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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Frank Baxter, alleged bicycle thief,
said to have broken jail in Nappa
nese, Ind., held here.
Mrs. Anna Oliver, 4328 Cottage
Grove av., fell down rear steps.
Anna Doyle, 5 weeks, 540 W. 42d,
suffocated -by bedclothes.
Att'y John Curtin arrested on lar
ceny by embezzlement charge made
by Mrs. Elizabeth Masterson, 3232
Andrew Rice, 1354 N. Robey, rob
bed on Robey st. car of $185 by pick
pockets. Mrs. Jane Andrews, 432 S. Sanga
mon, found dead in gas-filled room.
Pickpockets got $19.85 from Harry
Eimer, 1011 W. 14th.
Frank Arbuckle, 528 Hinman av.,
Evanston, stabbed in abdomen in
quarrel John Bobn, 12 E. 12th;
Thos. Jackson and Wm. Bodine, 880
S. State, under arrest.
Two new cases of infantile pa
Fred Lahm, 1521 Cleveland av.,
killed by train. Evergreen Park, Sat
urday, was once tailor in Frankfort-on-the-Main
and made clothes for
present Kaiser William.
"Dear Mother: I have gone to St.
Louis with Harry to get-married," is
note Elizabeth Leiber, 17, 7405 Vin
cennes av., left when she disappeared
from home Saturday.
Prof. Wm. A. Nitze, Chicago "U,"
and his wife will profit $6,000,000
from cargo of dyes submarine
Deutschland brought over, it is re
puted. Practically owned company
Police report 42 disobediences of
Sunday closing law yesterday.
Max Klein, pawnbroker, 675 N.
Clark, sold man with slick tongue
$455 earrings, accepting $500 check
and giving $45 change. Check was
"Every dog should be considered
rabid until proved otherwise," is new
maxim of Health Comm'r Robertson.
Det Serg't Thos. Mulcahy says he
was bitten by bulldog after following
woman into Beljeview hotel, 450 N.
Mrs. Fred Hertzog, 5916 Stewart
av., swallowed poison. Condition
critical. Police say husband from,
whom she separated took away her
Anton Pederson, part owner music
store, 184 W. Washington, lost $175
flute four years ago. Saturday man
brought a flute to him to be repaired.
Discovered it was the stolen one.
Account of war demand for nickel
and copper, from which 5-cent-pieces
are made, a nickel coin is now worth
nearly six cents.
Yesterday banner day for excur
sion boats out of Chicago. Nearly
every boat crowded to capacity.
REWARDS OFFERED IN BOMB
TRAGEDY OF FRISCO
San Francisco, July 24. Reward
of $5,000 has been offered by Mayor
James Rolph, Jr., for the arrest of
the person who placed the bomb Sat
urday which killed six and wounded
more than forty in the preparedness
parade. Another offer of $1,000 has
been made by Ben F. Lamborne of
Alameda, brother of L. H. Lamborne,
one of those killed.
Police are working on clews fur
nished by alleged eye-witnesses of
the placeing of the bag that con
tained the bomb. Wm. Taylor, a crip
ple, said he remonstrated with a tall,
shabbily-dressed man of about 35,
who dropped a suitcase on the spot
a few minutes before the explosion
and was told to mind his business.
Harry Jones, a workman, said he
talked with a man he believed to bo
a Mexican in a saloon and the man
said he was going to blow up the pro
cession. No more deaths have occurred, but
two more are expected to be added
to the death tolL