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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Three-quarters of a million
eggs sold yesterday by Women's
.F. P. Caviezel, former internal
revenue agent, qharged with ac-
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Today is hortest day of year.
Don't forget to go to bed.
Two negroes entered store of
W. L. Keegan, 1616 S. State st.
Pointed revolver at him. He"
threatened to throw hot stove.
They fired. Missed. Pled.
Josephine Holt, 11, 7024 S.
Park av.; attacked and fatally in
jured by her half-witted brother,
Martin, 21. Struck her on head
Frederick Rogers, alias Fred
Ross, Washington, on trial,
charged with sending improper
matter through maiL Held on
Leslie Voighfrnann, 5804 Mag
nolia av., vice president "Voight
mann & Co., has 'Jiahit: of being
pinched for "speeding. Yesterday
was his 6th time. $200 andecosts.
Mary Martin, 1,4, Worth, 111.,
struck by atitp of M. O. Miller,
844 Grace st- r Severely hurt.
Lewis Abrahams, Milwaukee,
.struck by auto of Chas. Emmach,
Jr., Austin. May die.
husband, Frank, 1426 W. Harri
son st., Struck by auto of Com
monwealth Edison Co. Both se
Miles Martin, Newberry Hotel,
seriously injured by auto.
Harold Doherty, 12, 3134 W.
Polk st, struck by auto truck of
Commonwealth Edison Co. Se
Frank Foster, 7443 Coles av.,
left his geer in speed. Cranked it.
Honk! Honk! Auto left Foster
laying in street slightly injured.
Blame for falling of roof of
Home theater building, Milwau
kee av., on Dec. 9, is between R.
Goldstein, owner; H.- Ericsson,
building commissioner, and D.
Saul Klafter, w"ho made plans.
Eugene' Coleman, 'alias "Kid"
Sweeney, prize fighter, youthful
bandit, arrested after he had bit
ten two fingers of a policeman
nearly ofE Several shots fired.
No one hurt.
Armed man robbed Miss Rose
Ghultsa, 1734 W. 51st st., of purse
G. H. M. Middlebrook, former
president 5terlfngDebenture Co.,
arrested by ppstoffice inspectors.
Hejd under bond. To be tried in
U. S. life saving station at
mouth of river closed for "winter.
Mrs. Elizabeth Biddlecome
Stebbins Vranzczany Goodfriend,
well-known musician of Kenosha
was granted divorce from Oscar
(with last-name& same as here),
an Austrian pianist Says she had
a grudge against him. Think she
would after the name he wished'
on her. r
Curt Ilberg, florist, 1325 N.
California av., suicide. Three
open gas jets.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, supt.
of schools, laid corner stone of