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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Chas. Hansen, 1833 N. Talman ay
fell into drainage canal while fishing.
Drowned. Body recovered.
Mrs. WindaHVStrauvoIus, 4316 W.
43d st, arrested fdr'theft Mrs. E. H.
Lyons, 917 Maple av., Evanston, com
plained. Two men fought on drainage canal
bridge at Lemont Fell in water.
Drowned. Bodies not recovered.
Jas, Dunne, 3151 N. Clark st., found
dead in room with wrists slashed. No
sharp instrument in room. Manner
David Jaskind, 7, 1344 S. Throop
st, hit by stolen auto of E. C. Mc
Cracken, 25 N. Austin av. Bruised
Frank De Marco, 1015 Townsend
st, killed by bullet in back of head.
Edward Bank and Ceorge Ltnd
pinched in New York for embezzle
ment Brought back to city.
Fred Lucas, 6506 S. State, st, fell
down stairs.. Broke neck. Mrs.
Mary Moore, boarding house mis
tress, held. Police say they quar
reled. Three kid3 hurt when Grand av.
car hit hayrack at Newcastle av.
Fire in Sanitary Cake Co.'s Bldg.,
3818 Belmont av. Damage $125.
Fire att'y investigating.
Herbert Kramer, 18, 4870 Hermit
age av., hit by C, B. & Q. train at
Galena, 111. Dead.
Body of Walter Harris, teamster,
found in basement of John Quinn,
5817 S. LaSaHe st, teaming contrac
tor. Heart disease blamed.
Wm. Griff, 20 W. Locust st, want
ed for Del Prado Hotel robbery,
brought back from Saginaw, Mich.
Joseph Miller, 622 W. Van Buren
st, cut with ax by Rocco Rocclen,
610 Van Buren st Injuries severe.
Jasper Carlisle, 154 S. Holden av.,
on motorcycle, collided with auto of
R. J. Fritz, 1436 Norwood av. Leg
Frank Rona, 9503 Ewing av., killed
by E. J. & E. passenger train.
Tailor shop of R. Giben, 1713 W.
Madison st, robbed. Two arrested
with five suits of clothes.
John Chemlowski, 1351 W. Wash
ington av., held up at 15th and
Loomis sts. 3 men took 20 cents and
Dorothea Dahl, 87, Palatine, III.,
fell across gas stove while cooking
breakfast Burned to death.
Michael SzoecaJka, 1150 W. Chi
cago av., pinched after fight with Joe1
Wanka, 813 Lessing st Mike used
Otto Walters, 2200 Ashland av.,
dead. Heart disease.
Guests at Tim Lenahan's wedding
rolled Fred Olsen of Des Moines, la.,
for wedding present Seven pinched.
John Gorak, 9, 1039 Crittenden st,
dead. Hit by train.
George Denniston, 4032 Sheridan
rd.. Board of Trade operator, dead.
Ruth Gard, Toledo, O., carried out
into lake in canoe by wind. Rescued
after craft turned over.
THE AMORY MURDER CASE
Mrs. R. A. Bigelow told Captain
Halpin Sunday that she had seen
Allen M. Thomson, who is being held
as a suspect in the murder of Ed
ward P. Amory, secretary of the
Western Railroad Association, in the
hallway of the building at 1300 Ros
coe st at 11 o'clock on last Wednes
day, the day of the murder. Mrs.
Bigelow lives at the same address.
Thomson says that he never re
turned home after leaving the house
that morning at 8;45 o'clock.
A pair of sox. believed to be Thom
son's, which were "found in a sewer
at Michigan av. and Adams st, will be
examined to find out if the stains on
them were made by blood.
Paris. Ban placed on sale of ab
sinthe. Bars violating order will bo