reported to police loss of purse with
$12 in St. Mary's church, 9th and
"Jessie Bryan," alleged mother of
Matters baby, to talk at trial of Mrs.'
A. D. Matters today.
Divorce of Fred Richardson, 4021
Lake Park av., up today. Blind, he
caught wife with man, police say.
Sam Gross, 2836 W. 12th, milk
wagon driver, found dead under over
turned wagon. May be murder.
John O'Donnell, 3601 S. Lincoln,
injured in attempt to stop runaway
team in L C. freight yards.
Wm. O'Brien, held in Toledo as the
slayer of Policeman Bror Johnson,
not identified. Will be freed.
Dan O'Shea may recover; daugh
ter, Margaret, 4, dead. Turned on
gas in home at 2803 Cottage Grove.