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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Philip Rosenstein, 1104 S.
Hamilton av., bound and gagged by
burglars. Gas turned on. Robbed.
Mrs. Mary Buettner, 59, 3634 In
diana av., beaten by prospective
roomer. Screamed. Man fled.
Helen Morton married Roger Bay
ly, Virginia, at Geneva.
State to investigate 23 Illinois sure
ty companies as result of bank crash.
Man believed to be Edw. Moody,
22, electrocuted on bank of drainage
Business methods of temperance
workers scored by A. G. Fegert. Com
mittee Cying to raise $2:5,000 fund
to fight t'hicago saloons.
Mary Pietruska, 2, 1819 Augusta
St., fatally burned. Go-carl caught
Capt. A. J. Stile facing charge of
entering saloon in uniform before
Walter L. Fisher, att'y'for Bion J.
Arnold, head of supervising engi
neers, attacks auditors' report. Claims
accountants are unfair to companies.
West Side residents want park at
Harrison and Central av Propose
street extension make detour.
Edith Keating, 5, 5741 Wentworth
av., killed by H. K. Copenhaver's auto.
Bessie Poko, 8, 911 Milton St., hit
by bicycle. Severely hurt.
Four hurt in auto accidents yester
day. Dr. Charles Jenks Simons, 4412 In
diana av., dead.
Mrs. Felicie M. Modjeska wants
temporary alimony increased from
$150 to. $400 a month pending sepa
rate maintenance suit
John W. Worthington, defunct
banker, given 24-hour continuance to
Jury of women disposed of 76 in
sane cases yesterday. 3
James R. Navigato, private banker,
fined $100 for contempt. Wouldn't
tell ownership of trust deed in litigation.
City Telephone Supervisor B. H.
Peck approved Hoefer system as sub
stitute for nickel first attachment.
Mrs. Josephine T. Baker tried to
defend her play "Burden of the
Strong?" before Illinois Women's
Press Ass'n. Stopped by chairman.
Play ordered off boards at Evanston.
$750,000 convent and school for
Sisters of Christian Charity to be
erected at Wilmette.
Penny candy adulterated and in
jures health, says state analyst.
Hearing for appointment of re
ceiver for Rosehill Cemetery will be
Frank Mayer, missing since Tues
day, found dead at Millard av. and
34th st. Bullet in head.
Ordinance creating dry district be
tween Broadway, Clark St., Mont
rose blvd. and Lawrence av. held up
Edw. Cray, negro, 6202 Loomis St.,
hurled 25 feet by tar oil tank explo
sion at F. J. Lewis Co. yards, 2513 S.
Robeyst. May die.
Joseph Smith, 4612 Wentworth av.f
swallowed poison. Will recover.
Mrs. Sarah Dolonner, 1140 S. Cen
tral Park av., suicided. Gas.
Joseph Straus, found wandering
barefoot and dazed. Sent to Dunning.
U. S. District Judge Anderson, In
dianapolis, to try criminal cases in
federal court.' Prisoners confined in
jail to be tried first.
Government closed case in $1,000,
000 fraud suit against Barr & Widen
Mercantile Agency. Defense begins
Nicholas Van Buren, 550 Alden
square, electrocuted in Pullman car
shops. Stepped on broken wire.
Henry Paulman and wife sued for
$20,000 for death of infant daughter
of Alexander Kroskowski. Baby kill
ed by Mrs. Paulman's electric.
Thos. O'Shaughnessy, customs ap
Service of state called wasteful by
efficiency and economy committee.