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NEWS OF THE DA Y CONCERNING CHICAGO
Clinton A. Davis, 21, 225 E. 30th St.,
shot self. Love affair. May die. Po
lice seeking "Mabel de Salle."
Policeman MaggiorSVIelrose Park,
tried to stop 8 men from swearing.
Congregation of St. Mark's Evan
gelical Lutheran Church to probe al
leged $9,000 fraud of trustees.
Eight prizes offered by City Club
for best neighborhood center plan.
Contest closes Jan. 25.
Ministers failed to close the
"Ridge," Morgan Park's- Sunday
movie show. Church members may
Police called to 1136 W. 61st st.
Pound Morris Levin unconscious.
Wife used shoe. Claims he beat her.
Henry Coyle, 825 Webster av.f sui
Chas. LundbeYg, 1823 Webster av.f
Alumni of Forestville public school
to unveil broze tablet in honor of Miss
Florence Holbrook, 25 years p'rincipal
Herman Kretchmeier, Company G,
2d m. Infantry, hit by C. & N. W.
Mme. Rosa Olitzka, grand opera
singer, to spend $10,000 on education
of deserving musical student.
Chas. Green and wife, Jennie, 1267
Washington blvd., charged with tak
ing $200 "diamond from Rohschild &
Joseph HanUf, 60, drowned in
south branch Chicago river.
Bertha Bodziacka, .9, 1526 W.
Huron St., stepped into 18-foot hole
at Lincoln Park beach. Rescued.
Merrill Gorsuch, 15, 6737 Cham
plain av., drowning in lake. Clarence
Kersick, 15, 5401 S. LaSalle st, went
to aid. Both drowned. Bodies re
covered. Scores rescued from wrecked boat
on lake. Many Chicago boats miss
ing. Lifesavers busy.
Score routed by fire at 5339 Kim
bark av. Lightning.
Lightning hit passenger station,
Wabash railroad, 75th and Wood sts.
John McKeon, ticket agent, stunned.
Buildings 834 N. Monticello av. and
1523 N. Washtenaw av. hit by light
ning. No one hurt.
Plate glass window Crescent Tea
Co., 4335 W. Madison st, blown in
by wind. '
23,000 lights in Morgan Park dis
trict extinguishedcby storm.
John Murrah, 228' N. Halsted st.,
hit by auto. Driver fled.
Swam Johnson, Oak Park, hit by
Autos belonging to L. R. Ferguson,
1325 Davis st, burned. Loss $5,500.
Delegates for International Sunday
School Ass'n convention arriving.
Presentation of "Peg O My Heart"
at Garrick Theater may be enjoined.
Violation of contract claimed.
Sin result of lack of thought. .Bal
anced man does no evil, said woman,
speaker at Natural Science lecture.
Dr. Boynton assailed bathing beach
pests. Would ban, gay-colored bath
John Joens, janitor Olivet Memorial
Church, arrested. Alleged to have
robbed contribution boxes.
Chicago surgeons leaving for big
clinical congress in London.
Harry Jewel, 819 N. Fairfield av.,
quarreled with wife. Threw cup of
coffee. Wife and baby scalded. Ar
rested. Rumored that Margaret Deering,
millionaire heiress, may wed Chaun
10,000 attended dedication of St.
Brendan's Catholic church, Racine
av. and 77th st
Hans Finstad, president Finstad &
Johnson Co., dead..
Edw. Sheridan, 42, 1018 Sedgwick
av., shot by Italians. Condition seri
ous. Alice Eariing, 4, 336 W. Oak st,
found by police. Returned to mother.
Montis Butler, 611 S. Dearborn st,
arrested, charged with robbed Christ